Salisbury's Feb 1 application deadline is fast approaching. You are ready to click submit and prepare to wait until March 10 for admissions decisions to be released. You may be one of the many students wondering, should I follow up on my application? In this article, we'll tackle some of the most commonly asked questions admissions offices get after applications are submitted.
One of the major questions for families considering boarding school is, "Can we afford it?" Our Admissions Office knows that the cost of a boarding school education is an incredible investment, and that the financial aid process can be daunting.
In this post, our Director of Financial Aid breaks down the financial aid application process and shares some of Salisbury's financial aid statistics.
Visiting a school for an interview can seem daunting and can leave incoming students nervous. Here are a few tips to help prepare for the big day.
"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 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.
In a supportive and engaging single-sex environment, students establish a foundation for making responsible decisions, forge healthy relationships and step out of their comfort zone to explore their full potential both inside and outside of the classroom.
Renowned educators and psychologists have published volumes on the value of a single-sex education. While young men can and do excel in many types of educational institutions, schools designed for boys nurture confidence and inspire growth, while fostering academic success and the development of a young man of character in a balanced and supportive setting. How do single-sex schools foster this personal growth and development?: