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Monday, June 03, 2019

The mission of the co-curricular arts program at Trinity College School is to provide students with “a creative, challenging and innovative exploration of the arts where talented and aspiring young artists can develop and enhance their artistic skills in preparation for a richly rewarding lifelong relationship with the arts.” Achievement and commitment to the arts were celebrated at the annual...

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Friday, May 31, 2019

It was a day of celebration on Wednesday, May 29th, as the Trinity College School community gathered to dedicate the Junior School outdoor classroom to Barbara Winsor Piccini. Ms. Piccini retired as head of the Junior School in 2018 after 19 years in Boulden House. The TCS Parents’ Guild helped to lead a fundraising charge to enhance the outdoor classroom, which was created in 2006 under Ms....

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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Trinity College School rugby teams closed out a great spring season, where players took on the challenge of cold and wet weather to earn CISAA Championship gold in the Littleside boys XV division and silver in Bigside girls sevens play.

Littleside Boys Rugby

The Littleside boys rugby team capped off a dominant season, winning the CISAA Championship 43-0 over...

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Over the weekend of May 18th, the Trinity College School rowing team travelled to Welland for the South Niagara Rowing Club (SNRC) Regatta. This was the first regatta of the season for the Junior crew, and the first ever for the Novices, so the weekend was a great learning experience for all.

Over two days of racing, we had some fantastic results! The Senior men’s 2X, Junior women’s 4+...

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

German language students at Trinity College School took part in an outing to The Mill Restaurant in Cobourg on Monday, May 27th. Students ordered in German from the restaurant’s German-speaking manager, Franziska, who visited our table several times. 

Students also talked in German with Mrs. Stephens about highlights from the year, summer plans, hobbies, family, friends, leadership...

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

With just a few, short weeks remaining in the school year, Trinity College School announced the names of Senior School house leaders and peer support students for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year during morning chapel service on Monday, May 27th.

The 2019-2020 house leaders are:

Bethune House

  • Head of House: Justin Belanger
  • ...
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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

This past weekend saw another great Reunion Weekend at Trinity College School, as alumni and guests gathered to celebrate classes ending in “4” and “9”!

The 31st Annual TCS Golf Tournament was well attended, with 82 alumni, staff and guests teeing off at Dalewood Golf Club on Friday, May 24th. During the post-golf festivities, the Jocko Taylor ’67 award for loyalty and dedication to the...

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

For 10 Trinity College School graduates, the upcoming Speech Day closing ceremony takes on a special meaning. These students, known as the “Bear Cub Society,” have been with TCS since their Grade 5 year. On Monday, May 27th, Headmaster Stuart Grainger welcomed the Bear Cubs to The Lodge to celebrate their eight years at the School on the Hill.

The gathering also included Grade 5 teacher...

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

In recent years, Trinity College School’s rugby teams have developed deep ties with the Bermuda national team program. This relationship builds on the historic ties between the School on the Hill and the island, which date back to 1887 when the first Bermudian student, W.E. Tucker, came to TCS.

In 2011 and 2013, TCS welcomed teams from the island to Canada for playing tours, and our...

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

The winners of the 15th annual Green Cup Challenge at Trinity College School were recognized during morning chapel service on Friday, May 24th. This environmental challenge includes four criteria through which the 10 Senior School houses can earn points over the course of the school year: the Recycling Challenge (worth 20%); the “PaperCut” Challenge (15%); house eco-actions (50%); and other...

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