Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Reading is fun! And it’s even more fun when it’s combined with snacks, games and great friends, as it was for the BookIt 2023 reading marathon on Saturday, January 7th.

Hosted by the Senior School library, BookIt invites students to come together to read between noon and midnight. This year, 35 avid readers took part, with 28 staying for the full 12 hours! Spread out around the library... Read More

Thursday, January 05, 2023

Trinity College School’s educational staff members had the chance to reconnect following the December Break, with a full day of professional development activities on Tuesday, January 3rd. Amongst updates from members of the senior leadership and time for departmental planning, a highlight of the day was a presentation by Reem Ali, diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI) officer for the City... Read More

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

Trinity College School music students from both the Junior and Senior Schools will be participating in the Conference of Independent Schools Music Festival (CISMF) this year, at Roy Thomson Hall on Saturday, April 15, 2023. These students successfully completed the audition process and will be rehearsing with their ensembles in February and April to prepare for their performances.

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Wednesday, December 14, 2022

With a return to in-person competition for DECA events this year, 30 Trinity College School students were eager to join more than 1,500 peers at the Nor-Eastern/Private School Regionals competition on November 27th at Sinclair Secondary School in Whitby.

DECA Ontario is the largest DECA association in the world. Its mandate is to “instill professionalism... Read More

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

The executive of the Trinity College School Parents’ Guild has had a busy few weeks heading into the December Break, with a series of initiatives that have helped build holiday spirit.

On November 30th, a group of parents gathered at Baltimore Valley Garden Centre to create festive gnome porch decorations. Using evergreen boughs, under the guidance of nursery staff, the group... Read More

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

“Peace and goodwill.” In a world faced with so many challenges, taking a moment to stop and remember our blessings with gratitude has perhaps never felt so important. It was in this spirit that the Trinity College School community gathered to celebrate the 97th Carol Services on December 10th and 11th in the Memorial Chapel.

This was the first in-person presentation of this special... Read More

Wednesday, December 07, 2022

In the early morning of Friday, November 25th, a group of 17 Trinity College School students and three faculty chaperones – Mr. Peter Mao, Mr. Luke O’Connell and Mr. Tim Clutton – headed to Toronto Pearson Airport to board a flight to Panama, where the group would spend a week working with, and learning from, the people of Guadalupe.

Students travelling to Panama were: Viana Biscoe,... Read More

Wednesday, December 07, 2022

And just like that, the 12th Week Without Walls has drawn to a close. But what an incredible week it was!

Following three service days supporting local community organizations and projects, Senior School students spent Friday, December 2nd reflecting on their experience and sharing their stories. In the morning, students and staff were privileged to hear from guest speaker Kehkashan... Read More

Tuesday, December 06, 2022

The Trinity College School Woodworking Club has been off to a flying start this year and, after two years of individual projects only, the students are enjoying being able to once again work together as a group. Specifically, the club has embarked on the construction of a 15' cedar strip canoe. Once completed, the canoe will be auctioned off at Bear Fair 2023 as a fundraiser for the TCS... Read More

Monday, December 05, 2022

Fifteen Trinity College School students and two chaperones – Ms. Laura Baragar and Mr. Brandon Black – spent a week in paradise, learning about marine ecosystems and participating in environmental activities in partnership with the Island School in Eleuthera, Bahamas. During the day, the students were involved in experiential learning while in the evening they listened to educational... Read More