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And even though students complain about Latin, the benefits of studying it include improved vocabulary and grammar.
“I like to say the students wear it as a badge of honor,” said Sara Flounders, 38, a Latin teacher Hardy hired before the school opened who now chairs the department of seven full-time Latin teachers. Latin is hard.” Eric Young, 24, Class of 2011, agreed. Things are not given to us, and we all have to work hard to achieve greatness.’ ” The district’s charter-school office, though, has said Boys’ Latin needs to increase test scores.
Hardy and Janine Yass, a parent he had met at the Haverford School who was interested in school choice, established a founding coalition and submitted an application for a college-prep charter for boys modeled after Boston Latin.
The idea of a single-gender school received pushback, but the School Reform Commission ultimately approved the proposal. When Boys’ Latin held its first graduation in 2011, Hardy and the staff were beaming because 96 percent of the class had been admitted to college.
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The staff and counselors increased efforts to keep in touch with alumni and give them support to remain in school.Hardy said a single-gender environment frees students from having to worry about what the other gender thinks.“That does mean something for a lot of kids,” he said.• Forty-eight percent of the students across the country who took the National Latin Exam’s introductory-level test in March were recognized for their performance, but 64 percent of Boys’ Latin’s seventh graders were honored, including two students who had perfect scores.Word is spreading about Boys’ Latin, which opened a middle-school campus for sixth, seventh, and eighth graders in 2012 to introduce younger students to Latin and prep them for the high school.