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Young Students Programs, Grades 2-6

CTY offers day programs for grades 2-6 and residential programs for grades 5-6. Please click on the links below for more information about each of these gifted and talented programs, including eligibility requirements, catalog information, and program dates.

2020 Program Dates

First session:

June 21 – July 10  (San Rafael residential site and the West L.A. day site)
June 28 – July 17 (all other residential sites, and the Baltimore, La Jolla, San Mateo, and Sandy Spring day sites)
July 5 – July 24 (New York and Stamford day sites)

Second session:

July 12 – July 31 (San Rafael residential site, and the Hong Kong and West L.A. day sites)
July 19 – August 7 (all other residential sites, and the Alexandria and Sandy Spring day sites)
July 26 – August 14 (New York day site)


Programs for Grades 2-4

CTY offers summer day programs for qualified students who have completed grades 2-4 in the Baltimore-Washington and New York City metropolitan areas, as well as in La Jolla, Los Angeles, and San Mateo, California. Eligibility for these programs is based on the last grade the student has completed, as well as the student's score on the CTY-administered SCAT test.

One-Week Programs at day site locations: CTY is excited to offer one-week courses at the Baltimore and Sandy Spring sites in Maryland, the Alexandria site in Virginia, the La Jolla site in California, and the Stamford day site in Connecticut. These courses, for students who have completed grades 2-4, provide an excellent introductory CTY experience. Learn more about One-Week Courses.

Programs for Grades 5-6

CTY offers summer residential and day programs on the East and West Coasts for qualified students who have completed grades 5-6. Day site locations (which also include classes for students who have completed grades 2-4) are in the Baltimore-Washington and New York City metropolitan areas, as well as in La Jolla, Los Angeles, and San Mateo, California. Eligibility for the program is based on the last grade the student has completed, as well as the student's score on the CTY-administered SCAT and/or STB tests.

Young Students Catalog and Resources

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