I will be greatful if you could point me some schools for indigo children, or highly talented children.
Thank you very much
This is a good question. I would have to check a search engine.
It will be interesting to hear what people say. There should be a high demand for those schools, I'm tellin' ya! Or else home schooled (I think).
Yes, I believe too that the demmand will increase since parents will become aware that it is difficult to force their children into the traditional schooling.I am currently researching and listing these schools, and it seems that most of them are in the States. They might fonction as independant schol, as a volunteer project, as a part od Spiritual Center... and it is not that easy to locate them...Some of them work like "Schools for ifted children".
If you find some schools, pls let me know.
Check out North Carolina School of the Arts (now part of the UNC system). They do accept students as young as middle school and continue up through graduate school - so, not exactly for "children," depending on what ages you mean by the term. It's unique and definitely worth investigating and including in your list. They have programs in music, dance, theater, drama production, and art (I may be missing something), and some quite famous people graduated from UNC-SA.
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