A distinctive characteristic of The Study community...
Your leadership is Sparked
Not a day goes by without each and every student showing leadership - either by taking responsibility for her learning and actions, by leading a club, being an ambassador or lending a helping hand. Each student is encouraged to develop her own voice and discover her ability to lead.
Student leaders, elected by the student body, are given the opportunity to develop leadership skills and promote school spirit. Student leaders initiate, coordinate and implement an array of activities throughout the school year. Through Student Council, the Mini-Force, and involvement in many charitable and school fund-raising events, students are encouraged to take responsibility and ownership of many of the school's extra-curricular activities.
Study Mascot, Boomer, with Student Leaders at the 2019 Girls for Cure event.
MU GAMMA - Margaret Gordon, Class of/Promotion 1919
KAPPA RHO - Kathleen Rosamund, Class of/Promotion 1920
BETA LAMBDA - Beatrice Lyman, Class of/Promotion 1922
DELTA BETA for Dorothy Benson, Class of 1923
The annual sports event bringing together all houses, students and faculty to compete for the House Cup.