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?:
Boarding school admissions decisions will soon be released. This can be a stressful time for many students and families, and there is sure to be a mix of emotions as schools notify individuals of their decisions. In this blog, we take a look at the admissions decisions you may receive and what to do next.
Salisbury School was founded and built on what was once a family owned, hard-working farm in the heart of New England and the western Connecticut hills. We can imagine that our founders and those who worked the soil before us would be proud that, as a top-ranked boys boarding school in the twenty first century, our “north star” simply remains "character." The words "Salisbury Gentleman" and "Esse Quam Videri" mean as much today...albeit they seem more counter culture than ever.