Advanced math, plus robotics, plus potential opportunity for a leadership role sounds like a good foundation. smile

It is good for kids to be aware of their strengths and weaknesses, and to be proud of their areas of strength, achievement, and effort while also acknowledging the strengths, efforts, and accomplishments of others.

The difficulties which you describe encountering are a frequent theme among gifted adults. Hopefully, being taught challenging curriculum in the child's ZPD and being in the company of intellectual peers can help the students of today build the skills to alleviate coasting and/or underachievement and/or transition difficulties, as they go forward.

Over the summer, you might want to explore several books on "leadership" and positive traits of leaders, with your daughter.