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, a professor of history at Cornell.
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. Through this Institute,
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, art, and food, at the end of the school year,
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.
There is nothing better than being together as an entire community to celebrate a New Year and a new term.
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,