Wednesday, March 01, 2023

Throughout the month of February, the Trinity College School community had the opportunity to learn and grow in understanding through initiatives to honour and celebrate Black History Month.

Observed in Canada, the U.S., U.K. and Ireland, Black History Month is a time to honour the contributions of Black people and to uplift Black voices. Indeed, these practices must extend beyond the... Read More

Monday, February 27, 2023

Trinity College School students were bursting with pride and thrilled to share their cultures during the annual International Day on Friday, February 24th. Organized by the Senior School’s Cultural Awareness Group (CAG), the day included a special morning event as well as a new initiative this year – the evening Cultural Coffee House!

On Friday morning, Cirne Commons was filled with... Read More

Monday, February 27, 2023

The Junior and Senior School libraries at Trinity College School took the opportunity to spark discussion on challenged and banned books during Freedom to Read Week, February 19th to 25th. This week was founded by the Book and Periodical Council in 1984 to honour intellectual freedom as enshrined in Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms and to advocate against censorship.

In the... Read More

Monday, February 27, 2023

“Lift Each Other Up!” That was the theme of this year’s Pink Shirt Day, and at Trinity College School, community members were keen to show their intention to lead with kindness on Thursday, February 23rd. Even in the midst of a winter snowstorm, warmth and friendship were front and centre in the conversation, as both Junior and Senior School students and staff donned their pink shirts for the... Read More

Thursday, February 23, 2023

Trinity College School’s Senior School swimmers competed in the Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association Championships on February 15th at the Markham PanAm Centre. It was a great day in the pool, with eight swimmers earning the right to move on to the provincial championships in individual and team events.

Landing on the CISAA podium were:

First Place:... Read More

Wednesday, February 22, 2023

From February 12th to 14th, over 5,500 young business leaders from across Ontario – including 11 Trinity College School students – took over downtown Toronto for three days of fierce competition and professional development at the Ontario DECA Provincials.

DECA encourages young people to develop skills by working on real-world business scenarios and market demands in the areas of... Read More

Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Wednesday, February 15th was a big day for Trinity College School's Tottenham Band. We returned to the Ontario Band Association's Provincial Band Festival after a three-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Music programs have gone through many challenges in the past few years, and to see the halls of the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto filled with young musicians on their way to perform... Read More

Thursday, February 16, 2023

It was a “banner day” for Trinity College School’s alpine skiers as they soared at the Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA) Championships, held Wednesday, February 16th at Mansfield Ski Resort. In addition to a gold and silver medal haul, three teams and one individual skier have earned berths in the provincial alpine championships!

Coming away from CISAA with... Read More

Thursday, February 16, 2023

It was a time for cherishing family and friends as Trinity College School celebrated Valentine’s Day on Tuesday, February 14th.

While today Valentine’s Day is associated with love, the “Feast of St. Valentine” dates back to commemoration of Christian saints, St. Valentine of Rome or St. Valentine of Terni, both of whom were martyred in the third century.

In the weeks leading up... Read More

Wednesday, February 15, 2023

After two years of being online due to COVID-19 measures, the English department was thrilled to host Trinity College School’s Grade 11 Public Speaking Contest live in LeVan Hall on Friday, February 10th. The eight competitors, comprised of the top speaker from each Grade 11 English class, spoke about a non-Canadian figure who has significantly impacted the world. 

This contest was... Read More