National Conference of Governor's Schools

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The National Conference of Governor's Schools (NCoGS) is a United States national organization committed to establishing, supporting, and enriching summer residential governor's school programs. Its members are individuals involved in maintaining governor's school programs across the country, including administrators, statewide coordinators, faculty and staff members, alumni, parents, and other friends of state-sponsored summer residential enrichment programs for gifted and talented youth.

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Alabama Governor's School

Arkansas Governor's School

California State Summer School for the Arts

University of Delaware Governor's School for Excellence

Florida Governor's School for Space Science and Technology

Georgia Governor's Honors Program

Iowa Governor's Institute

Kentucky Center Governor's School for the Arts

Kentucky Governor's Scholars Program

Kentucky Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs

Louisiana Governor's Program for Gifted Children

Mississippi Governor's School

Missouri Fine Arts Academy

Missouri Scholars Academy [1]

Governor's School of New Jersey (2 programs)

New York State Summer School of the Arts

Governor's School of North Carolina

North Dakota Governor's School

Pennsylvania Governor's School for Global Entrepreneurship

Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Sciences

University of Pittsburgh Health Career Scholars Academy

Governor's School of South Carolina

South Carolina Governor's School for the Arts and Humanities

South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics

South Dakota Governor's Camp

Tennessee Governor's Schools (12 programs)

Governor's School of Texas

The Governor's Institutes of Vermont

Virginia Summer Residential Governor's Schools

Governor's Schools of West Virginia

Wyoming Summer High School Institute [2]

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