Thought-leaders and experts in how girls learn best, NCGS professional development offerings are the “go-to” opportunities for exchanging best practices on the education and healthy development of girls.
- 2020 NCGS Virtual Conference
- Introduction to Girls' Schools Course
- Beyond the Book Author Series
COVID-19 Resource Center
Exclusively for NCGS member schools, this dedicated section contains tips, resources, articles, and lesson plans created by girls’ schools or for the education of girls engaged in remote learning.
- COVID-19 Resource Center
- COVID-19 Videoconference Conversations
- Re-Opening Schools
- Women’s Philanthropy: Fundraising Amidst COVID-19 Webcast
NCGS serves PK-12 grade girls’ schools (independent, public, charter, and religiously-affiliated) through advocacy, research, professional development, and networking.
- Research Database
- Enrollment Surveys
- Ed Bytes: Videos for Girls' School Faculty & Administrators
Raising Girls’ Voices Blog
Sitting on an icy concrete stoop, I’m curled over the book in my lap. I attempt to focus on the...
Does the indefinite suspension of sports also mean the loss of an opportunity for female athletes to increase their confidence?...
April 22 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, which has played an important role in building greater environmental awareness....
Member School News
5/28/20—During the COVID-19 school closures, Casey Sherriffs, the Entrepreneurial Lead at Miss Edgar’s & Miss Cramp’s School (ECS) helped her...
5/26/20—An essay written by Saint Joseph Academy senior Tatiana L. has been selected as one of ten finalists for the...
5/20/20—Two students at The Young Women’s Leadership School of Astoria are making a positive impact during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nicole...
5/11/20—Maryvale Preparatory School art students represented the school at the annual Timonium Optimists Young Artists Showcase. While both the in-person...
Meet Our Schools
NCGS serves over 250 PK-12th grade girls’ schools across North America and beyond. Our member schools are remarkably diverse: independent, public, charter, and religiously-affiliated; boarding and day; primary, middle and/or high schools; enrollment ranging from 15 to 1,200 students; and located in major metro areas, remote areas, and everywhere in between!
The common denominator that binds NCGS member schools is a commitment to girls’ education and inspiring the next generation of young women to lead with courage, competence, and empathy.
Learn more about NCGS member schools through our interactive map and searchable directory.Browse our Schools