As part of its educational program, the Good Shepherd Museum of Quebec gives elementary and high school students alike an opportunity to learn about the role played by religious communities in the development of Quebec society, by teaching them the history of the Good Shepherd Institute. All educational activities encourage young visitors to tie current events to events in pre-Quiet Revolution Quebec. Students also have an opportunity to meet the sisters who have worked in the Congregation and helped to build the Quebec we know today.
Ministry of Education Program
All activities are in keeping with the Quebec Ministry of Education’s curriculum, and address social fields and French as the language of instruction. Although they focus on skill acquisition, all activities encourage young participants to reflect on their personal values.
All activities are offered from early September until late June.