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    "They are actually encouraged not to study too much outside of the class day, and we have no weekend classes," Bowden said.."It?s a tough choice between summer fun and studying, but stuff that may seem like work to people is fun to them," said Kenneth Dickinson, coordinator of Baltimore County?s gifted and talented education. Often, I?m challenged by their level of intellect and background knowledge," Fox said.."It?s a place where kids who are usually the highest in their class can be challenged. Older students who participate in the residential program also pay for board and meals, Bowden said. The all-day classes can run into the evening for some of the high schoolers.The "exceptionally bright" second- through 12th-graders come from around the world to study with like-minded individuals, according to Matt Bowden, spokesman for the center.For a three-week session with the program, which boasts alumni such as Google co-founder Sergey Brin, parents pay $1,400 to $4,000. We spend a few minutes on concepts that in a regular classroom would be dragged on for days," Fox said. Second- through sixth-graders take the SCAT, which resembles a scaled-down SAT, Bowden said. . .To qualify for the program, seventh- and eighth-graders take the SAT or ACT and must score what an average high school student scores.
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