Two pieces of writing have resonated with me over the last few days. One was composed in quite a different time, and the other was penned a few days ago by an SCS Alumna.
“In the beginning some people try to appear that everything about them is ‘in black and white,’ until later their true colors come out.”
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.
This past weekend, I had brunch with an Alumna. We were talking about careers, life, and writing and in the course of our conversation she noted, “It’s progress, not perfection;” as if to remind herself,
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. Not only will she be starting at the University of Oxford next fall,
The first edition of SCS’s new Alumnae Book Club was held in the Lassonde Library in November to great acclaim with former SCS English teacher Ruth Griffiths leading a lively discussion on Ian McEwan’s novel,
Below are my words to our community at our Carol Service on December 19.
Good evening and welcome to our St. Clement’s Carol Service, a time in which we gather to celebrate the Christmas Story,
Each year, St. Clement’s School selects one Grade 12 student to be the recipient of the Alumna Scholar Award. Based on character, leadership, scholarship, service, and an essay, the winner receives $1,000 towards tuition.
There was a whole lot of page turning taking place at SCS at the end of last week, with the Lassonde Library hosting back-to-back book clubs!
Our new Alumnae Book Club kicked off Thursday evening with the first of four meetings this school year.
St. Clement’s School’s Alumnae Book Club, hosted by former SCS English teachers, gets started next Thursday, November 21 with the first of four meetings this school year!
Former SCS English teacher Ruth Griffiths leads this discussion,