From 29–31 March, The Island School, Cape Eleuthera, Bahamas will host a community conference and summit for leaders committed to improving the lives of boys dismissed and marginalized because of race, class, culture, and social isolation. The main mandate of this assembly is to purpose our boys with a brighter future and to engage them more fully in their academic, civic, social, and spiritual development. Consult Conference Invitation, Fact Sheet, and Schedule for additional details.
Understanding boys’ learning and development through research.
The IBSC connects dedicated educators worldwide to discover the best learning practices for boys.
One Schoolhouse/Online School for Boys: online education in the independent school tradition.
What does it mean to be a 21st century man? In this PowerPoint presentation, leading educators and veteran heads of boys' schools explain how to lead and support boys best in today's society. Encourage their growth as both citizens and individuals so they are engaged, virtuous, and kind. Ensure boys' success in and outside of your school.
Thank you to all the educators who attended this workshop at the NAIS Annual Conference in Baltimore on Thursday, March 2.
Join your colleagues for the IBSC conference for Teachers New to Boys' Schools, 11-13 April 2017, at The Scots College in Sydney, Australia. Equip teachers new to boys' schools with the vision, tools, and connections they need to profoundly shape the lives of young men. Register today.
Develop a Foundation for Health and Peak Performance. Discover how to promote an environment of wellbeing and peak performance — both for yourself and your school community. Join fellow boys' educators at the IBSC Health and Wellbeing Summit, April 28, 2017, at Crescent School in Toronto. Register today.
Join your colleagues for the IBSC Enhancing the Lives of Boys Through the Arts Conference, 4-6 May 2017, at Selwyn House School in Montreal, Quebec, Canada — a city that sizzles with creativity. Arts educators and administrators, gather together in Montreal, dubbed "Canada's Cultural Capital," to explore the challenges and opportunities of working with boys through arts education programs in our schools. Register today.