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, July 12th

Record of Achievements 2018-2019 online!

The Study's Record of Achievements, highlighting the many academic, artistic and athletic achievements realized by our students and alumnae in the 2018-2019 academic year, is now online. Congratulations to all!
, June 19th

Congratulations Class of 2019!

More great women about to pursue their passion for commerce, creative arts, design, education, international relations, languages, law, media, music, health sciences, social sciences and other fields with offers from a number of outstanding post-secondary institutions.
, June 19th

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!
, June 18th

GMAA School Sportmanship

The Study is proud to again receive the GMAA School Sportmanship Banner. Many athletes were honoured MVPs in their respective sport. Congratulations to all our Study athletes ...
, June 14th

Livestream - Closing Ceremony June 14 @4pm

, June 3rd

Athletes honoured at Annual Banquet

Many outstanding athletic achievements were recently honoured at the Annual Athletic Banquet. Our keynote speaker, Shauna Denis joined Head of School Nancy Sweer in presenting the Athlete of the Year Award to Sophie Boulos. Hats off to our dedicated phys-ed teachers, coaches and mentors and to Sports Captain Lola Gilmore.
, May 28th

SOGA welcomes its newest members

, May 23rd

ARTS Festival extraordinaire!

Sneak peek into the Celebration of the Arts! Featuring an Elementary School 'Afternoon at the Movies' concert extravaganza, Senior School 'Night at the Movies' concert alongside various band performances, the Sr Choir, senior drama production and dance show and stunning artwork! - more
, May 22nd

Duke of Ed Adventurous Journey

This year, 18 girls challenged themselves to the 4-day - 33KM, adventurous journey in Mount Orford Provincial Park, all part of earning their Bronze or Silver Duke of Ed Award. The Duke Edinburgh Award is an internationally recognized program for young people, building their skills to equip them for life and work.
, May 22nd

Summer Reading Book Fair - View Lists