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Parents and alumni show support at Bermuda admissions reception

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Tuesday, 15 November 2011
 

 The Trinity College School admissions office hosted its annual Bermuda reception the evening of November 14th, and attendance was the highest it has been in the past decade, reports Kathy LaBranche, director of admissions.

The success of the event was due to a combination of extremely happy current parents and proud alumni spreading the word about TCS, as well as the great work done by Myke Healy, director of teaching and learning, who represented the School at the CAIS Bermuda fair earlier in the month. TCS has a great reputation in Bermuda and there are currently 16 Bermudian students at the School.

The current TCS parents in attendance (Tina and John Rego, Laura and Jeffrey Amaral, Carol Jack, Jenny and John Bradley and Melody and Roger Parris) sang the praises all night of our housemasters, advisors, coaches, facilities, food and more. They were a great support and certainly gave an authentic feel to the evening.

Along with a surprise visit from Nathan Swan ’06 and Iain Redford ’07, the alumni presence was rounded out by George Holmes ’76, Sean Kelly ’82 and current associate faculty member Emily Foster ’06. Ms. Foster not only helped with the reception, but also with testing and interviewing eight potential students.

It was very gratifying to see the long relationship between TCS and Bermuda remains strong and vibrant!

Click here for photos from the reception.

 

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