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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

The Senior School library is delighted to host not one but two book clubs at Trinity College School this year!

Last spring’s transition to online learning through the TCS Connect e-community provided an opportunity for online book discussions and proved so popular that it ran through the summer. Interest remains high, so students meet weekly for informal chats about books and reading,...

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Monday, October 26, 2020

Missing our traditional large cross-country meets at Trinity College School, the Senior School harriers team and coaches found a new way to celebrate their love of running this year. On Friday, October 23rd, they staged the first ever TCS Relay Marathon.

One of our coaches, Ms. Tiffany Bathurst, had the idea that the team could take part in the virtual Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront...

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Friday, October 23, 2020

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month, and on Wednesday, October 21st, Senior School students and staff at Trinity College School showed their support by participating in the School’s first “Mark it Read for Dyslexia” Day.

Promoted by the Senior School library and led by library assistant Viola Lyons, the day was a chance for our school community to learn more about dyslexia. “Mark it...

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Friday, October 23, 2020

We were so grateful that the annual Trinity College School tree plant was able to go forward with some COVID-based modifications this year. Twenty-seven boarding students, cohorted into a Grade 11 group and a Grade 12 group, came out on Wednesday, October 21st to help restore a section of habitat on campus. The area, located on the south side of the Ward Street and Rose Glen Road intersection...

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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

This fall, the music department of Trinity College School was immeasurably enhanced with the donation of a special and historic instrument – a Chickering baby grand piano that belonged to Hagood Hardy ’55.

Hardy, who attended TCS from 1953-1955, was affectionately referred to by his classmates as “our music man.” A revered band-leader at TCS, Hardy’s musical career grew to international...

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Monday, October 19, 2020

From mental health to the environment, and from pedagogy to international law, Trinity College School’s Advanced Placement Research students are tackling important issues this year. On Thursday, October 15th, the 13 students who comprise the AP Research course introduced their topics during a series of online meetings.

The AP Research course has been offered at TCS since 2014 and is...

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Wednesday, October 14, 2020

This year’s Grade 9 cohort will be the first group of intrepid young learners to experience “gamification” of the skills necessary to succeed in the rigorous, extensive and well-supported academic programming that is a hallmark of the Trinity College School experience, through the use of the Classcraft system. The vision is to use the engaging features...

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Wednesday, October 07, 2020

On September 1, 1980, Terry Fox was forced to end his Marathon of Hope to raise funds for cancer research, as his own cancer had returned. At the time, the 22-year-old amputee had run from the coast of Newfoundland to Thunder Bay, Ontario, and was 3,000 kilometres away from his final destination on the BC coast. This year, in honour of the 40th anniversary of Terry’s run, Trinity College...

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Wednesday, October 07, 2020

We would like to wish all of our families a very happy and healthy Thanksgiving Break! Among the many things to be thankful for is the small but dedicated group of TCS Parents’ Guild volunteers who decorated the Memorial Chapel for the holiday season. You can click here to view the decorations as...

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Monday, October 05, 2020

With large gatherings on hold for the time being, the presentation of 2019-2020 Scholars’ Awards to Trinity College School students took place during grade-specific chapel services held from September 29th to October 5th. The fall presentation of Scholars’ Awards honours the achievements of last year’s Grade 8, 9, 10 and 11 students based on...

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