Alumni News

Wednesday, December 02, 2020

On Thursday, November 26th, the student-led Black Student Alliance (by Kamsy Onyekere, Bolu Abiola and Rati Dube; facilitated by Ms. Zoe Walwyn) held their first Black Alumni Career Night. The purpose of this night was to inspire Black students at Trinity College School with the amazing work that Black alumni are currently doing, and their pathways to success. The Black alumni that came to...

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Thursday, November 26, 2020

Trinity College School now has a new disc golf course, thanks to a generous donation by current parents Mike and Jenny Wong P’22.

A few students have already had the chance to try out the new course, which takes players through nine holes situated on the northeast section of campus.

The sport of disc golf has taken off as a result of the pandemic, because it accommodates physical...

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Wednesday, November 11, 2020

“Each has won a glorious grave – not that sepulchre of earth wherein they lie, but the living tomb of everlasting remembrance wherein their glory is enshrined.” – Pericles, c. 429 BC

On November 11th, the Trinity College School community remembered those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of freedom during the annual Remembrance Day service. Although unable to...

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Monday, November 09, 2020

On November 3rd, the Trinity College School community gathered for the 125th running of the Oxford Cup race. This long-standing event took place with a twist this year – which actually looked similar to races in the past.

This year, each house in the Senior School nominated 10 runners to compete in a 5km course that commenced with a staggered start for each house. The rest of the...

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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

This fall, the music department of Trinity College School was immeasurably enhanced with the donation of a special and historic instrument – a Chickering baby grand piano that belonged to Hagood Hardy ’55.

Hardy, who attended TCS from 1953-1955, was affectionately referred to by his classmates as “our music man.” A revered band-leader at TCS, Hardy’s musical career grew to international...

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Monday, September 28, 2020

The first Monday chapel service of the school year saw the formal installation of Trinity College School’s prefects and house leaders for the 2020-2021 school year. Of course, these students have already been hard at work over the past three weeks, helping new students become acclimated, sharing important messages about health and safety on campus, and leading the charge during last week’s...

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Monday, September 14, 2020

With resilience and determination, Trinity College School students prepared to head into the new school year as the final day of student arrivals wrapped up on Friday, September 11th. Following Thursday’s welcome for new boarders, new day students joined us on Friday and enjoyed the chance to meet housemates and take part in a fun scavenger hunt around campus.

In addition to welcoming...

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Tuesday, June 23, 2020

“Close your eyes and imagine the TCS campus…”

It was a Speech Day unlike any before in the history of Trinity College School, as the school community gathered online to watch the annual Senior School prize giving and graduation ceremony on Friday, June 19th. With students spread around the globe and campus closed due to COVID-19, Headmaster Stuart Grainger opened the video presentation...

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Monday, May 11, 2020

This year’s National Nurses Week in Canada, which takes place May 11th to 17th, has taken on special meaning as we have all gained a greater appreciation for the critical role played by frontline health care workers as a result of the COVID-19 global pandemic. At Trinity College School, we wanted to mark this occasion by sharing the stories of just a few of our amazing alumni working in the...

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Monday, May 04, 2020

On Friday, May 1st, Trinity College School celebrated its 155th birthday, with members of the school community gathering online from around the world to honour this milestone. TCS was founded in 1865 by Revd. William A. Johnson, who wanted to create a school for his own sons and a few other boys at his parsonage in Weston, Ontario. Revd. Johnson imparted his own love of science and the natural...

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