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Sandy Grove AIG

The mission of the Hoke County Schools’ Academically/Intellectually Gifted Program is to identify students in need of gifted services in accordance with the NCDPI guidelines.  Our program will offer rigorous instruction that provides diverse, challenging, and continuous learning opportunities to ensure gifted students develop to their highest potential.  Our students will engage in relevant experiences that will enable them to excel in the 21st century.
Hoke County Schools’ Vision for the local AIG program is: Hoke County Schools’ Academically and Intellectually Gifted Program in partnership with the community will challenge our gifted students through academic scholarship in order to inspire and help develop their full potential. We will hold our gifted students accountable through high expectations, rigorous and relevant instruction, and research projects which will allow them to be globally competitive in the 21 Century.

Linden Cummings  AIG/K12 Coordinator Hoke County Schools 
Jennifer Crenshaw Sandy Grove AIG Coordinator jcrenshaw@hcs.k12.nc.us 


 All Meetings are 3:00 - 4:00 Room 619

November 2nd - 6:00 - 7:00 P.M. Induction Ceremony
November 8th and 29th - Club Meetings
December 13th - Club Meeting
January 3rd and 31st - Club Meetings
February 5th & 6th State Convention - Greensboro, NC
February 21st - Club Meeting
March 7th and 28th - Club Meetings
April 18th - Club Meeting
May 9th - Club Meeting

Dates & Links for Parents 2017-2018

  • November 8th and 9th  - Fall AIG Testing 
  • February 22nd - Civic Oration 4th Grade
  • March 17th - Robotics Competition (Robotics Schedule) 
  • March 23rd - Battle of the Books Competition 
  • April 13th - Debate 
  • April 20th - Science Fair
  • April - Spring AIG testing 
For Parents

Bibliotherapy - Books to help address the unique social needs of children:

Opportunities for Children
In order to qualify students must score in the top 5% in state exams in math or reading. 

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