Why All Girls?When children learn with single-gender peers, they are more likely to attend to their studies, speak more openly in the classroom, and feel more encouraged to pursue their interests and achieve their fullest potential. Why All Girls?Girls in same-sex schools are more apt to excel athletically and to have opportunities for school leadership roles;It’s true, and there’s research to support this finding. Girls are more likely to engage in competitive athletics than their peers at coed schools. A single-sex environment often feels empowering to students, especially girls, and encourages them to try new things. Girls are more likely to take a risk and try something new when they feel comfortable. Why All Girls?Both boys and girls thrive in educationally challenging classes and in classes of small size in which they receive a lot of individual attention. Why All Girls?According to the National Coalition of Girls Schools, nearly 80% of girls school students report feeling challenged to the point of achieving their full potential, and more than 80% of graduates from all-girls schools report that they consider their academic performance as highly successful. Students enrolled in these single-sex environments also report having more confidence than their peers at coeducational institutions. Some even report that their college professors can spot an all-girls school graduate. Why All Girls?An all-girls’ school can help your daughter be all she can be simply by encouraging and nurturing her. Everything is possible. Nothing is off limits.