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We are intellectually curious. We are courageous. We are compassionate. 2 M  essages from the Principal, Chair of the Board, Executive Director of Advancement, and the Annual Fund Chair

4 O  ur Volunteers 6 2 018-2019 Annual Fund 8 C  umulative Giving; Parents’ Association 10 A nnual Fund Reps and Parent Giving 12 A  nnual Giving 14 A  lumnae Giving; Alumnae Association 16 Endowments; Legacy Giving 18 S taff Giving; Community Giving 21 Statements of Financial Position and Operations 23 Board of Governors


We are the outstanding women of tomorrow.


We are grateful Our Future

There is so much to be thankful for. Since our founding we have been a small community committed to preparing our students to become tomorrow’s leaders. I am excited to be planning for the future, one that continues to focus on what is best for our girls. As a School, we have always found ways to achieve whatever goals we set for ourselves philanthropically. As our Board continues its work on the Campus Master Plan and our staff advance their work on curriculum and learning environments, I am grateful for our community’s financial support. Your donations this year have enabled us to update one of each of our junior, middle, and senior classrooms. In addition to ensuring increased flexibility for Grades 1 and 8, it has enabled us to respond to our students’ growing interest in the sciences with the creation of a flexible lab space that can accommodate a variety of courses and co-curricular activities. Your support has also allowed for the rooftop refurbishment, beginning in May 2020, into an outdoor space that will give our girls room to play, study, be still, and to engage in classes and co-curricular activities. It is just a small part of our long-range vision for our campus, but it means so much that you are supportive. Thank you also to our many community members who support our Financial Assistance program. We are so proud of our ability to ensure mission-fit students are able to join our community, no matter their family’s financial position. Thank you to the entire St. Clement’s community, whose incredible generosity throughout the year allows SCS to stretch and grow alongside our girls.

Martha Perry ’85 Principal

Our Place

St. Clement’s School community, This past year saw a great deal of activity and energy at SCS, and your commitment to the School and its values was at the forefront. Your tangible support was demonstrated in many ways, through your donations, volunteer time, and robust engagement in all aspects of the school. We know from surveying the community that the concept of “place” is important to our community. This not only relates to physical improvements to the School itself, but also to the activities that take place inside and around the building. It also embodies our ability, by way of Financial Assistance, to provide access to that place to students who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford an SCS education. The importance of place is central to our ongoing work on the next Strategic Plan and the Campus Master Plan. This underlies our vision of what will best serve our students and our community in the future. Your continued engagement and support will be critical to our collective success in realizing this vision. On behalf of the Board, thank you for your remarkable support of our commitment to excellence at SCS. We look forward to continuing to work together to refine and grow the unique and outstanding place that is St. Clement’s.

Brian Denega Chair, Board of Governors 2

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We are shaping their excellence Our Excellence As a proud St. Clement’s School parent for the last seven years, I have watched my daughter Maryn grow and flourish. It’s remarkable to me to be able to witness the new ways in which she is learning, and the skills she is developing. The programming that SCS is able to provide all of our girls is supported in no small part by your commitment to the Annual Fund. The Annual Fund shapes the experience of Grades 1-12 by allowing for academic enhancements, facility and technology upgrades, and, through our Financial Assistance program, by providing deserving students with the opportunity to receive an SCS education. In 2018-2019, the Annual Fund’s new furnishings giving option allowed the School to reconfigure a room in each of the Junior, Middle, and Senior Schools with new furniture and equipment; while gifts directed to Financial Aid allowed 31 eligible students to be offered scholarships based on their financial need. Thank you for your generosity.

Catherine Rice Chair of the Annual Fund Parent of Maryn ’23

Our Integrity I am constantly inspired by the incredible things that happen here at St. Clement’s. It’s a gift to see firsthand how SCS is growing and evolving for the future, and the impact that has on our girls and their growth. Our Mission Statement highlights courage, curiosity, and compassion, and I am blessed to see these on display every day. I think that generosity requires a little of each of these characteristics. One must be curious enough to consider what needs funding, compassionate enough to want to make a difference for our community and our students, and courageous enough to give of one’s time, wisdom, and/or financial resources. Each generous donation makes a difference to what we are able to accomplish here, as we work to develop outstanding young women ready to make an impact on a changing world. I can’t thank you enough for supporting our mission and for your commitment to our girls and their learning.

Lisa Watson Executive Director of Advancement

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We are thankful for volunteers

St. Clement’s School may be small in size, but there is always so much going on in our halls and outside our walls. That simply wouldn’t be possible without the generous support and dedication of our many volunteers. To those parents, alumnae, staff, and friends of SCS who always step up to lend their time and expertise, thank you. You help to make SCS the vibrant place it is. Our girls and staff can’t thank you enough.

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We are working to ensure sustainability

Other income

Donations

How donations have an impact on our girls

To accomplish all that happens in an academic year at St. Clement’s requires significant resources. With support from the entire community, we are able to ensure SCS continues to offer an outstanding education for our students.

Gifts to the Annual Fund ensure that students across all grades experience augmented curricular and co-curricular programming, beyond what is covered by tuition. These take the form of everything from new furniture in the Grade 1 and Grade 8 classrooms and a new senior flexible science lab, to technological upgrades and other room enhancements, to guest experts in the classroom. Gifts also help to ensure the best and brightest girls are able to receive a St. Clement’s education, adding immeasurably to our overall community.

8.7%

5.9% Operating revenue sources

69.3%

Salaries and benefits

7.8%

Total revenue: $16.9 million

85.4%

Program materials

7.6% Operating expenditures

Tuition and acceptance fees

Total expenditures: $15.8 million

10.7%

4.6% Parents

General and administrative

Facilities and maintenance

Financial assistance

54.5% Origin of donations Total number of donors: 539

Staff

0.3%

Past Staff

12.2%

5.5% Grandparents and friends

Past Parents

2.7%

7.7%

8.1%

Corporations and Foundations

Alumnae

8.9% Board of Governors

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We are stronger together

Your generosity is powerful

Your support of the Annual Fund enriches the lives of our girls and our staff through a variety of programs and initiatives that augment the learning experience of each of our girls. Your gift has an impact.

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We are growing our culture of philanthropy Donors who have cumulatively contributed $25,000 or more to SCS are listed below. It is these gifts that have played a crucial role in keeping St. Clement’s at the forefront of education and in shaping the learning and development of all Clementines. For their generosity, we are grateful.

