Co-Curricular Activitiesat SCS.
Whatever your passion, you can explore it at SCS.
You might enjoy softball, singing, and science; or creative writing, coding, and cross country running. We offer a supportive environment where our girls are encouraged to try new things.
Our robust Arts offerings provide students at every grade level with the opportunity for creative expression, enhanced problem-solving skills, and confidence building.
Our girls engage in the Arts through both the formal curriculum, and co-curricular activities and clubs. Whether they have a passion for the stage or for standing behind the camera, our girls can explore interests and participate in musical and drama productions, dance clubs and competitions, art shows, and musical and choral events.
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Powell Hall, our multipurpose performance and lecture hall, provides a versatile state-of-the-art theatre facility for both curricular and co-curricular learning. Students also use our dance studio and music room, complete with soundproof practice rooms, for their classes and rehearsals. Our visual arts studio and multimedia lab complement the exceptional arts facilities designed to meet the needs of our Arts students.
Our athletics program embraces a philosophy of encouraging participation, developing skills at all levels, and building healthy lifestyles.
At SCS, athletic opportunities abound on the court, track, field, skating rink, and in the pool for every student to explore. Our girls learn the important value of respect, responsibility, and self-discipline.
With over 30 teams across 12 sports, our competitive teams have a long-standing tradition of achievement in a variety of sports. We are deeply proud of both our commitment to participation and fun, and our girls’ achievements at CISAA league play, tournaments, and championships, and at OFSAA events.
Our Athletic Teams
Cross Country Running
Track and Field
Compete on Our Teams
Students are encouraged to discover a sport they enjoy. Often, new passions are fueled as skills are developed.
- Junior School students participate in soccer, cross country running, basketball, swimming, volleyball, and track and field
- Middle and Senior School students may choose from 13 different sports offered each year
- our teams compete at CISAA tournaments, Metro Championships, and OFSAA
Athletic Achievements in 2016-2017
Senior Soccer – CISAA Gold
Senior Basketball – CISAA Silver
Alpine Skiing – CISAA Champions, OFSAA Silver and Bronze
Mixed Doubles Tennis – OFSAA Gold
Senior Track and Field – CISAA Champions
SCS Athletic Stats
of students are on at least one sports team
competitive sports teams
Athletics, Arts, Clubs and more. With 70+ co-curricular activities or opportunities, there's something for everyone here.
Ambassadors, Junior and Senior
Anchor Award Program
Primary Art Club
Junior Art Club
Art & Literature Magazine: Papyrus
Because I Am A Girl Club
Board Games Club
"Clementimes" School Newspaper
Primary Dance Club
Junior and Senior Dance Clubs
Junior Dance Teams
Kiwanis Dance Festival
Debating and Public Speaking Club
Middle School Drama Production
Senior Drama Production
CIS Drama Festival
Duke of Edinburgh Awards Program
Fashion Design Show: Lumina
Primary and Junior French Club
French Public Speaking
Gay Straight Alliance
Global Ideas Institute
House Activities and Sports
Junior School Intramurals
"Intramuros" School Yearbook
Junior Knitting Club
Junior Lego Robotics
Lego Robotics Team
Senior VEX Robotics Team
March Break Horizons Camp
Junior Math Club
Middle School Math Club
Senior Math Club
Private Music Lessons
Senior Concert Band
Senior Jazz Band
Kiwanis Music Festival
CIS Music Festival
SOMA: Southern Ontario Model United Nations Assembly
Primary Outdoor Games
Red Reads - SCS School Wide Reading Contest
Round Square IDEALS
Round Square Committee
Young Round Square
Primary Science Club
Junior Science Club
Senior Science Club
American Sign Language
Social and Political Affairs Club
Syrian Refugee Sponsorship
Technical Production Crew
Fun With Friends
Our girls enjoy a healthy social life, complete with school dances, banquets, trips, sporting competitions, debates, and other opportunities to interact with boys and girls from other schools.
Student leaders organize supervised dances for the Middle and Senior Schools, and students are regularly invited to attend functions hosted by other independent schools.
The House System
Our four Houses are a significant part of life here, and have been a favourite tradition since their introduction in 1960. Every student and staff member is part of one of four Houses – Stuart, Tudor, Windsor or York – and participates in inter-House competitions and activities. Displays of leadership, academic achievement, and participation in School activities are rewarded with House points. At the end of the year, the points are tallied and the House Cup is awarded!
The House System promotes interaction among our girls from different grades, and offers leadership opportunities while building school spirit.
The extraordinary spirit of our School is shared by students, staff, parents and alumnae alike. A collective sense of pride is evident throughout the school day and beyond, especially in our inspiring assemblies, exciting House games, cheers and skits.
Spirit Week allows our girls to compete in friendly competitions and express House pride. The school-wide event features a fun line up of activities, events, and competitions, like lip syncing and locker decorating.
LINCWell is a full school approach, designed to craft a school experience for each of our girls that is characterized by Learning, Individualization, Nurturing, Creativity, and Wellness.
Our commitment to excellence in learning means being in tune with the world around us, and always looking ahead.
Beyond the Classroom
With opportunities to get involved in clubs, trips, and volunteering in the community, learning doesn’t stop at the classroom doors.