News

Friday, November 22, 2019

Having completed timber framing projects for the past few years, the Trinity College School Woodworking Club expanded its repertoire of skills and focused on hand carving of bowls and spoons during the fall term.

To create the bowls, the students began by using Swedish carving axes to shape the bowl blanks using maple and white birch from trees that were felled on campus last year, thus...

Read More
Thursday, November 21, 2019

Trinity College School students and staff are gearing up for the eleventh annual Week Without Walls service learning initiative. The program was created over a decade ago as an opportunity to take service learning into our local community and across international borders. This weekend, the first of two international trips being held in conjunction with Week Without Walls will depart, with a...

Read More
Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Trinity College School’s Bigside boys hockey team fell just short of winning the 1st Annual Trinity Cup tournament. Hosted at the Peter Campbell Memorial Rink from November 15th to 17th, the event brought together eight teams from across Ontario as well as Quebec.

TCS opened the tournament on Friday morning with a strong 11-1 win over St. Joseph-Scollard Hall CSS from North Bay. Friday...

Read More
Monday, November 18, 2019

It was a chance to look back on a successful fall sports season, as well as to celebrate achievement, dedication and leadership in our student-athletes, at the Fall Athletic Awards, held the afternoon of Friday, November 15th in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre. Among the highlights of the first term of sports was a CISAA league silver for Littleside field hockey, as well as OFSAA provincial...

Read More
Monday, November 18, 2019

It was an out of this world evening of fun and fundraising as Trinity College School hosted the Science of Wine gala, Saturday, November 16th in Cirne Hall. More than $125,000 was raised in support of the science program and the renovation of lab 705, and alumni, past parents, current parents and staff enjoyed a night to remember.

Special thanks go to the outstanding gala co-chairs,...

Read More
Thursday, November 14, 2019

Trinity College School’s Grade 10 students have had an exciting and adventurous start to the school year, including team-building games and a treetop trekking challenge at Ganaraska Forest followed by an overnight camping trip to Camp Wanakita. During these two trips, students pushed themselves to go beyond their comfort zones and get to know each other. In addition to providing the students...

Read More
Wednesday, November 13, 2019

On a snowy morning, early in November, 13 Trinity College School students and two chaperones undertook the second leg of the Capture Canada adventure. Flying at daybreak from Toronto, after mid-winter flight preparations, the hills and lakes of Ontario gave way to the snowy fields of the prairies as the group made its way to Calgary. Taking a...

Read More
Tuesday, November 12, 2019

On Thursday, November 7th, Trinity College School hosted the 79th annual Toronto Branch Dinner at the Royal Canadian Military Institute. Over 100 alumni from the classes of 1956 to 2019 attended, as well as more than 30 current and former staff members. 

The meal was terrific as always, and the vibe in the room was lively. After a toast to the School led by David Thomas ’82, chair of...

Read More
Thursday, November 07, 2019

Trinity College School is proud to present Tennessee Williams’ classic drama, A Streetcar Named Desire, the evenings of November 20th, 21st and 22nd in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre (doors open at 7:00 p.m., play begins at 7:30 p.m.). This presentation is free of charge and open to all.

Produced by special arrangement with Dramatis Play Service, A Streetcar Named Desire...

Read More
Thursday, November 07, 2019

With the second round of Trinity College School’s House Debates completed on Tuesday, November 5th, Hodgetts, Rigby and Wright lead in the Junior division and Rigby and Scott lead in the Senior division.

For our Junior (Grade 9-10) students, this was their first official round of debate for the year. Time for research and preparation was provided on the resolution that “contact sports...

Read More

Pages