Boarding - Developing Skills for Life
Boarding school provides a unique chance to develop the skills needed to succeed at college and beyond. A TABS (The Association of Boarding Schools) study found that 78% of boarding school graduates felt well prepared for the non-academic aspects of college life, such as independence, social life, and time management, compared to 36% of private day and 23% of public school students.
Living on campus provides an additional bonus of providing opportunities to build meaningful connections with their teachers, some of whom serve as dorm parents, and advisors. Students are supported with their homework, and are provided with a structure and setting which allows them to focus on their studies, as well as participate in an active social and extra curricular program.
Students enjoy the freedom to develop independence within a trusted framework that ensures a safe engaging home-away-from-home environment.