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Monday, November 20, 2006
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On Saturday, November 18th, Trinity College School students, parents, alumni and staff gathered on campus in Port Hope to participate in this year's 110th Annual Oxford Cup.

The 5 km race, routed...

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Thursday, November 16, 2006
The TCS Bigside boys' volleyball and Bigside girls' basketball teams are advancing to their respective OFSAA championship tournaments after two big wins on November 16th.

With home court advantage, the Bigside girls' basketball team defeated Hillfield Strathallan 44-27, clinching their berth in the OFSAA championships to be held later this month. Led by high scorers Hailey Swift (16...

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Monday, November 13, 2006

On the first weekend of November, participants in the Duke of Edinburgh programme descended on the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area to partake in the activity known as cave exploration. The participants were led by associate faculty member Nick Babiuk, who guided them through the more than 800 metres of caves. Cave exploring, or caving, is the recreational companion of speleology, which is the...

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Sunday, November 12, 2006

Just prior to Remembrance Day, TCS book club members visited the Royal Canadian Air Force Memorial Museum located in Trenton, Ontario, the only such museum devoted to the entire history of the nation's military aviation efforts. The trip was led by librarian Shelagh Straughan, and was intended to complement current book selections the club members are reading.

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Thursday, November 09, 2006
On Tuesday, students from each grade in the Junior School did a phenomenal job of capturing the spirit of Remembrance Day in a special assembly.

With the hymn Abide with Me playing in the background we watched as a young soldier made the decision to enlist in the Canadian Army and head overseas in World War II. His decision to answer the call of duty not only sent him to...

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Thursday, November 09, 2006
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 TCS Old Boys and masters who lost their lives while defending our country. The emotional service was attended by several veterans from our TCS community,... Read More
Wednesday, November 08, 2006

On Saturday, November 18th at 2:00 p.m. TCS students, parents, alumni and staff are all invited to participate in this year's 110th Annual Oxford Cup.

The 5 km race, which runs entirely on Trinity College School property in Port Hope, is annually very well attended and incorporates the entire harrier trail and a major loop of the west campus. The race then concludes with the challenge of...

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Wednesday, November 08, 2006

With home court advantage, the TCS Bigside girls' basketball team defeated Ridley College 36-25 on November 8th to win the CISAA championship. This marks the first time since 1994 that Bigside girls' basketball has won the championship and finished the season undefeated. The very close game shifted in TCS's favour in the final three minutes with scoring by Kristin Ouellet-Gaston and successful...

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Monday, November 06, 2006

Headmaster Stuart Grainger awarded Senior School students a well-deserved "half day" yesterday in recognition of a highly successful weekend for TCS athletics.

At the OFSAA cross country running championships in Thunder Bay over the weekend, Foundation Year student Liane Ouellet-Gaston earned the gold medal for her first place finish in the midget girls' 3000m race. This marks the first...

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Sunday, November 05, 2006

Public speakers and debaters from across Ontario descended on the Trinity College School campus on Friday for the provincial qualifying round of the CanWest National Public Speaking Competition. Close to 50 students from more than a dozen schools took part in the competition, with TCS represented by Year 3 student Vera Liang, and Year 4 students Michael Machum and Donovon Kellyman.
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