In a single-gender setting, girls are more willing to take risks and set more ambitious educational goals. They simultaneously learn to become supportive of each other and more competitive. And, the friendships that girls form with students and teachers are meaningful, often lifelong connections. Students at The Academy at Penguin Hall learn the skills they need to succeed in an atmosphere that supports their intellectual, social, athletic, and personal growth.
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Support for single-gender education is also backed by data. The Higher Education Research Institute has reported that single-gender education for girls yields superior academic accomplishment, superior socio-emotional development, improved test scores and better long term indicators for success, as compared with co-ed schooling.