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At Agnes Irwin, girls not only embrace learning, they immerse themselves in it. Whether bringing ideas to life in the Kindergarten Invention Convention, writing plays in Middle School or presenting a Senior Assembly, they absorb the "culture of achievement" that all-girls' schools so adeptly create.
At AIS, girls form strong bonds with teachers and peers. They learn to speak their minds, to think freely and to follow their curiosity wherever it leads – which may be someplace totally unexpected.
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Academics. A rigorous education shouldn’t be a rigid one. Teachers at Agnes Irwin draw on a range of teaching approaches, incorporating innovative educational concepts and continually adapting and refining their methods to support how girls learn best.
Arts and Athletics. The classroom isn’t the only place for AIS students to shine. They might hit their stride on the field or the court, with one of our 41 athletic teams. They might get involved in dance, drama, music or visual arts. At AIS, endless roads are open.
CAG. In today’s world, women must be equipped with leadership skills, an awareness of the global community, an intellect fit for 21st century learning and a conscious concern for personal well-being. The Center for the Advancement of Girls (CAG), an Agnes Irwin research initiative, is dedicated to fostering these and other essential skills.
Beyond AIS. AIS girls graduate as self-assured and successful young women who go on to top colleges and universities and lead fulfilling professional and personal lives.
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