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Wednesday, December 08, 2021
Dr. Hodges Brings Music to the Classroom

The team in the languages and culture department at Trinity College School continues to find ways by which students can connect with the sounds, culture, people and places in our shared world. The guiding principles that drive the study of contemporary language, including French and Spanish, remain those derived from the shared study of and commitment to teaching through storytelling, reading...

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Tuesday, December 07, 2021

Over the past three years, Grade 8 students at Trinity College School have been contributing to the Watermark Project, a collective effort to share stories that highlight our connection to, and dependence on, water.

Created by the Swim Drink Fish organization in 2015, the goal of the project is to collect one story about water from every household in Canada. The stories are all true,...

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Tuesday, December 07, 2021

What a celebration! Thursday, December 2nd was the first time Trinity College School’s music students have performed in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre since March 2020. So many songs that were performed were favourites and had been lovingly played over the past many months.

First on the program was Trinity Winds conducted by Mrs. Nicola Lee. This concert band is made up of musicians...

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Tuesday, December 07, 2021
WIAC Shoebox Project

Students and staff at Trinity College School have taken the spirit of the holiday season to heart in recent days, hosting a number of initiatives aimed at giving back to others.

December 1st marked the conclusion of Movember, a month-long international drive to raise funds and awareness for men’s health issues. A crew of Senior School students and...

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Monday, December 06, 2021

This year’s Sustainability Showcase at Trinity College School put the focus on taking action for a healthy future for people and the planet. Throughout the week of November 29th to December 3rd, students and staff visited Cirne Commons to learn about a host of environmental issues, hear practical actions we can all take to lower our carbon footprint and pledge to do “MOGO” (“more good”) for...

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Thursday, December 02, 2021

Trinity College School’s student-athletes learned lessons for life and sport during a very special presentation on November 30th, as former Toronto Maple Leafs captain Wendel Clark was interviewed by TSN sportscaster and TCS parent Gord Miller live on stage in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre. In addition to his role with the Leafs, Mr. Clark is a former gold medallist with Team Canada at the...

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Wednesday, December 01, 2021

Senior students had the chance to challenge themselves with the impromptu format during the second round of Trinity College School’s House Debates program on Monday, December 29th. Speakers learned the resolution – that “winter is better than summer” – just 20 minutes before the debates began, requiring students to be agile in their thinking.

The top individual Senior debater was Wesley...

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Wednesday, December 01, 2021

Cirne Commons at Trinity College School was filled with the sights – and scents – of the holidays as Senior School students participated in the 7th Annual Habitat for Humanity Gingerbread Festival. On Friday, November 26th, houses created by various groups around campus, including advisees, houses and staff groups, were on display in the commons. Students and staff wandered through the tables...

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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

The TCS Parents’ Guild invited fellow parents to join them for a day of relaxation and rejuvenation at picturesque Fieldstone Spa in Cobourg on Wednesday, November 17th. It was a restful time with memorable conversations, soothing treatments and a delicious lunch in one of the spa’s several outdoor igloos. All had a tranquil time.

All parents are members of the TCS Parents’ Guild and...

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Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Another year of TCS students serving others officially kicked off this past Saturday, November 20th, with the first of several Service Saturdays set to happen this academic year. While some student volunteers spent their time helping community partners with outdoor work, other student volunteers found themselves in campus buildings, supporting the efforts of the TCS sustainability office....

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