There are many accomplishments to celebrate in this year's June Bulletin, and many students are to be congratulated! Click here for the latest issue of The Study Bulletin.
Congratulations! We are so proud of our Class of 2021 - 40 great women about to embark on a new journey.
The end of the school year is upon us and with it comes a lot of memorable celebrations and annual traditions!
After much discussion and debate among students, faculty & staff, we are delighted to announce the election results for the 2021-2022 Student Council.
Save the Date May 27th, five exciting segments to the virtual Celebration of the Arts: drama, visual arts, photography, dance and music, including a COVID-friendly ASL rendition of What a Wonderful World.
"The Study truly taught [my daughters] that there are no limits." In the interview below, Study parents Yaël Benguigui and Amanda Eaman '97 share their thoughts on what makes The Study so special.
Look who's coming! We are excited to welcome students from many schools at our online All Girls' Leadership Symposium kickoff event on April 15, with keynote speaker Dr. Sarika Cullis-Suzuki.
The Study’s exceptional mother tongue bilingual programme begins in Kindergarten. Students learn to master literacy and numeracy skills in English and French, thanks to dedicated homeroom teachers. Watch here as French teacher Mme. Rodier (Grade 1) presents The Study's Cycle One French programme.
Exceptional student experience - Canada's Minister of Justice David Lametti met with grade 10 and 11 Law classes as a guest lecturer online to discuss new laws students think Canada should adopt.