SCS Health and Physical Education teacher Ms Peggy Donohue recently shot for a guest speaker for her Recreation and Healthy Active Living Leadership class; she scored with an Alumna.
Our Grade 1 students have been getting to know some Community Helpers recently. As part of their learning, Ms Chan’s class received a virtual visit from Alumna Amy Ouchterlony ’98.
Ms Chan’s Grade 1 students are learning about Community Helpers, and they recently had the opportunity to hear from one such helper when SCS Alumnae Laura Power ’15 stopped by virtually.
The doors to London’s British Museum may currently be closed due to COVID-19, but that didn’t stop Ms Chisholm’s Grade 4 class from having an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour with a St.
The SCS Alumnae Book Club gathers virtually for its second evening of the 2020-2021 series on November 24, 2020 from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
After the success of the first evening on October 1 when former St.
According to the Oxford Learner’s Dictionary, to collaborate means to work together with somebody in order to produce or achieve something. One of the competencies or skills we wish to foster in our girls is the ability to collaborate.
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.
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.
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 following is an interview published in our Red Blazer magazine in Fall 2018.
It is often said that the best path forward is rarely a straight line,