The Jefferson County Association for Gifted Children (JAGC) is a non-profit group providing leadership and support to families and educators of gifted young people in Jefferson County, Colorado. 



JAGC (pronounced Jag-C) works in positive partnership with the Jeffco School District's Gifted & Talented (GT) Department to provide leadership by promoting information about the educational and social-emotional needs of gifted and talented students.

The JAGC Ambassador Program extends this leadership from the district level into individual school buildings.

JAGC Ambassadors are volunteers who receive training in how serve GT students, parents, and staff at the articulation area and school building levels. Sign up Here or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Get Involved! Attend our next Seminar. Click here to view all upcoming meetings and events.

Follow JAGC on Facebook. Communicate and share ideas on & Twitter and on JAGC Online, our private Facebook Group.

Promoting a Challenging Education for All Students



Sheridan Green GT Program: Info Night

a new Jeffco Public Schools GT Center location will be opening August 2014 at Sheridan Green Elementary

Parent Information Night
Wednesday April 2
6 – 7:30pm
at Sheridan Green in the Gym
Presentation by Dr. Blanche Kapushion.  JAGC will be in attendance.  If your child has been on the GT Waitlist, or has qualifying data, please plan on attending to learn about this option for your gifted child. A flyer to share is here.


New Report on Excellence Gap

In a follow up to the 2010 Mind the (Excellence) Gap! report, Dr. Jonathan Plucker at the University of Connecticut led an examination of state and national data that confirms the continuing underrepresentation of students from minority and low socio-economic backgrounds in the ranks of students who perform at the highest levels on state and national tests.



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