It depends on the siblings, on the family, and on the level of Our Whole Lives being taught. Some sibling pairs are very close-knit, and have a great deal of trust for each other. Other children may be concerned that their sibling would tell their parent(s) about a question asked or something shared in class. At the Grades K-1 and Grades 4-6 levels, siblings can be kept together unless there is a real history of conflict and mistrust. At the Grades 7-9 and Grades 10-12 levels, it’s best to consult with the youth and parents to figure out the best option that will work for everyone.