Duke TIP
  • *Please see your child's counselor for all information regarding Duke TIP.

    The Duke University Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to serving academically gifted and talented youth. Duke TIP’s talent searches serve as the entry point to academic benefits and programs for gifted and talented students in grades 4–12.   For more information, click here:  Duke TIP Overview.

     

    Parents may directly enroll their children online at Duke TIP Enrollment Grades 4-6Duke TIP Enrollment Grades 7&8 or via paper applications at any time during the enrollment period, October 1–March 31. Fees are paid only once, and need-based financial aid is available. Students must have attained a qualifying test score at or above the 95th percentile on at least one accepted subtest area of a grade-level standardized achievement test (Stanford or Iowa Test of Basic Skills), aptitude test (OLSAT, CoGAT, NNAT), mental ability test (IQ test, such as WISC), or approved state criterion-referenced test (STAAR); or score 125 or above.  A school code will be provided on the Duke TIP website during the enrollment process.