The Beaver Computing Challenge is a problem-solving contest run by the University of Waterloo, with a focus on computational and logical thinking. Questions are inspired by topics in computer science,
On October 24, the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto played host to the fifth annual CDL Machine Learning and Market for Intelligence Conference, and seven St.
On May 29, St. Clement’s School paid tribute to those who have represented our School in academic contests outside SCS over the course of the academic year. In all, more than 200 awards,
It was the turn of some of St. Clement’s youngest members to share their accomplishments and achievements at the Grade 1-3 Spring Showcase on June 6.
Grade 1 performed a song in Powell Hall and Grade 2 and 3 combined for a performance of The Tempest which would have impressed even the Bard himself.
Each year, St. Clement’s students participate in provincial, national, and international academic competitions and on May 29, SCS paid tribute to more than 95 of the School’s greatest ambassadors.
It has been a remarkable year for the School,
On Thursday evening, we hosted the first of two Curriculum Nights at St. Clement’s, this one for parents of students in Grades 9-12. The evening started with a session about applying to Canadian Universities and along with the important specifics,
This week I received two separate hard copy letters from students, and these, and an article, reminded me of the power of communication, and, more specifically, of the power of one’s approach to communication.
Earlier this month, eight of our Grade 7 and 8 students participated in the ISOMA Math Olympics, a fun, challenging mathematics competition for Middle School students. The girls worked individually,
Our Junior School provides a supportive and nurturing community where our young learners thrive. Learning is supported by an emphasis on excellence, respect, integrity, community, creativity and spirituality.
Registration is now open for Summer School! St. Clement’s School offers a number of Ontario credit courses from Monday, June 20 to Friday, July 15. Torn between extra credits and camp?