There were many accolades at our 2020 Athletic Banquet, a time to honour all Study athletes for their love of sport!
Under the guiding influence of The Study's exceptional faculty and staff, you will enjoy discovering your unique gifts and developing your new talents.
With forward thinking pedagogy that reaches beyond knowledge acquisition students participate in learning experiences that keep them motivated and engaged.
Study students are inspired and engaged in philanthropy, they give generously of their time, talent and treasures.
Each student is encouraged to develop her own voice and discover the ability to lead.
Celebration of the Arts! The Study is celebrating creativity and musicality with a 4-part virtual Arts Festival. Thank you to all The Study girls who participated and to Ms. Metwalli, Ms. Papamihelakis, Ms. Pannell, Ms. Rosenbaum and Ms. Liogas.
The graduating class of 2020 were surprised and thrilled to receive special lawn signs to celebrate their graduation. We are immensely proud of the resilience of our Class of 2020 as are their families.
To mark the exceptional 9-year tenure of Nancy Lewis Sweer as Head of The Study, the Board of Governors has created the “Nancy Lewis Sweer Leader of Tomorrow Scholarship”.
These lovely paintings are a culmination of the work of Art option students in grades 9, 10 & 11. Take the time to enjoy these beautiful creations!
We were excited to have Ms McInnes, our new Head of School, effective July 1st, join us at our third e-Assembly! View our Assembly.
View our Assembly! Like all others before, it includes messages from our Head of School Mrs Sweer, our Head Girl Julianna Farias, ...
Head of School, Mrs Sweer, addresses The Study community as we rise to the challenge and transition to an online learning environment.
As part of our French curriculum, Grade 11 students participated in a Radio-Canada workshop, producing a twenty-minute ICI LE MONDE EXPRESS news segment.
Congrats to all elementary students who participated in the Paul Gérin-Lajoie dictation (PGL) educational challenge aimed at improving French province-wide. Good luck to Yasmine in grade 6 who will represent The Study at the Regionals.