Miss Edgar’s and Miss Cramp’s School | ECS, is a premier all girls, K-11, day school in Montreal, Quebec.

Vision

Limitless learning in a world of possibilities: together we will lead and inspire every girl, every day, in every way. 

Mission

Through bold leadership, courageous innovation rooted in research, and authentic engagement, our community will value and steward each girl’s distinct journey. 

Values

  • COLLABORATION – we understand that we become stronger by working together
  • COURAGE – we believe in ourselves, and our potential
  • AWARENESS – we are mindful of what we know about ourselves, others, and the world
  • ACCOUNTABILITY – we are answerable for our choices, behaviors, and actions
  • INTEGRITY – we strive to do the right thing, even when nobody is watching us

Miss Edgar’s and Miss Cramp’s School

Client
Miss Edgar’s and Miss Cramp’s

Services
SchoolAdvice Prime Services Subscription
Career Postings & Online Applications
Blog Content Creation
Student Recruitment & Family referral

ECS subscribes to SchoolAdvice Prime Services.  As a subscriber ECS career postings are posted on SchoolAdvice and promoted in the Featured Careers section for a period of 10 days. SchoolPress blog posts have been created and linked to ECS’s Custom Profile.  SchoolAdvice family clients have been successfully referred to and enrolled at ECS.
As one of Canada’s leading all girls school, SchoolAdvice is pleased to recommend ECS to families seeking single sex, progressive school options for their daughters.  SchoolAdvice has worked closely with ECS over the years as both a service provider and in our admissions consulting capacity.
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