Please join us in Pretoria, South Africa at Pretoria Boys' High School on March 7-9, 2019 for a dynamic gathering to explore The World Behind Our Boys.
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Join us in Toronto as Crescent School hosts its second IBSC School Health and Well-Being Summit on Friday, April 5. Delve into how schools can best support the health and well-being of the students in their care in this highly informative and practical one-day workshop.
Save the date! Join us April 15-17, at Scotch College Melbourne for this Australasia regional conference.
Co-sponsored with the Center for Spiritual and Ethical Education (CSEE), this event is for faculty and administrators seeking to be more intentional about how they educate boys. Aimed at educators in both all-boys and coed schools, the event focuses on middle and upper school.
Recent publicized events globally have raised questions about the effectiveness of boys' schools teaching moral conduct, especially respect for women. All members of the International Boys' Schools Coalition (IBSC) have no tolerance in any schools for disrespect, unkindness, or violence. We believe a good school succeeds primarily because of its school culture, regardless of whether it is single sex or coeducational, but we reaffirm our belief that boys' schools succeed for many boys. That success stems from many reasons, but foremost from teaching young men moral values and principles that strengthen our society and model kindness, tolerance, empathy, and especially respect for women.
The global community of boys' schools mourns F. Washington "Tony" Jarvis III, who died October 7, 2018, at CareDimensions Hospice Home in Lincoln, MA, after a long illness. Tony was 79.