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We've done the research to see how boarding school shapes students now and in the future. Here's the (sometimes surprising) truth about boarding schools today.
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60% of students apply to boarding school primarily for the opportunity to get a better education.
95% of boarding school students say their social lives do not revolve around drugs and alcohol, compared to 82% of private day school and public school students.
86% of boarding school students say they are very satisfied or somewhat satisfied with family life.
About 70% of boarding school students say there is little to no cheating in class, compared to 31% of private day and 26% of public school students.
41% of boarding school students say that their college or university guidance counselor was very helpful in exploring college options, compared to 23% of private school students and 13% of public school students.
70% of boarding school students say that boarding school has helped them develop self-discipline, maturity, independence, and the ability to think critically.
95% of boarding school students are satisfied or very satisfied with their academic experience, compared to 86% of private day or public school students.
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