Over the last several months our staff at St. Clement’s have been discussing the importance of diversity and, most recently, the notion of identity. During a workshop in December we were asked to consider,
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Today is Windsor House Day! Hope you remembered to wear purple! Check out some of the highlights from assembly this morning.
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The Grade 7s have been working hard over the last few weeks to prepare for the upcoming Water Fair, and today they were able to present to us all of their hard work!
As I sat in the airport awaiting a flight to San Francisco for an annual meeting of The Heads’ Network, an association of principals of girls’ schools, I was reading Marsha Lederman’s article in The Globe and Mail entitled “Burst Your Comfort Bubble- If Only for the Thrill.” Lederman says,
Registration is now open for Summer School! St. Clement’s School offers a number of Ontario credit courses from Monday, June 20 to Friday, July 15. Torn between extra credits and camp?
Last week I was very fortunate to attend the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS) first-ever Global Forum. NCGS is the leading advocate for girls’ schools, connecting and collaborating globally with individuals,
Today, our Middle School students had a visit from Morgan Weinberg, a young woman from Whitehorse who traded university to help children in Haiti in the aftermath of the devastating 2010 earthquake.
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It was a colourful celebration this week at SCS! From lip syncs, to skits, to locker decorations and a Snapchat challenge, there were so many ways to express our spirit!
There is nothing better than reading or hearing about research and then being able to witness the findings yourself.
On Wednesday evening, with thanks to our Parents Association,