STRUCTURE AND LIFE SKILLS
The structured environment of boarding school, while challenging for some, is a benefit for many. Students are given scheduled class times, but much of their time spent out of class will be up to them to plan and organize. Students must learn how to prioritize and balance academics, clubs, sports, service opportunities, leisure time, and other extracurricular activities. Our students have to learn how to manage their own time, which better prepares them for college, life in the ministry, or whatever path they choose.
Percent of high school students who felt prepared for college upon graduation:
Public School - 23%
Private Day School - 36%
Boarding School - 78%