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Monday, June 08, 2020

One of the Senior School co-curricular groups that has continued to meet regularly online throughout the spring term is Trinity College School’s White Pine Book Club. The White Pine program is part of Ontario Library Association’s Forest of Reading, which each year creates lists of selected titles aimed at specific age ranges and from which readers can vote for their favourites. In light of...

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Friday, June 05, 2020

Even as the spring term brought a change in the learning environment at Trinity College School, our students continued to embrace their creativity while working from their homes around the world. And to cap off a wonderful year in the arts, the annual Senior School Arts Awards were presented via video on Thursday, June 4th, hosted by Director of Co-Curricular Arts Jessie Ironside and an array...

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Wednesday, June 03, 2020
Fall 2019 Big Tree Plant

This year’s presentation of Sustainability Awards and the Green Cup trophy, part of chapel service on Monday, June 1st, was a chance to look back on some of the ways the Trinity College School community did “more good” (MOGO) for the environment over the 2019-2020 academic year.

We have many things to be proud of as a whole School this year:

  • We have certified for the ninth...
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Wednesday, June 03, 2020

A large number of students who perform music for Trinity College School’s chapel services – in the Chapel Choir or various bell choirs – receive awards generously donated by the TCS Parents' Guild. At the end of the year, all bellringers receive a lapel pin, marking their years of service. Two special awards honour our graduates.

This year, 34 students in the Junior and Senior Schools...

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Monday, June 01, 2020

One of the unique yearend traditions at Trinity College School is a celebration of students graduating from Grade 12 who began their TCS journey in Grade 5. This year, 11 students entered the Bear Cub Society during an online event on Thursday, May 28th.

The class of 2020 Bear Cub Society members are Chloe Chiang, Spencer Grainger, Natalie Lane, Dylan Love, Jack Moser, Jaya Sharma,...

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Monday, June 01, 2020

Although many of this year’s annual math contests were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Senior School math department took the opportunity to celebrate Trinity College School students who had stellar performances on contests held earlier in the school year. During morning chapel service on Monday, June 1st, a fun video featuring the math teachers recognized students who earned...

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Monday, June 01, 2020

The importance of kindness, empathy and giving back to our communities has never been so clear as it is right now. In this spirit, the School honoured dedication to the Senior School service learning program during the 2019-2020 academic year via a pre-recorded presentation on Thursday, May 28th.

While this was not our traditional Service Learning Awards event, as our students remain...

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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

For the first time, Trinity College School’s Grade 10 Osler Speaking Contest finals were hosted online on Thursday, May 21st. Speeches focused on Canadians who have made a significant contribution to their field and/or the world around them. Every Grade 10 student researched, prepared and delivered a speech for their English class. The top student from each class then participated in the...

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Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Each year for more than two decades, the girls of Rigby and Wright House have joined forces to raise funds for various charities selected by the students through their annual cake auction. This year, with the entire Trinity College School student body spread around the world as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, our day girls wanted to continue this special spring tradition, with a new twist...

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Wednesday, May 20, 2020
Video game created by Grade 10 student

Normally at this time of year, the computer studies wing at Trinity College School is alive with sights and sounds of the exciting culminating projects undertaken by the students in both the communication technology and computer science courses. Budding photographers would be swarming our campus as spring blooms, capturing the awesome beauty of our buildings and trees. The computer scientists...

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