Children learned how to be responsible at Boarding School.
They have plenty of home comforts and offer a warm welcome.
Boarding School students are uniquely prepared for university life.
Students are conditioned for future success because they are encouraged to achieve their full potential at Boarding School.
Children at Boarding Schools acquire an independence they would not have living at home.
Boarding School live helps children develop confidence and independence.
The residential campus environment ensures that students are exposed to an educational world where learning is central to all activities. It’s a unique focused setting that promotes common experience.
A major part of the boarding life experience creates camaraderie, friendship, trust and honesty between children and adults.
Boarders have the best of both worlds – a ready-made circle of friends in their boarding house and the opportunity to learn together.
Most boarding schools have amazing sports facilities.
Boarding Schools traditionally have highly qualified teachers who see their work as a calling – not a job. Generally discipline is higher at a boarding schools leaving more time for educators to teach and less time trying to control the students.
They provide continuity, for example for children whose parents’ work involves frequent changes of location or where parents work long hours.
Students don’t just have to manage their own affairs, they learn how to live and deal with other people.
Boarding schools offer a range of worthwhile evening and weekend activities. Generally week evening are structured with set learning, homework, prep or study times.