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2017 CAGT DISTINGUISHED STUDENT AWARDS

2017 CAGT DISTINGUISHED STUDENT AWARDS

Click HERE for information about the CAGT Distinguished Student Awards for 2017.

You can nominated a student ages 7 - 18 from your school. Colorado Association for Gifted and Talented (CAGT) is pleased to announce the CAGT Distinguished Student Awards program for the 2016 – 2017 school year. This awards program is designed to recognize distinguished achievement in academics, leadership, or the arts, in children ages 7-18. Three children from the state of Colorado will be named CAGT Distinguished Students: one student for the Junior Division (ages 7-9), one student for the Senior Division (ages 10-12), and one student for the Masters Division (ages 13-18). All three students who are selected will receive a CAGT Certificate of Excellence and a $500 cash scholarship.

March 17, 2017 | By cmlevesque | Category: Gifted Education

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