This week on Tuesday, members from our St. Clement’s School Eco Team hosted assembly. They used this time to celebrate Earth Week, to educate our community on the detrimental impact of micro-plastics on our planet,
There’s always a lot to celebrate at St. Clement’s School, but recently the community gathered together for the biggest and grandest celebration of the year.
St. Clement’s School’s long-standing tradition of excellence in public speaking continued recently when Hannah Monger ’19 competed in the World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships.
I finished reading an excellent book this weekend by Dr. Dolly Chugh entitled The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias.
With lights dimmed low and music pumped high, the Powell Hall stage was converted to a runway for two days last weekend as the Lumina fashion design show sparkled at St.
On April 12 and 13, St. Clement’s School hosted the Spring AP Conference, the first time that an AP International Professional Development Event has been held in Canada.
This weekend I have been reflecting on a number of events and activities that have taken place over the last number of days both at SCS and outside our walls.
Favourite of Roman magistrates and Byzantine rulers, purple has long been a regal hue, adorning thrones, capes, vestments, and stoles. On April 5, St. Clement’s rang its royal colours for Windsor House Day and the School was bedecked in every possible shade from eggplant and plum to mulberry and lilac.
An organization’s mission statement is fundamentally important. As I often say, our St. Clement’s mission is like a filter through which we run decisions, programs and approaches to ensure that we are focused on doing what we say we are doing.