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Gifted Coursework

Welcome to the Gifted Education course section. The Kindergarten through twelfth grade courses listed are options for students identified as gifted who have an Educational Plan (EP). EPs are developed for students whose only identified exceptionality is gifted. See Rule 6A-6.03019, F.A.C for more information.

Every district has a listing of the particular courses that they offer. The courses listed in this tab are not the only courses that gifted students may select during their K-12 matriculation. All courses that meet the goals and objectives determined on the student’s EP are suitable, including general education courses. Most of the courses listed on this page are open to K-12 general education students as well.

The rigor included in each advanced course is monitored by the program itself and the EP. Through the application, analysis, evaluation, and creation of complex ideas that are often abstract and multi-faceted, students are challenged to think and collaborate critically on the content they are learning.

Grades K-5 l Grades 6-8 l Grades 9-12


Grades K-5

  • Advanced Academics: K-5 for Gifted Students 7755040
  • Accelerated Math Plan Grade Three 5012055
  • Accelerated Math Plan Grade 4 5012065


Grades 6-8

Advanced Academics
  • Advanced Academics: 6-8 78550407855040
  • Advanced Academics: 6-8 & Career Planning for Gifted Students 7855042
Social Studies
  • IB MYP US History 2100040
  • IB MYP US History and Career Planning 2100041
  • IB MYP World Geography and Career Planning 2103018
  • IB MYP World Cultures 2105040
  • IB MYP Civics 2106027
  • IB MYP Civics and Career Planning 2106028
  • IB MYP World History2109030
  • IB MYP World History and Career Planning 2109035
Math ELA
  • IB MYP Language and Literature 11001030
  • IB MYP Language and Literature 2 1001060
  • IB Language and Literature 3 1001090
  • Cambridge Lower Secondary English 1 1001025
  • Cambridge Lower Secondary English 2 1001055
  • Cambridge Lower Secondary English 3 1001085
Research and Critical Thinking
  • Research 1 1700000
  • Research 2 1700010
  • Research 3 1700020
  • Career Research and Decision Making 1700060
  • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving, and Learning Strategies 1700100
  • AVID 6th 1700110
  • AVID 6th and Career Planning 1700115
  • AVID 7th 1700120
  • AVID 7th and Career Planning 1700125
  • AVID 8th 1700130
  • AVID 8th and Career Planning 1700135
  • Cambridge Lower Secondary Global Perspectives 1 1700200
  • Cambridge Lower Secondary Global Perspectives 2 1700210
  • Cambridge Lower Secondary Global Perspectives 3 1700220
Health Education
  • IB MYP Physical & Health Education 1 0800100
  • IB MYP Physical & Health Education 2 0800105
  • IB MYP Physical & Health Education 3 0800110
Science
  • Comprehensive Science 1 Accelerated Honors 2002055
  • Comprehensive Science 2 Accelerated Honors 2002085
  • IB MYP Life Science 2000030
  • IB MYP Biology 2000050
  • IB MYP Earth/Space Science 2001030
  • IB MYP Comprehensive Science 1 2002060
  • IB MYP Comprehensive Science 2 2002090
  • IB MYP Comprehensive Science 3 2002120
  • Cambridge Lower Secondary Science 1 2002056
  • Cambridge Lower Secondary Science 2 2002086
  • Cambridge Lower Secondary Science 3 2002115
  • STEM Environmental Science 2002200
  • STEM Physical Science 2003030
  • STEM Life Science 2000025
  • STEM Astronomy and Space Science 2001025
World Languages Physical Education
  • IB MYP Comprehensive PE 1 1501130
  • IB MYP Comprehensive PE 2 1501131
  • IB MYP Comprehensive PE 3 1501132
  • IB MYP Physical and Health Ed 1 1501133
  • IB MYP Physical and Health Ed 2 1501134
  • IB MYP Physical and Health Ed 3 1501135


Grades 9-12

Course Code Directory (CCD)

To see a current listing of all of the courses offered across the state for grades 9-12 please visit http://www.fldoe.org/policy/articulation/ccd/ and select the current year from the left hand tabs. All Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE), Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID), and Honors classes are listed for each course subject area, as well as the general education courses. Internship, career, and leadership development courses are included in the CCD. Research and critical thinking, humanities, JROTC, and Military Training courses are also listed. Please visit www.cpalms.org for specific course descriptions.

Each district has a listing of the particular courses that they offer. Courses that meet the goals and objectives determined on the student’s EP are appropriate for gifted students, including general education courses. Gifted courses are available, but gifted students are not required to enroll in them. The rigor included in each course is monitored by the program itself and the EP. Please contact your school’s guidance counselor with any questions or concerns.


Gifted Courses
  • Research Methodology for Students who are Gifted 7965010
  • Externship for Students who are Gifted 7965030
  • Studies for Students who are Gifted 7965040
  • Skills for Students who are Gifted 7963090

Credit Acceleration Program (CAP)

The Credit Acceleration Program (CAP) allows for a student to earn high school credit in courses required for high school graduation through the passage of an End of Course (EOC), Advanced Placement (AP) or College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exam. If a student attains a passing score on an EOC, AP, or CLEP, then the school district is required to award course credit to the student who is not enrolled or who has not completed the course. Course numbers are included in the CCD for students who take and pass a CLEP.


Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment is an acceleration program that allows secondary students, including home education students and students with disabilities, to take postsecondary coursework and simultaneously earn credit toward a high school diploma, a career certificate, an industry certification, or an associate or baccalaureate degree at a Florida public or eligible private institution. For more information, please visit http://www.fldoe.org/policy/articulation/dual-enrollment-agreements.stml and contact your school’s guidance counselor.