Be Remarkable Projects


"Although gifted and talented learners are in every school and in every segment of the student population, talent-find mechanisms have not systematically tried to find promising learners from less than promising circumstances."

Joyce VanTassel-Baska, President of the National Association of Gifted Children.

We help ensure all children, particularly those identified as under-priviledged gifted children, receive the resources and encouragement they deserve to become socially minded contributors of their talent to the community at-large.


We fund services to high-achieving, low-income students with generous scholarships for arts, science, technology and humanities studies in public & learning environments.



With philanthropic support, we bring public awareness to the endeavors of exceptional teachers and institutions providing children with tangible resources.



Our goal is to recognize & award schools for their accomplishments and increase access to educational resources and advanced learning opportunities for all children.



Our relationships elevate a collective performance and develop a differentiated advantage for nonprofits & public institutions that service gifted & talented children.


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"All very talented students have the potential to achieve at a high level, some may not have yet realized or demonstrated that potential."

Leading Nonprofit Organization, National Association of Gifted Children.

"There are gifted students sitting in classrooms all around the country but often, teachers have lots of questions when it comes to catering for their needs and ensuring these students are thoroughly engaged in their lessons."

Ann Stanley, Educator.

"A G&T child is one with outstanding talent who perform or shows the potential for performing at remarkably high levels of accomplishment when compared with others of their age, experience, or environment."

US Department of Education, Definition of gifted and talented.

"Students may be underachievers, twice exceptional, or represent underserved groups who have not had a nurturing environment to bring out those talents."

Rosaline M. Johnson, Director, Be Sensitive Foundation