Trinity College School’s Academic Summer School offerings for 2012 have now been announced! Parents are encouraged to consider registering their children soon, while space permits. Students often use the summer as an opportunity to "reach ahead" for credits, either to lighten their load during the academic year, to catch up, or to allow for a truly liberal education. The School has created diverse methods for students to obtain TCS credits, taught by our own faculty, at the level of excellence that students and their families have come to expect.
Running July 2-July 24, 2012, the School will be offering five on-site credits which will include: Grade 9 Geography (CGC1D); Grade 10 Science (SNC2D); Grade 11 Math (Functions) (MCR3U); Grade 12 English (ENG4U); and Grade 12 Math (Advanced Functions) (MHF4U). For more information or to register, click here.
Also, for the first time, TCS students will be able to take summer courses online through the eLearning Consortium. TCS will offer one course for which any consortium student can enrol. TCS students can also sign up for online summer school with the other six schools offering online courses through the consortium. Course offerings include Grade 11 Intro to Anthropology, Psychology and Sociology (HSP3Me); Grade 11 Communications Technology (TJG3Me); Grade 12 Challenge and Change in Society (HSB4Me); and Grade 12 International Business Fundamentals (BBB4Me). For more information, click here.
TCS Summer Programmes at Cambridge University
For those students who wish to benefit from an experiential learning opportunity, the School is once again offering courses at Cambridge University. Students in this extraordinary summer programme study abroad; taught by TCS faculty members, students can earn an Ontario Secondary School credit while travelling and discovering a new culture. Excursions, site programming and other culturally targeted initiatives are facilitated by our programme partner, REACH Cambridge. To learn about course availability for the summer of 2012, click here or contact Dr. Gregory Hodges at email@example.com.