About our Programs:
The Gifted and Talented (GT) Pathway includes some of the district's oldest and most popular programs. It is rooted in the belief that every student has gifts and talents to be valued and nurtured. To that end, students in the GT pathway explore a wide variety of subjects through core subjects and an extensive menu of elective courses that develop strengths and interests. Students have the opportunity to customize their academic programs by choosing elective courses according to their academic needs and interests. Check out our elective course guide for a list of our elective classes!Students in the AIG (Academically & Intellectually Gifted) Basics Program are grouped with other AIG identified students for core classes according to their individual qualifications.How to Apply:
The 2017/2018 school year application period is January 12-January 31, 2017. Applications are submitted online via WCPSS's website.
Please check WCPSS's address look-up to see if you can attend Ligon, we'd love to have you!
If you are new to the county and would like to attend Ligon, please contact WCPSS Student Assignment to learn about your options.
Learn about the different magnet program options, and which options would be a good fit for your child. The Magnet Resource Center is the place to start!
ContactIf you have questions about Ligon's program, electives, or student assignment contact our Magnet Coordinator, Alexandra Laffey: email at alaffey[at]wcpss.net or call 919-856-7929 x22150. Email is best!Follow me on Twitter @MrsLaffeyLMSIf you have questions about the Academically/Intellectually Gifted program contact Brianna Avery:email at bavery1[at]wcpss.net or call 919-856-7929 x22154.