The Super Saturday Program is a quality enrichment program for intellectually gifted children, ages 4-14, in the Greater Cincinnati area. Starting in the Fall of 1981, the Super Saturday Program has grown from serving a handful of gifted children at the University of Cincinnati’s main campus to serving hundreds of children each session in classrooms at Walnut Hills High School.
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Each session, children choose from dozens of classes that allow them to stretch their abilities in new areas. More importantly, gifted children come together each week with their gifted peers. Children can soar to their own heights and not feel out of place. They make new friends who share their goals, ambitions, interests and abilities.
All Super Saturday Program courses are designed for fun and involve hands-on learning. Each session the offerings vary, but always cover a wide variety of subjects. Past and present classes include science labs, crime scene investigation, critical thinking, origami, astronomy, chemistry, foreign languages, acting, guitar, economics, journalism and much more.
The Super Saturday Program has three sessions each year, which correspond with the traditional school year. See Important Dates for the current schedule. Each session lasts six weeks, with Saturday morning and afternoon classes lasting two hours each.
In addition to serving gifted children, we also serve their parents. Parents have ample opportunity to speak with one another about raising gifted children. We also have speakers give presentations on issues related to giftedness each term. Parents are always welcome and encouraged to attend classes with their child to make the most of this wonderful experience. This truly is a family program.
The Super Saturday Program is presented by the Parent Association for Gifted Education, Inc (PAGE), which is a 501(c)(3) all-volunteer nonprofit corporation. See About Us for more information about PAGE.