Thursday, March 01, 2007

Headmaster Stuart Grainger and Branch President Ryan Knowles '93 welcomed guests to the annual reception for Trinity College School family members in The Bahamas on Thursday, February 22nd.

The event, held at the Nassau Yacht Club, brought together alumni and parents both past and present who took to opportunity to renew old friendships and create new ones. Headmaster Grainger was...

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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

The TCS swim team finished second overall at the CISAA (Conference of Independent Schools of Ontario Athletic Association) swim meet on February 19th at the University of Toronto. The combined standings also saw a first place finish for our senior girls, with our senior boys claiming a second place finish.

Ten swimmers have qualified for the OFSAA (Ontario Federation of School Athletic...

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Sunday, February 25, 2007

The three-night run of the musical comedy Nunsense brought audiences to their feet in appreciation of strong performances by the all-female cast. Performed in Trinity College School's LeVan Hall Theatre from February 22-24, the production gave several TCS students the chance to shine under the direction of drama teacher Bill Walker.

Nunsense is one of the most popular...

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Thursday, February 22, 2007

The School's top academic students were honoured on Monday, February 19th, when TCS hosted a Scholar's Evening in the LeVan Hall Theatre. The event provided an opportunity to celebrate TCS students following their excellent performances on the January report card, with students being recognized as scholars if they have earned an overall average of 86% or higher. In attendance were 145 scholars...

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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

As actors and stage crew make last-minute preparations for opening night, a limited number of tickets are still available for the TCS winter production of Nunsense. The musical comedy runs from Thursday, February 22nd to Saturday, February 24th in LeVan Hall Theatre. All performances begin at 8:00 p.m.

This production is open to the general public and family and friends are...

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Wednesday, February 21, 2007

On February 16th and 17th, Trinity College School hosted the second of this year's Senior School "Parents' Weekends," with over a 150 families travelling to Port Hope to participate in the event. It was an opportunity for parents to meet with teachers, housemasters and advisors in order to review their children's academic standing and get feedback on student efforts since November.


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Monday, February 19, 2007

The School community celebrated Chinese New Year on Monday, February 19th, ringing in the year of the "Golden Pig," which comes but once every 60 years.

Over the lunch periods, the Food Services staff served up traditional Chinese food in Osler Hall, and students in the Cultural Awareness Group cooked a variety of dumplings and desserts to serve passersby in the School's main foyer....

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Sunday, February 18, 2007

The TCS Chapel Choir and bell ringers travelled to Montreal during the February mid-term break to perform in a series of five concerts. Eleven singers and ringers were accompanied by associate faculty member James Aitchison and choir and bell director Randy Mills.

Music from Gregorian chant to California Dreamin' was featured in the concerts, which took place at McGill's Osler...

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Thursday, February 15, 2007

The snowy weather didn't stop the School's dedicated parent volunteers from organizing the annual Valentine's Day celebration for the TCS community, under the leadership of TCS Parents' Guild executive member Deb Patrick P'08 and Sylvia Vermeulem P'07 '10 '12.

From 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. students and staff flocked to the McLaughlin Gallery in LeVan Hall to pick up their Valentine...

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Tuesday, February 13, 2007

For the second year running TCS has launched the White Pine Reading Program. The program, which is run by the Ontario Library Association, is designed to promote reading for enjoyment among high school students.

The White Pine Reading Program offers high school-aged teens at all grade levels the opportunity to read the best of Canada's recent young adult fiction titles. Prior to the end...

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