Most parents have been warned about the stress of raising a teen girl: the friction with friends, the rush of emotions, the stinging rudeness followed by sweet affection. But a girl’s teen years don’t have to feel like a tangled mess for you or her.
The title of this blog will make most sense to those who have read the book Quiet by Susan Cain. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking is a powerful reflection on the importance of understanding and leveraging the capacity of both introverts and extroverts in our communities.
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This morning was the Junior School Interest Fair. Stage lighting, carpentry, stop motion, art, cooking, acting… the list goes on! There was so much to participate in!
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This year instead of House Plays, the House Heads tried out a new format- House Improv! The results were hilarious and tons of fun, check out some highlights in the above gallery!
I venture to guess that the title of this blog may have grabbed your attention; it seems an odd subject, particularly when associated with St. Clement’s School, a school for high-achieving girls and young women where activity is the norm.
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If you missed SCS’s amazing and incredibly moving performance of The Diary of Anne Frank, you can check out some highlights from the show in the gallery above!
Forget about Taco Tuesday. This week at St. Clement’s, every day is serving up a different dish. And our Carnaval 2016 festivities, which kicked off Monday, aren’t just about tempting SCS’ taste buds – the annual celebration of languages and culture will highlight and explore notable women across the languages taught at SCS!