Registration for Bright Ideas will be opening later in the fall, but we do not have an exact date at this time.
Bright Ideas Dates- you can choose which date to attend for each rotation.
February 28 OR March 6
April 17 OR April 24
The mission of the educators and administrators of Alpine School District’s Gifted Programs and Services is to advocate for appropriate educational opportunities for the diverse population of high ability students. We believe that all children have the right to be educated in an environment wherein real and measurable learning occurs.
Our goals include:
The Advanced Learning Lab, or A.L.L. is the district program offered to elementary students grade 3 to grade 6. The curriculum is built upon the Common Core State Standards, with students reading advanced level literature, advancing in mathematics and going deeper and broader in science and social studies. Placement in the A.L.L. class is intended to be a magnet site commitment. Students test in their 2nd grade year for the magnet sites with 3rd-6th grade programs. Students test in their 3rd grade year for the magnet sites with 4th-6th grade programs.
At the middle school/junior high level, advanced courses are offered in English and History at all district locations, and Science at American Fork, Frontier, Lake Mountain, Lehi, Mountain Ridge, Pleasant Grove, Timberline, Willowcreek and Vista Heights. The Advanced Learning Lab (A.L.L.) Secondary program is offered to 7th & 8th graders. Students test in January of their 6th grade year for placement. Math placement is handled by individual schools and not through the gifted services department.
Students wishing to participate in gifted services elementary A.L.L. and secondary A.L.L. programs must be tested for placement. All students in the district are notified and invited to test. Registration opens by fall break in October. Testing will be held in January and February. Students test the January previous to the year they desire to place in A.L.L.
Testing for ALL is held on Saturdays in January of the qualifying school year (see Testing Resources for specific dates and times). This testing will be for all gifted services programs (Elementary A.L.L. and Secondary ALL). There will be a $20.00 fee for testing. Financial help is available for those who qualify. In addition to general student information, registration will require a student ID number. This student ID number can be found on Skyward under student profiles listed as OTHER ID. If students are new to the district and have not been issued a student number please enter 5555555. Testers should bring a bottle of water, a simple snack, and a book. All other testing materials will be provided.
There will be a parent meeting during all winter testing sessions at the testing location.
Every elementary and junior high has a teacher assigned as the gifted services advocate. Contact your local school advocate to learn about enrichment and extracurricular programs available at your school.
Bright Ideas is an extra-curricular program offered to all interested, motivated, and cooperative students kindergarten-sixth grade. Courses are held three Saturdays during the school year and two weeks in July.
Knowledge Bowl is an academic competition program for students in grades 3 through 9 sponsored by Alpine School District. Teams of five students compete playing the game of Knowledge Bowl. Click this link for more info and access to study guides.
View the Clear Creek Camp Schedule in the “Registration FAQs” document. We recommend selecting a few dates in case your first choice sells out.
Once registration is open, click “Eventbrite Registration” and select the date of your choice.
Fill in all requested student registration information and pay the required registration fee.
Complete Student Information & Health Form.