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,
The warmth of St. Clement’s School helped melt the newly-fallen snow on Bloor Street East yesterday afternoon as the annual Carol Service was presented at St. Paul’s Church.
Despite the cold temperatures,
There were carols in the halls and on the steps of St. Clement’s School this week, all to herald in the holiday season and close out the calendar year.
The Junior School were assembled on the front steps to welcome everyone to another day with a few old favourites and to greet our neighbours in the community.
St. Clement’s School was firmly in the holiday spirit on Friday, December 13, as the SCS community gathered in Powell Hall for the annual Junior School Christmas Program. With every grade providing a first rate festive performance,
There was a jingling in St. Clement’s School on Monday. The sound drifted up the stairs, swirled about the Christmas tree in the foyer and weaved throughout the halls intermingled with a hint of peppermint and a caress of chocolate.
From a sun-dappled garden to a warm and cozy bedroom, Powell Hall became a tranquil country home on November 22 as the Middle School Production of The Velveteen Rabbit premiered.
Last week, St. Clement’s School announced that the school charity for 2019-2020 is Hockey 4 Youth. Not only was the selection of this organization made by SCS students, but the fundraising efforts to support it over the coming months will likewise be enthusiastically led by students.
Grab your gift sack and your party shoes: The Jingle Mingle is returning to St. Clement’s School!
SCS is delighted to announce that the second annual Jingle Mingle will be held on Monday,
On Friday, November 22, St. Clement’s School marked the Feast Day of our patron saint with a special assembly.
St. Clement’s School was founded in 1901 by Canon Thomas Wesley Powell,
“To create one’s world in any of the arts takes courage,” once proclaimed American artist Georgia O’Keeffe. With courage being a characteristic that’s never in short supply at St. Clement’s School,