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Monday, November 19, 2007

Beginning today, Trinity College School will play host to the provincial girls' basketball championship. Sixteen teams from around the province will converge on Port Hope for the four-day event.

The School applied to OFSAA to host this year's tournament three years ago and the executive committee has been working hard ever since. Many students and teachers are involved in various...

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Thursday, November 15, 2007

Click here to view the 2007 Toronto Branch Dinner photo gallery

Long-time service to Trinity College School by a teacher, a staff member and a volunteer highlighted the 67th annual Toronto Branch Dinner held November 15th at the city's Badminton...

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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

After a cross-country trek, Doug Mann has officially arrived on campus and is settling nicely into Russel Alumni House, keen to begin his new position at Trinity College School. As announced in September, TCS ended an extensive search for a new executive director of advancement with the hiring of Doug. Tuesday, November 13th marked Doug's first day at his new post.

"It is great to...

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Thursday, November 08, 2007

Trinity College School's admissions department will be visiting Barbados this month to showcase the School to prospective families. Admissions Officer Adrienne Ross will be at the Barbados Yacht Club on Monday, November 19th at 6:00 p.m. to host a reception.

Our Bajan students have been achieving great success over the past number of years. Whether as athletes, scholars or leaders, the...

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Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Students, staff and special guests gathered in The Memorial Chapel on Thursday, November 9th to remember those who gave their lives for our beloved country. A touching moment of the ceremony featured the School's prefects sharing the stories of Trinity College School Old Boys and masters who lost their lives while defending our country. The emotional service was attended by several veterans...

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Wednesday, November 07, 2007

With home court advantage, the Trinity College School Bigside girls basketball team defeated Ridley College 35-24 on November 7th to retain the title of CISAA (Conference of Independent School of Ontario Athletic Association) champion. The team finished the season undefeated for the second year in a row, only the second time this has been done in the history of the School's girls basketball...

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Wednesday, November 07, 2007

By Rachel Hands, Head of Languages and Culture

From October 20th to November 1st, 17 students from Ecole St. Martin de France immersed themselves in the TCS community. Some of the exchange students lived in campus residences, while others stayed with local host families. They actively joined classes, made presentations, and some ice skated for the first time at the Peter...

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Tuesday, November 06, 2007

By David Ingram, Social Sciences teacher

On Friday, November 2nd in the LeVan Hall Academic Theatre, explorer and environmentalist Geoff Green spoke to Senior School students and guests as part of the Mac Campbell Chair in Economics Speakers Series.

After being welcomed by Head Girl Jenna Dickson '08, the world-class explorer and founder of Students on Ice spoke to...

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Tuesday, November 06, 2007

On Sunday, October 28th, Grade 8 student Owen Watt was in good company when he joined legendary Texas blues man Andrew ""Jr. Boy"" Jones and his touring band during a matinee performance at The Great Farini restaurant in Port Hope.

Having never played before a live audience before, 13 year old Owen was praised by Mr. Jones following the performance. Andrew ""Jr. Boy"" Jones got his first...

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Tuesday, November 06, 2007

Year 4 Trinity College School student Dayna Taylor was a member of the championship winning team representing Trent University who tied Newfoundland's Memorial University for this year's RBC/Shad Entrepreneurship Cup. The cup is awarded to the top overall entrepreneurial project as designed by students attending the Shad Valley summer programme.

During the programme high school students...

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