MAGC Stands in Support of NAGC Statement

Michigan Association for Gifted Children stands in full support of a recent statement by the National Association for Gifted Children regarding the recent trends in anti-LGBTQ legislation.  This statement reads, in part, “NAGC strongly supports the equitable and respectful treatment of all gifted learners, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity, and asks educators to demonstrate compassionate … Read more

Save the Date – MAGC Spring Conference – April 20th, 2022

The Ottawa Intermediate School District, together with the Michigan Association for Gifted Children, invites you to “Understanding Gifted Student’s Needs & Data Driven Decision Making.” This professional development opportunity will take place on Wednesday, April 20, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. The conference will be held in person at the Ottawa Area ISD, 13565 Port … Read more

Summer Scholarship Opportunity – Apply Today!

The Michigan Association for Gifted Children is pleased to announce that in 2022 it will once again offer summer scholarships for students seeking a rewarding summer experience (camp, class, etc.). This year, two $400 scholarships will be awarded. Interested students can use our online application, which provides applicants with an easy, streamlined method of applying. … Read more


With MAGC’s virtual conference platform, we hope to reach many educators and parents from across the state who may not have had the chance to attend a previous MAGC conference due to scheduling and distance difficulties. We are excited to reach a broader audience and reach out as never before. There will be a number … Read more


MAGC is currently soliciting nominations for the 2021 Lifetime Achievement 

Award in Gifted Education. This award recognizes truly outstanding educators who have or are making exceptional contributions to gifted education in the state of Michigan. This is the highest award offered by the Michigan Association for Gifted Children (MAGC).

You can find the online nomination form here. The deadline for nominations is August 15, 2021. Winners will be announced at the conference on October 16.


WE HOPE YOU’LL JOIN US! MAGC Fall Conference will be virtual October 15 & 16. MAGC is planning for another exciting online conference focused on the needs of gifted students!   This year’s conference will again be virtual, but will feature a new and exciting 1+ day format at the same low early bird price … Read more

MAGC 2020 Conference Door Prize Winners

Congratulations to the following door prize winners for the MAGC Fall 2020 Conference. A big thanks to those who donated items. Raksha Tiwari won a $100 certificate for a session at Bright Pine Behavioral Health donated by Dr. Kat Lewitzke Kiyo Morse won a $25 gift card for Macy’s donated by Ayana Knox Potts Lorena … Read more

MAGC Social Justice Statement

The Michigan Association for Gifted Children recognizes the pain, frustration, and grief caused by more than 400 years of racial injustice and inequality in the United States. Systemic and institutionalized racism and oppression lead to the exclusion and denial of gifted education for Black, Brown and Native Americans, and children of lower-economic status, in this … Read more