Grade 4 students Paige T., Emily S., and Kathryn W. spend a lot of time together underwater. They first met on dry land – at SCS, to be specific. The school friends decided to try synchronized swimming together three years ago,
SCS spirt is proudly on display year-round – but this is a particularly spirited time of year! Our annual #SCSSpiritWeek kicked off Monday morning, and even though this was a short week leading into the Half-Term Holiday,
As the leaders of the Junior School, our Grade 6s are ready to embrace additional opportunities. For starters, they are leading our Grades 1 to 6 girls straight to healthy habits!
We shared an exciting athletics announcement in this morning’s assembly! Two of our grads will continue to develop their strong sports skills at university next year.
Breakfast gives us the energy we need to start the day off right. It boosts brain power and concentration, and provides our bodies with important nutrients after hours of sleeping.
Soccer isn’t new to Clara H. ’21 – now in Grade 9, she’s been playing the sport since Grade 5. At her previous school, the soccer team didn’t have a goalkeeper so she volunteered to play that position.
Every year, the Global Ideas Institute (GII) gives students in Grade 11 and 12 the opportunity to consider a real-world, far-reaching problem, and propose and develop an innovative solution. Through this Institute,
Sambea C. ’19 and Francesca B. ’22 met at a Spanish Culture Club meeting last year and, while they shared an appreciation for Spanish language, art, and food, at the end of the school year,
It’s no surprise that Sally Saunders ’53 went into a caregiving field; when she recalls her time at SCS, her service work at St. Christopher’s House is among her favourite memories.