Last week, we recognized the importance of community and SCS’s place in it! The goal of SCS Community Week was to emphasize our partnerships with various organizations in a meaningful and engaging way.
From Thursday to Saturday of this past week, Ms Henricks and I attended the White Privilege Conference held at Ryerson University while faculty member Ms Singhal and eight of our girls from Grades 10-12 attended the one-day Institute on Wednesday.
This past weekend, St. Clement’s School welcomed back Alumnae from 1948 to 2017 as we celebrated our annual Alumnae Reunion Weekend. Over the course of three days we welcomed and caught up with our intellectually curious,
This coming weekend is one of the most eagerly anticipated around SCS – when we welcome back hundreds of our alumnae over the course of three days!
Teaching our girls about the issues facing Canada’s Indigenous peoples has long been a focus at SCS, beginning with the creation of a Native Studies course ten years ago and the nurturing of a long-term partnership between the School and the Moose Cree First Nation in Moose Factory,
On Thursday, April 26, the sun was shining and the temperature outside rose to a balmy 15 degrees. Some might call that the perfect spring day – a perfectly timed one,
Over this past week- one where tragedy hit our city with the loss of ten and injury of another fifteen as a result of a van being used as a weapon- there has been a lot of commentary about the reaction of people to what was an unexpected and terrible event.
St. Clement’s has a way with numbers, and it has all added up recently to some very exciting math results!
The Fermat Mathematics Contest is written in February at the University of Waterloo and is open to Grade 11 students and below.
On Sunday, at the end of National Volunteer Week, as I was preparing to write my blog expressing my thanks to our vast number of St.
On April 12, sixteen St. Clement’s students really got dramatic. The girls in the Senior ADA4M drama class, with crew members from the ADA3M class,