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Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Trinity College School’s three teams put on a show for spectators as they played host to the third annual TCS Invitational Girls Volleyball Tournament, December 13th and 14th.

Bigside went undefeated in pool play and won its semi-final match against Haliburton Highlands SS, 2-0. In a great final match against Ridley College, the Bears pushed the game to a third set before falling short...

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Monday, December 16, 2019

“Once in royal David’s City stood a lowly cattle shed,/Where a mother laid her baby in a manger for his bed./Mary was that mother mild, Jesus Christ, her little child.”

With the words of the hymn, Once in Royal David’s City, began the 94th Carol Services at Trinity College School. Held on December 14th and 15th in the Memorial Chapel, the service of Nine Lessons and Carols for...

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Monday, December 16, 2019

With a chill in the air, Trinity College School musicians warmed the hearts of audiences at the annual Christmas Benefit Concert, held Thursday, December 12th in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre. The concert is a chance to listen to a range of music, including seasonal songs, as well as to collect donations for the Northumberland Fare Share Food Bank to assist local families in need. In...

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Thursday, December 12, 2019

With gratitude, we thank the volunteers of the Trinity College School Parents’ Guild for spreading Christmas cheer across our campus in advance of the holidays.

On Friday, December 6th, an enthusiastic group of parents set to work decorating the Memorial Chapel, Senior School and Junior School. Their work was completed with the arrival of poinsettias on Thursday, December 12th. The...

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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Sixteen Trinity College School students and two chaperones – Mr. Justin Murphy and Ms. Laura Baragar – spent a week in paradise, learning about marine ecosystems and participating in environmental activities in partnership with the Island School in Eleuthera, Bahamas. During the day, the students were involved in experiential learning while in the evening they listened to educational...

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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

An enthusiastic group of Trinity College School students journeyed to the “middle of the Earth” for the annual Me To We Ecuador service learning trip, November 23rd to December 8th.

The group of 16 students, along with chaperones Mr. Brent Hurley and Ms. Jacqui Priolo, arrived in the capital city of Quito late the evening of November 23rd, enjoying a good sleep before a busy following...

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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

As Trinity College School students and staff wrapped up the 11th annual Week Without Walls on Friday, December 6th, there was a sense that in many ways the journey had just begun. Following three afternoons of service in our local and surrounding communities, participants were energized and ready to consider how they could, on an ongoing...

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Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Trinity College School students are midway through the 11th annual Week Without Walls service learning experience and the excitement on campus is palpable! Senior School students are thriving in their volunteer placements with local organizations and learning so much about the sense of purpose that comes with giving back.

On Monday,...

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Tuesday, December 03, 2019

The Trinity College School Parents’ Guild welcomed 24 friendly parents to a luncheon on Thursday, November 28th at the historical Summerhill Manor B & B and Tea Room in Port Hope.

After informative updates on guild matters by the TCS Parents’ Guild President, Nancy Sanderson P’20,’22, everyone enjoyed a delicious lunch and lively conversations.

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Monday, December 02, 2019

Trinity College School students and staff joined together to raise funds and awareness for men’s health by taking part in the annual “Movember” campaign throughout the month of November.

For several years, the School has participated in Movember and this year we had one of our largest groups ever, with 17 students and 10 staff...

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