Considering a boarding school option can be an emotionally difficult decision for both parents and students. Parting with family and friends and establishing new friendships doesn't come easily to everyone. So why even consider making such sacrifices? What is it about the boarding school experience that can complement your educational formation so well? Here we take a look at the value of the boarding environment using Salisbury as an example.
Welcome to our Admissions Blog. It is here that we will share interesting articles, tips and stories that relate to secondary school admissions. Our goal is to demystify the admissions process and to provide advice and guidance. Please share these pages with others! The content does not apply solely to Salisbury School.
"An extra year of school?"
"I'm being held back?"
"Won't I have to take all the same classes?"
Often the idea of repeating a year of school is associated with a negative a stigma and looked at as a punishment. However, repeating a year of school, particularly for a boy, reaps benefits that pay dividends in the future.
Every student gets nervous when it comes time to sit for the SSAT. The tips below will help you prepare for test day and give you some helpful hints when sitting for the test.
Heading in for a school interview can be daunting and can make many students very nervous. Here are a few tips to help you to prepare for the big day.
Numerous factors will be taken into account when choosing a secondary school for your son; size, curriculum offerings, athletic prowess, academic support, school culture. But no characteristic is more fixed than a school's location.
The decision to attend boarding school can be a difficult one. Every school is unique and every applicant's needs and goals are different. Finding the right "fit" is key. In this blog, we take a closer look at the academic, athletic, extracurricular and personal growth reasons for choosing Salisbury.
Students at the nation’s top independent schools live rich and full lives. During their daily routine, students cram in a challenging array of courses, athletic practices, extracurricular commitments, community service work, and a demanding homework load. Although there is an extraordinary sense of accomplishment that accompanies this packed schedule, the epidemic of overscheduling and high-anxiety environments affecting teenagers can stifle creativity.