Advanced Academics Program
Advanced Academics Program at Dranseville Elementary School
Meet our Advanced Academic Resource Teacher
- Gifted Education Teacher, ES
Level IV Referral Deadline: December 15, 2021
Parents of student in grades 2-7 may refer for full-time Level IV placement for the 2021-2022 school year. Please submit a Level IV Referral Form, Parent/Guardian Questionnaire, and up to two single-sided 8 ½ x 11 pages of work samples to Tracey Jenkins, Advanced Academic Resource Teacher at [email protected] by December 15, 2021.
Advanced Academic Program Overview
October 14 AAP Meeting Information
Slide presentation (pdf)
AAP Overview in English (video)
Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) Advanced Academic Programs provide challenging learning experiences that are designed to meet the unique learning profile of a broad range of advanced learners. Through a continuum of opportunities, students engage in complex subject matter, preparing them for more challenging and rigorous classes as they advance in grade level. Children identified for FCPS advanced academic services exhibit exceptional performance capability in academic, intellectual, and creative endeavors. In order to meet their needs and develop to their potential, these learners require a differentiated curriculum.
To learn more information about the different services offered at Dranesville, including our full-time advanced academic services (Level IV) now offered in grades 3-6, please visit the FCPS Advanced Academics page.
- Forms may be downloaded from the FCPS Advanced Academics page.
- Please turn forms into the office.