Applying for the KAGE Foundation Financial Assistance

Only students who are Kentucky residents and who have been accepted at a summer program for gifted students offered by a Kentucky public university will be considered by the KAGE Foundation financial assistance committee. Home-schooled students should contact the KAGE office for more information about applying to the KAGE Foundation.

As a rule, only partial financial assistance is awarded. This policy allows the students family and/or community to show commitment, and it allows limited funds to serve as many students as possible.  Award notifications are typically made in May.

The application for financial assistance is online. There are two parts – the Parent/Guardian/Student form and the Educator Form. The deadline to submit the application is April 30, 2023.

Other Possible Financial Assistance Resources

Parent support groups at school or other civic groups (e.g., Rotary, Optimists) may be able to help. In addition, some universities offer financial assistance to those attending their programs. Your school’s guidance counselor may be able to offer suggestions.

We strongly urge you to contact the KAGE office to make sure that ALL components of your application have been received, especially the Educator Form. The deadline for everything to be submitted is April 30, 2023.

For more information about the KAGE Foundation and the Financial Assistance application, contact the KAGE office at 270.745.4301 or

last updated 01/24/2023

2 Responses

  1. Dear Student Co-ordinator,
    KAGE Program.

    Sir/ Ma’am,
    Since the time we have enrolled our child into the KAGE program, we have seen what a blessing it was to see them evolve in their gifted categories of education. You have help search out the best gifts in them. They have been happy and easy kids. They like to compete and love to be surrounded by successful people.

    1. Hi there!
      We are so happy to hear from you. We are glad that we can be there for you and your family as your source for all things gifted education.

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