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26th October 2017

Kindergarten Showcase Thurs Oct 26th

Prospective kindergarten students and their families are invited to experience the warm and vibrant bilingual environment where the exceptional education of young girls is at the heart of everything we do. TOUR @ 9am PRESENTATION @10am
3rd October 2017

Prime Minister's Science Fair

Two grade 3 students had the privilege of being invited to Ottawa to share their science prowess and their robot with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Priya, Catherine and their Techology teacher Ms Jacobsen also shared their robot project on Global Montreal! Click here to see the Global Mtl news clip.
17th September 2017

Exploring marvels of science - The Study Way

Study students are clearly active participants in the creation of solutions -- not merely witnesses -- see the winning result of this approach in this video.
5th September 2017

Fall Athletics Underway!

Fall athletics are currently underway! They include; cross-country running, soccer, volleyball, rowing and golf! All try-outs, practices and games are available on the Athletic Calendar.
2nd August 2017

Early Literacy in French & English

Nurturing a life-long love of learning with fluency and accuracy in both English and French are the goals. "My daughters are not learning French and English fortified; they are learning IN French and IN English," said M Monty a father of two Study students.
2nd August 2017

Record of Achievements 2016-2017 online!

The Study's Record of Achievements, highlighting the many academic, artistic and athletic achievements realized by our students and alumnae in the 2016-2017 academic year, is now online. Congratulations to all!
1st August 2017

Daily Bus Service from 4 Municipalities!

The Study offers families convenient daily bus service to and from The Study with bus routes from Laval, Ville St Laurent, the West Island and Nuns Island!
24th July 2017

Study student excels at World Scholar's Cup in Greece!

11th July 2017

Summer Reading & Supply Lists

Students entering grades 4 to 11 are required to read certain books over the summer. Click here to view the summer reading list and school supply list, by grade, for the coming school year. Happy summer reading!
10th July 2017

Careers - 3 positions available