Grade 10 students reach for new heights

Trinity College School’s Grade 10 students traveled to Ganaraska Forest for a fun afternoon of icebreakers, games and Treetop Trekking, on Friday, September 7th.

Each student had the opportunity to complete a series of high ropes and zip lining courses that required students to move outside their comfort zones. Ganaraska Forest houses the second most challenging, advanced Treetop Trekking course in Ontario and it was great to see some of our students attempt it.

The school prefects did an amazing job of leading some icebreakers and team building activities for the students. Some favourite activities included “huckle buckle,” “ninja” and “squirt.”

Over the course of the afternoon, the Grade 10 students were able to build new friendships and get to know some of their teachers and their peers. They returned to TCS for a delicious dinner in Osler Hall to finish off a fantastic day!

Click on the links below for multimedia from the Grade 10 day trip:

- By Ms. Megan McNutt, Grade 10 coordinator