Boulder Valley School District

Gifted and Talented

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BVSD Gifted and Talented services strive to develop our student's greatest abilities and make possible the discovery and pursuit of their dreams which, when fulfilled, will benefit us all. We provide a comprehensive and innovative approach to education and graduate successful, curious, lifelong learners who confidently confront the great challenges of their time.

BVSD GT department presents...


To get your FREE ticket for Dr. Linda Silverman's event, visit our partner organization's website at A ticket is required to attend, as seating is limited.


Registration information for Catherine Zakoian's event will be posted soon!



BVSD GT Department's Project Talent Student Showcase!

BVSD students who worked on a portfolio this school year are invited to showcase their talents! Bring a device (computer, tablet, etc.) to display your portfolio presentation and, if applicable, a few items from the portfolio to display. Examples include but are not limited to: artwork, video of performance, award/trophy, recorded interview, live demonstration of talent (such as playing a music instrument, dance, monologue, etc.).

BVSD Project Talent Showcase

Thursday, May 4th, 2023,  6:00-8:00pm

BVSD Education Center, 6500 Arapahoe Road, Boulder, CO  80303



Let’s support and celebrate our student talent!

May the 4th be with you!  Refreshments will be provided!



Click here for our GT-Friendly Summer Camp and Opportunities list for 2023! 

NOTE: This list, developed in partnership with Colorado Association for Gifted & Talented (CAGT) is for informational purposes only to help your family plan for summer break. BVSD does not endorse the programs and activities listed, except for our own summer programming.

BVSD GT Department's winter/spring 2023 online asynchronous courses

REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED! Our courses are open to anyone - you do not have to be a BVSD employee or even an educator to take these courses. These courses do earn instructional seat time credit, and can also earn graduate credit through Adams State University.

“The Gifted Learner” - this 6-week course is an introduction to understanding the characteristics and addressing the needs of gifted learners (course #27174)

“Creativity for the Gifted Learner” - this 8-week course explores specific information, research, strategies, and models for developing and/or enhancing creativity within gifted learners (course #27175)

“The Culturally-Linguistically Diverse Gifted Learner” - this 8-week course is designed to introduce educators to the unique characteristics and needs of gifted students from culturally and linguistically diverse populations; this course also counts toward Colorado educator recertification requirements (course #27177)

Email Doug Alexander ( for more information.



In the Know  is an e-newsletter sent out via the opt-in BVSD GT department listserv for anyone who wants to up-to-date announcements about GT in BVSD. To receive the newsletter, request to join the BVSD GT listserv by emailing

In case you missed it, here are some recent GT department newsletters:


"Let's Talk 2e"  - This is a series of information sessions about how to support twice exceptional (or 2e) learners (students who receive both special education and gifted education services).


Contact Us

Dr. Michelle DuBois
Gifted and Talented Coordinator

Doug Alexander
Gifted and Talented Instructional Specialist

Dr. Della Remack
Gifted and Talented Instructional Specialist