The Print Edition. It was detrimental to the learning process. The main reason is that as they grow up, they will have to work in a mixed environment. Should children be required to spend their young lives in a building, regardless of the purpose?
This is especially true during the early teen years when sexual differences begin coming into play. Like me!! We rely on advertising to help fund our award-winning journalism. My second choice — a very close second — was the school with the highest academic standards, Epsom College in England.
One that is founded on the simple fact that girls and boys learn differently. This should enhance the number of students that will achieve any particular standard or level of education. The library, and a very tall wall, was in between the two buildings.
The first one was coed, and it was pretty bad. RE: Dress codes I was in high school when the simpsons came out, and I was the first person same sex schools vs public schools in Truro have a simpsons Tshirt. Certainly girls benefit academically in maths and science and from an environment that is free from some of the attitudes and prejudices of society.
For certain ages, certain classes yes, if the statistics can show that single sex classes are better then go ahead.
The big question for me would be , what if the stats showed, for example, that girls learnt better in single sex classes for one subject whilst boys learnt better in mixed classes for the same subject. There are no boys to notice who is prettiest, who has the best clothes and who is the best at flirting.
It closed because there was no longer a need for a separate all girl college that could not compete with the co educational Universities that offered more. In retrospect, I think I would have developed higher self-esteem and confidence in a girls-only school.