Does Your DaughterBelong in a Red Blazer?
We’re recognized for our long-standing commitment to providing academic rigour and excellence within a nurturing environment.
The SCS Experience
At SCS, you will find our unique small-school advantage: with 460 girls in Grades 1 through 12 learning together under one roof, every girl is known and valued.
From the foundations laid in Grade 1, throughout their time at SCS, our students are encouraged and taught to question and discern, connect within and across disciplines, and persist through complexity and uncertainty. Our girls stand out as intellectually curious, courageous, and compassionate.
Key SCS Facts
elective courses offered
AP courses offered
teams across 13 different sports
At St. Clement’s School, every girl is known and valued.
As a leading independent girls’ school in Toronto, St. Clement’s School is recognized for its longstanding commitment to academic rigour and excellence in a small, nurturing environment - but that’s just the beginning. We’re a close-knit community that celebrates creativity, diversity, and innovation, where students from Grades 1 to 12 live, learn, and grow together under one roof.
How we teach and learn defines us.
Our commitment to academic rigour and excellence has defined the SCS experience for over a century. Here, academic rigour refers to what is taught, how it is taught, and how it is accessed. Our academic program challenges each one of our girls to think critically and creatively, and to problem solve both independently and collaboratively.
Whatever your passion, you can explore it at SCS.
You might enjoy softball, singing, and science; or creative writing, coding, and cross country running. We offer a supportive environment where our girls are encouraged to try new things.
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LINCWell is a full school approach, designed to craft a school experience for each of our girls that is characterized by Learning, Individualization, Nurturing, Creativity, and Wellness.
A key component of St. Clement’s unique offering is a learning environment where our girls are nurtured and supported, and each of our girls is known and feels valued. Our goal, in all that we do, is to enable our girls to learn well, lead well, and live well. LINCWell ensures that we can meet this goal.
Meet the Admin Team
St. Clement’s School is a special place, and our faculty and staff play a key part in making it that way.
Board of Governors
Our Board of Governors works closely with School Administration to develop strategic direction and establish policies and plans to ensure the School’s future well-being.
Fees & Financial Aid
Learn about the costs of attending an independent school, as well as our Financial Aid program.
The SCS Parents’ Association works to benefit our girls by linking the School and its families.
Throughout the year, the PA hosts many social events to bring parents together, as a Grade and as a full community. Additionally, it fundraises in support of the varied programs and activities that augment the SCS experience for our girls.
Support our students with your time, passion, and expertise.
Through a number of rewarding volunteer opportunities that suit various interests and schedules, we encourage members of our community to play a role in the life of our school, for the benefit of our girls.
Leadership: it's about having more than a title.
Our girls receive formal leadership training and are encouraged to lead within and beyond the walls of our School. Our girls learn by leading.LEARN MORE
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