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GSU offers Saturday School in Forsyth County this spring

saturday-schoolThis spring, Georgia State University has partnered with the Forsyth County School System to offer Saturday School at Lambert High School in Suwanee. Classes begin this Saturday, April 5 and the registration deadline is April 3. (Sorry I’m getting this to all of you so late — I’m just finding out about it myself.)

This satellite campus means that people living in Cumming, Woodstock, or Buford — who may not have wanted to make the trek to Georgia State’s downtown campus on Saturday mornings — now have easier access to Saturday School, which has built a great reputation over its nearly 40-year history for offering enrichment classes to kids who would like to learn more about topics of special interest alongside other gifted kids.

As always, admission to Saturday School requires that a child be gifted identified by his or her school; however, a new Saturday School student can be granted provisional admission until paperwork is submitted.

The Lambert High School campus Saturday School will be open to students in grades 4 through 8.

 

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