Alumni News

Monday, April 09, 2018

A small oak sapling has found a new home at Trinity College School, planted to honour those who made the ultimate sacrifice in World War I. Following morning chapel on Monday, April 9th, students and staff joined together at the west side of the Memorial Chapel for a ceremonial tree planting and blessing of the new “Vimy Oak,” led by Capt. the Revd. Canon Don Aitchison, chaplain of TCS and of...

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Wednesday, March 07, 2018

During the first week of March, Trinity College School welcomed alumni in Western Ontario to socials in Kitchener-Waterloo and London. Hosted by Rick Traugott, manager, alumni programs, both receptions had great turnouts.

Overall, about 50 alumni attended the events, ranging from the class of 1969 to the class of 2017. It was great to get Old Boys and Old Girls from all generations...

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Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Again this year, an enthusiastic group of Trinity College School Old Boys made the journey to Port Hope to play against the Bigside basketball team, the evening of Friday, January 19th. This year marked a new era as it was the first alumni basketball game played in the new Arnold Massey ’55 Athletic Centre.

A good crew of alumni played this year: Kennon Higgs ’16, Charlie Pearson ’16,...

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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Trinity College School welcomed over 130 hockey players, including alumni, parents, staff and friends, for the 10th Annual Collin Cureatz ’02 Memorial Shinny Tournament on Saturday, January 20th at the Peter Campbell Memorial Rink.

This event is a chance for the school community to gather in memory of Collin and support the bursary which bears his name, while taking part in a sport he...

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Monday, January 15, 2018

Trinity College School's Cayman Branch warmly welcomed Headmaster Stuart Grainger back to the island on Thursday January 11th. Hosted by Branch President Chelsea Smith '06, alumni ranging from the classes of 1978 to 2011 gathered for cocktails and a presentation by the headmaster and Doug Mann, executive director of philanthropy & alumni.

The relationship between TCS and the Cayman...

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Friday, December 01, 2017

On Tuesday, November 21st, Headmaster Stuart Grainger, Head of Senior School Kristopher Churchill and Rick Traugott, manager of alumni programs at Trinity College School, welcomed alumni and parents in the Halifax area to a social reception at local pub, Maxwell’s Plum. Over 20 turned out for another great Halifax event with recent alumni at Dalhousie University, current and past parents and...

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Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Performers Frank Lawler ’84 and Chris de Courcy-Ireland ’85

The Trinity College School Alumni Association’s seventh Art Show took on some “variety” this year with the addition of music and drama to the evening. The Alumnae Theatre in Toronto hosted over 100 alumni, parents and friends of the School for this tremendous event, held Thursday, November 16th.

A total of 20 pieces of art were submitted to the show, from 15 artists including alumni (...

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Monday, November 20, 2017

Through cold, rainy weather, the Trinity College School community showed its heart and determination as students, staff, alumni and family members gathered for the 122nd running of the Oxford Cup on Saturday, November 18th.

A time-honoured tradition, the race allows the community to join together in celebration of the importance of physical fitness. While trophies and awards are...

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Monday, November 13, 2017

For the sixth time, Trinity College School will showcase the works of some of the incredible artists within our school community at our biennial art show and sale hosted by the TCS Alumni Association. In addition to the regular visual arts show, this year we will be adding music, drama and comedy to the line-up with a variety show on stage at the Alumnae Theatre in Toronto.  


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Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Saturday, October 14th was a beautiful day for Trinity College School’s third annual campus tree planting event, the Big Tree Plant. Twenty-one students came out for a fun afternoon of hard but rewarding work. This special Service Saturday event was held in recognition of the 25 TCS Old Boys lost in 1917 in various WWI conflicts.

Canon Don Aitchison shared the names and some stories of...

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