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Thursday, April 11, 2019

Trinity College School is pleased to announce the recipients of the Hunter Scholarships. The Donald F. Hunter Scholarship and Donald H. Hunter ’67 Scholarship are two merit-based, full-tuition awards presented to promising day students who reside in Durham Region, Peterborough or Northumberland County. Both of this year’s deserving recipients are new students to TCS who will begin their...

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

On Tuesday, April 9th, over 30 Trinity College School students who have expressed interest in applying to U.S. colleges and universities attended an information session in the library given by Mr. Greg MacDonald, director of international admissions at Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania.

During the session, Mr. MacDonald emphasized the importance of demonstrating interest in a...

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019
Live chat with Melissa MacCoubrey '10

Trinity College School students gained insight into the job market today, and in the future, during the annual Career Showcase, held the evening of Tuesday, April 9th. Hosted by the School’s philanthropy and alumni office, the showcase welcomes alumni and parents to share their experiences in the work world, with an emphasis on networking, education and creating opportunities.

The...

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Wednesday, April 10, 2019

As winter releases her cold, firm grip on the landscape, the river flows freely. Thoughts of inevitable change are upon us; like it or not, all things change, and we change with them. You Never Step in the Same River Twice is an exhibition featuring the work of some of Trinity College School’s media art students, curated by Ms. Sally McKay-LePage. The artwork presents a youthful...

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Tuesday, April 09, 2019

The Trinity College School Woodworking Club is back in the shop again for the spring term and continuing the work on this year’s major project, which was started in fall 2018. Specifically, the student carpenters have been working diligently to keep pace on the 16' x 16', two-tiered, timber framed pergola that will be situated in the garden area outside of Cirne Commons. The pergola is...

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Tuesday, April 09, 2019

Trinity College School’s Johnson Ringers welcomed the warmer weather with a Spring Bells Concert the evening of Monday, April 9th in the Memorial Chapel.

The concert included 18 ringers from the Senior School playing a range of popular music. Also featured was Grade 10 student Loretta Hu joining the ringers on piano for two selections. Special guest ringer was Ms. Shelagh Straughan,...

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Tuesday, April 09, 2019

The final Fulford League Debate of the school year was held at Ridley College on April 6th, and Trinity College School debaters finished the competition in grand style.

The Fulford League was created in 1948 as a forum for Ontario independent school students to compete against one another, and currently sponsors three tournaments each year. Students are broken into Junior (Grade 9-10)...

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Monday, April 08, 2019

The annual Islander Dance at Trinity College School was a joyful occasion full of songs and special snacks to celebrate the School’s Caribbean community.

Held on Friday, April 5th, the evening began with a short j’ouvert, or street party, on the terraces. Students had been asked to dress in white, and they had a blast running and dancing between two lines of Islander students...

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Friday, April 05, 2019

Fourteen Grade 8 students and two teachers spent a memorable week in the Amazon Rainforest over the March Break. Travelling with the Me to We organization, we spent one night in the Ecuadorian capital of Quito before embarking on a journey down into the rainforest, where we spent five nights at the beautiful Minga Lodge, located on the shores of the Napo River. Accessible only by water,...

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Thursday, April 04, 2019

The TCS music department’s annual Spring Benefit Concert will take place Friday, April 26th at 7:00 p.m. in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre. Come and hear our fantastic student-musicians perform. Donations will be collected for Camp Ooch, a retreat for children with cancer. Join us!

Note: This event can also be viewed by livestream on your computer or mobile...

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