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Reasons to join CGA –

• Support CGA educator scholarships which enhance training to benefit our teachers and students
• Free admission to CGA Speakers
• CGA program & event notices
• Add to the voice of gifted education
• Participate in CGA Creative Writing Competition
• Receive CGA digital newsletter about gifted matters and education
• Free access to Podcasts of CGA speaker series
• Free CGA Lending Library containing parenting books and videos
• Invitations to CGA social events
• Connection to a CGA campus representative


• Receive a FREE membership in TAGT (Texas Association of Gifted and Talented) with your 2015-2016 CGA membership!


All of the benefits mentioned above plus
• MOSAIC student enrichment program early registration and discounts


All of the benefits mentioned above plus
• MOSAIC student enrichment program early registration and discounts
• Free admission to the CGA Spring Party

Need another reason to join CGA? Our opinions are best heard when they are voiced collectively. Simply put, CGA provides an opportunity for you to be heard.

Click here to get to know CGA.

Looking for more information about gifted children?

Here are 5 ways to get more…

  1. Become a member of CGA. Either join online and pay by credit card or click here and mail in the form (CGA Membership Form 2015-16).  Receive our  newsletter and discounts and/or advance registration on events.  Are you an Educator interested in joining?  You may join online and pay by credit card or click here and mail in the form (CGA Educator Form 2015-2016).
  2. Join our email list.  Be informed whenever CGA hosts an event.
  3. Become a “fan” of our Facebook page.  View photos & join the discussion.
  4. Want to really get the inside scoop?  Become a CGA campus rep or executive board member.  Campus reps meet regularly with the Director of Advanced Academics.
  5. Still craving more?  Join TAGT or NAGC to subscribe to their magazines or attend one of their conferences, where you will hear from expert speakers in gifted education.


1. Become a member of CGA

Either join online and pay by credit card or print and mail CGA Membership Form 2015-16.

Also available: CGA Membership en Español.  Please contact Edna Ramos for assistance.

2. Join our email list

Non-members will be notified of CGA events and will get some, but not all, of the information that we send to members.  Click here to join the list.

(CGA members are automatically added to our email list.)

3. Become a fan of our CGA page on Facebook.

find_us_on_facebook_badgeIf you have a Facebook account, go to our CGA page on Facebook and click on “Like”.  You will then get updates on events and other important stuff we post on Facebook.  Also, you can upload your own photos of MOSAIC, join in on discussions or post your own comments or questions.

4. Volunteer

If you really want to be “in the know” about gifted education in Coppell, there is no better way than to take an active role in CGA.  For information about the positions available, see About.

5. Join our state and national affiliates

As a member, you will receive their quarterly magazines and you’ll help give them clout when lobbying state or national legislatures to provide greater support for gifted education.  In addition to their annual conferences, TAGT hosts a one-day conference just for parents.

  • Consider joining the Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented (TAGT) and/or the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC).  TAGT membership is included FREE when you join CGA as a parent members! Click CGA Membership Form 2015-16.
  • See their websites for more information on TAGT (Texas Association for the Gifted and Talented) and NAGC (National Association for Gifted Children).


Questions on these 5 options?  Contact our Membership Chair.

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