$2,000,000+

Francis C. Powell ’13

$1,000,000–$1,999,999

Mackinnon Family Charitable Fund McLaughlin Foundation

$500,000–$999,999

James and Jacquie Estey and Family Lassonde Family Foundation

$250,000–$499,999

Peter Jewett and Robin Campbell Marjorie (Deans) Misener ’40 1 Anonymous Donor

$100,000–$249,999

Margaret Bahen ’49 Norman and Leh-Sih Boersma Lloyd Carlsen and Sandra Voice-Carlsen Christine (Clark) Featherstone ’67 Roger and Kevin (Smith) ’58 Garland Geoffrey and Anne Gouinlock Robert and Janet (Babcock) ’47 Gouinlock Richard and Nancy Kostoff Joe and Lidia Maio and Family Sam Marinucci, Rosanne Stefani, and Family Ken McCarter and Dianna Symonds Steven and Shelley McGirr David and Karen McKay Astrid (Pel) Pinnington ’74, Sharon Pel ’75, Alexandra Pel ’82, and Brian Pel James and Lois (Donaldson) ’47 Pott Jeff and Beth Richmond Peter and Joan Russell St. Clement’s School Parents’ Association James Tory The Weatherbie Family Samuel Yen and Kennis Tong John and Hedda ’80 Young and Family 2 Anonymous Donors

$25,000–$99,999

Francesco Aiello and Kristen Collins Aiello John Alton and Alison Woodbury ’74 David Bacon and Cindy Phillips Mark and Stephanie Bain and Family Robert and Janet (Ellard) ’74 Bass Ruth (Cooper) Bell ’38 Beverley (Howard) Bernier ’49

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Freddy and Wendy DeGasperis James Black and Ilze Ezergailis Michael Boughn and Elizabeth Brown and Family Bryan and Tracey Boyd and Family Gail (Williams) Brooker ’65 Tye and Janet Burt Frank and Beverley Callaghan and Family Margaret (Ketchum) Catto ’53 Rob Chadwick and Beth Pierson Benny and Teressa Cheung and Family Ron and Anne Cheung Catherine and Stephen Clark Dan Coholan and Sarah Mills and Family Bob and Megan Coles and Family Jeffrey and Jane Cowan and Family Tom Curry and Lori Monteith and Family Daniel and Karen Daly and Family Scott and Maria Davidson and Family Gregory and Shelley DeBienne Brian Denega and Cindy Crawford Hugh and Catherine (Fricker) ’79 DesBrisay David Dickinson and Sheila Murray Michael and Kitty Donnelly and Family Peter and Deborah Doyle Peter and Terry Farmer and Family David Ferguson and Lynn Grogan Bill and Sharon Fielding and Family Robert and Regan Fitzpatrick Robert and Julia (Ruby) ’65 Foster Brian and Barbara Fox David and Andrea Fry The Gleeson Family John and Patricia Gouinlock and Family Herman and Marya Grad Catherine (Curry) Graham ’59 Megan ’02 and Emma ’04 Grittani-Livingston James Harbell and Patricia McQuaid and Family The Merritt Harding Educational Trust Fund David Harris and Rebecca Scovel John Harvey Marc Henderson and Mandy Scully Mary Ellen Herman John and Barbara Hilliker Nancy Hilliker Robert and Sandra Hines and Family Virginia Holmes ’62 Ian and Adair Hope and Family Lucile Hoskins ’30 Bill Houston and Teresa Morneau, Cathy and Mark Meyer and Families Henry and Albina Huang The Bryce Hunter Family Michael and Eileen Kong John and Adrienne Lasby Brian Levitt Stephen Lloyd, Ginette Charette, and Family Janet Mackinnon Ross MacKinnon and Carmen Benoit Bruce MacLellan and Karen Girling

John and Catherine McCartney Ian and Hilary (Durant) ’95 McLean Jeffrey McNair and Michelle Hovesen and Family Carol Ann Millington Patrick and Maureen Mohan and Family Karyn Monk and Philip Lamb Bret and Cindy Leech Dominic Montemurro and Susan Willis-Montemurro Taylor and Judy Moore Kevin and Lissa Muir Tom and Patricia Muir and Family Ian Nagamatsu and Carole Matear and Family Yat Hoi Ning and Fanny Fan-Ning and Family Mary Ann Oughtred and Family Michael O’Rourke and Denise Guerriere Patricia D. Parisi and Michael M. De Robertis and Family Tim and Lynda Paterson Yezdi and Jennifer Pavri Lawrence Pentland and Nora Aufreiter Martha Perry ’85 Thomas Pladsen and Wanda Ho and Family William and Cynthia Quinn Malcolm and Lizanne Rains Serge and Shannon Rancourt and Family David and Mary (Lombard) ’83 Richardson Ron Rimer and Andrea Stephen Lou and Marissa Rocca Gary Ryan and Anne Ferguson Geoffrey Scott and Lesley Stowe Scott, Eric Stangeland and Elizabeth Scott Stangeland Gary L. Segal and Family Andrew Shannon and Rachel Pollock Charles and Laurie Sims John and Betty Speakman Catherine Steele ’66 William Stevens and Lisa Porlier Duncan Stewart and Rosemary Dunne Brian Sullivan and Carol Grant Sullivan Richard and Glenna Talbot and Family Elian Terner and Poonam Puri Florence Margaret Thompson ’35 Foundation Barbara (Dunfield) Thornbrough ’62 Paul and Anne-Marie Tompkins Martha Tory ’72 William Verner David and Josefina Vincent John and Michelle Visser Padraig and Marian Warde Gordon Waugh and Heather McKellar Richard Wernham and Julia West W. Garfield Weston Foundation Paul Wickens and Sharon Geraghty John Wilkinson and Jane Stubbington Montgomery and Grace Wong Victor and Mary Wyprysky Jeff Zurowski and Lisa Young ’81 and Family 6 Anonymous Donors

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We are a strong community 2018-2019 Parents’ Association Executive

John Sayers, President Zeinab Layton, Vice President Meredith Roth, Past President Lancy Wan, Secretary Leigh Merlo, Treasurer Christina Greenberg, Volunteer Coordinator

Grade Parents

Grade 1: Sarah McEvoy, Michelle Weise Grade 2: Nancy Hotson Grade 3: Heather Fellin, Connie Hui Grade 4: Sarah Lesser Grade 5: Cheryl Wolting Grade 6: Jennifer Kerr, Stefanie Di Rocco, Sarah Riordan Grade 7: Kin Babber, Jennifer Pankratz Grade 8: Adrian Lang, Chris Adair Grade 9: Lisa Ernst, Denise Guerriere, Laurence Martocq Grade 10: Clarissa Hu Anderson Grade 11: Dianne Armstrong, Nancy Kotush Grade 12: Sue Cameron

