The Study's annual All Girls' Leadership Conference brought together over 500 students from 13 schools for an unforgettable conference!
Bravo! Many Study students headed over to St George's for the Montreal Round of the World Scholar's Cup - a weekend filled with team debates, collaborative writing, multiple-choice questions on six different subjects, and multimedia challenges. We are so proud to announce that many of our students brought home medals and trophies, and four teams qualified for the global competition!
Today, we kicked off Open Your Heart Week, a week to celebrate our work in Diria, Nicaragua, and raise funds for our sister school. To celebrate this unique partnership and reinforce the feeling of philanthropy, the entire school will be involved in an hour of giving back.
On December 16th, The Study community enjoyed the premiere of our annual Holiday Concert, a festive showcase filled with delightful musical performances by students from Kindergarten to grade 11.
As the school year kicks off, we have the pleasure of welcoming several new faculty and staff members to The Study!
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.