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Why All-Girls?

Girls’ schools prepare girls to become women who rise to the highest levels of leadership.

Girls’ schools foster girls’ voices and encourage girls to exercise their voice at a young age.

At girls’ schools, students are encouraged—really, expected—to speak their minds, without interruption. A national survey found that nearly 87% of girls’ school students feel their voices—their opinions—are respected compared to 58% of girls at coed schools.
Girls’ schools do not shelter their students from the real world. To the contrary, the greater sense of respect that girls feel at girls’ schools enables them to better find and use their voices, first in the classroom, and then beyond in boardrooms, on the political stage, or in any other arena.
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