Event Coordinators

Welcome BBQ: Helen Walsh Debating: Mirela Celaj Open House: Dianne Armstrong Jingle Mingle: Lisa Barney, Lisa Ernst, Meredith Roth Snowflake Sale: Kin Babber, Meredith Roth Holiday Bark Sale: Lisa Porlier Gala Co-Chairs: Lynn Grogan, Beth Pierson Staff Appreciation Lunch: Lisa Ernst, Denise Guerriere Used Textbook Sale: Lori Prest, Minard Tapawan Used Uniform Sale: Tara Lang, Rita Rusu Grades 1-4 Catered Lunches: Jasprit Gill Grades 5-6 Catered Lunches: Jasprit Gill Grades 1-6 Pizza Lunches: Stefanie Di Rocco, Cherie Tam Middle School Pizza Lunches: Julie Herbst Senior School Pizza Lunches: Chanh Leuangthong Mother-Daughter Bingo: Rose Cross, Reem Gedeon, Meredith Mandel

“This is our family’s twelfth year as part of the St. Clement’s community. Over those years, SCS – the staff, students, and parents – have given so much to our daughter and it is a pleasure to give back to the community. It has been an honour to serve the Parents’ Association over the past year, working to strengthen the ties of the SCS parent community and deepen the engagement between the parents and the School.” —John Sayers President, 2018-2019 Parents’ Association Parent of Elizabeth ’20

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We are generous parents Thank you to all of our parents who supported SCS through gifts to the Annual Fund. We also thank our 2018-2019 Annual Fund Class Reps for their support in making the campaign a success.

• Bruce Hogg and Jennifer Kerr • James Lee and Lianne Chen Zhuxi Liu and Yan Li • Greg and Meredith Mandel

Zhen Yu Mao and Yun Wu Arjun Sahgal and Sandra Kim Donato and Margarita Sferra Richard Sibthorpe and Michelle Weise David and Helen Walsh Cornell Wright and Sarah McEvoy

Grade 1

Annual Fund Class Rep: Frank DeLuca Annual Fund Participation: 100% Annual Giving Participation: 100%

• Raj and Kulvinder Babber

Tim Blair and Jennifer Kacaba ’97 John and Alissa Crean Frank DeLuca and Lisa Damiani Huibing Guo and Cynthia Shen Simon Joo and Yuri Kim Ron Lalonde and Elizabeth Doggett Dong Liu and Wendy Wen Wei Liu and Ying (Vivian) Zhang Bill Ng and Claudia Tsang ’01 Jonathan Royce and Claire Jones Royce Donato and Margarita Sferra Richard Sibthorpe and Michelle Weise Cornell Wright and Sarah McEvoy Charles Whitburn and Andrea Lee ’97 Melvin Yan and Wendy Li

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Grade 2

Annual Fund Class Rep: Nancy Hotson Annual Fund Participation: 92% Annual Giving Participation: 92%

• Yanning Fu and Lei Qin • Brad and Nancy (Crean) ’96 Hotson • Greg and Meredith Mandel Aliyah Mohamed • Ralph and Erin Nella Ernest and Jennifer Ng • Luke Ng and Sharon Wah-Lai Chau

Brian Ramoutar Mark Scamehorn and Helena Chow Scamehorn Crispin Thorold and Hamida Ghafour Michael and Meghan Tupholme 1 Anonymous Donor

Grade 3

• Principal’s Circle ($1,500-$4,999)

• Founders’ Circle

($5,000-$9,999)

• Pilgrim’s Circle

($10,000-$24,999)

• The 1901 Circle ($25,000+)

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Annual Fund Class Rep: Cornell Wright Annual Fund Participation: 84% Annual Giving Participation: 94%

Mahmoud and Nesa Abtahi Farzad Alvi and Connie Hui Eric Andrade and Cheryl Wolting Hans and Carmen Chung Bert Clark and Lara Shohet-Clark Michael and Heather Fellin Alex Fuchs and Leiwa James

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Grade 4

Annual Fund Class Rep: Wendy DeGasperis Annual Fund Participation: 75% Annual Giving Participation: 85%

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Jeff and Lynn Allsop James Bunting and Sarah Lesser Freddy and Wendy DeGasperis Antonio Di Domenico and Catherine Koch Michael and Heather Fellin Sacha and Shelly Ghai Kosta Giazitzidis and Antonia Petrou Steven Harris and Jennifer Grossklaus Bennett Mui and Louise Chow Ralph and Erin Nella Ripal and Kruti Patel Arjun Sahgal and Sandra Kim Aaron Thompson and Tara Meyer Jack Yan and Michelle Lin Yinggang Yang and Homgmei Hou

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Grade 5

Annual Fund Class Rep: Rose Cross Annual Fund Participation: 65% Annual Giving Participation: 73%

• Ganesan Annamalai and Sharron Sandhu • Craig and Rose Cross • Jon and Jodi Finkelstein • Peng Gao and Leilei Yu • Andrew Kim and Christiane Koenig • Zen Mao and Bonnie Jiang • Bob Sangha and Kelly Riedel • Andrew Shannon and Rachel Pollock Richard Sibthorpe and Michelle Weise • Michael Smerdon and Melissa Pugsley Aaron Thompson and Tara Meyer • Simon and Amy Tsui Michael and Meghan Tupholme Peizhong Xu and Xing Wang Xiang Dong Zheng and Ya Ting Chen

Grade 6

Annual Fund Class Rep: Alan Ong Annual Fund Participation: 80% Annual Giving Participation: 82%

• Chris Adair and Zeinab Layton • John and Dianne Armstrong

Brian and Marlisse Baker James Bunting and Sarah Lesser GianPiero and Stefanie Di Rocco

Howard and Christina Greenberg Oliver and Julie Herbst Bruce Hogg and Jennifer Kerr Changsheng Hu and Sun Mao Mark Johnson and Sue Marshall William and Tina Lazarakis Eric and Mirella Leong Gordon and Angel Lo Bill MacKenzie and Laurence Martocq Kurt MacWilliam and Dana Dramnitzke Angelo and Roula Meffe Christian Murray and Natasha Grell Alan Ong and Kucy Pon Oliver Pei and Jean Gu Julian and Meagan Pope Huy Quach and Yolande Doan Steven Rhee and Cherie Tam Paul Rose and Jennifer Law Bob Sangha and Kelly Riedel Gerrard Schmid and Linda Mantia Zhaoyang Sun and Shuang Zhaung Bob Vaux and Meredith Roth Jeffery Wu and Jie Cheng

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Grade 7

Annual Fund Class Rep: Wendy DeGasperis Annual Fund Participation: 72% Annual Giving Participation: 74%

• Raj and Kulvinder Babber Brian and Marlisse Baker • Leon and Irena Barbulovic-Nad • Thomas Chan and Gigi Lee Jianhong and Haifang Chen • Benjamin Cheng • Victor Cheng and Michelle Zhou Hans and Carmen Chung • Erik and Paige Church • Freddy and Wendy DeGasperis

