Due to the Covid19 Pandemic, in an effort to keep our students, staff, faculty, and families safe, the onsite six-week Early Talent Identification Program is not currently available. However, Paul Quinn College will instead offer a competitive honors academy between July 13-31, 2020 to best serve ETIP students. The ETIP Honors Academy is a competitive three week remote summer learning opportunity for students entering grades 4-6 as of August 2020.

ETIP Honors Academy students will explore three core concepts: Leadership, Social Change & Community Impact as they develop their reading, writing and critical reasoning skills. Young scholars will select a collaborative project and will have the opportunity to present their projects to Dr. Michael Sorrell, President of Paul Quinn College. They will also have the opportunity to engage with local community and civic leaders and even the Paul Quinn College Presidential Scholars!

“Paul Quinn College’s mission is closely aligned with our mission at St. Philip’s to encourage excellence in all areas of a student’s life and individual impact to make our world a better place. Through ETIP we hope to expand the potential of all students and encourage them to look beyond their current situation to what is possible.”

Dr. Terry FlowersPerot Family Headmaster
St. Philip’s School &
Community Center