Open HousesOur open houses give visitors and prospective students the best feel for the Trinity College School community. These events provide the opportunity to tour the school and meet with the headmaster, faculty, and students as well as see different activities around campus. In addition, these days offer Senior School applicants the opportunity to write our entrance test and be interviewed.
- Saturday, October 22, 2016
- Saturday, February 4, 2017 (Junior School only)
- Saturday, February 11, 2017 (Senior School only)
- Saturday, April 29, 2017 (Senior School only) Please click here to register.
- Saturday, May 6, 2017 (Junior School only) Please click here to register.
Note: Our open houses begin at 10:00 a.m. and run through until 1:00 p.m.
For more detailed information about our open houses please click here.
Visit During the Week
Spend a Days and Spend a Day/Nights
Spend a Day and Spend a Day/Nights give prospective students the chance to experience a day in the life of a TCS student. Visitors are hosted by one of our current students and attend classes, meet teachers and students and enjoy delicious food in Osler Hall. Students applying to our boarding program have the option of staying overnight in one of the residences.
- October 22nd (Grade 9-12)
- November 25th (Grade 5-12)
- January 27th (Grade 5-12)
- February 10th (Grade 9-12)
Spaces for these days are limited. Please contact the admissions office at 905-885-3209 for more information and to register.
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.