In 1979, SCS introduced a School publication, the Red Blazer, named after our most iconic piece of the School uniform. At the time, the Board of Governors hoped the newsletter format would become a valuable link in bringing all members of the School community closer.
Principal Martha Perry ’85 would love for you to join her on Monday, October 24 at the first of three Principal’s Book Club meetings for the 2016-2017 school year. This term we are reading Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World by Adam Grant.
In addition to our robust academic program, St. Clement’s School provides students with an innovative leadership framework. To us, leadership means more than having a title or organizing a school- or grade-wide event.
On Saturday morning, I dropped by St. Clement’s as our staff and girls hosted the Annual Fall Fulford Impromptu Debate. While our girls do not compete at this event, I enjoy seeing students from so many schools demonstrating exceptional debating skills- skills that I believe are vitally important for everyone as they learn and grow.
After attending a Math class about vectors and a Business Leadership class in which the girls were determining their values for the year, I was reminded of our girls’ important role in their learning experiences.
Janet MacKinnon taught at St. Clement’s School for 35 rewarding years. To Janet, these years seemed to pass in the blink of an eye. “Seeing my students learn, evolve, and develop into impressive young adults was nothing but a delight and joy,” recalls Janet.
SCS is proud to be a close-knit community, and our Parents’ Association (PA) plays a key role in nurturing it. This group of parent volunteers, led by Kimberley Cudney, PA President,
Over the last two weeks, the power of strong and positive student / teacher relationships has been highlighted over and over for me through a number of different interactions.
This morning our Grade 12 girls received one of the most iconic elements of the St. Clement’s School uniform: the coveted gold belt!
We start each school year by recognizing our graduating class at the Gold Belt and Leadership assembly.