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Boys' Boarding Schools

Boys Boarding Schools

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Our Kids Go to School specializes in listings of private, independent and boarding schools in Canada. Find extensive listings of boys' boarding schools from across Canada.

Boys' boarding schools allow young men the opportunity to learn in an environment away from the distractions created by daily exposure to young women. In a boarding school setting, boys are wiling to take different risks and learn things they would not otherwise learn.

They are also exposed to less cultural and media pressures and are protected by the close scrutiny of administrators and teachers at the boarding school.

Other benefits of boys' boarding schools

Boarding schools for boys:

  • Allow boys and young men to participate in some activities that they might not otherwise when there are girls around. There are less concerns about appearance.
  • May allow boys to challenge themselves in "non-traditional" subjects such as art and literature.
  • Will simply afford them less opportunity to get "in trouble" with members of the opposite sex.

Listed below are boys boarding schools in Canada and abroad.

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