In The Concord School students in boarding school usually, have extra learning classes/ activities and also observe prep after having taken their siesta. In the long run, this improves their academic performance and social skills.
Our House parents play an active role by rendering assistance and encouraging independence to the students. From the activities, they undertake such as laundry and room cleanliness to waking up on time, with academic school work, challenges students to make responsible decisions. Our Students are more prepared to live outside of their homes, and the transition to college is often a seamless process.
Students’ living together makes it easy for them to bond and this develops their social skills. Interacting with people you do not know helps children come out of their comfort zones. This builds the confidence in the child helping him/her to deal with real life issues.