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Thursday, April 08, 2021

Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Twenty? Senior School students got a glimpse into the future as Trinity College School hosted its annual Career Showcase online the evening of Wednesday, April 7th. A group of alumni representing a range of professions volunteered their time to meet via Zoom with students and share their perspective.

Topics covered included post-secondary pathways...

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Tuesday, April 06, 2021

The Trinity College School Parents’ Guild Garden and pergola were generously donated by the guild in 2019. Located near the main entrance to the School, they have provided a welcome spot for students to meet in small groups during warmer weather. The pergola was constructed by students in the TCS Woodworking Club, under the guidance of faculty member, Mr. Ty Bailey.

Last week, prior to...

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Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Members of the Trinity College School community turned off the lights to shine a spotlight on our planet during the international Earth Hour, held the evening of Saturday, March 27th.

Trinity Environmental Action Club (TEAC) invited everyone to turns their lights off for one hour beginning at 8:30 p.m. local time, wherever they were in the world. TEAC leaders Karina Lee and Jade Barnard...

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Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Over the first four weeks of March, Junior and Senior School librarians at Trinity College School asked students and staff to do the impossible: pick just one favourite children’s book! “March Book Madness” saw a bracket of 16 picture book classics face off each week in voting to determine a champion.

Could you chose between And Tango Makes Three and The Paper Bag...

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Tuesday, March 30, 2021

With March Break postponed this year, Trinity College School students and staff sprang into action to come up with a host of entertaining programs and themed days, known as “March Madness,” to keep everyone in high spirits throughout the month.

Over the course of the month, there were weekly fitness challenges (congratulations to challenge winners Wesley Chan and Sarah Deleeuw); a...

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Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Trinity College School Grade 12 student Carly Lin wanted to find a way to use photography as a vehicle to unite people during this time of turmoil. The result of her efforts was a photography exhibit showcasing the work of students, staff and alumni, held in the School’s lower gym the week of March 29th to April 1st.

Refocus: The Stories of Us provided an opportunity for...

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Monday, March 29, 2021

Last fall, 32 student-athletes earned Bigside ties, a recognition of commitment to Trinity College School’s co-curricular competitive athletics program. And this winter term, five more students added their names to the list of Bigside tie recipients.

On Monday, March 29th during morning online assembly, their names were announced. Grade 11 students earning Bigside ties are Emma...

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Monday, March 22, 2021

“MasterKey” is a program at Trinity College School connected to admissions, where students represent the School and are a part of the welcoming process of new students. Typically, throughout the year, we would give tours of the School to prospective families, host open houses, class shadows, overnight stays and, overall, help new students connect with the School.

This year, due to the...

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Friday, March 19, 2021

Two of Trinity College School’s clubs – Trinity Students for Social Justice (TSSJ) and the Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA) – collectively organized the making of personal pronoun buttons for students and staff recently. This student-led initiative was conceived as a means of standing up for others and helping our school community become more inclusive.

The buttons are a way to...

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Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Friends, relatives, parents and even colleagues have had many questions about how one goes about teaching health and physical education (HPE) during a pandemic. For instance: How do you teach an active class to students around the world when they are online? How do you manage having some students in the classroom and some online while still teaching the curriculum (aka, bridging)? How do you...

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