08 February 2019
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Ardent Academy for Gifted Youth is proud to be recognized by Irvine Public Schools Foundation (IPSF) on its annual list of Top 100 Companies Supporting Educational Excellence. On the IPSF Top 100 list, Ardent Academy for Gifted Youth, is joined by organizations such as Google, Maruchan, and Fivepoint, etc.

These companies are investing in Orange County’s future by ensuring educational excellence is available for each child in every school. IPSF understands that today’s students are tomorrow’s leaders, and that it is only with the help of the whole community that we can provide resources necessary to establish them as the next generation workforce. We are honored to support IPSF in this work and be a part of positive change in our community.

Orange County Business Journal Coverage: https://ipsf.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/OCBJ-2.4.19.pdf

For a full list of the IPSF Top 100 businesses, visit: https://ipsf.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/2018-19-Top-100-List-8.5x11.pdf

05 October 2017
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AMC 8 is a middle school math competition organized by the American Mathematical Association. It is designed to foster interest in mathematics and promote the development of problem-solving skills.

04 May 2017
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Despite our efforts to bridge the gap, there are several aspects that distinguish gifted children from their non-gifted peers. Their mannerisms, behavior, and perspective among other aspects are very different from their peers. As parents and educators, it is essential for you to understand what sets them apart.

01 February 2016
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Everyone who is serious about getting into an elite university knows the importance of creating exceptional work for his or her applications. Whether your dream school is Harvard, Princeton, Yale, or MIT, you know that your essays need to shine.

But did you know that, in addition to the quality of your essays, colleges have started to measure how much you care for others on their applications? Colleges are taking action to learn about the character of students, moving some focus away from GPAs, SAT scores, and extracurricular activities.

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