What is the cost of a TCS education? If you asked our students and their families, they would tell you that it is difficult to put a price on an experience that has changed their lives! But if you're wondering about the numbers, our fee tables are below.
The 2017-2018 fees are as follows (all fees quoted are in Canadian dollars):
Day student fees:
- $23,950 - Grades 5 and 6
- $25,450 - Grades 7 and 8
- $33,250 - Grades 9 and 10
- $33,750 - Grades 11 and 12
Boarding student fees:
- $61,750 Grades 9 and 10 international*
- $62,250 Grades 11 and 12 international*
- $41,750 Grade 9, 10, 11 and 12 for Canadian Families Boarding Incentive Programme**
- $55,750 Grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 Canadian**
*International students who hold a Canadian passport will now be considered a “Canadian boarding student” and therefore the Canadian fee table will apply to these students.
**Canadian boarding fees apply to: 1) students who have Canadian citizenship and 2) residents of the USA or Bermuda. To qualify for the cost savings offered under the Canadian Families Boarding Incentive Programme, which is based on Grade 9 entry on or after the 2014-2015 school year, students MUST hold Canadian citizenship.
More information related to fees is available for download from the right side of this page.
Regarding fees, how can they be paid?
Payments may be made by electronic bill payment (available through most Canadian financial institutions), direct deposit at a bank, credit card, bank wire transfer, cash, cheque, bank draft or money order.
For further payment information, please refer to the Payment Methods download on the right side of this page or click here.
To pay by credit card, use the Plastiq payment button on the right side of this page or click here.
What other fees should I expect?
Uniforms: These can be purchased new from our supplier or used in the Bear Boutique guild store on campus. Most families look at $750-$1,000 in their first year for uniform expenses.
Books: For Senior School students, books are purchased from the School (either new or second-hand when available) and can be resold to the store at the end of the school year (depending on the condition of the book and whether or not it is being used next year.) We recommend budgeting around $500 for books for the year initially. Junior School students are charged a fee of approximately $75 for consumable books and texts. All other textbooks and novels are loaned to the students by the School.
Laptop: For Senior School students, a laptop is mandatory. For new Senior School students, we ask that you bring your own Apple notebook. Recommendations on specifications and models in addition to more information will be coming soon. A modest software fee may apply depending on course selection.
Tuition Refund Plan (TRP): The tuition insurance premium is calculated at 1.69% of the total tuition fee, less any financial assistance awarded, plus Ontario sales tax of 8%. This insurance is mandatory for all families on the three, quarterly or monthly payment plan and optional for families choosing the full payment plan.
Junior School class trips: Each year the Grade 5/6 and Grade 7/8 classes go on class trips with the cost being approximately $500.
Health Insurance: For families outside Canada, we would recommend health insurance at the cost of approximately $675 annually. To renew the insurance, the family must contact the Health Centre directly each year.
Other: There will be some extra costs for certain team uniforms, incidentals and travel costs. Please call admissions for details (905-885-3209).
Financial Assistance & Scholarships
Trinity College School is very fortunate to have an endowment that now exceeds $50 million. The majority of the return generated on the capital is rolled over to the School’s financial assistance program. During the last school year, more than 150 students and their families received about $2.5 million in financial assistance. To learn about our financial assistance program, click here.
The School also offers a substantial scholarship program aimed at enroling the most outstanding young men and women. To learn about our merit-based scholarship programs, click here.