Daphne has been skiing almost as long as she’s been walking. On the slopes from the age of 2, she started racing when she was 7. Her first season with the SCS Alpine Ski Team this year was a successful one – the highlight for Daphne being the team’s performance at OFSAA,
As a pitcher on the SCS Senior Softball Team, Erika W. ’17 (pictured bottom row, far right) knows there is no greater feeling than a three up, three down inning;
Safia A. ’23 first decided to try out for the SCS Track and Field Team in Grade 4, after a successful stint on the Cross Country Team ignited a love of running.
Gemma B. ’17 took up pole vaulting in October 2015, and it didn’t take long for her to reach some pretty impressive heights. She got a brief introduction while volunteering at the 2015 Pam Am Games,
Sam S. ’21 started playing catch with her dad in the backyard years ago, and for her it was a whole new ballgame: she fell in love with, and took up organized softball when she was 8 years old.
Competitive swimmer Elizabeth S. ’21 didn’t take to the water at first. She credits a great instructor who kept encouraging her to jump in with changing her mind about the pool.
Georgia P. ’21 started learning to sail during the summer of her Grade 1 year, and credits her two brothers with getting her involved in the sport. In addition to her siblings,
Molly G. ’22 got off to a fast start in her first year at SCS. She joined the Cross Country Team soon after her arrival and, not wanting to slow down after that season wrapped,