Graduating Grade: 12
“I am not inspired by one teacher so much as the dedication and passion exhibited by many SCS teachers.”
How do you think St.Clement’s School has prepared you for life after graduation? In my opinion, one of the most valuable lessons St. Clement’s School (SCS) teaches its students is confidence. The women who graduate from SCS are instilled with the confidence to pursue their interests without fear of failure because they have grown up in an environment that empowers women.
What’s your best memory of the school? My best memory of the school is associated with our Grade 12 common room, a place where students in their senior year can gather at any point during the day. The common room is a communal place that inspires many conversations, both important and fun. The magic of the common room is that, no matter who your closest friends are, whoever is in the room converses with each other. What advice would you give to new students on how to get the most out of their time at SCS? The best tip I would give is to get involved by joining sports teams, the musical, choirs, clubs and more. Our school offers so many different programs and activities where you can meet new people and develop smaller communities within our collective student body.