Just off the SCS foyer there lies a door unlike any other in the building. Leading to neither classroom nor office, meeting room nor storage, it sits nestled between a large wooden wardrobe and a tailor’s mannequin replete with navy tunic and red blazer.
Our School community is always seeking ways to deepen our connections with the wider community. Here’s a look at how our girls and staff are doing just that:
Each year, the Alumna Scholar Award, based on character, leadership, scholarship, service, and an essay, is given to a Grade 12 student. The winner is awarded $1,000 towards tuition. This past year’s recipient discusses the importance and value of compassion.
St. Clement’s School has long strived to offer an academic program that is dynamic and innovative to accept and incorporate not only the constant changes in education but also the ongoing flux in the world at large.
The Spring 2019 issue of the Red Blazer is out now. Learn about St. Clement’s School’s commitment to Cross-Curricular Learning; the value of designed space and custom furnishings for contemporary learning;
Check out the Spring 2018 Red Blazer, now available online!
It’s no surprise that Sally Saunders ’53 went into a caregiving field; when she recalls her time at SCS, her service work at St. Christopher’s House is among her favourite memories.
We’re only two weeks into the school year and, already, so much has happened. Here are the top five things that have kicked the school year off to a great start:
Michaela Hill ’18 delivered her first assembly address as Head Girl.
“I certainly wasn’t on a direct path to what I’m doing now, but I also wouldn’t have landed my job at Google without all of the experiences that came before it.”