We don’t just talk about our mission.
Here’s how we live it.

Passion

The countdown is on

Only 11 days until Lumina is upon us. This year, Caroline Monahan ’16 and Nicole Ng ’16 have produced a show that will Elevate Design....
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Courage

House Dodgeball: Staff vs. Students Photo Gallery

HOUSE DODGEBALL! STAFF VS. STUDENTS! The Students were the Champions but the Staff put up a great fight. Good game everyone!
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Curiosity

Follow Your Curiosity

I am a big believer that things happen for a reason. Often I find myself tuning into a program just as it starts, or even...
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Principal’s Blog
May 28, 2017

The Building of Friendships

On Friday, our Grade 11 class held their Friendship Assembly for the Graduating Class. This is a tradition that affords our Grade 11s an opportunity...

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Principal’s Blog
May 21, 2017

Is It 'Cool' To Be Stressed?!?

I have had many conversations over the last several weeks about stress. What both fascinates and concerns me is that there seems to be a...

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Inside Our Walls
May 18, 2017

Sheer MADDNESS!

Our girls are mad about the Arts. At this year’s annual Arts Banquet, MADDNESS, they had an opportunity to explore a variety of art forms...

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Principal’s Blog
May 15, 2017

It's Not Just the Message That Counts

This week I received two separate hard copy letters from students, and these, and an article, reminded me of the power of communication, and, more...

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Principal’s Blog
May 7, 2017

Hindsight is 20/20

As we continue to work on our strategic plan for the upcoming three years, I am mindful that its goals are planned to be completed...

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Inside Our Walls
May 3, 2017

3 reasons young alumnae should keep in touch

Although you may have left the bricks & mortar of the School, you never truly leave St. Clement’s behind. In fact, there are several advantages...

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Principal’s Blog
April 30, 2017

Standing Out

St. Clement’s School’s mission is to develop outstanding women who are intellectually curious, courageous and compassionate. When this mission was developed by our community five...

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Inside Our Walls
April 26, 2017

The five types of people you’ll see at SCS Alumnae Reunion Weekend

With the St. Clement’s Alumnae Reunion Weekend just around the corner, it’s time to make sure you’ve RSVP’d and are ready to celebrate with friends,...

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Principal’s Blog
April 23, 2017

Looking in to Speak Out

This past Thursday, Reverend Andrew Federle led our Easter Service at St. Clement's Church. At the end of his homily, he advised us that St....

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Inside Our Walls
April 21, 2017

Is All-Girls the Right Fit for Your Daughter?

If you’re considering an all girls’ school next fall, your first step in the process is happening this spring! On Saturday, April 29, the National...

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Inside Our Walls
April 19, 2017

Mathletes

Earlier this month, eight of our Grade 7 and 8 students participated in the ISOMA Math Olympics, a fun, challenging mathematics competition for Middle School...

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Principal’s Blog
April 17, 2017

A Woman's Place is in The House

Over the last four years, Bishop Strachan School, Branksome Hall, Havergal College and St. Clement's School have hosted a Girls' Schools Collaborative Speaker Series to...

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Inside Our Walls
April 11, 2017

What makes SCS unique?

If you're on the search for a great independent school, you might be wondering if St. Clement’s is a good fit for you (if you’re...

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Principal’s Blog
April 9, 2017

The Importance of Solitude in Developing Relationships

On Wednesday evening, St. Clement’s School hosted Dr. Sherry Turkle as our final speaker in our Parents’ Association sponsored LINCWell Speaker Series. Dr. Turkle is...

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Inside Our Walls
April 4, 2017

A Woman’s Place is in the House of Commons

This spring, our collaborative girls' schools speaker event returns, and the topic couldn't be more timely. On Wednesday, April 19, St. Clement’s, Bishop Strachan, Branksome,...

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Principal’s Blog
April 3, 2017

The Power of Fiction

Those who know me well, know that I love reading, particularly fiction, and nonfiction pertaining to education, leadership and change. During holidays, I can often...

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