Facts & Figures

5-12 day co-educational
9-12 boarding co-educational
College preparatory

Total Enrolment (as of September 6, 2020)
581 students total

Breakdown of Day and Boarding
Junior School day students: 102
Senior School day students: 197
Senior School boarding students: 282

Breakdown Per Grade
Grade 5: 13
Grade 6: 17
Grade 7: 29
Grade 8: 43
Grade 9: 94
Grade 10: 114
Grade 11: 138
Grade 12: 133

Breakdown of Male and Female
Total Enrolment: 54% Boys, 46% Girls
Jr. Day boys: 56
Jr. Day girls: 46
Sr. Day boys: 110
Sr. Day girls: 87
Boarding boys: 145
Boarding girls: 137
Total boys: 311
Total girls: 270

A complete listing of our tuition and fees can be found on our Affording TCS page.

40 hectares (100 acres), including: nine playing fields, indoor hockey arena, five gyms, swimming pool, harrier course, five squash courts, four tennis courts, outdoor beach volleyball and basketball courts

Port Hope, Ontario, Canada; overlooking Lake Ontario; three blocks south of Highway 401; 100 km (62 miles) east of Toronto

Financial Assistance 
31% of students receive aid based on need

Male boarding houses: Bethune, Bickle and Brent
Female boarding houses: Burns, Ketchum and Scott
Male day houses: Hodgetts and Orchard
Female day houses: Wright and Rigby

Academic Departments
Computer Studies, English, The Arts, Health & Physical Education, Languages & Culture, Mathematics, Science, Social Science

92 Senior School faculty and residential staff
15 Junior School faculty

Student to Faculty Ratio and Class Size (Senior School)
Student to Faculty Ratio: 6:1
Class size range: 12 to 20 students

University Placement
Click here for current university placement information

Extra-curricular activities
19 inter-school sports (click here for details), recreational sports/fitness (all terms), community service, arts (theatre, music, debate, dance and more), student clubs, dances, cultural excursions

Geographic Distribution of Students
Largely Ontario (370+ students), with the remainder from across Canada (32 students) and 157 students from 31 countries outside Canada

10,000 volumes in print, e-book and audiobook; online database; print and digital journals

Endowment (as at July 1, 2019)
$58.7 million

Operating Budget
$30 million

Active Alumni
5,700 approximately