I write this blog after having just finished author and psychotherapist Dr. Lisa Damour’s new book entitled Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls.
Spirit is never in short supply at St. Clement’s School. It permeates every event and every classroom and is never more evident than during Spirit Week.
Each grade – and even staff – spent the week decked out in a specific colour that crept upwards from knee,
This past week was a wintery one, and it forced me to realize that one should never say never.
Almost exactly eight years ago, during my first winter as Principal of St.
St. Clement’s School holds ‘community’ as one of its values because we care deeply about who we are when we come together. Maintaining our small, close-knit community means working hard to build strong,
There’s a constant buzz of life at Yonge and Eglinton. From all-day traffic and never-ending construction, to the rumble of the subway and general hum of one of the city’s busiest neighborhoods.
Three things that happened this week have surprisingly converged to inform this blog post. Despite being very different, they provide a message about the importance of living life authentically, not conforming to it.