Why An All Girls School?

Conducting research that documents the value of education in all girls' schools is a hallmark of the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS), the leading international expert on the transformative learning environments that exist in all girls' schools. Recently, together with UCLA’s Graduate School of Education and Information Studies a new research study was conducted that supports the all girls' educational opportunity. It shows a statistically significant advantage that graduates of girls’ schools have over their coed school peers.   
According to the UCLA report, girls’ school graduates consistently assess their abilities, self-confidence, engagement and ambition as either above average or in the top 10 percent. Compared to their coed peers, they have more confidence in their mathematics and computer abilities and study longer hours. They are more likely to pursue careers in engineering, engage in political discussions, keep current with political affairs, and see college as a stepping stone to graduate school.

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    • Provides a rigorous and nurturing all girls' learning environment
    • Teaches girls how to think, not what to think
    • Teaches each girl the way she learns best
    • Fosters intellectual curiosity and a lifelong love of learning
    • Offers a rich and relevant curricular and co-curricular experience
    • Affords opportunities for girls to lead 

    • Encourages a multitude of diversity and talents in our adult and student learning community
    • Has exceptional faculty who inspire their students
    • Creates a supportive environment
    • Generates passionate community servants and empathetic global citizens
    • Leads the way in environmental stewardship

    • Embraces School spirit and pride
    • Fosters confidence, character and resiliency