The Academy at Lincoln Academically Gifted Services
Join Guilford Gifted!
Guilford Gifted is a parent advocacy group for families of academically gifted students in Guilford County. It is currently free to join and many useful resources for your AG child can be found in their quarterly newsletters. Check out their Fall Newsletter at the provided link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/19p2cG8w0xU_TXk6G0eF3O-H7A5f2qOkGKD3pjXYrysY/edit?fbclid=IwAR0jardAgRUUoUOnKcbSF9h4hy-0Kn855M-yJx5TSpMbpDhLnWwTjKckriM
A Day in the Life of a VS Elementary Student
Middle School AG Service
You can find information regarding general middle school AG service guidelines on the district's AG department webpage here.
Very Strong (VS)
For students in grade 4-8, Guilford County Schools (GCS) offers one full-time, separate setting AG program for highly gifted students housed here on the campus of The Academy at Lincoln. Very Strong (VS) students are served in all four core subjects (Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies) by the classroom teacher. VS classroom teachers must hold North Carolina state licensure in Academically Gifted instruction, as well as their subject/grade level certifications.
- Click here to read quotes from current VS parents.
- Click here to read answers to commonly asked questions about the VS Program. These answers have been provided by VS parents.
- Click here if your child is not currently enrolled in Guilford County Schools, but you have an interest in applying for the VS Program.
For more information regarding the criteria and process for entry, please click here to visit the AG department's webpage.
Degrees and Certifications:
B.A. History, High Point University M.Ed. Education, Wake Forest University AG Post-Graduate Certificate, Elon University Canvas Certified Educator Google Level 1 Certified Educator Common Sense Certified Educator
Mrs. Chloé-Marie Zuleta
Ms. Z has worked for Guilford County Schools since 2007 in a variety of roles, including EC teacher assistant, middle and high school social studies and ELA teacher, AIG coordinator for the district and, most recently, the media coordinator at Lincoln. She is excited to transition to a new role at Lincoln as the VS Nurture specialist to serve students, collaborate with teachers, build a strong parent community and ensure that all gifted students benefit from a differentiated, rigorous curriculum in a supportive environment.