From networking with professionals at the inaugural Career Conference to volunteering at a local shelter for at-risk youth, Senior School students had many hands-on learning experiences this year – in the workplace, on global trips, in volunteer roles and in nature – through the Ivy Compass Program.
Learning to Lead
At Crofton House, every girl learns to be a leader Crofton House girls have many opportunities to learn to lead. Beginning in the early grades, students start to see how they can have a positive impact through hands-on learning in classrooms, in nature and in the community. As they progress through the grades, older girls are supported to take on formal leadership roles and develop cross-grade relationships that develop responsibility and showcase leadership for younger students.
Girls are immersed in a culture that models our values of courage, creativity and citizenship so they are able to apply the skills of a leader – critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, collaboration and conflict resolution – during their time at Crofton House and beyond.
Grade 10 students travelled to Lakefield, Ontario to attend the CAIS Student Leadership Conference.
Grade 7 students welcomed Crofton Manor residents for an afternoon tea in the Junior School atrium.