Xiaobo Ding and Rong Liao Don Douglas and Orla McKenna Michael Flux and Marnie Smith Gene and Lori Gomes Bruce Gray and Teresa Loucks-Gray Lee and Mari Hodgkinson Stephen Hon and Elaine Lai Jonathan and Pernilla Ingram William and Victoria Lau William and Tina Lazarakis Jason Lee and Katy Kwong Mike List and Wendy Arnold List ’93 Mark Musselman and Yael Zaretsky Ralph and Erin Nella Phillip Panet and Susan Bronskill Kunuk Rhee and Valerie Ha Antonio Rodrigues and Tara Burns ’86 Massimo Rovazzi and Marta Maloney Michael Salamon and Tracy Pryce Jason Spetter and Meredith Englander Greg and Marie Claude Sutton Arjun and Shannon Taneja

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Robin and Lisa Taylor Elian Terner and Poonam Puri Samuel Yen and Kennis Tong Brian Yeung and Linda Kim

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Grade 8

Annual Fund Class Rep: Christina Greenberg Annual Fund Participation: 60% Annual Giving Participation: 70%

Chris Adair and Zeinab Layton Cigdem Akin Andrew and Libby Basek Michael Botha and Alexandra Tinmouth ’90 Olivier and Michelle Centner Feng Ding and Lijia Chen Michael Ford and Hilary Marsden Marcus Gelissen and Kadey Schultz ’92 Bruce Gray and Teresa Loucks-Gray Howard and Christina Greenberg David Harris and Rebecca Scovel Patrick and Gillian Hyland Sean and Sandra Kruger Tony and Rebecca Lam Malcolm and Tara Lang Bret and Cindy Leech Scott and Heather Margach Patrick Mazurek and Jennifer Griffiths Angelo and Roula Meffe Bennett Mui and Louise Chow Daniel and Dawn O’Dwyer Steven Rhee and Cherie Tam Greg and Catherine Rice Robert and Stephanie Sedran Ashley Taylor and Adrian Lang Elian Terner and Poonam Puri Andrew and Lynn Torres Shaun and Margot Usmar Tony and Lancy Wan Peter and Alison Wiggan Raymond Yeung and Susanna Khaiyanum 2 Anonymous Donors

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Grade 9

Annual Fund Class Reps: Cindy Phillips and Kelli Proudfoot Annual Fund Participation: 61% Annual Giving Participation: 69%

• Aaron and Katrina Atkinson • David Bacon and Cindy Phillips • Ian Bendell and Catherine Shaw • Ugo and Jennifer Bizzarri • John and Elizabeth Brooks • Benjamin Cheng • Scott and Maria Davidson • Gregory and Shelley DeBienne • Mark and Lisa Ernst • Alan Friedman and Kelli Proudfoot • David and Andrea Fry • Yan Ge

Oliver and Julie Herbst

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Scott and Sandra Higgins Changsheng Hu and Sun Mao Russell Kissoon and Larissa Matukas ’91 William and Victoria Lau Andrew and Emiko Lenkov Jeffrey Leung and Alison Leung Xufei Li and Xiaoyun Wang Mike List and Wendy Arnold List ’93 William Ma and Bessie Li Bill MacKenzie and Laurence Martocq Carlos Martins and Karen Murphy Eric and Jana Meerkamper Dean and Romina Nellis Andrew and Marnie Peters Mark and Peri Peters Terence and Amanda Ram Jason Spetter and Meredith Englander Richard and Sarah Suggitt Tony and Lancy Wan Christopher Wirth and Johanne Laperrière Graham Yang and Irene Sun Samir Zabaneh and Cathryn Cruickshank Lin Zheng and Ling Lu

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Grade 10

Annual Fund Class Reps: Lynn Grogan and Jackie Stewart Annual Fund Participation: 48% Annual Giving Participation: 60%

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Michael Botha and Alexandra Tinmouth ’90 Tom and Roula Brigis Rob Chadwick and Beth Pierson Richard Chen and Vivian Qian Huy Do and Chanh Leuangthong David and Andrea Fry Bruce Gray and Teresa Loucks-Gray Lisa Harrower Oliver and Julie Herbst Stephen Hon and Elaine Lai Jeremiah Hudacin and Vicky Stikeman Victor Krichker and Leigh Chalmers Paul Kurvits and Jillian Moffat Craig and Maribeth Landau Malcolm and Tara Lang Michael Lau and Wai-Ming Ho Christopher and Suzi Leonard Jonas Li and Grace Wu David Liang and Yi-Ting Tan Jim Lisser and Carol Cruickshank Gordon and Angel Lo Bob and Vicky Macdonald Tanya McIlroy Agnes Njuguna Bobby Sachdeva and Simuran Brar Jasdip Sachdeva and Antonia Figueiredo Andrew Shannon and Rachel Pollock David and Kelly Shaw Sam and Christine Sivarajan William Stevens and Lisa Porlier John and Jackie Stewart Minard and Claudine Tapawan

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Grade 11

Annual Fund Class Rep: Fulvia Dicaro Annual Fund Participation: 56% Annual Giving Participation: 63%

• John and Dianne Armstrong • William Bamber and Leigh Merlo • Bryan and Tracey Boyd • Marco and Susan ’79 Cesari • John and Alexandra Chesney Norman Chu and Liping Lin • Jean Constantin and Sheilagh Croxon Stephen and Megan Creet • Antonio and Fulvia Dicaro • Huy Do and Chanh Leuangthong • Roman and Roma Dubczak • David Fleet and Sheila McIlraith • Trevor Ford and Janet Wong • Michael Gibbens and Julie ’90 Lassonde Alan Goffenberg and Marjorie Kramer Seno Handojo and Linda Tanugraha Nizam Hasham Axel and Alexandra Kindbom Brad and Nancy Kotush Clarence Lau and Ann Wai-Lau Tom Lees and Sharon Vogel Jeffrey Leung and Yvonne To Jan and Linda Malat Jason and Terri Meiers Kevin and Lissa Muir John Sayers and Eleanor Latta David So and Mitzie Chan Elian Terner and Poonam Puri Amitkumar and Zankhana Upadhyay Mark Usher and Kristen Liesemer Tony and Lancy Wan Sean Zhu and Francy Wang 1 Anonymous Donor

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Grade 12

Annual Fund Class Reps: Judie Thom and Anna Rigby Annual Fund Participation: 25% Annual Giving Participation: 63%

• Mahmoud and Nesa Abtahi • David Bacon and Cindy Phillips • Myron Dzulynsky and Larissa Derzko • Karl Farcnik • David Lasby and Robyn Kalda Rob Reed and Shelley Bartle-Reed • Angus and Anna Rigby • Salvatore Rocco and Nancy Scolieri

Blair Scarlett and Catherine O’Brien Scarlett Michael Seguin and Naela Jinha John and Michelle Visser Andrew and Doris Wan Stephen and Gayle Ward Richard Wilson and Shannon Carson

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We are supporting Annual Giving Thank you to all of our parents and staff who supported SCS through gifts to Annual Giving initiatives.

