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Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Library Orientation with Ms. Straughan

Many members of the Trinity College School community know about Senior School library reading programs and initiatives but may not be aware of how we support students with course endeavours. The library team keeps a keen eye on what is happening across Grades 9-12, as well as skills necessary to succeed at the post-secondary level. To that end, a variety of software is available in support of...

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Monday, January 27, 2020
Art Battle

Trinity College School was proud to welcome students from Grades 10-12 for an exciting day of creative exploration during the fourth annual Conference of Independent Schools Visual Arts Festival on February 22nd. Young artists had the chance to learn about various techniques and media and explore future careers in the arts.

The theme of this year’s festival – “ARTivism: Ideas in Motion...

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Monday, January 27, 2020

Gong hei fat choy! Trinity College School students had the chance to welcome the “Year of the Rat” as they participated in Lunar New Year celebrations hosted by the Cultural Awareness Group and our Chinese students on Friday, January 24th.

Events actually kicked off on Thursday evening, with a beautiful fireworks display on the west side of campus, organized by the School’s...

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Thursday, January 23, 2020
Karen Gormley (Centre)

Trinity College School students had the chance to learn more about the Duke of Edinburgh’s (DOE) Awards program when Karen Gormley, DOE’s senior awards officer for Eastern Ontario, visited the School on Tuesday, January 21st.

The DOE program encourages young people to set and attain goals in areas including community service, physical activity, skill development and adventurous journey...

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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Trinity Environmental Action Club (TEAC) stressed the importance of energy conservation as a key part of the fight against climate change during Trinity College School’s Polar Bear Day on Monday, January 21st. TEAC members hosted a special chapel in Cirne Commons to teach their peers about how our small, daily actions have a big impact on the environment.

Polar Bear Day has become an...

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Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Twin Day

Trinity College School’s prefects hosted a series of fun events to bring some extra cheer to the Senior School during Spirit Week, January 13th to 17th.

The week kicked off on Monday with "Hope for Port Hope" day, which included a display set up in Cirne Commons where students could write about their hopes and their intentions, sharing positive messages and motivation with their peers...

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Friday, January 17, 2020

Members of the Trinity College School community and the public are invited to a free concert at TCS on Friday, January 24th at 9:00 a.m. Hear a selection of great jazz music from the Upper Canada College Senior Jazz Band and our own Jazz@4 ensemble, playing separately and joining together in the grand finale. This special event will take place in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre (...

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Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Simulated Archaeology Dig

With term one already on the books and a new decade underway, it is time to send an update regarding recent developments in the social sciences department at Trinity College School.

This fall, a new anthropology, sociology and psychology course was added to the social sciences curriculum and, as an elective course, it quickly ballooned to five sections. This is an exciting new option...

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Wednesday, January 15, 2020

How did you spend your Christmas vacation? For many Trinity College School students, staff and family members, the answer was “reading!” For the third year, the Junior and Senior School libraries hosted a Holiday Reading Challenge over the break, promoting a love of literacy.

The challenge ran from December 20th to January 6th, with participants tracking on either a Google spreadsheet...

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Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Trinity College School’s Littleside boys hockey team started the new year with some spirited international competition as the Bears hosted their annual invitational tournament, January 10th to 11th in the Peter Campbell Memorial Rink.

The four-team event saw TCS face off against Kiski School from Pennsylvania, Nichols School from Buffalo and Somang Academy from Quebec. For the Bears, it...

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