• Rationale

    Learning can not be contributed to a single factor. Statistical data suggest that boys struggle academically more than girls in United States schools. The traditional gap between boys and girls in the areas of math and science is a small percentage. In addition, girls’ graduating at a higher percentage. To ensure each child learns, educators seek alternatives on how to prepare our children and young teens to meet the ever-increasing, changing needs of a global community. Current research data supports that single-sex schools are clearly better for all students. However, researchers contend boys benefit the most from this organization because of the supportive structure and mentoring.