FLAG is honored to accept applications for six (6) annual awards and scholarships. 


Applications for the 2020 FLAG Awards and Scholarships are PENDING.

All Awards and Scholarship applications WILL BE on-line once the COVID-19 Stay At Home order has been lifted.

The 2020 Awards and Scholarships will be presented during the FLAG annual meeting at NAGC National Convention in Orlando.


Dr. James Thurman Webb

Honorary Award Scholarship

Established in 2019, this award is a FLAG certificate of excellence and up to $500 for anyone who has gone above and beyond to support the social-emotional needs of K-12 gifted learners.

Applicants can students, educators, mental health professionals, or members of the community.



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Award for Excellence

in Creative Teaching

FLAG established this award to recognize teachers of the gifted that construct creative learning environments in which students and teachers alike explore, imagine and engage in a variety of thought provoking experiences.


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Mini  Grant

Teachers of gifted students (grades K through 12) in the State of Florida who are a member in good standing of FLAG are eligible to apply for a Creative Classroom Mini-Grant. This program is meant to promote new and creative teaching strategies. The individual grant amount is up to $500.




Nicholas Green

Distinguished Student Award

Originally funded by the Nicholas Green Foundation and the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC), this award program is designed to recognize distinguished achievement in academics, leadership, or the arts, in children entering grades 3 through 6 (during the 2019-20 school year).  

One child per state can be named a Nicholas Green Distinguished Student and that winner receives a $500 U.S. savings bond and a Certificate of Excellence.



The Scobee


Established to honor the memory of Dick Scobee, Commander of NASA's Space Shuttle Challenger, this annual award is for TWO $1,000 scholarships for gifted learners. Candidates must be interested in pursuing a career in STEM.



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