St. Clement's School
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St. Clement's School (SCS) is an Anglican independent all-girls school in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The school was founded in 1901 by Rev. Canon Powell, and was originally co-ed. Students at SCS are often referred to as Clementines.
SCS develops women of character by encouraging academic excellence, self-confidence, leadership, and independent thinking in an enriching, supportive environment. In recent years, the School has doubled in physical size, but the enrolment and spirit remain the same. The expanded facility includes a performance and lecture hall, a dance/drama studio, a new gymnasium, new science laboratories, a new library, and more - all reflecting the varied activities of SCS students.
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|Campus Size:||1 acres|
|Number of Day Students:||450|
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|Day School Tuition:||$23,100|
|Financial Assistance:||Bursaries, merit scholarship grants, need-based scholarship grants available.|
|Application Deadline (Day):||Dec 15|
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