Indiana’s Definition of High Ability:
A high ability student is one who performs at or shows the potential for an outstanding level of accomplishment in at least one domain when compared to others of the same age, experience, or environment, and is characterized by exceptional gifts, talents or motivation.
Muncie Community School's Honors Curriculum goes beyond the grade level standard and is enriched and advanced. Students are not given more work, but they are provided more rigorous work that challenges them to analyze, evaluate, and synthesize information.
Categories of Eligibility:
MCS identifies students as high ability or the potential to be high achieving in the following areas:
- English/Language Arts
- General Intellectual - both Math and E/LA