Soccer isn’t new to Clara H. ’21 – now in Grade 9, she’s been playing the sport since Grade 5. At her previous school, the soccer team didn’t have a goalkeeper so she volunteered to play that position.
Last week, I read a poignant article in the Chronicle of Higher Education entitled In Praise of Adequacy by Rachel Judith Weil,
Every year, the Global Ideas Institute (GII) gives students in Grade 11 and 12 the opportunity to consider a real-world, far-reaching problem, and propose and develop an innovative solution.
Sambea C. ’19 and Francesca B. ’22 met at a Spanish Culture Club meeting last year and, while they shared an appreciation for Spanish language,
This past Tuesday, I spoke with our community about hope as we began a New Year and I thought I would include these words as my weekly blog.
It’s no surprise that Sally Saunders ’53 went into a caregiving field; when she recalls her time at SCS, her service work at St. Christopher’s House is among her favourite memories.
As a new term is about to begin, I reflect on the headspace in which I, admittedly, began my holiday: tired, feeling some trepidation for what busy family time might bring,