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Wednesday, September 18, 2019
Lafayette College (U.S.) Presentation

The Trinity College School guidance department endeavours to support the growth and development of every student. Students have access to specialized counsellors who can support them with their academic and post-secondary planning as well as their social-emotional development and health.

How do we do this?
Through group and individual meetings at every grade level...

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Tuesday, September 17, 2019

The TCS Parents’ Guild hosted its first get-together of the school year on Friday, September 13th, inviting parents to enjoy breakfast in Osler Hall while learning more about the guild’s role in supporting the well-being of students.

Prior to breakfast, a short social allowed the large gathering of parents to network and mingle. Then everyone was welcomed by TCS Parents’ Guild President...

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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.

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

How did you spend your summer vacation? For Senior School students and staff at Trinity College School, summer activities included time spent with a good book, thanks to this year’s Trinity Reads program.

Each year since 2012, every student in Grades 9 through 12 has had the chance to select a book to read over the summer through Trinity Reads, an initiative organized by the Senior...

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

The theme of leadership through service was celebrated at the first Monday morning chapel service of the school year, held on September 9th in Trinity College School’s Memorial Chapel. Each year, this service recognizes our incoming prefects and house leaders and instills in all of our students an understanding that true leadership comes from a willingness to give back to your community.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Trinity College School’s Grade 11 and 12 students got a lesson in leadership the afternoon of Friday, September 6th, beginning with a presentation by guest speaker Sunjay Nath. An entrepreneur and lecturer, Mr. Nath is the author of several books including The ABCs of Student Leadership.

A key part of Mr. Nath’s message is that to be a leader of others, young people must first...

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019

Trinity College School’s Grade 9 and 10 students had a wonderful time bonding with classmates and faculty through an afternoon of team-building activities on Friday, September 6th.

Our Grade 9 students, led by Grade 9 Coordinator Mike Harding, spent much of the day in a “team pursuit challenge” created by Outback Team Building & Training.

The pursuit saw groups of students...

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Friday, September 06, 2019

While Trinity College School holds many traditions from throughout its 154-year history, for Senior School students the beginning of the new school year is particularly a time to celebrate. All Student Fun & Games (or “ruckus” as it’s informally known) was held the afternoon of Thursday, September 5th, and this year’s event certainly put the emphasis on “fun!”

Following morning...

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Thursday, September 05, 2019

Within the historic Memorial Chapel, Junior and Senior School students gathered together for the first chapel service of the school year at Trinity College School on Thursday, September 5th.

Led by TCS Chaplain, Canon Don Aitchison, the service provides a chance to welcome new students and new staff alike. It is also an opportunity to shine a spotlight on our school mission of ...

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