Reunite and Connect

The Study and The Study Old Girls' Association (SOGA) offer many opportunities for alumnae to reunite with each other and to make connections.

In addition to Homecoming, Speed Mentoring, SOGA Speaker Series and SOGA Lunch & Send Off, there are many events that take place every school year when Study Old Girls can volunteer to support the learning of current Study students. For example, Old Girls may wish to volunteer as judges for The Study's annual Math/Science fair, speak on Career Day or participate in the young alumnae networking event, Cupcakes & Connections. Old Girls who are passionate about the dramatic arts or athletics, may help co-direct student plays or coach co-curricular sports teams.

Join your classmates, other Study Old Girls, current and former faculty and friends in the fall for Homecoming 2021. All class years welcome! If your class year ends in 1 or 6, you are celebrating a milestone reunion.

For more information Please contact

Katie Kostiuk '96
514-935-9352 X 224

Event Spotlight

Dodgeball Game played in memory of the late Eileen Balfour, a much-loved Study Physical Education Teacher & Director of Athletics.
If you would like to make a gift in memory of Mrs. Eileen Balfour, please click on the button below

Annual Events


For Old Girls and Faculty/Staff on Founder's Day

Founder's Day

Celebrating The Study's Birthday 

Judy Elder Alumna Award Presentation

Annual award bestowed to a Study alumna.


Classes celebrating milestone reunions with former and current faculty/staff

Time Capusle

Alumnae returning for their 10th reunion open the Time Capsule that was filled in their graduating year

Speed Mentoring

We invite Study Old Girls to meet with the students in grades 9 and 10 to share their trajectory after The Study.

SOGA Lunch

SOGA hosts a lunch for the graduating class and their special guest

SOGA Speaker Series

SOGA welcomed the acclaimed actor, author and playwright, Ann-Marie MacDonald

Alumnae Networking

Speed networking before the Speed Mentoring event with students