In the middle of a grey week, our youngest Junior School students are brightening things up by participating in Winter Wednesday! What started as a creative way to introduce indoor activity during the cold winter months has grown into a program that involves faculty and staff throughout the school who want the opportunity to spend time with our youngest students and share a hobby or skill with them.
Our first performance of the year at St. Clement’s was fittingly called Setting the Stage. The senior drama students stepped from the wings onto centre stage in Powell Hall – a first for many of them.
Fall in love with Anne Shirley all over again this Thursday, November 20 as the St. Clement’s Middle School students take to the stage of Powell Hall.
Adopted by siblings Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert,
On Thursday after school, I was reminded of the importance of learning by doing and just how much it forces one to think on one’s feet, adapt to situations, be patient and ensure that one keeps a positive outlook despite things not going the right way.
I started skiing when I was two and a half, because my grandparents bought a house in Collingwood. Even though neither of my parents really skied or raced as kids,
Last June, SCS designers started dreaming. Seven months later, their dreams came to vibrant life at two sold out Lumina Fashion Design Shows. Working within the context of this year’s Lumina theme,
This year, the Young Round Square (YRS) and Horizons Programs orchestrated a joint initiative for students at Stanley Public School in Toronto.
The two programs involved in this collaboration already shared some similar notes: YRS prepares Grade 7 and 8 students for life outside of the classroom through service,
Following discussions that began at a 2011 Round Square Conference, St. Clement’s new exchange with the Vidya Devi Jindal School (VDJS) in Hisar found Grade 11 students Kate and Naomi and Grade 10 student Kaitlyn experiencing life in India for close to a month.