During our assembly and learning on June 3, our community came together in solidarity against racism and intolerance.
In July 2019, 10 alumnae from the Class of 1979 travelled from far and wide to Prince Edward County to celebrate their 40th reunion.
This podcast series brings together a panel of subject matter experts—from within the school and the broader community—to discuss and debate the latest topics we want to know more about and better understand.
When girls are learning the skills they need to succeed in fields that remain dominated by men, there are benefits to being educated in an all-girls environment.
At the end of every January, thousands of librarians collaborated and shared their expertise over a three-day conference, very aptly titled the Ontario Library Association Superconference.
This February, Elmwood School’s theatre troupe invites us to examine our own reflections in their production of Nancy Harris’ The Red Shoes.
The Lead Like a Girl Leadership Conference is a completely student-driven initiative and will be focused on "Environmental Sustainability and Consciousness."
The Old Girls’ Art Show 2020, featuring 30 artists from the Elmwood community displaying over 80 works of art, was a huge success!