Class of 2019 Grad Class Gift

• Mahmoud and Nesa Abtahi • David Bacon and Cindy Phillips • Rollie and Susan Cameron • Marco Caminiti and Catia Giambattistini Andrew Coburn and Helen Taylor • Paul and Gwynn Cochrane • Myron Dzulynsky and Larissa Derzko • Karl Farcnik

Lucy Farcnik ’19 Karim Fazal and Sarah Ahmed John and Bobbi Garrow Denise Goodridge Paul Guy and Nicole Noxon Douglas Harris and Michelle McClinton Paige Harris ’19 Christopher and Sarah Hillyer Carys Hillyer ’19 David and Elizabeth Kennedy Yoo-Joung Ko and Claire Moroney David Lasby and Robyn Kalda Jeffrey Lum and Lori McMullen Kevin Mercier John Monger and Odette Soriano Leslie Paine Altaf and Ashnoor Rahim Robin Rankin and Martha Kerr Angus and Anna Rigby Salvatore Rocco and Nancy Scolieri Madeleine Rocco ’19 Sophie Thom ’19 Sam Salama and Rosemary Draganic Blair Scarlett and Catherine O’Brien Scarlett Michael Seguin and Naela Jinha John and Jackie Stewart Trevor and Judie Thom

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Birthday Book

• Principal’s Circle ($1,500-$4,999)

• Founders’ Circle

($5,000-$9,999)

• Pilgrim’s Circle •

($10,000-$24,999)

The 1901 Circle ($25,000+)

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Nadim Abdo and Reem Gedeon Chris Adair and Zeinab Layton Joel and Nancy Alden Jeff and Lynn Allsop Farzad Alvi and Connie Hui Andre Amaral and Patricia Alves Peter Andersen and Clarissa Hu Eric Andrade and Cheryl Wolting Ganesan Annamalai and Sharron Sandhu John and Dianne Armstrong Raj and Kulvinder Babber Andrew and Libby Basek Tim Blair and Jennifer Kacaba ’97 Bryan and Tracey Boyd Tom and Roula Brigis

John and Elizabeth Brooks James Bunting and Sarah Lesser Rollie and Susan Cameron Olivier and Michelle Centner Jianhong and Haifang Chen Richard Chen and Vivian Qian John and Alexandra Chesney Erik and Paige Church John and Alissa Crean Craig and Rose Cross Frank DeLuca and Lisa Damiani Antonio and Fulvia Dicaro Antonio Di Domenico and Catherine Koch Brian and Dana Dodd Don Douglas and Orla McKenna Walter and Marianna Farag David Ferguson and Lynn Grogan Jon and Jodi Finkelstein David Fleet and Sheila McIlraith Michael Ford and Hilary Marsden Yanning Fu and Lei Qin Sacha and Shelly Ghai Gene and Lori Gomes Howard and Christina Greenberg Huibing Guo and Cynthia Shen Steven Harris and Jennifer Grossklaus Seno Handojo and Linda Tanugraha David Harris and Rebecca Scovel Roy and Suzette Henzie Kristi Herold Christopher and Sarah Hillyer Brad and Nancy (Crean) Hotson ’96 Changsheng Hu and Sun Mao Mark Johnson and Susan Marshall Simon Joo and Yuri Kim Andrew Kim and Christiane Koenig William and Victoria Lau William and Tina Lazarakis Bret and Cindy Leech Tom Lees and Sharon Vogel Jeffrey Leung and Yvonne To Mike List and Wendy Arnold List ’93 Dong Liu and Wendy Wen Zhuxi Liu and Yan Li Kurt MacWilliam and Dana Dramnitzke Jan and Linda Malat Greg and Meredith Mandel Zhen Yu Mao and Yun Wu Scott and Heather Margach D. Rolston Miller Carol Ann Millington Danny and Soula Mitonides John Monger and Odette Soriano Christian Murray and Natasha Grell Ralph and Erin Nella Bill Ng and Claudia Tsang ’01 Ernest and Jennifer Ng Luke Ng and Sharon Wah-Lai Chau Michael O’Rourke and Denise Guerriere Phillip Panet and Susan Bronskill

Andrew and Marnie Peters Douglas Pollitt and Raizel Robin Antonio Rodrigues and Tara Burns ’86 Jonathan Royce and Claire Jones Royce Bobby Sachdeva and Simuran Brar Jasdip Sachdeva and Antonia Figueiredo Arjun Sahgal and Sandra Kim Michael Salamon and Tracy Pryce Gerrard Schmid and Linda Mantia Donato and Margarita Sferra Andrew Shannon and Rachel Pollock Richard Sibthorpe and Michelle Weise Michael Smerdon and Melissa Pugsley Matthew Stanbrook and Nadine Abdullah Richard and Sarah Suggitt Greg and Marie Claude Sutton Arjun and Shannon Taneja Minard and Claudine Tapawan Ashley Taylor and Adrian Lang Aaron Thompson and Tara Meyer Andrew and Lynn Torres Simon and Amy Tsui Bob Vaux and Meredith Roth Hailey Verity ’90 Chris Vokes and Djenane Cameron Andrew and Doris Wan Tony and Lancy Wan Charles Whitburn and Andrea Lee ’97 Cornell Wright and Sarah McEvoy Peizhong Xu and Xing Wang Xiao Xu and Sophia Ma Raymond Yeung and Susanna Khaiyanum 2 Anonymous Donors

Speakeasy Gala

Farzad Alvi and Connie Hui William Bamber and Leigh Merlo Antonio and Fulvia Dicaro Huy Do and Chanh Leuangthong David Ferguson and Lynn Grogan David Harris and Rebecca Scovel Michelle Kim James Lee and Lianne Chen Zhen Yu Mao and Yun Wu Carol Ann Millington Martha Perry ’85 Julian and Meagan Pope Paul Rose and Jennifer Law Donato and Margarita Sferra St. Clement’s School Parents’ Association Greg and Marie Claude Sutton Bob Vaux and Meredith Roth Tony and Lancy Wan Samuel Yen and Kennis Tong Li Zhang and Ying Zhao Lin Zheng and Ling Lu AnnMarie Zigrossi

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We are generous alumnae 1940-1949

Estate of Patricia (Molyneux) Hume ’40 C. Ann (Davidson) Spence ’42 Elizabeth (Jackes) Hughson ’44 Jocelyn (Walton) Bark ’45 Elizabeth (Hopkins) Roberts ’45 Marjorie (Kilpatrick) Rowe ’46 Estate of Mary (McCree) Warner-Smith ’46 Janet (Babcock) Gouinlock ’47 Elspeth (Lowden) Hogg ’47 Nancy (Thorne) Murray ’47 Carol (Carss) Schell ’47 Margaret (Flett) Sisley ’47 C. Joan Woodland ’48 Barbara (Sampson) Fraser ’49 Ann (Blake) Galbraith ’49 Jean (Hughes) Roberts ’49 3 Anonymous Donors

