Canadian Families Boarding Incentive Program

For Canadian students entering Grade 9, the boarding experience just got a whole lot more affordable.

As Trinity College School celebrated its sesquicentennial in 2015, the Canadian Families Boarding Incentive Program marked this landmark anniversary by paying homage to the vision of the School’s founder, The Reverend W.A. Johnson, whose mission was to provide young Canadians with an outstanding education.

TCS Offers a $59,000 Incentive for Canadian Boarding Students Entering Grade 9

If your child is entering Grade 9 and is Canadian, Trinity College School wants to invest in his or her future. The Canadian Families Boarding Incentive Program is your child’s opportunity to experience the full benefits of a boarding education at TCS at a 25% savings. For qualifying Canadian families, this equals a savings of approximately $59,000 over four years!

 


Tuition Comparison with the Canadian Families Boarding Incentive Program

Canadian Families Boarding Incentive Program
(Based on Grade 9 entry)

$45,000 / year

Regular Tuition Fees
(Based on Grade 10, 11 or 12 entry)

$59,750 / year

Program Savings Explained: Canadian boarding students who enter in Grade 9 will receive savings of approximately $59,000. The total cost is then equivalent to a four-year boarding experience for the cost of three years.

Program Qualifications: All Grade 9 students who are accepted into TCS's boarding program, and who are Canadian citizens or hold official Landed Immigrant status, will be subject to the tuition fees outlined in the Canadian Families Boarding Incentive Program. No additional qualifications are required.

How to apply

The Canadian Families Boarding Incentive Program represents a significant cost savings, so if you are considering the boarding experience for your child, now is the time to act!

You may complete the application form on the Apply Now page, or you may contact the admissions office directly.

905-885-3209
admissions@tcs.on.ca

Explore other opportunities

Our financial assistance program is comprised of need-based bursaries and merit-based scholarships. Separate from our formal financial assistance program, we also offer incentive pricing that may benefit families of Canadian boarding students; the Canadian Families Boarding Incentive Program was introduced in recognition of the School's 150th anniversary and offers a $59,000 incentive for Canadian boarding students entering Grade 9.

To learn more about these opportunities, select from the options below.

 
Bursaries
Scholarships
Canadian Families Boarding Incentive Program