Moscow School of the Order of St Catherine

The Moscow School of the Order of St Catherine (Russian: Московское училище ордена Святой Екатерины) was a girls' school in Moscow, Russia, between 1802 and 1918. It was a fashionable girl school for students from noble and rich burgher families (divided in different classes until 1842), which was the Moscow equivalent to the Smolny Institute of St Petersburg. It belonged to the first educational institutions in Moscow.

Moscow School of the Order of St Catherine

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  • Московское училище ордена Св. Екатерины 1803-1903 гг.: Исторический очерк. Составлен по поручению Совета Училища Комиссией преподавателей под общей редакцией инспектора классов В. А. Вагнера. М., [печатня А.Снегиревой], 1903. VIII, [4], 560 с.; 3 л. портретов.