In an all-girls’ school, each girl can relax and be herself without wondering what a boy might be thinking. She can feel free to tackle challenges, to take chances and to try out new roles. She can speak up in class, try out for the school play, or don a silly hat on House Day – all without the social pressures that often arise in a co-ed setting.
By removing boys from the equation, an all-girls’ education enhances the quality of learning and leadership for students, both inside the classroom and beyond. Simply put, an all-girls’ environment prepares girls academically, emotionally and socially for a future of endless possibilities.