St. Clement’s School’s mission is to develop outstanding women who are intellectually curious, courageous and compassionate. When this mission was developed by our community five years ago, the presence of the word outstanding was very purposeful.
With the St. Clement’s Alumnae Reunion Weekend just around the corner, it’s time to make sure you’ve RSVP’d and are ready to celebrate with friends, family, and SCS teachers past and present.
This past Thursday, Reverend Andrew Federle led our Easter Service at St. Clement’s Church. At the end of his homily, he advised us that St. Clement’s Church will be hosting a series in May reflecting on women’s voices and their place in ministry.
If you’re considering an all girls’ school next fall, your first step in the process is happening this spring!
On Saturday, April 29, the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS) presents Girls’ School Advantage: Toronto,
Earlier this month, eight of our Grade 7 and 8 students participated in the ISOMA Math Olympics, a fun, challenging mathematics competition for Middle School students. The girls worked individually,
Over the last four years, Bishop Strachan School, Branksome Hall, Havergal College and St. Clement’s School have hosted a Girls’ Schools Collaborative Speaker Series to bring our girls’ schools’ communities together to learn about topics that affect and challenge our girls,
If you’re on the search for a great independent school, you might be wondering if St. Clement’s is a good fit for you (if you’re a student) or for your daughter and your family (if you’re a parent).
On Wednesday evening, St. Clement’s School hosted Dr. Sherry Turkle as our final speaker in our Parents’ Association sponsored LINCWell Speaker Series. Dr. Turkle is a renowned sociologist,
This spring, our collaborative girls’ schools speaker event returns, and the topic couldn’t be more timely.
On Wednesday, April 19, St. Clement’s, Bishop Strachan, Branksome, and Havergal will co-present an inspiring panel discussion and Q &
Those who know me well, know that I love reading, particularly fiction, and nonfiction pertaining to education, leadership and change. During holidays, I can often determine just how much I relax by the number of books I read.