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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

The Trinity College School Week Without Walls handbell ringers will perform a free concert the evening of Wednesday, December 5th, beginning at 7:00 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church (127 Liberty St. South, Bowmanville). The concert will feature our students, as well as children from St. Joseph’s Catholic Elementary School, with whom our ringers will be rehearsing as part of their Week...

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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

The Trinity College School Parents’ Guild welcomed two dozen parents to a luncheon on Friday, November 23rd at the beautiful Table + Loft Restaurant in historic downtown Port Hope.

After informative updates on guild matters by executive members, and a brief overview of the year so far from TCS Parents’ Guild President, Janet Fox P’20, everyone enjoyed a delicious lunch and lively...

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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

A classic Canadian love story was brought to the stage of the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre as Trinity College School presented David French’s Salt-Water Moon the evenings of November 21st through 23rd. Set in rural Newfoundland in late summer 1926, the play tells the story of two former sweethearts who meet up again one night on a front porch.

With a cast of just two – Colin...

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Monday, November 26, 2018

In 1948, Trinity College School parent Mrs. George Fulford suggested the creation of a debating contest amongst a group of Ontario independent schools. On Saturday, November 24th, TCS students continued this 70-year tradition by taking part in the first Fulford League debate of the 2018-2019 school year, hosted by Havergal College.

As always, the Fulford competition provided a timely...

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Thursday, November 22, 2018

Trinity College School students and staff can feel the excitement building as plans take shape for the 10th annual Week Without Walls service learning initiative. This weekend, the first of two international trips associated with the week will depart, with a group of students and faculty heading to Ecuador in partnership with Me to We Trips...

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Monday, November 19, 2018

Trinity College School students once again took part in the Students Together Opposing Poverty (STOP) fall workshop, this year taking place at Cobourg Collegiate Institute on Thursday, November 15th. Grade 9 student Sarah Deleeuw, Grade 10 student Zoe Fingas and chaperone Emilie Arbour spent the day with peers from local high schools learning about and developing strategies to alleviate issues...

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Monday, November 19, 2018

Dashing through the snow, Trinity College School families participated in the 123rd running of the Oxford Cup on Saturday, November 17th. With wintry conditions, students, staff, parents, alumni and family members braved the 5 km Hedney-Geale Trail, and the challenge of Mount Trinity, to honour one of the School’s longest-standing traditions.

While the emphasis was on fun, fitness and...

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Monday, November 19, 2018

Trinity College School recognized achievement, dedication and leadership in sports at the Fall Athletic Awards, held the evening of Friday, November 16th in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre. The ceremony was the culmination of a successful season in competitive sports which included CISAA gold medals for the Littleside boys soccer and Under-13 boys cross-country teams, as well as silver in...

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Friday, November 16, 2018

Trinity College School students rose to the challenge at the recent regional DECA competition, with three individuals and one team earning spots in the provincial contest to take place in February.

DECA’s mission is to prepare the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs, by engaging young people in areas of business including hospitality, marketing, law, finance and management....

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Camp Wanakita Trip

Trinity College School’s Grade 10 students have had an exciting and adventurous start to the school year. September began with team-building games and a Treetop Trekking challenge at Ganaraska Forest, followed a few weeks later by an overnight camping trip to Camp Wanakita. During these two trips students pushed themselves to go beyond their comfort zones and get to know each other. In...

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