1950-1959

Joan Leman ’50 Lois (Mulloy) Fricker ’51 Sandra (Waldie) Upjohn ’51 Deirdre (Nakashidze) Bugbee ’52 Rosemary (Coates) Crawford ’52 Peggy (Taylor) Howe ’52 Anne (McDonald) Adams ’53 Barbara (Blackmore) Alexander ’53 Margaret (Ketchum) Catto ’53 Patricia (Millar) Goodyear ’53 Patricia (Pyne) Lane ’53 Frances (Lees) Cornell ’54 Nancy (Sloane) Graham ’54 Elizabeth (Smith) Staveley ’54 Jean (French) Bell ’55 Margaret (Macdonald) Casey ’55 Joan Farlinger ’55 Marilyn (Howard) Fennell ’55 Patricia (McBride) Knowles ’55 Marion (Pope) Magee ’55 Eleanor (Asselstine) McLaughlin ’55 Heather (Ferguson) Moeser ’57 Ruth (Chambers) Gilbert ’58 Nancy (Vanstone) Post ’58 Valerie (Cane) Armstrong ’59 Helen (Reid) Beattie ’59 Nancy (Dewar) Birtch ’59 Bonnie (Robson) Carpenter ’59 Carin (Heidenreich) Deissner ’59 Dale (Jamison) Dixon ’59 Catherine (Curry) Graham ’59 Pat (Towers) Ireland ’59 Dawn (Magwood) Jamieson ’59 Carole (Brydon) Kinnear ’59 Susanne (Butt) Koopman ’59 Linda L’Aventure ’59 Joanne (Maddocks) Linn ’59 Cathie (Graydon) Moffat ’59

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• Principal’s Circle ($1,500-$4,999)

• Founders’ Circle

($5,000-$9,999)

• Pilgrim’s Circle

($10,000-$24,999)

• The 1901 Circle ($25,000+)

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Sandra (Greer) Shields ’59 6 Anonymous Donors

Rasha El Sissi ’87 Julia Knapp ’88

1960-1969

1990-1999

Susan (Bryant) Higginbotham ’60 Elizabeth (Power) McKibbin ’60 Joan (Bertram) McPhedran ’60 Cynthia (Jephcott) Luks ’61 Cecily (Galt) Savoie ’61 Mary-Jane (Fidler) Wagner ’61 Elayne Archer ’62 Virginia Holmes ’62 Olena Horban Galanti ’63 Trudy (Peck) Grantham ’64 Barbara (Brunton) Bowlby ’65 Julia (Ruby) Foster ’65 Eleanor Gooday ’65 Lee (Nicholson) McLoughlin ’65 Annemiek (Tupker) Miller ’65 Pronica (Stewart) Janikowski ’66 Margaret (Percy) Revell ’66 Estate of Christine (Clark) Featherstone ’67 Helena Jaczek ’67 Elizabeth Martin ’67 Gail (Rogers) Millar ’67 Mary Noble ’67 Sarah (Buck) Pryse-Phillips ’67 Catharine (Stephens) Henderson ’68 Jennifer (Lobb) Ingram ’68 Judy (Clappison) Riepma ’68 Betty Richards ’69

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1970-1979

Melany Dyer ’70 Margaret Hutchison ’70 J. Elizabeth Clarke ’72 Margaret (Cole) Deeks ’72 Barbara (Lowidt) Johnson ’72 Martha Tory ’72 Valerie (Spencer) Keyes ’73 Frances (MacKay) Simson ’73 Astrid (Pel) Pinnington ’74 Ann Roberts ’75 Katherine Spencer-Ross ’76 Lesley (Gough) Heysel ’78 Susan (Patrick) Cesari ’79 Catherine (Fricker) DesBrisay ’79 Nicola Speakman ’79 2 Anonymous Donors

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1980-1989

• Victoria (Tiffany) Robertson ’81

Susan (Lombard) Wright ’81 Nancy Evans ’82 Martha McClew ’85 Martha Perry ’85 Tara Burns ’86 Andrea Greaney ’86

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• Julie Lassonde ’90 • Alexandra Tinmouth ’90

Hailey Verity ’90 Larissa Matukas ’91 Kadey Schultz ’92 Wendy Arnold List ’93 Elizabeth Harvey ’93 Elena Holeton ’94 Hilary (Durant) McLean ’95 Nancy (Crean) Hotson ’96 Jennifer Kacaba ’97 Andrea Lee ’97 Kathleen (Harrigan) Taylor ’98 Laura Griffiths ’99 Rachel (Telch) Megitt ’99 Dolly Menna-Dack ’99 Marci (Ferguson) Morgans ’99 Sara (Duncanson) Pick ’99 Barbora Vokac Taylor ’99

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2000-2009

Christine Cronin ’00 Laura D’Angelo ’01 Lija Flude ’01 Sarah O’Sullivan ’01 Claudia Tsang ’01 Meredith Giuliani ’02 Megan Sampson ’02 Kimberly Yeung ’02 Laura Mustard ’03 Kathryn Trebuss ’03 Liliane Barbour ’04 Sarah Campbell ’04 Iris Chan ’04 Sharon Chiu ’04 Elizabeth Rocchi ’04 Hillary Armstrong ’05 Ali Greey ’05 Vicki Wang ’05 Laura Webb ’05 Anne Gleeson ’06 Kathryn Gouinlock ’06 Allison Maier ’06 Lorna Sampson ’06 Ali Azzopardi ’07 Bridget Power ’08 Kelly Quinn ’08 Heather Tory ’08 Christina Darby ’09 Victoria Sims ’09

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2010-2018

Bernice Go ’11 Olivia Foster ’13

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Alumnae Association Executive 2018-2019 Sarah Campbell ’04, President Emma Sanders Finlayson ’99, Past President Ali Azzopardi ’07, Vice President Hillary Armstrong ’05, Chair, Class Representatives Iris Chan ’04, Member at Large

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“During my years at SCS, I had many opportunities to benefit from the School’s approach to exceptional education. As an alumna, I deeply value the educational experiences and other opportunities I had during my time at the School. I am thrilled to be able to contribute back to the SCS community as a member of the Board of Governors and as President of the Alumnae Association to support our students and their learning.” — Sarah Campbell ’04 President, Alumnae Association Executive

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We are investing in the future Our endowment donors provide ongoing funding to support St. Clement’s School’s educational goals while preserving real value for future generations. Endowed gifts are invested for a maximum yield, paying out a limited yearly amount while the principal grows over the years. These gifts are directed to areas requested by the donors. Thank you to donors who have supported the following Endowed Funds:

