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Somerset High School Gifted and Talented Students are provided services utilizing various options in identified areas. 

Options include:

* Differentiated Instruction
* Advanced Placement Courses
* Special Counseling
* Seminars
Gifted Announcements
  • Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute

    Apply now for The Center for Rural Development's 2019 Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute (ELI)

    Don't delay! You must apply by 8 a.m. on April 2, 2019

    Do you know a high school freshman, sophomore, or junior student in Southern and Eastern Kentucky who is interested in attending our 2019 Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute (ELI)?

    The Center for Rural Development is currently accepting online applications within our 45-county primary service area for this summer's ELI program. 

    ELI is an intensive, weeklong program focused on developing creativity, teamwork, business and leadership skills. The Institute is developed, coordinated and supervised by The Center for Rural Development. All lodging, meals, and program expenses (with the exception of transportation to and from the program) are offered at no cost to the student. 

    The 2019 program will be held July 22-26, 2019 at The Center for Rural Development in Somerset. A total of 20 students from The Center’s 45-county service area will be selected for the program in 2019.


  • UK PEPP Scholars

    The University of Kentucky PEPP Scholars is an academic enrichment program for high school graduates who are interested in becoming physicians and dentists to serve the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Program dates are June 16-28, 2019. Apply online at https://meded.med.uky.edu/pepp-scholars.

  • UK Area Health Ed Center

    The University of Kentucky Area Health Education Center (AHEC) is now accepting applications for both summer 2019 health career camps. The Summer Enrichment Program for rising high school juniors (current 10th grade students) and the Health Researchers Youth Academy for rising high school seniors (current 11th grade students) will run from June 9- June 28, 2019. Both provide an excellent opportunity for any student interested in a potential health care career, either in clinical practice or in the area of health care research. These residential camps are free of charge to any student invited to attend. More detailed information about each camp and applications came be found at http://ahec.med.uky.edu/summer-health-career-camps. All application materials must be submitted by the end of the business day March 4, 2019.

  • Operation UNITE Scholarship

    Operation UNITE is excited to announce the continuation of the “I Am UNITE” Scholarship for the 2018-2019 school year. This $1,500 need-based scholarship will be provided to a minimum of 20 high school seniors in our region to be used for post-secondary education expenses. Selected students must be current or former members of a school-based UNITE Club (Project Purple at SHS) or have attended Camp UNITE as either a camper or Team Leader, have at least a 2.75 GPA and submit all application materials by the March 15, 2019 deadline. Applications are available in the SHS Counseling Office or our webpage or at www.operationunite.org.  

  • KY Farm Bureau Scholarship

    The Kentucky Farm Bureau Education Foundation will award 95 county and state college scholarships to high school seniors for the current school year. Scholarships may be applied to tuition, housing, books and other educational expenses. Payments will be made directly to the college or university of choice. To be eligible, students must: have a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA OR a minimum 23 ACT score and be the child of a Kentucky Farm Bureau member and remain such while the scholarship is in force.  All available scholarships are listed on the application. Applications can be picked up in the SHS Counseling Office or downloaded at kyfb.com/scholarships.

  • Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship

    The Iota Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International is sponsoring an academic scholarship in the amount of $350, which will be presented to an outstanding female senior whose college major is education and who plans to become a teacher. The recipient of the scholarship will be recognized at the April 27, 2019 Delta Kappa Gamma meeting to be held in Burnside, Ky. Applications can be picked up in the SHS Counseling Office. All applications and letters of recommendation must be mailed and received by Friday, March 1, 2019.

  • KEDC Scholarship

    The KEDC Scholarship Fund awards scholarships to college (2 or 4 year), technical or vocational bound students graduating from a high school in a KEDC member district. To be eligible, students must: Maintain a 3.0 GPA, meet CPE ACT benchmarks, complete essay and demonstrate financial need. Scholarships will be awarded on an annual basis and is not renewable. The scholarship will be awarded in the amount of $2,500 to be divided into two equal installments (one per semester). Applications along with a scoring rubric can be picked up in the SHS Counseling Office. The application deadline is April 1, 2019.

  • Cumberland Family Medical Scholarship

    Cumberland Family Medical is very excited to sponsor a $1,000 scholarship for our school again this year! This community scholarship is open to a graduating senior planning to attend a post-secondary school and major in a health-related field of study. Applications can be picked up in the SHS Counseling Office. Completed applications must be returned to the SHS Counseling Office by the end of the school day on April 12, 2019. The recipient will be announced at Honor’s Night.  The scholarship is sponsored by Women’s Care of Lake Cumberland on behalf of Cumberland Family Medical Center, Inc.

  • Mountain Laurel Festival

    Nominations are being taken for Princess and Court Attendants for this year’s Mountain Laurel Festival, to be held May 23rd – 26th.  Girls must be in good attendance and academic standing to apply.  Please turn your name into the guidance office before February 13th.  The staff at SHS will vote on this year’s representative.

  • 2019 KY Derby Poster Contest

    The Governor’s Office recognizes the importance of maximizing creativity in the minds of our young people. We believe giving students the chance to use their creative skills for a greater cause allows them the confidence to share their own original ideas. That is why we are offering an opportunity for students to take advantage of their artistic talents.

     Every year, the Governor and First Lady design a Derby poster to display in the Capitol.  We are asking high school students throughout the Commonwealth to form their own rendition of what they think Derby day looks like.

     The three finalists will be invited to attend a luncheon at the Governor’s Mansion where the winner will be revealed. The first place winner will be given the opportunity to attend the Kentucky Derby Festival Luncheon and the Derby Eve Gala as a guest of the Governor and First Lady.  The first place winner will also receive a $500 scholarship.  Second place winner will receive a $300 scholarship and the third place a $200 scholarship from #WeAreKY, Inc. Foundation.

     Submit artwork online by February 28, 2019 at https://firstlady.ky.gov/initiatives/kentucky-derby-poster-contest/ .

    Finalists will be required to submit original artwork for review.

  • Gifted Student Service Plans

    Gifted Student Service Plans (GSSP)

    GIfted Student Service Plans (GSSP's) have been mailed home to parents for your information and review. 

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