Greater Dane Advanced Learner Network

Greater Dane County Advanced Learner Network (GDCTGAN) is a non-profit organization of 35-40 school districts in the greater Dane county region. They have five annual meetings where committee work and student programs are reviewed and planned for each school year. They work in cooperation with other organizations such as WATG (Wisconsin Association for Talented and Gifted), WCATY (Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth) and the UW Office of Education (University of Wisconsin Madison).

UW La Crosse

University of Wisconsin-La Crosse Continuing Education and Extension offers Youth Programs including ACT Prep courses, Spanish Hour, Environmental Explorers, Boys Exploration Camp, Girls in Science, Young Scholars, and more.  Visit their website to see all of their schedules and course offerings.

SENG

SENG is dedicated to fostering environments in which gifted adults and children, in all their diversity, understand and accept themselves and are understood, valued, nurtured, and supported by their families, schools, workplaces and communities. The SENG Model Parent Group of Madison is a group of parents concerned with the welfare of gifted children. The facilitators work to create a parent community through discussion. If you have questions on the SENG Model Parent Group of Madison, please feel free to contact Katherine Peterson at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Whitewater Talented and Gifted Network

 The Whitewater Talented and Gifted Network offers student programming, staff development, and professional networking to meet the needs of gifted kids in southeastern Wisconsin.

American Girl

The FFC provides grants for philanthropic programs throughout Dane County that enhance children's education in the arts and environment. To date, FFC has awarded more than $10 million to numerous nonprofits, including The Aldo Leopold Nature Center, Onstage: A Performing Arts Series for Students, and the Kids in the Rotunda performances at the Madison Overture Center, and hundreds of local performance groups and artist-in-residence programs.