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Thursday, November 29, 2007

Past parents Shelagh Martin and Richard McLaren '64 P'00 '02 graciously hosted guests from the Trinity College School community living or studying in London, Ontario for a reception at their home on Wednesday, November 28th. Over 30 parents, alumni, friends and former faculty came together to share their common experiences at TCS.

Headmaster Stuart Grainger provided an update on progress...

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Thursday, November 29, 2007

The Trinity College School Music Department will perform its annual Christmas Charity Concert on Thursday, December 6th, 2007 in LeVan Hall Theatre. The concert will feature many of the School's performing groups, including Trinity Winds, Trinity Vocal Jazz, Jazz @ 4 and Foundation Year/Year 2 Junior Jazz.

 

General admission tickets cost $5.00 each, with all proceeds going to...

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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

With a number of TCS teams performing well this past term, the presentation of seven distinction awards capped off an exciting Fall Athletic Awards night in LeVan Hall on November 27th.

Three TCS teams captured gold at the CISAA conference championships this fall: Littleside field hockey, Bigside girls basketball and the Junior girls harrier team. And the Middleside field hockey team...

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Monday, November 26, 2007

The TCS Bigside boys volleyball team has earned a silver medal following its amazing performance at this year's OFSAA provincial championships held November 22nd-24th in Carleton Place.

The team won games over teams seeded #3, #6, #8, #9, #12 and #19 to get to the OFSAA final where it met the #1 seed, Jean-Vanier Beacon Christian High School. Despite a great effort and winning the first...

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Monday, November 26, 2007

On Saturday, November 24th, TCS debaters travelled to Upper Canada College to participate in the first round of the Fulford Cup tournament. Year 2 student Murphy O'Connor captured a first place finish in the junior category while Year 4 student Simon Cameron finished second in the senior division. The team was also comprised of Year 3 student Andrew Mac Isaac and Foundation Year's Joe Roberts...

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Thursday, November 22, 2007

On Wednesday, November 21st, Headmaster Stuart Grainger, the TCS Parents' Association and the TCS Parents' Guild welcomed guests to the last of three parents social gatherings held this fall. The event was a sensational conclusion to the series of receptions, the first two being held in Toronto and Oshawa, and the finale taking place on campus in the R. Samuel McLaughlin Art Gallery in LeVan...

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Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Junior School students, staff and special guests gathered in LeVan Academic Theatre on Tuesday, November 20th for a Remembrance Day play. Honoured guests in attendance included veterans Ian Tate '41, Ken Scott '43, Jack Goering '43, Tony German '42, Geoff Dale (retired faculty) and Jim Kerr '37.

The play focussed on the letters exchanged during World War II between the Old Boys at war...

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Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Elizabeth Hay, winner of the 2007 Scotiabank Giller Prize, Canada's most coveted literary award, was among the brilliant list of authors speaking at the 13th annual Horizons of Friendships Writers & Friends gala on Sunday, November 18th in LeVan Hall Theatre. The event is organized by Horizons of Friendship to benefit its community development work in Central America and Mexico.

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Monday, November 19, 2007

Click here to view photos from the 111th Annual Oxford Cup

On Saturday, November 17th, Trinity College School students, parents, alumni and staff gathered on campus in Port Hope to participate in the 111th annual Oxford Cup.

The 5 km race,...

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Monday, November 19, 2007

Students in the Year 4 Drama Master Class finished a successful three night run of the emotionally-charged play The Laramie Project on Friday night in LeVan Hall Theatre.

The controversial yet important play gave several the students the chance to shine under the direction of drama teacher Bill Walker. Actors Jack Candlish '08, Cece Culver-Grey '08, Rebecca Gregory '08, Bea...

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