This past Tuesday, with great thanks to our Parents’ Association, St. Clement’s School hosted Julie Lythcott-Haims as our first 2017-2018 LINCWell speaker. Lythcott-Haims, past Freshman Dean at Stanford University and mother of two teenagers,
Month: September 2017
How we shine: 2016-2017 student achievements
Each year, our girls have an opportunity to put their knowledge, comprehension, and skills into practice by participating in academic contests. These opportunities allow students to challenge themselves outside of SCS and we are so proud of them for taking these on.
The Peace of Wild Things
On Sunday morning, after being blessed with a weekend of hiking and being outdoors with friends, I came across American novelist Wendell Berry’s poem entitled The Peace of Wild Things and was immediately taken by it.
The Benefit of Rigour
On Thursday evening, we hosted the first of two Curriculum Nights at St. Clement’s, this one for parents of students in Grades 9-12. The evening started with a session about applying to Canadian Universities and along with the important specifics,
The school year kicks off!
We’re only two weeks into the school year and, already, so much has happened. Here are the top five things that have kicked the school year off to a great start:
Michaela Hill ’18 delivered her first assembly address as Head Girl.
When dim sum helps define your future
“I certainly wasn’t on a direct path to what I’m doing now, but I also wouldn’t have landed my job at Google without all of the experiences that came before it.”
PA Welcome BBQ
Thank you to the Parents’ Association for hosting their annual PA Welcome BBQ this past Monday! It was a fun and exciting affair for our whole community, with games, prizes,
The Power of Community
Last week as our school community returned for the beginning of a new year, I was reminded several times about the strength and support we afford each other as we learn and grow together- whether in the School or outside its walls.
The beginning of a School year has always been a time of happy anticipation for me- when I was a student and now as an educator. There is a sense of excitement and hope for the upcoming year and all that it will bring.