Miss Edgar’s and Miss Cramp’s is a Kindergarten to Grade 11 school with over 100 years of experience in educating girls and young women and empowering them with self-awareness, confidence and connectedness.
Balancing work and play
Miss Edgar’s and Miss Cramp’s School (ECS) balances work and play, focused study with unrestricted imagination and welcomes girls who are eager to learn and who will contribute to the school’s vibrant community. “Girls are our specialty. We know they need unique approaches and environments to develop their strengths as learners, critical thinkers and empathetic young citizens,” says Holly Potter, Director of Communications at ECS.
Nestled in the heart of beautiful Westmount, at the corner of Cedar and Mount Pleasant Avenues minutes from downtown Montreal, all three divisions of ECS are housed in one building, extending from the original historic home that is now the base of the Junior School.
Well begun is half done ...
Thanks to the ECS philosophy and programme, graduates are fully prepared to study at the finest Canadian institutions, Ivy League schools, or abroad. Grade 11 students typically go on to study in their “first-choice” programmes at Quebec CEGEPs, or in Grade 12 programmes within or outside of Quebec.
ESC girls remain connected to their alma mater. The “Old Girls” find their ESC friends are friends for life, who can be counted on for their unwavering support and loyalty. “Parents fall in love with ECS because it is a home-away-from-home for their child. Here, their daughter will be known for her unique personality by teachers, students, and staff. She will be challenged and stimulated, and will become responsible for her own lifelong learning,” says Potter.