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Tuesday, June 12, 2007

TCS has finished the spring sports term with impressive finishes at several OFSAA tournaments.

At this year's OFSAA track and field championships, held June 7th-9th in Ottawa, Foundation Year student Liane Ouellet-Gaston won her second OFSAA gold medal of the school year, running a personal best time of 4:41.29 in the Midget girls 1,500 metre race (Liane previously won gold at the OFSAA...

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Monday, June 11, 2007

Foundation Year student Liane Ouellet-Gaston has won her second OFSAA gold medal of the school year, running a personal best time of 4:41.29 in the Midget girls 1,500 metre race at this year's OFSAA track and field championships. The win follows on the heels of her gold medal last fall at the OFSAA cross-country championships.

Liane also staged a sixth place finish in the Midget girls 3,...

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Monday, June 11, 2007

Click here to support the TCS science campaign.

To continue and build upon the rich tradition of scientific excellence at TCS and support budding young scientists, we need your help.

 

The School's science laboratory is in dire need of immediate renovation. Built 40 years ago, this aging facility is now...

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Friday, June 08, 2007

Trinity College School's Dave West '08 and Sarah Chan '08 are gold medal winners after their mixed doubles victory at this year's OFSAA tennis tournament held at York University's Rexall Centre, June 4th-5th.

David and Sarah had to win five matches to become provincial champions including a tough fight in the quarterfinal and tie-breaking match to defeat Laura Primeau and Rocco Bertucci...

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Friday, June 08, 2007

For the first time in TCS history, the Bigside girls soccer team has come away with a medal from the provincial championships. At this year's OFSAA tournament, held at

Thursday, June 07, 2007

Headmaster Stuart Grainger, Honorary Guild President Monica Grainger and the executive of the TCS Parents' Guild held a celebration in honour of the School's incredible volunteers at the second annual Volunteer Breakfast on Saturday, June 2nd.

An elegant breakfast was served in the beautifully decorated Common Room, located in the W.A. Johnson Block of the School. The meal was followed...

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Tuesday, June 05, 2007

By Steve Schmidlin, Grade 6 teacher and Erin Porter, Grade 7 teacher

The skies were clear on Wednesday, May 30th, as the TCS Junior School headed outdoors for its annual Track and Fun Day. This year's event saw the return of the spud 'n spoon race, chuck the chicken and the water balloon toss. Mrs. Piccini, head of the Junior School, ordered up lovely weather for the day and...

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Tuesday, June 05, 2007

By Stefan Wilson, Grade 7 teacher

It was a sticky situation on Friday, May 25th, when the Junior School's Grade 7 classes held their third annual "Duct Tape the Aussie" fundraising initiative. The fun event raised more than $215 to support Meena, the World Vision Hope Child from Thailand who is sponsored by the classes.

Each year students "sell" duct tape to raise...

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Friday, June 01, 2007

TCS students, faculty and staff donned clothing symbolizing their continents of origin as the Cultural Awareness Group (CAG) encouraged everyone to celebrate the international flavour of our School community. South America and the Caribbean were represented by green, Asia was symbolized by red and Africa by orange, Australia and New Zealand were blue, Europe was yellow and North America white...

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Thursday, May 31, 2007

TCS Senior and Junior School "mathletes" were honoured during a chapel service on Tuesday, May 29th, which included 16 students receiving awards of distinction for their excellent efforts in this year's Pascal, Cayley, Fermat and Euclid mathematics contests.

In November, February and April of this academic year, TCS mathematics students wrote the eight high school math contests sponsored...

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