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Passion. Courage.Curiosity.

St. Clement’s School is committed to developing outstanding women who are intellectually curious, courageous, and compassionate.

If our mission speaks to you, we want to hear from you.

The SCS Team

Every member of the SCS team is passionate and dedicated to creating and fostering a unique and innovative environment for our students and community. Developing character, provoking curiosity, fostering compassion, building school spirit, and having a sense of humour and fun – these are the hallmarks of the SCS experience.

Professional Development

Our staff, like our students, are driven by their passion, courage, and curiosity and are encouraged to continuously learn, grow, and develop. At SCS we foster a culture of continuous development and support by providing a wide range of professional development opportunities.

Working at SCS

Members of our faculty and staff at SCS enjoy the advantage of working in a close-knit and creative community of professionals who are passionate about what they do! Our team also enjoys benefits including:

  • Teaching salaries competitive with, or above, Toronto District School Board
  • A comprehensive health and wellness benefit plan
  • Ontario Teachers Pension Plan contributions or an RRSP Program (for non-OCT staff)
  • Access to our fitness resources and staff fitness classes
  • Generous time off, including summer hours for business & operations staff
  • The opportunity to coach and take part in school trips
  • Opportunities to give back to our community through service initiatives

Diversity and Inclusion

St. Clement’s School is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. We value each community member’s identity and well-being. Together, we learn and grow by embracing multiple perspectives, experiences, and cultures. Our differences are our strengths.


Environmental awareness and action is a key component of our School culture. Certified at the Gold level by Ontario EcoSchools, our commitment influences our policies and behaviour.

Equal Opportunity

St. Clement’s School is an equal opportunity employer. Accommodations for disabilities will be provided where needed, on request, to support employment applicants with disabilities to participate in our recruitment process.

For further questions, please contact hr@scs.on.ca

Current Opportunities

We welcome and encourage interested applicants for both teaching and non-teaching positions to apply to SCS through the online application service Apply to Education by clicking on “Apply to SCS” below.

For additional instructions on “How to Apply” or to create “Job Alerts”, please see further instructions below.

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Current Openings at SCS

Communications and Digital Marketing Specialist
Thu, November 30th 2023

St. Clement’s School (SCS) is currently seeking a Communications and Digital Marketing Specialist (Specialist) to join our team. The Specialist is one of our resident storytellers and photographers. This role is responsible for creating engaging and on-brand content in order to effectively share the stories of SCS utilizing skills in copywriting,

Associate Teacher and Athletics Assistant
Tue, October 31st 2023

St. Clement’s School is currently looking for an Associate Teacher and Athletics Assistant (“Associate Teacher”) to join our School for the 2023-2024 School year commencing immediately. The Associate Teacher works with classroom teachers to help support student learning and achievement through individual,

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There's something special going on here at SCS. If you're applying to become a part of our spirited, small school community for the 2024-2025 academic year, applications are open! You have until October 31 to take advantage of our early bird application fee pricing. Questions about your application? Reach out to the Admissions Team: admissions@scs.on.ca or visit the link in bio.
Today, the country we now call Canada observes the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. As Principal Perry shared, “…we are grateful to our staff and to our Indigenous partners for facilitating learning for our community about the harm of residential schools on Indigenous Peoples over generations.

In addition to learning within our School, we must each do our own learning, working to both acknowledge the truths of the residential school system and work in whatever way we can to change systems/practices to prevent injustices like these happening again.”
Grades 7 and 12 say goodbye to Camp Arowhon in Algonquin Park after four days of Experiential Learning and fun. We can’t wait to hear all about it!
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