St. Clement’s alumna and acclaimed documentary filmmaker Nancy Lang ’76 returned to the School on February 12 to present a private screening of her latest work Margaret Atwood: A Word After a Word After a Word is Power to Grades 11 and 12.
February 11 is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Created by UN Women (The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women) in December 2015,
To reinforce the notion that talking about mental health and well-being should happen regularly, not just on one particular day, SCS’s student Wellness Committee and the LINCWell Department partnered on a Well-being Week to usher out January.
Several weeks ago, while Ms Lamont’s Grade 4 class was studying current events, news of the wildfires in Australia arose. The class was deeply moved by photographs and video of towering blazes,
Sara Rotenberg ’15 has called Singapore and Washington, DC home since graduating from St. Clement’s School, and she’s recently learned her next destination: Oxford, England. Not only will she be starting at the University of Oxford next fall,
The first edition of SCS’s new Alumnae Book Club was held in the Lassonde Library in November to great acclaim with former SCS English teacher Ruth Griffiths leading a lively discussion on Ian McEwan’s novel,
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. Paul’s Church.
Despite the cold temperatures,
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.
The Junior School were assembled on the front steps to welcome everyone to another day with a few old favourites and to greet our neighbours in the community.
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. With every grade providing a first rate festive performance,
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.
Round Square is an organization of more than 200 independent schools in more than 40 countries.