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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

In just its second year, Trinity College School’s Holiday Reading Challenge expanded in size and scope, highlighting the joy of reading for students and staff over the Christmas break.

This year, the challenge included Junior and Senior School students, as well as staff from various departments around the School and parents. In total, 147 people signed up to track their reading between...

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Tuesday, January 15, 2019

A small but mighty crew of Trinity College School bibliophiles took part in the 12th annual Book It! reading marathon on Saturday, January 12th. Students and staff gathered in the Senior School library at noon, with most readers remaining for the full 12 hours of the marathon. In the bleak days of winter, the chance to curl up on a comfy couch with a blanket and spend quiet time devoted to...

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Monday, January 14, 2019

Trinity College School’s Bigside and Middleside teams welcomed 10 fellow schools to the annual Boys Basketball Tournament, held January 11th and 12th in the Arnold Massey ’55 Athletic Centre.

Joining Bigside and Middleside were: Holy Trinity CSS (Courtice), Lindsay CVI, Appleby College, St. Peter CSS (Peterborough), Thorold SS, CCI (Cobourg), Courtice SS, Sydenham HS, PECI (Picton) and...

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Thursday, January 10, 2019
Travel Education Tour of Ottawa

As the midpoint in Trinity College School’s academic calendar approaches and students are back from their Christmas break, there is renewed energy and enthusiasm on the third floor of the W.A. Johnson Classroom Block (and the lower level of LeVan Hall), home to the Senior School’s social sciences classes. To complement last year’s fresh new paint job, faculty member Mr. Greg...

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Tuesday, January 08, 2019
I-Think Faculty Workshop

On Monday, January 7th – one day before students returned to campus following the Christmas break – Senior and Junior School faculty gathered for a full day of professional development.

In the morning, teachers and administrators heard from Nogah Kornberg and Erin Quinn of the Rotman School of Management (UofT) I-Think Institute (...

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Wednesday, December 19, 2018

The Christmas break begins Thursday, December 20th for all Trinity College School students. We wish families a happy and healthy holiday and look forward to the resumption of classes on Tuesday, January 8th.

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

In just its second year of existence the Trinity College School Invitational Girls Basketball Tournament grew to include 21 teams, each one eager to gain some early season experience while enjoying the facilities of the Arnold Massey ’55 Athletic Centre on December 14th and 15th.

While last year’s inaugural tournament saw 14 teams participate, this year there were nine teams at the...

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Wednesday, December 19, 2018

If the smiles on the faces of students and staff were any indication, the Trinity College School Parents’ Guild’s “holiday treat” fundraiser was a huge success.

In early December, the guild provided the opportunity for community members to order fun Christmas treat packages. The initiative was both a fundraising project to support the guild’s ongoing efforts to enhance the daily life of...

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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

The holiday spirit was in abundance at the annual Christmas Benefit Concert, hosted by the Trinity College School music department the evening of Friday, December 14th in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre. Audiences were treated to many seasonal songs, and also gave generously at the door to support the local Fare Share Food Bank.

The Grade 9 Concert Band kicked off the evening with two...

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Monday, December 17, 2018

Candles alight, the Trinity College School community gathered in celebration of the Christmas season for the 93rd annual Carol Services, in the Memorial Chapel on December 15th and 16th.

The service of Nine Lessons and Carols was led by Maj. the Revd. Canon Don Aitchison, with Mr. Randy Mills serving as organist, choir director and bells conductor. The chapel was beautifully decorated...

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