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29th May 2017

Athletes honoured at Annual Banquet

Many outstanding athletic achievements were recently honoured at the Annual Athletic Banquet. Our keynote speaker, three-time hockey Olympic gold medalist Kim St. Pierre, joined Head of School Nancy Sweer in presenting the Athlete of the Year Award to Alex Brisebois.
25th May 2017

Priceless Parent volunteers!

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts to all of our many "priceless" volunteers. Your dedication to your daughters and their school resonates in all that you do at The Study year after year. MERCI!!
23rd May 2017

Autobiography Book Launch!

Creative writing en français par excellence! Grade 7 students delighted their parents with their superbly documented fictitious autobiography of a francophone character. Appropriately, the Book Launch event took place in the school's lovely Eve Marshall library.
17th May 2017

Elementary ARTS Festival extraordinaire!

The 50s-themed Concert (k to gr 5) was rockin'! The girls delighted all as they sang and danced their hearts out to 50s favorites like Rock Around the Clock, Lollipop and We Go Together. - Click for photos
1st May 2017

Give Week 2017 Begins Today!

24th April 2017

Summer Reading Book Fair May 5th - View Lists

20th April 2017

Badminton Bronze Medal Champs!

18th April 2017

Join Our Team - Careers

10th April 2017

All Girls' Leadership Conference - Highlights

5th Annual 'All Girls' Leadership Conference' was an outstanding success! "CLIMB: Connect, Live, Inspire, Motivate, Be" brought together over 350 girls in grades 5 to 7 from 12 schools. Thanks to many remarkable and inspirational speakers, all delegates left with a passion for leadership and a feeling of empowerment!
5th April 2017

Speed Mentoring

Quick career inspiration - 10 minutes at a time. Speed mentoring - a creative way to help senior school students be comfortable at networking with professionals. Ten Study alumnae returned to meet grade 10 and 11 girls for a marathon of ten-minute interviews about what to expect after they get out into “the real world."