Mensa Kids Trek and Oakwood University
will present the 30th Annual Chemistry Night,
Monday, October 23, 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm,
in the Oakwood University Chemistry Lab.
Free, open to the public. Children MUST have adult partners.
Contact information: Martha Williams, email@example.com
Education is the kindling of a flame,
not the filling of a vessel.
Visit our web pages to find out
about exciting events
and about ways students
can improve their academic
and creative-thinking abilities.
Contact Martha Williams,
if you have questions or would like to
volunteer your time and talents in
North Alabama Mensa Kids.
and who receive opportunities and support become self-motivated learners.
It is our belief that self-motivated learning unlocks the door to the development of intelligence.
The purposes of Mensa are:
to identify and foster human intelligence for the benefit of humanity;
to encourage research into the nature, characteristics, and uses of intelligence; and
to provide a stimulating intellectual and social environment for its members.
Therefore, it is our belief that by creating a wide spectrum of frequent opportunities for exploration of potential talents, Mensa may enable individuals to determine their forte. Therefore, it is our belief that the North Alabama Mensa's Gifted Children program should consist of a two-part system as follows:
A wide variety of programs open to all children up to age 18 who show avid interest in the topics and who have accompanying adult support.
Special interest groups for children up to age 18 who demonstrate exceptional ability and who have continuing adult support.
For information about other opportunities for families of gifted children, please visit the following websites:
Mensa for Kids
North Alabama Parents of Gifted Children Facebook page,
Alabama Association for Gifted Children,
Gifted Education Policies for Alabama,
North Alabama Gifted Homeschoolers Facebook page,
Madison County Homeschoolers
Rocket City Homeschooling Info
Hampton Cove-South Huntsville Homeschoolers
North Alabama Parents of Special Needs Children