Ever sit in class in one of the many boarding high schools and feel like one person out of a thousand students? Large classes can make you feel like you’re just another face in the crowd, unlike smaller classes where the teacher knows you, and you can get some more one-on-one time. It has been proven that smaller classes means better success for students, because of better class attention and more class participation. One boarding school that offers this is Wasatch Academy, the average class size ranges from 15-17 people, and the student body has a population of 350.
Smaller classes means better grades, and better chances at getting into a great college. Just take a look at some of these numbers, and maybe they will convince you.