How to Apply
- The first part of the application is the online application form – find the link below under the Apply Now section. This form will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. We recommend you complete and submit the whole form in one sitting. You can begin the application, save it and return to it later, if you don’t have time to complete it in one sitting. Please ensure you have the following on hand before beginning the online application:
- a printer
- the names and email addresses of two references (one current teacher and one personal)
- a credit card
- Before submitting the online application, print out the Student Questionnaire for your son or daughter to complete. Upload the completed document to your Self-Service Centre account, along with the required report cards.
- Finally, the admissions office will contact you to schedule a test and interview, if this requirement has not already been completed.
Click here to watch three short videos which will walk you through the online application process.
Please click on the link for the school and academic year you wish to apply for to start the process:
Senior School (Grades 9-12)
When reviewing an application to TCS, the admissions committee considers a candidate’s academic record, the candidate’s interest in and desire to join the TCS community, as well as the candidate’s passions and successes outside the classroom. In short, we are looking for students who would be an all-round fit for the TCS community. There are eight essential pieces of information that must be received by the School and steps that must be taken before a candidate's file will be considered for admissions:
Online Application Form
Current Teacher Recommendation
School reports from two consecutive academic years (most recent report received and previous year-end report)
Application Fee $150 CDN
OLSAT or SSAT Aptitude Test
About Our Aptitude Tests
Trinity College School’s admissions office uses Canadian standardized objective tests as one of its tools for evaluating potential TCS students. These tests are neither pass-fail nor competitive. Each applicant’s results are evaluated on the basis of his or her current grade and age.
The test is 40 minutes in length. The verbal portion of the test deals with knowledge of vocabulary and the ability to use words correctly in sentences. The quantitative portion of the test assesses mathematical skills; questions are based on basic math principles (primarily addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) and do not require advanced formulas. In addition, we ask the student for a writing sample.
The admissions committee also weighs the applicant’s school reports, interview performance, recommendations, and desire to attend TCS.