Campus Construction

Our campus is transforming thanks to the support of the TCS community through the School’s 150th Anniversary Campaign. This page will keep you updated on the construction process and provide guidance on navigating campus.

With the Learning Commons officially opening in November 2015, the current campaign priority is the new $12 million Arnold Massey ’55 Athletic Centre project. Construction is underway on this 40,000-square-foot athletic centre, which will be connected to the east side of the School via the Ernest Howard Squash Centre. The completed facility is expected to open fall 2017. Check back for frequent updates on this exciting new addition to campus!

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Project Updates

Wednesday November 23, 2016

In a message to alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends of TCS, on November 22, 2016, Headmaster Stuart Grainger shared a video update on the progress of the School’s $12 million Game On fundraising campaign and the ongoing construction of the Arnold Massey ’55 Athletic Centre. 

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Wednesday November 02, 2016

Please be advised that the work on Rose Glen Road has been completed early and the road is now open in both directions.

Tuesday November 01, 2016

Trinity College School’s Game On Celebration, which took place the evening of Saturday, October 29th in Cirne Hall, was a huge success, raising over $150,000 in support of the Arnold Massey ’55 Athletic Centre.

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Arnold Massey '55 Athletic Centre

At Trinity College School we know that students learn important life lessons through athletics: being part of a team, taking on leadership roles, setting personal goals, accepting challenges, developing healthy habits, staying active and forming friendships. While our outdoor facilities are the envy of other independent schools, our indoor sports facilities were built decades ago for a smaller school population.

The proposed new $12 million, 40,000-square-foot athletic centre will be connected to the northeast side of the School and will include: three gymnasiums (one single and one double); two additional squash courts (for a total of five); a large cardio & resistance training area and a physical therapy facility, among other exciting features. Visit to donate or learn more.

In further support of this exciting building project, alumni H. Michael Burns ’56 and Arnold D. Massey ’55 have stepped forward with a matching gift challenge. To find out how to make your gift go further, learn about the Burns-Massey Challenge.