Single sex education and dating
Many people believe that single gender schools have no positive effect on students, research shows otherwise.
In single gender schools there is less drama, it helps preserve culture, there are less stereotypes, and test scores and confidence levels rise.
Many students find it easier to focus on academics when they aren’t distracted by members of the opposite sex, and may find it easier to participate actively in classes where everyone is the same sex.
Others enjoy the camaraderie that often connects classmates at single-sex schools. For one thing, student diversity suffers at a single sex school.
Will the school help nurture your child's individuality and socialization with peers?
Boys tend to soften their competitive edge and become more collaborative in a single-sex setting.
) simply find the opposite sex to be a distraction from their academic work.
For many heterosexual students, dating is one of the biggest issues at stake when considering co-ed schools, single sex schools and the impact their choice will have on the social life of campus.
And private schools are not the only avenues for single-sex learning environments, as there are about 850 entirely single-sex public schools. Many proponents of single-sex education argue that boys in co-educational settings are less likely to take courses in the arts or tackle advanced academic subjects simply to avoid being typecast as a nerd.
Your child's happiness is one of the most important factors in selecting a school.