Private All Girls School

Preschool-High School

Princeton, New Jersey

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Why an All Girls School?


THE GIRLS' SCHOOL ADVANTAGE

— BY THE NUMBERS —

“Girls’ schools should not be judged by the absence of boys, but rather by the presence – the confidence, strength, and actions – of the girls themselves.”
INSPIRATIONAL ENVIRONMENT

Girls’ schools–where girls take center stage

Nearly 80% of girls’ school students report most of their classes challenge them to achieve their full academic potential compared to 72% of girls at coed independent and 44% at coed public schools.

BUILDS SELF-CONFIDENCE

At girls' schools, a girl occupies every role

A majority of girls’ school grads report higher self-confidence over their coed peers.

HIGHER ASPIRATIONS

Girls' school students are highly motivated

TWO-THIRDS

of students at all-girls’ schools expect to earn a graduate or professional degree.

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING, AND MATH (STEM)

Girls' schools foster interests in underrepresented stem subjects

MORE LIKELY TO BE INTERESTED IN STEM

Girls’ school grads are 6 times more likely to consider majoring in math, science, and technology compared to girls who attend coed schools.



DEDICATED TO HOW GIRLS LEARN

Girls' schools capitalize on girl's unique learning styles

Students attending all-girls schools experience higher levels of support from their classmates and teachers than do their female peers at coed schools. 87% feel supported by other students, and 95% feel supported by teachers.
*Source: National Coalition of Girls' Schools ncgs.org

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

Girls' schools create a culture of achievement

More than 80% of girls’ school grads consider their academic performance highly successful.




DEVELOPS LEADERSHIP SKILLS

Girls' schools empower students to become bold leaders

93% Greater Leadership Opportunities and 80% Held Leadership Positions

93% of girls’ school grads say they were offered greater leadership opportunities than peers at coed schools and 80% have held leadership positions since graduating from high school.
*Source: National Coalition of Girls' Schools ncgs.org

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