A bit about ourselves


The catalysts who spark meaningful conversations and connections among parents

We are a group of parents who have gifted children in different grades and schools. We started this group in early 2020, when the pandemic Covid-19 forced schools to close and switch to remote learning. We felt the need to connect with other parents who understood the joys and challenges of raising gifted children, especially in these unprecedented times. We wanted to create a space where we could share our stories, questions, concerns, and resources with each other. We also wanted to support our hi-cap children’s academic, social, emotional, and creative needs during the pandemic and beyond. Even after the pandemic ended, we continued to meet online and in person, as we found our group to be a valuable source of information, inspiration, and friendship. We also organized various activities and events for our kids and families, such as activities, minecraft meets, coffee socials, and board game gatherings. Our group is open to any parent who has a gifted child or is interested in learning more about giftedness. We welcome parents from diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences. We hope you will join us and become part of our community.


Our Approach

Our Mission

Our Mission is to empower parents of hi-cap children to nurture their intellectual, social, and emotional development and to advocate for their educational needs in Snoqualmie Valley. We celebrate the diversity and uniqueness of every neurodiverse child and hope to connect parents of these children with opportunities and resources needed to reach their full potential.

Our Vision

 – Respect: We value the diversity and uniqueness of each Hi-Cap child and parent. We treat each other with kindness, empathy, and dignity.
 – Collaboration: We work together as a team to support the needs and goals of our Hi-Cap children and families. We share our experiences, insights, and resources with each other.
 – Advocacy: We speak up for the rights and interests of our Hi-Cap children and families. We educate ourselves and others about the challenges and opportunities of giftedness.
 – Growth: We embrace the learning and development of our Hi-Cap children and ourselves. We seek new opportunities and challenges to expand our horizons and potential.
 – Fun: We celebrate the joys and achievements of our Hi-Cap children and families. We create a positive and playful atmosphere in our group.