Why a Girls' School
The benefits of a girls' school do not come from separating girls from the boys, but from the ability of a girls' school to focus entirely on the education, development, and well-being of girls.
At Woodlands girls learn experientially that they have no limits. They are president of student government, captains of sports teams, editors of publications, president of robotics, leading actress in the spring musical, in addition, to holding every other leadership position in the school. They are future engineers, novelists, physicians and any other professions they so choose.
Of course girls can compete successfully in a coeducational environment . A girls' school education is not about eliminating competition but about creating a customized learning environment for girls to excel.
They are learning everyday, not only math and science, but their value, potential and power.
Research supports girls' school graduates are more prepared for college, are more likely to pursue higher educational degrees, and have higher career aspirations.
A growing body of research during the past decade has documented what all-girls’ school educators have long understood: All-girls’ schools give young women the best education to succeed in college and the world beyond.