100 YEARS OF HISTORY AT THE STUDY
Margaret Gascoigne, The Study’s founder, begins to teach “things that matter” to five children in her Study on Drummond Street.
Move to apartment on Durocher Street to accommodate growing enrolment.
Move to house on Sherbrooke Street
Faculty has grown to ten, including Beaver Hall Group artist, Ethel Seath.
Move to Seaforth Avenue.
Purchase of Seaforth property. The Study is incorporated. A Board of Governors is established.
First school in Montreal to adopt the “House System”: Mu Gamma for Margaret Gordon ’20 and Kappa Rho for Kathleen Rosamond ’21.
The Study Old Girls’ Association (SOGA) is established.
First annual Church Service of Thanksgiving is held.
Two more Houses added: Beta Lambda for Beatrice Lyman ’22 and Delta Beta for Dorothy Benson ’23
Mary Harvey named second headmistress
First Bazaar held to raise funds for the war effort.
Katharine Lamont named third headmistress.
Purchase and move to Braeside.
The Study receives its first government grant.
Jean Scott named fourth headmistress.
The Study Endowment Fund (later to become The Study School Foundation), is founded.
Eve Marshall named fifth headmistress.
Flagship bilingual programme is introduced.
Phase I of “Building on Tradition” Campaign completed (new administration and science wing).
Mary Liistro Hebert named the sixth headmistress.
Phase II of “Building on Tradition” Campaign completed (new gymnasium).
Ground-breaking laptop programme is launched.
Elizabeth Falco named seventh Head of School.
Mary Liistro Hebert returns as Interim Head of School.
Nancy Lewis Sweer named eighth Head of School.
The Study celebrates its Centennial and launches its Dare to Dream Campaign.
The Study’s Board of Governors and The Study School Foundation’s Board initiate the process of becoming financially autonomous.