What is the one thing you enjoy most about boarding at Launceston Grammar?
One element of boarding I enjoy is the convenience of living on campus and the additional facilities that are available for boarders. Being a boarder allows you to see the School through a different perspective that day students aren’t able to see.
Has boarding provided you with additional opportunities to make friends and be part of a community? If so, in what way?
Being a boarder has enabled friendships to develop across all age levels and is an aspect of boarding I have appreciated as both a junior and senior student. This is unique to the boarding community as most of these friendships otherwise would not have been so closely formed in the day school.
What are some of the lessons you have learnt so far as a boarder?
Boarding has helped develop my independence and ability to respectfully live with others.
What advice would you give to someone who is looking to become a boarder?
Make the most of the environment and helpful staff.