Texas Schools for Boys?

Answer According to Texas Almanac, a website published by the Texas State Historical Association, "Texas," or "Tejas," was the Spanish pronunciation of a Caddo Indian word that meant "friends" or "allies.... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Texas Schools for Boys

Are all boys&girls schools better than co-ed schools?

On One Hand: Single-Gender Schools Provide Fewer DistractionsThe main argument in favor of single-gender schools is that they allow students to learn without the distraction of the opposite sex. T... Read More »

All-Boys Catholic Schools?

All-boys Catholic schools are secondary schools reserved only for male students. Though race and ethnicity are not components that affect admission to an all-boys Catholic school, boys must be prep... Read More »

Military Schools for Boys?

There are a number of military schools for boys in the United States, usually taking boys from the seventh through 12th grades. Many have rigorous admission standards that should be researched befo... Read More »

Schools for Boys in Mississippi?

Although rare, all-boys schools are a unique option for parents who want their sons to be educated without the gender differentiation or distractions that may come with coed education. There may al... Read More »