As I write this blog post, I am travelling from a Round Square International Conference hosted by Ashbury College in Ottawa, Ontario, to a National Coalition of Girls’ Schools Board of Trustees’ meeting and Educating Girls’ Symposium in Cleveland,
In their bright reds and canary yellows, their brilliant greens and regal purples, St. Clement’s School took over Eglinton Park on Friday, September 21, 2018 for the Terry Fox Run.
Over the last two weeks, our St. Clement’s students and staff have had the wonderful opportunity to hear from four of our student leaders who have shared their personal insights in assemblies.
As wisps of smoke drifted into clear blue skies and the sizzle of the grill filled the warm late-afternoon air, the St. Clement’s School community gathered on Monday, September 17,
In a piece in The Globe and Mail Opinion section this weekend entitled A Modern Dictionary four authors provide definitions in order to offer a guide to what inclusion means.
On Wednesday, September 12, an orderly tide of red blazers flowed across Duplex Avenue and more than a century of history to St. Clement’s Church.
Founded in the church’s Parish Hall in 1901,
As students returned to St. Clement’s this week, the community spirit and energy was palpable in the building. We were thrilled to welcome the girls back to School, and to welcome many parents at our Parents’ Association coffee on the first day of school.
In the last weekend of October, St. Clement’s School will welcome the world as it plays host to the International Independent Schools’ Public Speaking Competition (IISPSC).
Over the course of the past four decades,
I am smiling as I begin writing this early September blog. We are excited to be commencing another year and another opportunity to work with our Clementines from Grades 1-12.