The warmth of St. Clement’s School helped melt the newly-fallen snow on Bloor Street East yesterday afternoon as the annual Carol Service was presented at St.
Below are my words to our community at our Carol Service on December 19.
Good evening and welcome to our St. Clement’s Carol Service,
There were carols in the halls and on the steps of St. Clement’s School this week, all to herald in the holiday season and close out the calendar year.
St. Clement’s School was firmly in the holiday spirit on Friday, December 13, as the SCS community gathered in Powell Hall for the annual Junior School Christmas Program.
Earlier this month, Sydney G. and Elizabeth S. (both ’21) ventured to Borneo to volunteer at an orphanage as part of a Round Square International Service project.
On Friday, I attended our Junior School Christmas Program and watched with a warm heart as in St. Clement’s tradition, our Grade 1s presented The Christmas Birth Story,
The Beaver Computing Challenge is a problem-solving contest run by the University of Waterloo, with a focus on computational and logical thinking. Questions are inspired by topics in computer science,
The Grade 10 Music Class not only set out to learn a new song this week, but also to tackle it using a new instrument.
There was a jingling in St. Clement’s School on Monday. The sound drifted up the stairs, swirled about the Christmas tree in the foyer and weaved throughout the halls intermingled with a hint of peppermint and a caress of chocolate.
Each year, St. Clement’s School selects one Grade 12 student to be the recipient of the Alumna Scholar Award. Based on character, leadership, scholarship, service,