Bay Area Region
Includes Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties.
Welcome to the regional page for the Bay Area region of the California Association for the Gifted (CAG). The Bay Area region includes the San Francisco, Marin, Contra Costa, Alameda, and San Mateo counties.
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Gretchen Stanerson is excited to be in her third year as the Bay Area Educator Representative. Gretchen is an educator at Synapse School in Menlo Park. She has experience working with underrepresented populations, early childhood, gifted education, and has been an educator for seventeen years. Gretchen has collaborated on the Leave Your Sleep for Education (R) project with the Gifted Support Center.
Membership in CAG supports advocacy efforts for gifted students in the state legislature, continued educator training opportunities, direct access to the Gifted Educator Communicator, and discounted conference fees.
CAG Regional Meetings
CAG Regional Meetings provide opportunities for administrators, educators, parents, and policymakers to gather to discuss gifted education in response to the diverse social, emotional, and intellectual needs in their region of California.
Professional Development and Conferences
58th Annual CAG Conference
Palm Springs, California
February 21-23, 2020
For more information, visit the CAG Conference section of our website.
County Office of Education Links
CAG collaborates with county offices of education to support the intellectual, social, and emotional needs of gifted students in the state of California.
San Mateo County:
San Francisco County:
Contra Costa County:
The following regional events are not hosted or sponsored by CAG, however, we would like to provide you access to information in your region that supports gifted education.
No regional events are available at this time.
Gifted Support Center is an organization dedicated to identifying and supporting the needs of gifted children and their families. Their goal is to help parents understand the unique characteristics and abilities that define their child’s giftedness and provide them with the practical resources to help address the distinct needs of their gifted child. Find more information here.
Summit Center specializes in the needs of the gifted, talented & creative and is committed to helping children, adolescents & families realize their potential. They utilize strengths-based approaches to optimize learning, living and life-long development. Summit Center seeks to enhance each individual’s capacities to connect with others, enjoy meaningful work, and discover their natural abilities for learning, growth and increased well being. Find more information
Baywood Learning Center’s model for exceptionally gifted children is a new paradigm in education designed by children who love to learn for children who love to learn. For more information .
Fusion Academy is a 6th-12th grade individualized learning school. There are locations throughout the bay area: Marin, San Francisco, Walnut Creek, San Mateo, Palo Alto, and Berkeley.
Nueva School is a Pre-K to 8 independent school serving gifted students and emphasizing integrated studies, creative arts, and social-emotional learning. Find more information .
The Helios School provides unique, tailored, and thoughtful education for gifted children. Equally important, Helios children thrive socially. The School is a K-8 school. Find more information .
MV GATE offers after-school classes in coding, engineering, math and more. Find more information .
GATE Academy, The Marin School for Gifted Education, is an inquiry-based for deep, reflective thinkers – children who have a passion for knowledge and understanding. Find more information .
Odyssey Middle School (San Mateo County): Odyssey Middle School serves grades 6-8 in San Mateo. Find more information .
The Harker School, a national top college prep school, offers students in preschool-grade 12 a high-quality and well-rounded education. Find more information .