We are proud of The Study's basketball teams. Midget, Bantam and Senior are in full swing! Study Athletes play extraordinarily well and continue to impress us on the court. All teams on the road as the out-of-town tournament season gets underway.
Why Choose The Study?
The world needs great women. And the exceptional education of young girls is at the heart of everything we do.
There are so many reasons why you should choose The Study as a learning environment for your daughter and the best way to learn about them is to come visit to hear, see and feel the reasons! The Pillars of The Study's Strategic Plan: Vision 2020 are ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT EXPERIENCES, INNOVATION, and LEADERSHIP. When you visit, you will be able to see how these pillars are present in all that we do. Thank you for your interest in The Study.
Julianna '20 | head girlMargaret gascoigne founded this school to gift the world with an institution that allowed girls to become intelligent, outspoken, brave and kind women.
Check out some of the latest additions to our Makerspace including our Builder's Workshop. The Makerspace is the home for all technology and robotic classes in both the Elementary and Senior Schools.
Girls in grade 4 build a spin art machine as part of their building, exploration and teamwork rubric for this term. A real hands on STEAM project
What a delight, the sounds of holiday cheer echoing throughout the school. See glimpses from recent magical holiday concerts. All were charmed from beginning to end. BRAVO Study girls!
The Study Board of Govenors is delighted to announce the appointment of Ms. Kim McInnes as our 9th Head of School, effective July 2020.
Grade 6 students have all they need in class to record their own radio program, soon to be broadcast on the web. In order to manage the many different trades related to the creation of a radio show, the girls visited Radio-Canada and participated in a hands-on experience.
In their second year of Instrumental Music class, many girls opt to learn a new instrument. These Grade 7 students seen here are focused and unified, happily practicing 'Abandoned Toy Shop' by Timothy Loest, in preparation for the December 5th Holiday Concert.
A great way to start the year! Grade 11s & 7s went on fun-filled overnight class trips! Study students could be found enjoying the great outdoors at Mont Orford's Jouvence and Camp Kanawana