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,
Thank you to the Parents’ Association for hosting their annual PA Welcome BBQ this past Monday! It was a fun and exciting affair for our whole community, with games, prizes,
With the St. Clement’s Alumnae Reunion Weekend just around the corner, it’s time to make sure you’ve RSVP’d and are ready to celebrate with friends, family, and SCS teachers past and present.
Over the last four years, Bishop Strachan School, Branksome Hall, Havergal College and St. Clement’s School have hosted a Girls’ Schools Collaborative Speaker Series to bring our girls’ schools’ communities together to learn about topics that affect and challenge our girls,
If you’re on the search for a great independent school, you might be wondering if St. Clement’s is a good fit for you (if you’re a student) or for your daughter and your family (if you’re a parent).
This spring, our collaborative girls’ schools speaker event returns, and the topic couldn’t be more timely.
On Wednesday, April 19, St. Clement’s, Bishop Strachan, Branksome, and Havergal will co-present an inspiring panel discussion and Q &
When was the last time you sat and had a face-to-face chat with a friend, instead of trading a flurry of texts? How about a family dinner that didn’t include screens at the table?
St. Clement’s School believes that education is not just about succeeding academically; it’s about ensuring our girls achieve their potential outside the classroom as well. Our pioneering LINCWell program does just that.
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.
Choosing to apply to an independent school requires you to make a lot of decisions. Why? Because schools are not “one-size fits all”; a given school might appeal to one person more than another due to program offerings,