Monday, December 18, 2006

The Trinity College School community joined together for the annual Christmas Carol Services held in Memorial Chapel on December 16th and 17th. Two hour-and-a-half long ceremonies were led by TCS Chaplain Father Don Aitchison: a service for boarding families on Saturday and Sunday's standing-room-only service for day students and their families. Many alumni, staff members, board governors and... Read More

Monday, December 18, 2006

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On Wednesday, December 13th, students from the Year Four music class performed their major term projects in LeVan Hall Theatre.

Each student performed a major work from the solo classical repertoire with professional accompaniment on the grand piano by Terry Head. Mr. Head is one of the School's... Read More

Thursday, December 14, 2006

The Christmas countdown has begun as members of the TCS family have started making preparations for the holidays.

TCS Director of Property Larry Adamcryck and all the School's property staff have been hard at work decorating the TCS campus and buildings, bringing some true holiday spirit despite the milder than usual weather. The popular ""naughty or nice"" wagon, located in the... Read More

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Enjoyed by the young and old, the TCS Junior School hosted its 5th annual Christmas Bazaar in the Boulden House assembly hall on Wednesday, December 15th.

In addition to the bazaar, a book fair was held in the Junior School library which traditionally generates over half of the proceeds each year. Between the book fair and bazaar, approximately $2875 was raised, with most of the sales... Read More

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

On Tuesday, December 12th, Year 4 and Advanced Placement World History students visited the Bata Library at Trent University. The purpose of the visit was to be introduced to research practices at a university library and to obtain access to a multitude of resources while conducting research for their major papers.

In preparation for the trip, TCS librarian Shelagh Straughan delivered an... Read More

Sunday, December 10, 2006

During chapel service on Friday, December 8th, Director of Athletics Tim White, along with Bigside girls' basketball coaches Courtney Christ, Erin McAleenan and Laura Michielsen, presented the last of Trinity College School's fall athletic awards. These presentations were for sports which had not yet concluded prior to the awards night held on November 17th.

David West and Jon Austin... Read More

Thursday, December 07, 2006

On Tuesday, November 28th, Trinity College Senior School students participated in the second round of house debates. Debating the resolution ""Resolved that the First World is responsible for dealing with the AIDS crisis in Africa,"" 80 students from all 10 houses competed for top honours in junior and senior categories.

Top junior debater was awarded to Rebecca Ro (Wright House) with... Read More

Thursday, December 07, 2006

On Thursday, December 16th, Grade 5 and 6 students from the Junior School held their 3rd annual bake sale in support of World Vision, this year raising $800. In less than 30 minutes students sold all of the donated baked goods, as well as Tim Horton's hot chocolate generously donated by the Meeussen family.

World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization... Read More

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

On Thursday, November 30th TCS history students transformed the Davies Centre into a "speakeasy," reliving what is commonly known as the roaring 20's. All the members of the Year 2 class came dressed in character. Flappers, gangsters, inventors, artists, sports figures and politicians of the time were represented in the extremely creative costumes that the students donned. Student created... Read More

Tuesday, December 05, 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,... Read More