Named Endowments

Margaret (Campbell) Bahen ’49 Scholarship Fund Ruth (Cooper) Bell ’38 Endowment Fund Gail (Williams) Brooker ’65 Scholarship Fund Elizabeth Crombie Junior School Bursary Christine (Clark) Featherstone ’67 Fund The Julia (Ruby) Foster ’65 Endowment Fund Janet (Babcock) Gouinlock ’47 Bursary Fund for Music The Merritt L. Harding Scholarship Fund The James Kostoff and Harold G. Woods Memorial Scholarship The Mackinnon-Girvan Experiential Education Fund Margaret McKay Endowment Fund Patricia D. Parisi Scholarship Fund Powell Charitable Remainder Trust Sims Family Scholarship Fund Marilyn (Yorath) Tory ’47 Memorial Fund Jillian Townsend Internship Fund Class of 2019 Class of 2018 Class of 2017 Class of 2016 Class of 2015 Class of 1965 Class of 1962

Other Endowments General Endowment Fund The St. Clement’s Fund Prize Funds

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We are leaving a legacy The Francis C. Powell Heritage Society celebrates the legacy of the Powell Family and honours members of our community who have made provisions for a planned gift to St. Clement’s School through bequests, gifts of life insurance, or charitable remainder trusts. We extend a sincere thank you to all of our Powell Heritage Society members. Your gift is a thoughtful expression of your belief in our mission to develop outstanding women who are intellectually curious, courageous, and compassionate. Marney Bowden ’73 Gail (Williams) Brooker ’65 Ann Chudleigh ’58 Frances (Lees) Cornell ’54 Margaret Jane (Bowlby) Croteau ’75 Roma Dubczak and Roman Dubczak Marilyn (Howard) Fennell ’55 Irene C. Ferguson ’64 Wendy Girvan Carolyn (Schmidt) Gossage ’51 Janet (Babcock) Gouinlock ’47 Robert Gouinlock Catherine (Curry) Graham ’59 Kelly Hollihan ’89 Janet Mackinnon Marion E.K. (Pope) Magee ’55 Jane Mason ’84 Ruth (Simonton) McDougall ’64 Steven and Shelley McGirr Hazel W. Perkin Martha Perry ’85 Gary Ryan and Anne Ferguson Sydney Tattershall ’50 Lisa J. Watson 16 Anonymous Donors

For more information on Planned Giving, please contact Michelle Kim, Senior Development Officer, at michelle.kim@scs.on.ca or 416 483 4414 x2272.

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We are generous staff

“SCS gave our daughter a well-rounded education and a launching pad for continuous education. The diverse perspectives and sense of community created a unique culture for Tilly to learn and grow in an open supported environment.” —A ngus and Anna Rigby Parents of Tilly ’19

• Principal’s Circle ($1,500-$4,999)

• Founders’ Circle •

($5,000-$9,999)

Pilgrim’s Circle ($10,000-$24,999)

• The 1901 Circle ($25,000+)

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Hillary Armstrong ’05 Panayiota Arvanitakis Sarah Behl Beth Boyden Nicole Bryant Mark Bunten Adam Caplan Michelle Carvalho Christine Castelli Paul Cobban Laura D’Angelo ’01 Kate Danter Peggy Donohue

Kelsey Edmunds Jason Fearon Krista Festarini Lija Flude ’01 Alexis Gallagher Julie Guarasci Heather Henricks Katherine Hicks Elena Holeton ’94 Owain Jones Michelle Kim Natalie LaForest Suzi Leonard Karla Lightly

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Barb Macintosh Peter McGrath Kevin Mercier Carol Ann Millington Marci Morgans ’99 Laura Mustard ’03 Edmee Nataprawira Claire Pacaud Amy Paradine Martha Perry ’85 Courtney Pratt Kayla Ramirez Elizabeth Rocchi ’04

Gillian Shim Meagan Thomas Alisha Trigatti Richard VanHuizen Nuria Varela Simon Vaughan Hailey Verity ’90 Lisa Watson Fiona Westlake Beth Will Mark Will AnnMarie Zigrossi 1 Anonymous Donor

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We are a generous community Past Parents, Past Staff, Grandparents, and Friends

Martin Abel and Kathleen Flynn Constance Adams Mark and Stephanie Bain John and Francine and Liliane ’04 Barbour Jean (French) Bell ’55 Louise Bellingham Bryan and Tracey Boyd Cheryl Carson Lorne Chapman and Stephanie Olin Chapman Brian Church and France Croteau Alan Clark and Sybil Jackson Richard Colden Brad Conacher Liam and Rebecca Cragg Dianna Craig Margaret Crossley Fund Norma Croxon Charm Darby John and Margaret (Cole) ’72 Deeks Brian Denega and Cindy Crawford Hugh and Catherine (Fricker) ’79 DesBrisay Patrick W. Dunn Morry Edelstein and Laura Rachlin Robert and Elisabeth Eldridge Robert and Julia (Ruby) ’65 Foster Brian and Barbara Fox Lois (Mulloy) Fricker ’51 Wendy Girvan John and Sarah Gleeson Eleanor Gooday ’65 Robert and Janet (Babcock) ’47 Gouinlock Nancy (Sloane) Graham ’54 William and Catherine (Curry) ’59 Graham Laird and Trudy (Peck) ’64 Grantham Lorraine Greey and Ali Greey ’05 Joseph Groia and Susan Barnacal Ian Hardacre and Karen Proctor John Harvey Claire Hazzard Mary Ellen Herman Dan Hill and Leanne Foster Peter Hill and Maria Tassone Nancy Hilliker Marion Holley Ian and Adair Hope Elizabeth (Jackes) Hughson ’44 Irvine Robinson Interiors Co. Limited

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J. Bradley McGonigle Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc. Bob Jacob A.M. and Pronica (Stewart) ’66 Janikowski David and Barbara (Lowidt) ’72 Johnson Julia Knapp ’88 Peter Koster and Martha McClew ’85 John and Adrienne Lasby Fred Lerner Eric and Cynthia (Jephcott) ’61 Luks Robert Lunan Hugh MacDowell Robert Macfarlane Janet Mackinnon David MacLellan Joe and Lidia Maio Deirdre Malone Mayfield Ventures LLC The McEvoy Family Jeremy McGilpatrick David and Karen McKay Ian and Hilary (Durant) ’99 McLean Annemiek (Tupker) Miller ’65 Dominic Montemurro and Susan Willis-Montemurro Susan Mullin Heather Newsome Brian and Donna Nicholls Penny Perry Peter Gzowski Foundation for Literacy Christopher and Astrid (Pel) ’74 Pinnington Alice Pitt Thomas Pladsen and Wanda Ho Proof Inc. Timothy and Judith Rance Donald and Margaret (Morgan) ’66 Revell Alex and Jean (Hughes) ’49 Roberts Paul Robitaille Gary Ryan and Anne Ferguson Keith and Margi Rypczyk Obodai and Sheila Sai Heather Sampson The Sharon Social Fishing Club Charles and Laurie Sims Richard Solomon Betty Speakman Silvia Surugiu Thomas Sutton and Rasha El Sissi ’87 Joanne Thompson Martha Tory ’72 Suzanne Tory Kathryn Trebuss ’03 Deborah Trouten Tim Van Alstyne and Carolyn Cullen Innes van Nostrand and Alison Holt

