After several conversations with current parents and alumnae over the last few days, I feel the need to challenge what I keep hearing: that there is tremendous pressure on students these days and that they must have a clear direction and solid answers as to where they are going whether it be in post-secondary,
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On Saturday I was pleased to see an article by Leah Eichler in The Globe and Mail supporting the notion that young people be made aware of the realities of the working world.
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Our first performance of the year at St. Clement’s was fittingly called Setting the Stage. The senior drama students stepped from the wings onto centre stage in Powell Hall – a first for many of them.
Fall in love with Anne Shirley all over again this Thursday, November 20 as the St. Clement’s Middle School students take to the stage of Powell Hall.
Adopted by siblings Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert,
St. Clement’s School is in our third year of a strategic plan with a number of priorities on the horizon. Coupled with goals focused on a balanced and inspiring program and local and global partnerships,
It has been reassuring to see the reported increase in sales of poppies to mark Remembrance Day- a symbol of thanks to those who have fought and lost their lives on behalf of our country and citizens.