“To create one’s world in any of the arts takes courage,” once proclaimed American artist Georgia O’Keeffe. With courage being a characteristic that’s never in short supply at St.
St. Clement’s School’s Alumnae Book Club, hosted by former SCS English teachers, gets started next Thursday, November 21 with the first of four meetings this school year!
SCS’s beloved mascot, Penguin, recently had a visit from a few of her closest friends. The Toronto Raptors’ Raptor, the Toronto Maple Leafs’ Carlton the Bear,
The Senior Soccer team travelled to Stanstead College in Quebec for the CAIS National Tournament in October. They finished the regular season in 5th place and went on to defeat 4th place Holy Trinity School before losing to Havergal College in the semifinals.
The ACM Canadian Celebration of Women in Computing Conference (CAN CWIC) was held in Toronto on November 8 and 9 and St. Clement’s School’s Heidi H.
According to Squash Canada (www.squash.ca), squash is one of the fastest-growing sports in the world, played in 188 countries and territories.
The long weekend presents a little more time and space in which to step away. In my case, that often means taking some time to catch up on reading for pleasure.
St. Clement’s School paused to reflect on Remembrance Day at assembly on Thursday, November 7.
In respectful silence, the School assembled in the East Gym where the Senior and Chamber Choirs were singing.
We are pleased to share our 2018-2019 Annual Report of Giving and are so grateful for the support of our SCS Community.
The Fall 2019 issue of Red Blazer is out now. Learn about St. Clement’s School’s current Strategic Plan; the School’s commitment to well-being;