EGHS is committed to welcoming and learning alongside all of our gifted students, identified and unidentified. Our services include identifying and providing individualized instruction for GT/Talent Pool students to challenge and enhance their strengths and abilities. Not only do we strive to meet their academic needs but we also work on the affective needs of the GT student by helping them understand their unique intellectual, social, and emotional needs. EGHS staff works with GT-identified students to monitor academic growth and social-emotional status, as well as support those students in their postsecondary goals. We offer an array of options for all students including concurrent enrollment and opportunities for mentorship programs, job searching, earning college credit, and receiving accreditation from Emily Griffith Technical College. Our staff professional development provides teachers a chance to reflect about currently identified students, best practices and recommended supports that will benefit all students (identified and unidentified). Our educators also learn characteristics of all types of gifted students to build our identification process, including addressing disparity data. EGHS staff will continue to collaborate with the GT department on how to best support students, evaluating our program plan and making modifications as needed.