Every February, Canadians are invited to participate in Black History Month events and festivities that honour the legacy of Black Canadians, past and present. February was first officially recognized as Black History Month in Canada in December 1995,
Paige H. ’19 has always been passionate about volunteerism and charity work. She returned to SCS for her Grade 11 year hoping to form a club focused around philanthropy.
On my bulletin board above my desk are a number of quotations. This past week, one in particular reminded me of the importance of the work we do and how privileged we are to do it.
Ahoy! What first comes to mind when you think of a pirate? Do you envision a one-legged buccaneer with a parrot on his shoulder? Maybe your thoughts go straight to a treasure map,
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,
Last week, Kelsey Edmunds, our Director of IT, came by my office to show me a thank you note written to her and the IT Department from students in Grade 7.
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,
Michael Harris, Canadian author of The End of Absence, wrote a thought-provoking piece in The Globe and Mail this weekend,
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.