In 1697, the Ursulines opened the first school for young girls in Trois-Rivières. For the next 300 years, the Ursuline religious community would dedicate themselves to education. They also founded a day school, a boarding school, a regular school, and a high school on the land adjacent to their monastery in Trois-Rivières.
This exhibition features hundreds of images that show the daily lives of students in these schools over three centuries.
This exhibition is exclusively available online. Take part from the comfort of your home HERE.