Today we had to wake up really early which was horrible because of our jet lag. We walked to the Spanish Steps, and since there was a marathon, the roads were closed to vehicles. The steps were occupied by a huge brass band and clumps of tourists. We climbed the steps and walked to Pincio Terrace... Read More
We had an early start Friday morning on our grand adventure to Italy and France. The girls were super excited to board the plane and finally be our way.
But, their excitment was soon overtaken by the lack of sleep due to packing the night before!
After a 6 hour layover in Toronto we boarded our... Read More
My colleagues and I have just returned from China having met with a number of current families who have chosen St. Margaret’s as the place for their daughters to continue their education abroad. It seems rather strange that we traveled over 9000 km (12 hours) West to get to the Far East!! While... Read More
Katniss - A Confident Girl. Inspiring Woman?
I have just returned from the NAPSG (National Association of Principals of Schools for Girls) Conference and had the privilege of hearing Dr. Elizabeth Kiss, an Ethics Professor at Agnes Scott College talk about the need to seek out examples of... Read More
As St. Margaret's begins to build on its strength and implement its Strategic Plan, I have come to realize the importance of "THINK BIG but act small". Our wonderful learning community, which is comprised of nearly 400 girls from ECE to Grade 12, allows us the privilege of knowing all of our girls... Read More