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St. Louis Regional
Program for Exceptionally Gifted Students (PEGS)

The program provides a full-time, multi-aged, enriched and extended academic program for those highly gifted students who need an alternative to the regular classroom. Through an individualized plan for instruction, this program addresses each student's unique needs for an accelerated, challenging, academic program and offers an organized system for attaining social and emotional growth skills.

Open House
PEGS North offers several monthly Open Houses for prospective families to attend to learn more about PEGS North. We provide school tours, explain how the program works, show resources and try to answer all of your questions.

PEGS Open House dates are set for 9:00-10:15 on the following dates.
September 26
October 17
November 14
December 12

PEGS is located at Remington Traditional School
102 Fee Fee Road
Maryland Heights, MO 63043

Curriculum
The PEGS curriculum assures mastery of the basic knowledge and skills contained in the frameworks of the school districts housing the program. PEGS provides an accelerated and enriched curriculum for exceptionally gifted students based on the following principles:

Accelerated learning through curriculum compacting.
Advanced training in critical and creative thinking and research skills required in the various academic subjects
Creative production of projects based on topics of special interest to students.
Special assistance with social and emotional growth.
Mentors to enrich and extend learning in their areas of expertise.
Mainstreaming for fine arts and physical education with students their own age.

Application Process
Students must meet all three criteria to apply for admission to the program:

Reside in St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles County or Jefferson County
Entering grades 1-8 or the chronological age for those grades
Attain on a Wechsler Intelligence Scale IQ/Index full scale score of 140.  

Application packets may be obtained from the superintendent's office of your public school district. The deadline is February 1st of each year.

Selection Process
Intelligence test scores, classroom observations, performance and other indicators of exceptional giftedness are used to identify students who are eligible for the program. Students must take an individual intelligence test selected by the PEGS Advisory Committee, approved by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education and administered through PEGS.

Transportation
Parents are responsible for transporting their student to and from PEGS.


Contacts
 
North-Northwest Campus
South Campus
Pattonville School District
Lindbergh School District
Dr. Montize Aaron
Director of Elementary Schools
(314) 213-8000
Michael Kuhn Coordinator
(314) 729-2470

 

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