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.
February is Black History Month and was marked at assembly this morning by SCS’s Student Diversity Committee.
“Black History Month is a time to celebrate and recognize the contributions and achievements of Black people,” Jasmine H.
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.
On the second floor of St. Clement’s School today, there was a trail of small, neon-bright yellow feathers. They wound lazily from the stairwell before disappearing beyond a row of red lockers.
Ice Hockey is one of Canada’s national sports, celebrated from coast to coast, 45th parallel to Arctic Circle, and beyond. On February 18, 2020, St.
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.