The Bishop Strachan School (BSS) ('Strachan' pronounced /ˈstrɔːn/) is a Canadian day and boarding school for girls. The School has approximately 900 students including 80 boarding students ranging from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12 (approximately ages 4–17). The School is named after John Strachan, the first Anglican bishop of Toronto, and was founded by John Langtry in 1867. The founders' intention was to educate girls to be leaders.
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