Starting at infancy, humans are constantly encouraged to interact with the arts in some capacity. Whether it’s fun craft projects to keep preschoolers entertained or studying the works of renowned artists from history, the desire to create is omnipresent. Around our nation’s high schools, however, the arts have often taken a backseat to other focuses.
Malvern’s educational philosophy, both in our Middle School and Upper School programs, is designed to not only prepare young men to succeed in college, but to position them to excel as the future generation of leaders, innovators, servant leaders, and more.
Below, we’ve compiled four critical areas of the Malvern Prep experience that help to build well-rounded young men and ease difficult transitions into new stages of life.
At Malvern Preparatory, we have an illustrious history of providing meaningful service-learning opportunities for our students. Whether a group of students is hopping on a plane to Peru to help rebuild an orphanage or Grade 10 is being bused to Philadelphia to prepare meals for the homeless, we place a strong emphasis on the academic, spiritual, and developmental importance of learning through service.
There’s a common misconception that all male schools are created solely to limit societal distractions or pressures that are brought forth by co-ed learning environments. While there certainly could be truth to that idea, all male high schools actually provide an abundance of benefits that empower young men to learn and grow in unique ways.
Sending your child off to college is often one of the most difficult things for a parent to do. Beyond the fear of your son or daughter moving away from home, many parents are concerned about how their child will fare with a new challenging experience on their own. As a parent, you want to ensure that your child is fully prepared for this next chapter of their lives. One way to provide you with clarity and your child with confidence is to enroll them in a college preparatory school.