Once A Study Girl, Always a Study Girl

The Study Old Girls’ Association (SOGA) is a vibrant group of over 3300 talented women living in more than 30 countries around the world.

Each year alumnae participate in school life through mentorship programs, networking and fundraising activities, and attending The Study’s annual Homecoming Weekend. Study Old Girls are proud of our long-standing traditions and far-reaching history. A lifelong membership in SOGA means that every student becomes part of that story.

Soga Mission and Vision

The Study Old Girls’ Association aims to foster and maintain a lifelong bond between The Study and alumnae (“Old Girls”) through social, professional and fundraising initiatives that reflect the unique values and vitality of the school, and that allow Old Girls to remain connected to a strong, global Study community. SOGA’s mission is achieved by building the following three pillars:


SOGA will initiate and support efforts that will allow Old Girls to maintain a strong social connection with The Study and each other, and will inspire them to continue to be involved with the school community. 


SOGA will initiate and support efforts that will help Old Girls to further their professional endeavours by providing valuable and extensive networking opportunities and mentorship programs.


SOGA will initiate and support efforts that will enable Old Girls to give back to The Study through fundraising initiatives that aim to improve the long-term standing of the school, The Study School Foundation and SOGA.


Co-Chairs Amanda Eaman '97 & Rachel Cytrynbaum '98

SOGA Young Alumnae Chapter

Co-Chairs Jessica McDonald & Julia Takacsy  Class of 2014

Alex Cooke '06 | SecretarY - SOGA EXECUTIVE

I was excited to get involved with the SOGA executive and be a part of the really great initiatives SOGA has for alumnae to support each other, as well as girls in the school. The large network of women willing to support each other makes networking so enjoyable.