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William Verner Paul and Fiona Westlake Jeffrey Wong and Mona Ma Anne Wonham Stephen Woolven and Karen Fleming Elaine Wynne Paul Zhou and Lefei Tang 11 Anonymous Donors

Bequests

Estate of Christine (Clark) Featherstone ’67 Estate of Mary (McCree) Warner-Smith ’46

Gifts-in-Kind

• Hume Media Inc. Foundations

CAF American Donor Fund Canada Gives Canadian Online Giving Foundation Florence Margaret Thompson ’35 Foundation ITLMA Foundation M.E.H. Foundation Mackinnon Family Charitable Fund Patterson and Patricia Hume Foundation PayPal Charitable Giving Fund Pollock Family Foundation Raymond James Canada Foundation Strategic Charitable Giving Foundation The Brooke Foundation The Lowidt Foundation The Merritt Harding Educational Trust Fund The William Rathbone Family Charitable Trust

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• • • •

In honour of:

• • •

In memory of:

Gigi Di Rocco ’25 Emma Koster ’18 Abigail Margach ’23 Natasha ’25 and Isabella Sangha ’26 Megan Scarlett ’19 Caroline Tolton ’18 Lynne (Baskett) Boddy ’70 Marion (Mulloy) Cassels ’47 Ruth (Manson) Evans ’43 Christine (Clark) Featherstone ’67 Brianna Hersey ’00 Beverley (Butler) Lewis ’51 Ruth (Leitch) Lunan ’54 Martha Mann Southgate ’57 Andrea Mazzoleni ’59 Marilyn (Yorath) Tory ’47

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Statement of Financial Position

As at July 31, 2019

Assets Current Cash Receivables Sundry and prepayments Long-term investments Capital assets Liabilities Current Payables and accruals Unearned revenue Security fees Accrued retirement allowance Deferred contributions Deferred capital contributions Net Assets Restricted for endowment purposes Unrestricted

Statement of Operations

Year Ended July 31, 2019

Revenue Tuition Acceptance fees Donation, The Thomas Wesley Powell Foundation Trust Donations, other Investment income Interest, dividends and income distributions from pooled funds Realized gain on sale of investments Unrealized gain (loss) on fair value of investments Sundry Rental property Amortization of deferred capital contributions Expenses Salaries and benefits Program materials General and administrative Facilities operations and maintenance Financial assistance Depreciation Sundry Rental property Excess of Revenues Over Expenses

Annual Report of Giving 2018–2019

2019 2018

$

5,649,867 $ 7,518,296 1,189,544 1,180,525 230,562 273,261 7,069,973 8,972,082

13,014,532 16,656,985 $ 36,741,490 $

$

8,951,782 17,214,659 35,138,523

215,483 $ 362,586 9,704,893 9,628,556 250,500 249,500 10,170,876 10,240,642 142,070 245,947 1,920,159 1,634,133 5,575,420 5,320,690 17,808,525 17,441,412 2,796,138 2,619,073 16,136,827 15,078,038 18,932,965 17,697,111 $36,741,490 $35,138,523

2019 2018 $13,807,523 $13,418,780 630,000 507,500 189,619 810,974

183,840 999,278

723,213 54,877

455,925 63,428

(213,517) 434,390 237,043

197,619 398,887 215,843

230,745 234,389 16,904,867 16,675,489 $10,983,202 $ 11,281,253 1,235,808 993,968 1,198,877 1,445,822 857,623 1,272,722 733,336 733,467 577,774 552,905 169,784 138,125 83,012 113,718 15,839,416 16,531,980 1,065,451

143,509

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“We have witnessed the impact of an SCS education firsthand. Beyond supporting our daughter to excel in a rigorous academic program, the School fosters resilience, diversity of thought, and creativity. It’s important to us to support SCS - in the work that is happening daily, and with a strategic eye to the School’s future.” —Lisa Porlier Parent of Ellie ‘21 and member of the SCS Board of Governors

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St. Clement’s School Board of Governors 2018-2019 Brian Denega, CA, CIRP, Chair Senior Vice President, Transaction Advisory Services, Ernst & Young Inc. Karen Ann McKay, MBus, Vice Chair Senior Vice President, HR and Learning and Development, Eli Lilly Canada Inc. David Bacon, CPA, CA, MBA, ICD.D Treasurer Senior Vice President & CFO, Extendicare Robert Chadwick, LL.B., Chair, Property Committee Partner, Goodmans LLP Reverend Andrew Federle, M.Div. Rector, St. Clement’s Church Julia (Ruby) Foster ’65, C.M., LL.D. (Hon) Hilary McLean ’95, BBA, MSc Head of Commercial Operations, Church and Dwight Dr. Alice Pitt Vice-Provost Academic, York University Lisa Porlier Managing Director, Russell Reynolds Associates Poonam Puri, LL.M. Professor of Law, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University Kennis Tong, BBA, FCCA Sarah Campbell ’04, Alumnae Association President Director, Pharmacy Projects and Planning, Shoppers Drug Mart John Sayers, LL.B. Parents’ Association President

“I feel incredibly fortunate to have been able to attend SCS and felt like my education helped as a fundamental element to become the person that I am today. My time at SCS has also helped me to stay in touch with and meet truly inspiring alumnae. SCS grads are changing the world in so many ways. I have chosen to give back in both my time as a Board member and with financial support, to enable other girls to benefit from leading-edge education to help them to make their mark on the world. —Hilary McLean ’95

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Advancement Office St. Clement’s School 21 St. Clements Avenue Toronto ON M4R 1G8 scs.on.ca/support-scs

St. Clement’s School gratefully acknowledges all donors whose generous and continued commitments demonstrate their support and loyalty to the School. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this report. If, however, any errors or omissions have occurred, please accept our apologies, and advise the Advancement Office so that corrections can be made. All financial figures and statements were correct at time of going to print but are subject to final audit. This Annual Report of Giving presents highlights for the past year and provides the summary financial statements for St. Clement’s School. For a complete copy of St. Clement’s School’s audited financial statements, please contact the Advancement Office at 416 483 4835. Charitable Registration No. 10500 5805 RR0001


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