This weekend I find myself in Ottawa. Time away always allows me to step back and think about things. I cannot believe that it is the end of May and yet another year is almost complete.
This year, the Young Round Square (YRS) and Horizons Programs orchestrated a joint initiative for students at Stanley Public School in Toronto.
The two programs involved in this collaboration already shared some similar notes: YRS prepares Grade 7 and 8 students for life outside of the classroom through service,
Following discussions that began at a 2011 Round Square Conference, St. Clement’s new exchange with the Vidya Devi Jindal School (VDJS) in Hisar found Grade 11 students Kate and Naomi and Grade 10 student Kaitlyn experiencing life in India for close to a month.
The topic of women in leadership is one about which I am passionate, and I am fortunate to be able to teach a course on this topic at our CAIS Summer Leadership Institute.
The Youth and Philanthropy Initiative (YPI) is an international program that aims to develop community leaders. Participants are given a hands-on, reality-based look at philanthropy,
I read a tweet this morning posted by Dr. Peter Singer, CEO of Grand Challenges of Canada that reminded me of how lucky I am,
On Tuesday evening St. Clement’s joined forces with Bishop Strachan School, Branksome Hall and Havergal College to host a first annual Collaborative Girls’ School event,