Welcome toSt. Clement’s School.
As a leading independent girls’ school in Toronto, St. Clement’s School is recognized for its longstanding commitment to academic rigour and excellence in a small, nurturing environment.
We’re a close-knit community that celebrates creativity, diversity, and innovation, where students from Grades 1 to 12 live, learn, and grow together under one roof. At SCS, every girl is known and valued.
SCS girls are involved in a range of pursuits – from academics to arts to athletics to co-curricular activities – all in a place that supports and challenges them.
Discover why SCS is the top choice for girls who want to create their own distinct path, and navigate it with confidence.
At St. Clement’s School, your daughter will be supported, encouraged, and challenged.
Our commitment to excellence has defined the SCS experience for over a century. Our program challenges every girl to think critically and creatively, and to problem solve both independently and collaboratively, in a supportive and nurturing environment.
Your time as a Clementine doesn’t end at graduation.
You’ll find SCS alumnae at top universities around the world, and in careers in a wide variety of fields. Our grads remain connected through mentorship opportunities, reunion events, and SCS Connects – our online network.
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