We strongly encourage students to use the boarding facilities of the school, even if they reside close to the school premises. Avoiding pointless, tiring journeys between home and school will increase productivity and better time management.
Living on the school premises has many benefits:
Boarding school students live with people from a variety of cultures; therefore, they learn to appreciate and respect the differences in one another and live amicably. Some may even learn the basics of another language as a result of the friendships they form.
Boarding school students quickly learn how to perform many domestic chores and complete school assignments by themselves. They become experts at managing their working time. These students mature quickly and tend to be very independent and successful in life.
Outdoor and indoor activities for students who remain in the school during the weekend are organized from time to time.
Fluency in another Language
Students whose first language is not English often become fluent in English in two semesters through language immersion. Those who stay in boarding school for at least three years typically become bi or multilingual.
Boarding school students can focus better on their studies because television, video games, phones and other distractors are limited. These young scholars usually perform better in their studies because they live in an environment that is conducive to learning.
Students can choose to spend weekends at home.