Alumni News

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

On Thursday, November 7th, Trinity College School hosted the 79th annual Toronto Branch Dinner at the Royal Canadian Military Institute. Over 100 alumni from the classes of 1956 to 2019 attended, as well as more than 30 current and former staff members. 

The meal was terrific as always, and the vibe in the room was lively. After a toast to the School led by David Thomas ’82, chair of...

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Wednesday, October 23, 2019

All TCS community members are invited to join us in one of the School’s most treasured Christmas traditions: the 94th Carol Services at TCS, to be held December 14th and 15th at 4:00 p.m. in the historic Memorial Chapel. Click here for full event details, and plan to attend...

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Tuesday, October 01, 2019

The TCS Parents’ Guild can’t wait to welcome families to campus this Saturday, October 5th for Bear Fair, a day of fun including international foods, TCS sports teams in action, music, pony rides, giant book and bake sales, Razberry the Clown, life-sized games of Jenga and Kerplunk, and a silent auction featuring amazing...

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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

The biggest event of the year will be held in Cirne Hall the evening of Saturday, November 16th. Join us for the Science of Wine, a wine and food pairing event featuring entertainment, a mixology course, auctions and lots of fun! Help support our science program and the renovation of lab 705. Early bird tickets available now at www.tcs.on.ca...

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Monday, September 16, 2019

This fall, Trinity College School is combining two beloved traditions – the 124th running of the Oxford Cup and the Terry Fox Run – to be held on Friday, September 20th at 2:30 p.m. Alumni, parents and friends are invited to join Junior and Senior School students and staff for this special event and/or to donate in support of cancer research.

Want to run/...

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

This past weekend saw another great Reunion Weekend at Trinity College School, as alumni and guests gathered to celebrate classes ending in “4” and “9”!

The 31st Annual TCS Golf Tournament was well attended, with 82 alumni, staff and guests teeing off at Dalewood Golf Club on Friday, May 24th. During the post-golf festivities, the Jocko Taylor ’67 award for loyalty and dedication to the...

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Live chat with Melissa MacCoubrey '10

Trinity College School students gained insight into the job market today, and in the future, during the annual Career Showcase, held the evening of Tuesday, April 9th. Hosted by the School’s philanthropy and alumni office, the showcase welcomes alumni and parents to share their experiences in the work world, with an emphasis on networking, education and creating opportunities.

The...

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Tuesday, February 05, 2019

The strong Trinity College School tradition in Bermuda continued with two great events during the last week of January.

Alumni and past parents gathered at Goslings Wine Bar on Wednesday, January 30th to welcome Headmaster Stuart Grainger and retired faculty members Scott and Lauren Taylor. The reception included an update on the School, memories shared by the Taylors and a snippet of a...

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Thursday, January 24, 2019

It has been a year since Trinity College School community members learned of the next phase of initiatives aimed at the preservation and enhancement of our beautiful campus with the launch of the TCS Renaissance Plan. The summer of 2018 saw the TCS Renaissance Plan in full swing with several short-term priority projects being addressed and completed.

Completed projects...

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Wednesday, January 23, 2019
Blair Keiser '90 & Rick Traugott

The 11th Annual Collin Cureatz ’02 Memorial Shinny Tournament took place on Saturday, January 19th at the Peter Campbell Memorial Rink. The School welcomed over 120 hockey players, including alumni, parents, staff and friends, for this tremendous yearly event.

This tournament and dinner is a chance for the school community to gather in memory of Collin and support the bursary which...

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