At Aburi Girls’ School, most the girls live on campus, as do most of the faculty. When living and studying in the family-style culture this creates, girls develop strong bonds with their teachers, adult mentors, and classmates from around the world. They relate more closely with their learning. They build confidence and independence. They learn valuable interpersonal skills. They compete to better themselves. Plus, they gain the peer, faculty, and staff support they need while navigating their way to womanhood.