Being an all girls’ school is fundamental to our identity. Our students feel empowered to become anything they want to become and have high educational aspirations.
Single-sex schools seem to offer young women more opportunities in many areas of their learning. According to a Harvard study, students from single-sex schools are more likely to associate with academically-oriented peers and to express specific interests in both Mathematics and English.
Why choose a Girls’ School?
- Learning: Boys and girls are wired differently, therefore they learn differently and respond to different teaching styles.
- Self-esteem: Girls develop a stronger sense of self despite social pressures.
- Leadership: More leadership opportunities help prepare young women for leadership in their adult lives.
- Gender bias: Women face more obstacles in education than men.
“Single-sex schools are designed to make girls the center of learning, leadership, growth and opportunity.”