Teacher desk. Rectangular wooden table with a chair with backrest. On the table, an educational painting of a blue jay in a tree.


Education: Our Mission

Our school is the oldest educational institution for girls in North America. Founded in 1639 by Marie of the Incarnation for Native Americans and French girls, the institution has adapted and changed over the years. After the conquest, we opened the doors to young English girls, while maintaining an atmosphere of respect and open-mindedness. There are no boarders today. In 1998, the secondary school was closed to accommodate the growing primary school. The school was opened to boys in 2010, but classes for boys and girls are conducted separately. Finally, in 2014, we officially entrusted our school to lay people to allow them to carry on our mission.