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The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is pleased to be working with the Aditya Birla Education Trust (ABET) to identify and support the needs of bright young learners in India....Read more.

As part of its mission to serve academically advanced pre-college students around the world, the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is pleased to announce new cooperation with the Qatar Foundation (QF) to identify and support the needs of bright young learners in Qatar. Today, the two organizations announced plans enabling the Qatar Foundation to offer a customized version of CTY’s Live Interactive Virtual Explorations (L.I.V.E) program in Qatar which will launch on Feb. 6, 2021 and run through April 10, 2021....Read more.

Dear Members of the CTY Community,

In the days since the video of the senseless killing of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis was shared with the world, our country and our communities have been reeling. Faced with such horrifying injustice, people across the nation are speaking out about the reality that, every day, Blacks and African-Americans face brutality, discrimination, and a lack of basic respect for their humanity. These indignities are not new, but they have been brought back into the light, where they need to stay so that they can be eradicated. ...Read more.

The Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is pleased to be working with the Aditya Birla Education Trust (ABET) on several initiatives to identify and support the needs of bright young learners in India.  This cooperation includes a new summer program [UPDATE April 3, 2020: Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the Summer 2020 program has been postponed until 2021] in Mumbai, three workshops in February 2020 for Indian teachers on the characteristics of high-ability students, and the participation of students from Aditya Birla World Academy (ABWA) in CTY’s programs in the United States....Read more.

Honorees stand on the Shriver Hall steps November 23, 2019

Hundreds of students were honored by the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth in Baltimore this weekend as some of the brightest in the world.

The students were honored at the CTY Grand Ceremony, held in Shriver Hall on Johns Hopkins University’s Homewood campus, for their exceptional performance on the SAT, ACT, or similar assessment taken as part of the CTY Talent Search. CTY uses above-grade-level testing to identify advanced students and provide a clear picture of their true academic abilities. More than 18,000 students in grades two through eight tested through CTY’s Talent Search between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019, representing 50 states and more than 80 countries. More than 2,100 students from this group who scored in the top 12 percent on their test were invited to attend the Grand Ceremony....Read more.