Despite a snowstorm, Ms Chisholm’s Grade 4 class made a trip to a veterinary clinic recently. The trip was virtual, of course, but the excitement and curiosity were just as real as if the students had been there in person.
Spirit Week has always been a big deal at St. Clement’s School. It’s an annual celebration of everything that is creative and spirited. It features fun competitions by grade,
Ms Chisholm’s Grade 4 class took a virtual trip to Hollywood North recently with an Alumna as their guide.
With roles in The Handmaid’s Tale,
Our regular Wednesday full-school virtual gathering was a special e-STEM-bly this week, in advance of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11.
Rose Hegele ’11 has always loved anything to do with sound and knew that her dream was to have a career in music. This week,
“Hatred is never right, compassion is never wrong.”
St. Clement’s School recently marked International Holocaust Remembrance Day with a virtual visit by Holocaust survivor Dr.
Ms Chisholm’s Grade 4 class took a whirlwind trip to Thailand this past Monday, ably led by Alumnae Maggie (Lee) Chotibut ’02.
The visit was virtual,
Amongst the many things for which St. Clement’s School is renowned are the strength of its community and the outstanding women it produces. To kick off this week and for the foreseeable future,
Each school year, St. Clement’s School’s student leaders select a charity to support through fundraising efforts and a general awareness campaign. At this week’s essembly, the Prefects announced that the charity adopted for the 2020-2021 school year is Visions of Science.
St. Clement’s School’s roots in the local community are long and rich. From our origins in the parish hall of St. Clement’s Church, the School has very much been a part of its surroundings since its founding in 1901.