Day School Is Better Than Boarding School

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Day School Is Better Than Boarding School

By | August 2012
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Many parents confused whether to send their children to boarding school or sending them to day school. Some parents bewildered which one is better for their children. Nowadays, both parents thought that boarding school is better than day schools. But, as a student, for me I do not agree with the statement which been said that boarding school is better than day schools. As we know, in boarding school, children just learnt to leave alone without their parents. This will leave a psychological impact on the students because one only thinks of families and their home surrounding. Some of children may get depression and it maybe disturbs their performance in study. It only worsens up the situation. Hence, I’m certainly do not agree with the statement that say boarding school is better than day schools.

In day school, parents could spend enough time with their children. For example, the parents can be able to monitor the progress of their children in term of both academics and extracurricular activities. This is the way for parents to show that they care for their children. While in boarding school, it can turn up the relationship between parents and their kid become awkward in long term. This is possible because they don’t have time to spend together with their family like others family does. As we know, in boarding school, they can only go back to their home once in two weeks and boarders schedule are really pack with activities. Furthermore, day school students normally have a strong bond with their families compared to boarding school students. Day schools students always grow up in an upright way and very responsible because their parents or guardians involve them in responsible activities. As we can see, some students lack good manners because they live without parents who would correct them in case they make any mistakes. These show that, when parents devote more time for their children, it leads to a healthier relationship that is mutually beneficial. This...
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