M2001X.6.59 | School report of Hermine Fauteux
School report of Hermine Fauteux
1865, 19th century
21.5 x 17 cm
© McCord Museum
Keywords: School report (1)
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This is the school report of a young girl named Hermine Fauteux. She was a boarder in 1865 at a school in St-Laurent run by the Congregation of Sainte-Croix. The Congregation was founded in France in 1837 as a teaching order and invited by Bishop Bourget to come to Montreal in 1847.
This report shows that Fauteux's health was delicate and that she received a "B" in subjects such as French and English. "Manual work" probably refers to instruction in general housekeeping such as cooking, cleaning and washing. The report reveals how limited the curriculum was for a young girl in a religious school in the mid-19th century.
This is a paper report for a young girl.
The boarding school was located in St-Laurent, close to Montreal.
This report card was written on March 1, 1865, and signed by the Mother Superior, Sister Marie de Ste. Léocardie.
Hermine Fauteux was a boarder in 1865 at the religious school in St-Laurent run by the Congregation of Sainte-Croix.