Girls' School Advantage
We believe a school for girls is better than a school with girls.
According to a study conducted by UCLA in collaboration with the International Coalition of Girls' Schools, graduates of all-girls schools exhibit the following in comparison to their peers from co-ed schools:
- Have stronger academic skills
- Are more academically engaged
- Demonstrate higher science self-confidence
- Display higher levels of cultural competency
- Express stronger community involvement
- Exhibit increased political engagement
Girls seeking co-ed interactions will find them whenever they leave campus. Attending sporting events, competing in extracurricular activities, and volunteering or working in the community are a few of the many ways to meet boys.
Inside the classroom, the focus is on girls.
Girls' schools are the few spaces in the world where girls occupy every leadership role and where everything is thoughtfully designed to support their learning and growth. Free from the judgment and pressure of boys, our students immerse themselves in curriculum, take risks and develop their voice.
Whether a girl wants to be an astronaut, CEO, entrepreneur, or attorney, girls need to know—not just think, but really know, deep down—there’s nothing that can stand in their way.
It's not about the absence of boys.
It's about the full presence of girls.