Welcome toSt. Clement’s School.

It’s different here at SCS. There’s something special going on, a kind of energy filled with curiosity and courage. It’s the way our students approach things, from learning to discovery to play. It’s the way we teach – more than just the requisite skills, the ability to think deeply, critically, creatively, and become more self-aware. 

We fundamentally believe each student is unique, and should be known and valued as such, and that if they are to develop and thrive, learning should be as unique as they are.

At SCS, your daughter will be challenged while being encouraged to be herself. She will be supported and will grow in ways you have yet to imagine.


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For Students

We don’t just want students at SCS to thrive. We want them to boldly thrive – to see disruption as opportunity, to seize change with agility and imagination, to tackle the complex world of tomorrow with confidence and character. SCS students will flourish because they are empowered by purpose and the ability to see themselves as agents of change, challenged by the unknown, challenged to architect their own self-sustaining journeys.  

Discover why SCS is the top choice for girls who want to create their own distinct path, and navigate it with confidence.

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Discover what it’s like to be a Clementine

 

 


 

For Parents

At St. Clement’s School, your child will be supported, encouraged, and challenged.

Our commitment to academic excellence has defined the SCS experience for over a century. Your child’s educational journey will be marked by academic rigour and a renewed curriculum that continually challenges and assesses the act of learning itself in an inclusive and safe environment. 

The goal is for each of our students to value learning as an outcome in itself, understanding it’s about the success of the journey, not just the destination.

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For Alums

You’ll find SCS alums at top universities around the world, and in careers in a wide variety of fields.

Our grads remain connected through mentorship opportunities, reunion events, in-person and virtual classroom visits, and SCS Connects – our online network.

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Summer Opportunities

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School’s out for summer for most of our teachers (a few will be here for a little while longer teaching summer school.) Have a great start to the summer, SCS! (And thank you to the Math Department for the send-off.) 😉
Today is National Indigenous Peoples Day, a day to celebrate, recognize, and honour the heritage, cultures, and valuable contributions made by First Nations, Inuit, and Métis across Canada. For generations, many Indigenous communities have celebrated their culture and heritage on or around June 21, due to the significance of the summer solstice. Indigenous Peoples Day serves as a reminder to Canadians to take time to recognize and celebrate the unique cultures of First Nations people, Inuit, and Métis. As a school, we are committed to seeking truth and acknowledging the impacts of colonialism today and every day.
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