Exceptional Student Experiences
The Study intersects with communities more than ever to provide opportunities that allow for authentic critical thinking, as well as exceptional student experiences. The goal: a school-wide culture that promotes individual and global consciousness.
Some of The Study’s educational community partnerships are long term arrangements, while others are one-time events that have a lasting impact on the students. Our global experience in Nicaragua gives Senior School students opportunities to learn outside of the classroom, such as preparing classes to teach at our sister school in Diria, Nicaragua. Grade 6 students benefit from the expertise of parents who are physicians and come in to the school to help broaden the students’ knowledge as they prepare their final grade 6 science project. Our annual participation in the Parlement des jeunes gives Senior School students the opportunity to travel to Quebec City to see firsthand how our provincial government functions and to participate in a 3-day authentic parliamentary experience. Indeed, from robotics to Technovation to visits to Radio-Canada studios, there are so many opportunities for enriching experiences for all our students.
our sister school in nicaragua
Amalia Liogas, Director of IT
This partnership is unique in that we have been able to see how the community has changed since the partnership began in 2010.
ivy league tour & student exchanges
Students in grades 10 & 11 have the opportunity to tour Ivy League Universities, all part of learning more about future educational possibilities. Students visit universities such as Harvard, MIT, Brown, Princeton and Yale and on each campus they often meet with Study alumnae. International student exchanges are also offered in Senior School, where girls experience student life in Australia, France and Britain and further develop a deeper understanding of foreign cultures.