Thought-leaders and experts in how girls learn best, NCGS professional development events are the “go-to” places for exchanging best practices on the education and healthy development of girls.
- 2019 NCGS Conference
- Introduction to Girls' Schools Course
- Educating Girls Symposiums
- 2020 NCGS Conference
- Upcoming Conferences & Symposiums
NCGS serves PK-12 grade girls’ schools (independent, public, charter, and religiously-affiliated) through advocacy, research, professional development, and networking.
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Raising Girls’ Voices Blog
When we ask girls what they want to be when they grow up—or perhaps more accurately, about “all the different...
Member School News
6/18/19—Balmoral Hall School student Mia B. ’19 was recently selected to receive an $80,000 Schulich Leader Scholarship for her university studies. Mia...
6/14/19—Beth Alexander, a STEM teacher at The Linden School, was recently awarded a Lowell Milken Centre (LMC) Fellowship in recognition of...
6/12/19—Arda Thomson, a Kindergarten teacher at Balmoral Hall School, recently won the Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence in STEM...
6/11/19—The Ethel Walker School recently received a prestigious $250,000 Edward E. Ford Foundation Educational Leadership Grant to support the school’s new...
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.Browse our Schools