Gifted and talented children require educational programs that nurture their intelligence and allow their remarkably unique ways of looking at the world to flourish. Those are the kinds of programs that FasTracKids/JEI Learning Center of Williamsburg has dedicated themselves to cultivating. From summer camps to summer tutoring to reading enrichment, the FasTracKids team is committed to making sure that exceptional children have access to allofthe cerebral and aesthetic inspiration they need. Early childhood is a pivotal developmental time for children—which is why The FasTracKids program is designed for three-to-five-year-olds. In contrast to the largely uniform/homogeneous educational templates employed by most schools, FasTracKid’s programs are based on the premise that children should learn to process and appreciate sensory information through the lens of their own unique perspectives.

More specifically, FasTracKids employs an “acceleration/enrichment” theory that allows kids to advance through school at levels that are determined by their own fascination and enthusiasm. As information is processed, new and exciting challenges are added to the mix. The result is a program that nurtures intellectual acumen and inspires a constantly rotating cycle of creativity. For a gifted child, such a stimulating “outside-the-box” approach—especially if it’s introduced early in
life—can make all the difference.

To sum it up, FasTracKids strives to showcase literature, drama, art, math, science, and every
other aspect of education as a series of gifts that are a joy to open. In other words, the learning process becomes something to become excited by and to look forward to. What child doesn’t love a series of happy surprises?

To find out more about what FasTracKids/JEI Learning Center can do for your child, call (347) 987-4450to schedule an assessment. Admission is selective and enrollment is limited, so the sooner you look into the program, the sooner your child can start benefiting from it.

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