Teaching Girls the Way Girls Learn Best

At SPSG we believe in single-sex education for girls.

Research supports that girls at all-girl’s schools are more self-confident, have heightened career aspirations, develop broader interests, are more willing to accept challenges, engage in more leadership opportunities, and embrace achievement in academics, the arts, and sports.

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Teachers at SPSG understand the techniques that make learning more satisfying for girls. Within our challenging college preparatory program, we encourage collaboration, hands-on experimentation, interdisciplinary learning, group projects, discussion, risk-taking, positive evaluation, and prompt feedback, learning tools that prove successful with girls.

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Learn more about the UCLA study that researched self-confidence, political awareness, and academic ability of single-sex educated girls and concluded that girls' school graduates have a documented advantage over co-ed graduates.