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Wednesday, February 10, 2021

The past 12 months have brought much change to the English department at Trinity College School, not only to the way we deliver our curriculum but also to the texts we are studying. COVID-19 has challenged us to design engaging lessons that can be delivered simultaneously online and in-person, often with students distanced between two different teaching spaces. Additionally, while recent years...

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Tuesday, February 09, 2021
Guest Speaker Eternity Martis

With the formation of the Black Student Alliance (BSA) at Trinity College School, one event that we were all looking forward to was Black History Month. We wanted to make the month of February as festive and educational as possible. With all that was going on in the world and in the United States, the BSA leaders and the Black student population at large felt that having BHM in our school, and...

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Monday, February 08, 2021

A talented cast and crew gave everyone a dose of much-needed laughter as Trinity College School presented the virtual production of Bad Auditions… On Camera, which was released via video on February 4th.

The play, written by Ian McWethy and Carrie McCrossen, was created specifically to be produced online, making it a perfect vehicle to bring together cast and members working on...

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Monday, February 08, 2021

Trinity College School’s prefects put the chill on the “February Blahs” as they hosted Bear Fest, a week of fun activities from February 1st to 5th.

Each afternoon during the final class block, Senior School students took part in exciting challenges in small groups within their grade cohorts. Over the course of the week, each grade had the chance to try the outdoor obstacle course relay...

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Monday, February 08, 2021

Trinity College School’s Summer Academy is ready to connect students to a well-supported online learning experience, wherever they are this summer! Online registration is now open at www.tcs.on.ca...

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Wednesday, February 03, 2021

Debating the resolution that “public policy must draw on science alone,” four Senior (Grade 11/12) teams and four Junior (Grade 9/10) teams participated in this semi-final round of Trinity College School’s House Debates program on Tuesday, January 2nd:

  • Hodgetts (for) and Orchard (against)
  • Bickle (for) and Rigby (against)
  • Burns (for) and Scott (against) 
  • ...
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Monday, February 01, 2021

Trinity College School had the privilege of virtually hosting the Get Real Movement on January 27th, for a workshop teaching the Senior School community about racism and ways to deal with it. As part of the Get Real Movement, presenters Saidat and Garrison opened up and shared their past experiences in order to educate the coming generations...

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Thursday, January 28, 2021

Trinity College School learned this week that it was named amongst a group of institutions to receive the AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award from the College Board. The award recognizes schools for their efforts at “expanding young women’s access to AP Computer Science Principles” during the 2019-2020 school year. To qualify for the award, an AP computer science course must have a...

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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

The Senior School library at Trinity College School continues to support students’ research needs and reading interests during this remarkable school year. While our library space has been modified to meet current health and safety protocols, the inclusion of online learning reminds us how many library programs and services are not constrained to its physical location.

Curated digital...

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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Trinity College School parents escaped the cold Canadian winter with a culinary journey to warmer climes during a virtual cooking class on Tuesday, January 26th. Hosted by past parent Danielle French, the owner of South Pond Farms, and Peter St. Patrick Francis, parents learned how to make tasty empanadas.

Registration for the event included a specially curated spice kit and a jar of...

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