You played classical music for them while they were in the womb. You read to them each night and let them read to you early, and often. You encouraged and motivated, edited and assured, and before you could blink, high school appeared on the horizon. And, just beyond that, college looms, foreboding and important. While […]
Absolutely. Boarding school students spend about six hours per week on creative endeavors, like performing music and painting, compared to four hours by private day and five hours by public school students.
I like school and I am on a couple of sports teams, but I always want to do more. Would I find more variety at boarding school?Frequently Asked Question
Yes, you would. It’s a fact that at boarding school, 12 hours per week are dedicated to exercising or playing sports, compared to about nine hours in private day and public schools. If you’re looking for more challenges, more variety or more interesting activities, boarding school is definitely the way to go.
I like to stay busy, but a lot of my friends just like to stream Netflix and play video games. Would I fit in at boarding school?Frequently Asked Question
Yes. Boarding school students are busy doing many interesting things. They spend considerably less time watching TV – only about three hours per week. If you like to stay busy, but also have some free time to spend like you want, boarding school might be just what you’re looking for.