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Tuesday, March 05, 2019

Trinity College School’s Senior School library was a busy spot the week of February 25th, as students and staff took part in Freedom to Read Week. Between Monday and Friday, more than 30 people signed up for a 30-minute timeslot during which they read from a selection of banned or challenged books.

Visitors to the library were welcomed by an amazing window painting designed by Grade 12...

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Monday, March 04, 2019

Trinity College School cast and crew members tackled one of the most revered plays of the 20th century, as they presented Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman the evenings of February 27th to March 1st in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre.

Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play, Death of a Salesman is a modern American classic. Led by the...

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Friday, March 01, 2019

The TCS Alpine skiing team has had an amazing season, which included strong results at the CISAA Championships on February 20th and the OFSAA Provincial Championships on February 26th.

Within the CISAA league, there are four categories of racers in a field of over 70 athletes competing in each division: Open girls and boys and High School Trained girls and boys. While two races were...

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Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Through the combined initiative of the school prefects and the Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA), Trinity College School marked Pink Shirt Day on Wednesday, February 27th in the Senior School and Thursday, February 28th in the Junior School.

Students joined peers from schools across Canada and around the world to don pink shirts and raise awareness of the issue of bullying.

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Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Trinity College School’s Senior School swim team had an outstanding showing at the CISAA Championships, placing second overall as a team. The meet, held Wednesday, February 20th at the Markham PanAm Centre, also saw 14 swimmers qualify for the OFSAA provincial championships.

A total of 31 students represented TCS at the league championships, and in addition to the second place finish...

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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

A group of Trinity College School football players had the chance to test the latest technology in sports development, taking part in a “wind tunnel” demonstration on Saturday, February 23rd at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) ACE testing and research centre.

TCS Bigside football coach Dan Gazarek and alumnus Jared Wayne ’18, along with members of the Kingdom...

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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

The doors are open and Trinity College School’s Summer Academy courses beckon! Young people have the opportunity to earn a high school credit from amongst a range of course options. Attend class on our picturesque campus or study remotely through our online course offerings. The choice is yours!...

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Tuesday, February 26, 2019

During the February break, the Capture Canada long weekend travel program and the PAD3O-T Outdoor Excursions course joined forces to take students on an incredible winter wilderness adventure.

The group departed TCS on Thursday, February 14th and headed to Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve near Huntsville, Ontario. The first two nights of the trip were spent at Limberlost, with the...

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Monday, February 25, 2019

Trinity College School welcomed families to campus for Parents Weekend, held February 22nd to 23rd in conjunction with Senior School Parent-Teacher Meetings. Parents Weekend provides the opportunity for parents to visit the School and learn more about their children’s daily lives at TCS.

The weekend began on Friday morning with a memorable chapel service including a performance by the...

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Monday, February 25, 2019
Students with Bob Ramsay '68

A group of Trinity College School students and staff had the chance to listen to bestselling authors John Grisham and John Irving at a special Ramsay Talks event in Toronto on February 20th.

The opportunity to attend this event was made available to all Senior School students, and Grade 11 student Anastasia Solovei and Grade 9 student Sarah...

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