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The scholarship examination day for the co-ed college is Monday, February 11; please contact the school for more information.
"Why does a women's university have to become co-ed? The people who favor the change should first look up the true meaning behind the establishment of Sungshin Women's University," sophomore Lee said.
Offers men's softball, co-ed softball, adult basketball (broken into upper flight, middle flight and lower flight divisions) and men's flag football.
Schoolchildren arriving in UNRWA Abu Tue'ma Prep Co-ed School, close to the eastern border, for the first day of the fall term.
In a recent survey of students in single-sex classes, 67 percent said it increased their self-esteem, and 72 percent reported a greater desire to learn and participate compared with their experience in co-ed classrooms.
Next up is Nation League's co-ed dodgeball leagues, which begins on the 17th, 18th and 19th of September.
In Abu Dhabi, new schools include the Al Mutanabbi (C2 boys) and Al Ezzah (C1 Co-ed) in Baniyas, Al Qemmah (C1 co-ed) and Al Reyada (C2/C3 Girls) in Al Shamkhah, Al Shawamekh (C2/C3 girls) in Al Shawamekh, and Abdulla bin Otaiba (KG/C1 co-ed) in Mohammed bin Zayed City.
He said: "Girls at single-sex schools are more likely to study computer science, physics, engineering and technology and participate in competitive sports than girls in co-ed schools.
Parents' opinions about co-ed schooling varied significantly across the three types of school.
WASHINGTON * A George Washington University law professor noted for his groundbreaking legal campaigns against smoking and obesity has declared war on The Catholic University of America's recent decision to change its co-ed residences on campus to single-sex housing.
But locals fought to keep it open - making it south Galway's third co-ed secondary school in the process.