A debate to against the motion" boarding school are better than day school"
Boarding school students are, in many ways, just like their high school counterparts at your local school. Boarding school students spend most of their day at school, followed by sports or gym, and extracurricular activities later in the day. [ They spend most of their evening hours engaged in homework, but have more free time on the weekends, when there are additional activities available to
them, including off-campus excursions and events.
Some ways that students at boarding schools are frequently, but not always, different from their day student counterparts is that they spend more time studying and less time watching TV and playing video games. They simply don?t have time. And much of their non-school hours are engaged in activities, rather than just relaxing.
Many boarding school students develop talents and skills that they hone and apply at school, such as by joining a sports team or concentrating on preparing a portfolio of photography work. Students can work independently on their craft while still overseen and guided by their instructors, who often live on campus, too.
Most boarding school students are ambitious, social, independent, self-confident and disciplined. They are, for the most part, college oriented, with their eye on some of the most prestigious colleges and universities around ? perhaps more so than the typical high school student. ]