The facts include, Students at all-girls schools have higher aspirations and greater motivation than their female peers at coed independent and public schools. 99% of students at all-girls schools expect to earn a four-year degree. More than 2/3 expect to earn a graduate or professional degree.
Where people think that being in all-girls or all-boys school can be boring it is also true that All girls’ school provides a healthy and comfortable environment and make the girls feel safe.
When a school is limited to only educating girls, the pedagogy changes, and the science behind how a female brain works and how girls grow and mature all become part of the core educational paths set forth for students. Students report feeling more free to speak and express themselves, which leads to a stronger development of a love of learning.
One of the most comforting desires of a teenage girl is her menstruation cycle. And this could be really helpful in an all-girl school. Does everyone know how girl’s menstrual cycles can sync up with their close friend or family member? Well, the same thing happens to the girls with their classmates. So once a month they would all be extra sassy, emotional, and bloated together at the time of their menstrual.
Girls have always been the victim of comparison. They have always being compared to the boys. Whether it includes dance, singing, sports acting, and of course “The Academics”. And the spirit of comparison lower downs their self-esteem and they start believing as if the robotic studies could only be a favourite to the boys which is totally wrong. As the boys can be the better chef’s the girls could also be the robotic engineer.
A school where only girls can study has recently proved that it is best for the girl’s upbringing and herself self believe. Chapters related to reproduction are best understood without any hesitation and teachers also don’t stress about the student’s involved in relationships which lead to the development and participation in enthusiastic activities.
The best, most effective, girls’ schools are the ones created specifically for the sole purpose of educating girls in the living and learning skills necessary to succeed in school and life. These schools were created with girls in the forefront, and with girls occupying each and every role.
“In the end, girls’ schools should not be judged by the absence of boys, but rather by the presence—the self-assurance, poise, and Deering-do—of the girls themselves.” –National Coalition of Girls Schools.