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Megan O’Reilly, Communications Manager
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BSS Celebrating 150 Years
150 YEARS OF
STORIES

The Bishop Strachan School Story

Since 1867, we have believed that girls deserve a strong academic foundation. Though this was once a radical concept – we’ve always known it to be true, holding strong with our mission: Inspire Girls to be Fearless. Educate Girls to be Leaders. A not-for-profit charitable organization, BSS was built on philanthropy. Our curriculum and teaching approach is based in a strong belief in the power of our students to change the world for the better. While at BSS, girls learn first-hand that they can do anything – with experiential, problem- and project-based learning at the heart of what we do.

Media Kit

This only happens every 150 years…

This year, we’ve got a lot to celebrate. Alongside Canada, we have 150 years of strong heritage, growth and evolution to commemorate. Looking to the future, we’re thrilled to open a brand new building with state-of-the-art facilities that will integrate STEM and the arts like never before, designed with creativity, collaboration and out-of-the-box thinking in mind.

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BSS is proud of our stories and we invite journalists to connect with us at any time.

Talk to our experts in:

  • Girls’ Education
  • Single Gender Schools
  • STEM (science, technology, engineering, math)
  • The Arts
  • Canada and World History
  • International Students
  • JK to Grade 12 Curriculum
  • Technology & Innovation in Education

The Latest and Greatest at BSS

Click here to watch our 150th Anniversary video
A Brief History of BSS
From the first day of school in 1867 to the present. It’s been quite a ride!
Click here to watch a testimonial from Steven Moccio
Why BSS?
Renowned composer Stephan Moccio shares his thoughts on BSS.
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Why BSS?
BSS alum Valerie WITTINGHAM Pringle ’71 shares thoughts on her time at BSS.
Click here to discover the impacts of the BSS Financial Assistance Program
Talk About Impact
A look at the achievements of BSS students who have received Financial Assistance.
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Signature of a BSS Girl
Learn more about the
attributes of a BSS girl.
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All about teen girls
Author Lisa Damour at BSS
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Building Momentum
Girls are going to love
this new space!
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Women, Work and the World
Two accomplished international advocates explore the paths that lead to the greatest public good.

Built to last

Here are a few reasons that BSS girls who want to change the world become women who do