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Gifted Academy
Gifted

Academic achievement gaps by ethnicity and socioeconomic classes remain large and persistent in our nation and the disparities have been steady for many decades. The St. Augustine Academy for Gifted Boys will identify boys with talent in mathematics, science, art, and music beginning in the fifth grade and involve them in after-school, Saturday, and summer enrichment classes and programs for a 3-year period, until the students enter high school.

Welcoming boys who wish to rise to the challenge of a fast-paced, academic focused curriculum that prepares them for success in high school and beyond.

The program will begin with a Summer Intensive session on the historic St. Augustine High School campus for Boys entering Grades 4 - 7

2019 Summer Intensive July 1-12

The Gifted Academy Summer Intensive includes challenging hands-on STEM activities and rigorous academic adventures.

Spaces are limited. For more information email: Abocage@purpleknights.com Or click the link below to sign up to receive program information.   
 

 Click here to register for more information. 

 

About St. Augustine High School:
St. Augustine High School is an all-male college preparatory school founded in 1951 by the Josephite priests and brothers, an order dedicated to providing missions and schools for African-Americans in their dioceses. Over the years St. Augustine High School has built a legacy serving as the training ground for leadership through academic excellence, moral values, Christian responsibility, and reasonable, consistent discipline.  Today, the school welcomes young men of all races and religions and remains a leading secondary school for African-American males in Louisiana.

About Mission & Ministry, Inc.

Mission & Ministry, Inc., a granting entity of the Daughters of Charity Province of St. Louise, serves as a catalyst for change in the communities where the Daughters of Charity minister.  Mission and Ministry works to alleviate poverty by providing encouragement and financial support for works of the Daughters of Charity and other non-profit organizations which serve persons living in poverty.

 

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