Powell Hall was transported to Avonlea on November 23, as the SCS Middle School staged their production of Anne of Green Gables.
At St. Clement’s School we value curiosity so much that it informs much of what we do. Our School’s mission is to develop outstanding women who are intellectually curious,
On Friday, November 23, St. Clement’s School marked the Feast Day of its namesake, St. Clement, with a special assembly.
Canon Thomas Wesley Powell,
Late last school year, Hannah M. ’19 was on a website devoted to “…living well and doing good” when a story piqued her interest.
The website was run by a group of women who strive to make Toronto a better place for everyone,
At the end of September, I wrote about the wonderful and wise words delivered to the School community from our senior leaders. I was impressed by their reflection and insights and commented that their articulations were evidence that our purpose to help develop our girls’ sound values and character and ensure they thrive in their School years and beyond was,
Thank you! It’s National Philanthropy Day, and we would like to take the opportunity to say thank you.
Look behind any activity at SCS,
Many of the visitors to St. Clement’s School remark on the wonderful art that brightens almost every wall. Our girls’ paintings, sculptures, and photographs are displayed throughout the building from hallways and classrooms to offices and the Lassonde Library,
I am writing this blog entry on Remembrance Day, and the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One. As I do, I reflect on our own St.
On Friday, I gave a eulogy for past Board member and Alumna, Christine Featherstone ’67, at her memorial service.
While I believe strongly that each and every Clementine is an outstanding woman who deserves to be recognized,
Hallowe’en and candy traditionally go hand-in-hand, but 5-foot tall bags of Jelly Bellies strolling school hallways still raise an eyebrow or two even on October 31!