St. Clement’s School believes that education is not just about succeeding academically; it’s about ensuring our girls achieve their potential outside the classroom as well. Our pioneering LINCWell program does just that.
St. Clement’s School is an independent school: a school that is governed by a Board of Governors who work at arm’s length to support the Principal and Administration as we enact our School’s strategic plan.
The power to voice one’s opinion is vital; however, we must not underestimate the power of listening and hearing others as well.
On Saturday, millions of women, their families and friends marched in support of women’s rights- whether it was in Washington,
In the middle of a grey week, our youngest Junior School students are brightening things up by participating in Winter Wednesday! What started as a creative way to introduce indoor activity during the cold winter months has grown into a program that involves faculty and staff throughout the school who want the opportunity to spend time with our youngest students and share a hobby or skill with them.
I have been wondering about the benefits of saving time over the past week. Time continues to be an important issue for me and, I believe, an important issue to keep front of mind for our community.
Our Junior School provides a supportive and nurturing community where our young learners thrive. Learning is supported by an emphasis on excellence, respect, integrity, community, creativity and spirituality.
Ringing in a new year provides a time for reflection and an opportunity to consider what the future will bring. Typically, one takes stock of what one has accomplished and resolves to accomplish various tasks and goals over the coming year.