gifted children deserve the best (as all children do)

Gifted children need academic work which challenges their abilities. 
Learning and resource websites have been a boon for gifted students and parents.  Notable sites that help:

The Gifted Child Society is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1957 by parents of New Jersey to further the cause of gifted children. It's mission goals are:

Educational enrichment and support services specifically designed for gifted children. Assistance to parents in raising gifted children to full and productive adulthood. Professional training to encourage educators to meet the special needs of these youngsters. A greater effort to win public recognition and acceptance of these special needs.
Hoagies' Gifted Education Page offers resources, articles, books and links
The work of The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented (NRC/GT) is guided by emerging research about the broadened conception of human potential and the need to develop "high-end learning" opportunities for all of America's students. The three Core Research-I Universities (University of Connecticut, University of Virginia, and Yale University

A gifted child needs access to stimulating materials. Gifted students without enough challenge can fail to develop their potential. And, due to boredom, gifted kids can develop behavioral problems.

Time4Learning has an array of gifted programs to provide challenging online education. From preschool through high school, Time4Learning can provide a curriculum that allows students to advance at their own pace.

Time4Learning is a new approach to learning. Our online learning materials take advantage of today's technology to give gifted students access to more challenge. It's a convenient, educational resource that helps children from preschool through high school.

Children like using the computer to learn.
Time4Learning's curricula engages and challenges students and lets them work as intensely as they wish.
To learn more about how Time4Learning can help gifted students.