Boys have different learning styles from girls.  An all boys’ environment allows us to cater for these specific styles and target teaching practices to help boys reach their potential.

Boys feel less self-conscious when surrounded by other boys and are more inclined to speak their mind and engage in conversation within the class environment.

Academically, at least within New Zealand, statistics over the last 10 years have shown that boys in boys’ schools perform approximately 10% better than boys in co-ed schools.

A boy’s environment allows a range of activities outside the classroom to complement the learning inside the classroom.

Excellent role modelling from other men can occur when there is a male dominated staff.

Being in an all boys’ school allows us to celebrate being young men and all that that entails. 

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