In 1915 a young Englishwoman named Margaret Gascoigne opened a school for six students in the study of her home. In 1960 The Study moved to its present location in Westmount, one of Montreal's prime residential neighbourhoods. In addition to its founder, eight dynamic women have led The Study, including the current Head of School, Nancy Lewis Sweer.
- Margaret Gascoigne (1915-1934)
- Mary Harvey (1934-1952)
- Katharine Lamont (1952-1970)
- Jean Scott (1970-1982)
- Eve Marshall (1982-1997)
- Mary Liistro Hebert (1997-2003)
- Elizabeth Falco (2003- 2010)
- Mary Liistro Hebert(2010-2011)
- Nancy Lewis Sweer (2011- present)
We guide each Study girl towards reaching her fullest potential by fostering fine scholarship, instilling the love of learning, and developing well-rounded leadership qualities in a global-minded, diverse environment where both the individual and the community are valued.
The Study's Early Years
McGill Queen's University Press published No Ordinary School a 168 page hard cover commemorative 100th anniversary book about The Study School.
A synopsis of The Study's history, taken from The Study - a Chronicle, written by the school's third Headmistress, Katharine Lamont.
Click here to view The Study 100 website
Click to see historic photos.