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Wednesday, March 25, 2020

The world over, we have witnessed people come together to do their part to support their local communities during the COVID-19 global pandemic. At Trinity College School, we value our community partners and will continue to look for opportunities to assist our community. This week, on behalf of our students and employees, the School provided our local hospital a donation of personal protective...

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Monday, March 23, 2020

“Empowering.” “Unforgettable.” “Blissful.” These are just some of the words Trinity College School students used to reflect on their one-week journey to Camp Onakawana in early March.

Located near Moosonee, Ontario, the camp was founded by the Tozer family to provide guests with an opportunity to connect with the land. The land not only provides us with everything we need to survive, it...

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Monday, March 23, 2020

With so many students currently at home, the Ontario office of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Awards (DOE) program is providing some helpful tips on how young people can move forward in their DOE journey.

DOE Ontario has set up a special webpage devoted to providing useful information for participants at: www.dukeofed.org/...

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Wednesday, March 04, 2020

Trinity College School’s swimmers put a cap on a terrific season, bringing home a trove of medals from the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) Championships, held March 3rd and 4th at the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre. And after two days of competition, the TCS Junior girls team walked away as OFSAA champions!

The medal haul began on day one of competition, with...

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Wednesday, March 04, 2020

On Friday, February 28th, a group of Trinity College School students from Grade 10 and 11 participated in the 36th annual Concours d’art oratoire at Havergal College.

Organized by Canadian Parents for French, the Concours endeavours to promote French language fluency, with students competing in public speaking events, and also responding to questions about their speeches, all in French...

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Wednesday, March 04, 2020
Jazz@4

The annual Trinity College School Jazz Festival took place on Monday, March 2nd in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre. The festival was founded by retired faculty member, Mr. Ron Parker, as an opportunity for local high school bands to perform for each other, to receive feedback from a jazz professional and to foster the love of jazz band programs at the high school level. During the 2020...

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Wednesday, March 04, 2020

Trinity College School’s dancers – and their guests – performed a high energy show for an enthusiastic audience the evening of Tuesday, March 4th in the Dick and Jane Theatre. Entitled Get Up!, this year’s show was jam-packed with numbers from a broad range of dance styles, from hip hop to jazz and Bollywood to ballet.

The TCS Dance Troupe, an auditioned group, met several...

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Wednesday, March 04, 2020

The health & physical education (HPE) department at Trinity College School is an active and busy place these days. The Arnold Massey ’55 Athletic Centre facilities are a constant hub of students and staff alike, engaging in active learning and fun activities. The department continues to consist of an enthusiastic group of teachers, including Angie Collins, Jacqui Priolo, Erin McGee, Luke O...

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Tuesday, March 03, 2020

The Trinity College School community had the chance to look back on musical theatre performances of the past as our musicians, singers and dancers presented TCS Classics Revisited the evenings of February 26th, 27th and 28th in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre.

Under the leadership of musical directors Mr. Jeff Biggar and Canon Don Aitchison, and directed by Mr. Bill Walker and...

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Sunday, March 01, 2020

Both the Junior and Senior Schools at Trinity College School took a stand against bullying by hosting Pink Shirt Day events the week of February 24th.

Pink Shirt Day was inspired by a 2007 incident at a Nova Scotia school, when a male student was bullied for wearing a pink shirt. Two students wanted to make a statement against the harassment and did so the following day by handing out...

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