Single sex education and dating
Most single sex schools take this concern into consideration, however.Many provide shuttles that take students to other (co-ed) campuses to socialize on the weekends, or into nearby cities. If you are attending an urban school — co-ed or single-sex — you’ll have people of every sex just outside the campus gates!Since there aren't any guys on campus, you aren't gonna be jealous of a couple at school.
Some students simply prefer single-sex schools while others prefer co-ed schools. Many students at single sex schools point to the lack of opposite sex as an enormous advantage.
In addition, although it may be easier for students to participate actively and do well academically at a single sex institution, the real world is not single sex.
It may prove difficult for students from single sex schools to adjust to a co-ed work atmosphere after they graduate.
Will the school help nurture your child's individuality and socialization with peers?
Boys tend to soften their competitive edge and become more collaborative in a single-sex setting.