I was struck by a blog post I read on Saturday morning about recognizing some limits and ensuring the appropriate ones are pushed for growth.
On Friday afternoon, several of us headed to Western University for an Alumnae Reunion where we hosted a gathering for seventeen grads of St. Clement’s from 2015 to 2018.
At St. Clement’s School we value curiosity so much that it informs much of what we do. Our School’s mission is to develop outstanding women who are intellectually curious,
On Friday, I gave a eulogy for past Board member and Alumna, Christine Featherstone ’67, at her memorial service.
While I believe strongly that each and every Clementine is an outstanding woman who deserves to be recognized,
Over the past four days, St. Clement’s School has played host to the International Independent Schools’ Public Speaking Competition. Our small community has welcomed over forty-five school teams and their coaches from Canada,
“Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry,” Maya Angelou wrote, “But by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry, and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try and understand each other,
I am smiling as I begin writing this early September blog. We are excited to be commencing another year and another opportunity to work with our Clementines from Grades 1-12.
As I write this blog, I am preparing to leave for Washington to attend the National Coalition of Girls’ School Global Forum on Girls’
Last weekend, I set aside an article from The Globe and Mail entitled “A Word to the Wise”. Its headline intrigued me and while I didn’t have time to read it then,
This past weekend, St. Clement’s School welcomed back Alumnae from 1948 to 2017 as we celebrated our annual Alumnae Reunion Weekend. Over the course of three days we welcomed and caught up with our intellectually curious,