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Campus Life

This is Trinity College School: A comfortable expanse of buildings and playing fields bordering the small town of Port Hope, about an hour's drive from Toronto. We enjoy a view of Lake Ontario and a stimulating change of seasons - from brilliant autumns to snowy winters to the fresh new warmth of spring and summer.

On a campus this large, there is room to spread out and explore.

On a campus this small, friendships come easily.

And on a campus this beautiful, students are proud to call it "home."

Our Incredible Campus

5 gyms
4 tennis courts
Ice rink
Disc golf course

9 playing fields
5 squash courts
Outdoor classroom

Vegetable garden
Fish pond
Science lab

Art studio
Dining hall

What to Wear

Wearing the TCS uniform is a privilege and students do wear it with pride. Students in the Junior School wear "number one" dress each day, which consists of a TCS blazer, a white crested shirt, school tie, grey trousers or the kilt, grey socks and black shoes. Students have the option to wear “number two” dress on Tuesdays and Thursdays. They may wear their TCS navy crested blazer, the blue crested sweater, a TCS hooded sweatshirt or a TCS polar fleece pullover. In hot weather, students may wear a TCS short-sleeved shirt and grey shorts.


Lunches at TCS are a high point for students where they can sit together and enjoy a communal meal. Students eagerly walk, skip, and sometimes run from Boulden House each day to Osler Hall while excitedly chattering about the menu. Lunch offerings represent the many nationalities of our students, accommodate a wide variety of food sensitivities and preferences, and are as diverse as they are delicious, carefully prepared by our kitchen staff and using a large amount of locally sourced products.

Outdoor Classroom

Since its launch in 2006, the Barbara Winsor Piccini Outdoor Classroom has become a unique and important part of the Junior School. Each class spends 15 to 20 hours per year learning environmental education, along with many hours at recess and during co-curricular activities. Lessons use open exploration, structured observation, games, gardening, crafts, and group or individual experiences.

Spending time in nature, students are getting an education that is rich in skills and values... Read More