Contrary to the claim that girls’ schools do not prepare girls for the “real world,” research continues to validate and quantify the advantages of single-sex education for girls over traditional co-educational settings.
In spaces created specifically for them, girls can explore, nurture and showcase their emerging intellect and talents. Research shows students have higher test scores, superior reading, advanced writing and science skills, more math and science college majors, more doctorates, and more graduates who pursue careers in math, science, and technology.
Young women leave girls’ schools with the tools and confidence they need to be successful personally and academically in college and beyond. University professors often say they can identify a girls' school graduate based on her confidence and assertiveness.
Research has consistently shown the advantages of girls' schools in comparison to co-ed learning environments.