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Mission Statement: To promote, support, and improve services for talented, intellectually and creative gifted youth of Kansas.

"Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will."  ~Vernon Howard

Introducing a Workshop Opportunity We All Need!

Gifted 101: Join us for a primer or refresher course on gifted education and the needs of this special population of students.

July 29th from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

At the University of St. Mary in Overland Park

For More Information and to Register

2014 KGTC Convention

Registration for the Fall Convention



Join Us for fellowship and learning. We are inspiring the future!

Pre-Convention: Oct 4th (SENG Model Parent Group Training)

General Convention for Educators, Parents, and Students:

October 5 -7

Overland Park Marriott

Keynote Speakers: Brian Housand and Dr. Jim Delisle

Call for Presenters

Vendor Registration

The KGTC Bugle May Issue

The KGTC Bugle is up and running again. The newletter offers something for everyone involved in the education and development of our gifted youth. This issue highlights the change in the board and features an interesting article about expectations for gifted teens. Download The Bugle from the link above. Please feel free to send any activities or special items you think are important to gifted education. Our new Bugle Editor is Leigh Johnson. You can send articles and ideas to her email address: leanjo66@gmail.com.

About KGTC

Kansas Association for Gifted, Talented and Creative is a not-for-profit advocacy group in the state of Kansas dedicated to promoting identified gifted and other high achieving students. KGTC is officially affliated with the National Association for Gifted Children. KGTC has been designated as a 501(c)(3) by the Internal Revenue Service and are registered with the Kansas Secretary of State as a not-for-profit organization.

Governing Documents

Our membership consists of gifted facilitators, general educators, district and building administrators, other special educators, parents, and students. 


We offer a variety of student opportunities including the Legislative Day, the Nicholas Green Scholarship, and Space Camp at the Cosmosphere. For parents, we offer periodic workshops to help them better understand the unique characteristics of their gifted/high achieving students. For educators, we provide professional development opportunities as well as a variety of resources.