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Thursday, May 16, 2019

Students in the Grade 11 Outdoor Excursions course (PAD3O-T) at Trinity College School wrapped up their year of adventure with their third and final trip from May 11th to 14th. The students travelled to Haliburton Highlands Water Trails, located just southwest of Algonquin Provincial Park.

The group camped on Ernest Lake, on a great site, and students undertook a day trip to a nearby...

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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

A pair of Trinity College School runners will head to the Metro Regional Meet after strong finishes at the CISAA Track & Field Championships held May 13th and 14th. Dylan Ceccato earned a berth in the 400m race, while Fiona Shearing stamped her ticket in the 3000m run.

The Metro Regionals will be held May 29th and 30th at Scarborough’s Birchmount Stadium and are the qualifying event...

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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Trinity College School’s Grade 9 science students braved rain and cold temperatures to put their research skills into action during the annual field trip to the Ganaraska Forest Centre, May 13th and 14th. Each year, this trip provides a chance for students to conduct hands-on research in the forest’s aquatic ecosystems to enhance their in-class study of sustainable ecosystems.

The...

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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

A group of avid Trinity College School bibliophiles had the opportunity to explore the “Forest of Reading” as they took part in the Festival of Trees at Toronto’s Harbourfront Centre on Tuesday, May 14th.

Held in conjunction with the International Festival of Authors, the Festival of Trees wraps up the Ontario Library Association’s...

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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

The call of the wild brought students in the PAD30 Outdoor Activities course to Northern Ontario for three days of canoeing and camping, from May 12th to 14th. This was the summative activity for the Grade 11 course, and the culmination of students’ efforts throughout the year to learn new skills for wilderness exploration and survival.

The group stayed at Camp Pathfinder, located on...

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Students in Trinity College School’s Grade 10 Healthy Active Living course presented a “health fair” on Friday, May 10th, sharing information with their peers on a range of topics.

The students have been researching a health topic of their choice within the context of the Ministry of Ontario curriculum expectations, as part of their summative assessment. Their goal was to become an...

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Thursday, May 09, 2019

On Saturday, May 4th, six Trinity College School Spanish language students participated in the Ontario Secondary Schools Spanish Contest (OSSSC) held at Upper Canada College in Toronto. The OSSSC begin in 2008 with the goal of attracting Spanish students from all across the province of Ontario to participate in a contest in which they have the opportunity to show off their Spanish skills....

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Wednesday, May 08, 2019
Death of a Salesman

“Be great in act, as you have been in thought.” – William Shakespeare

As the days head rapidly and creatively toward the end of another school year, I am struck by the boundless levels of imagination and creativity exhibited by our students at Trinity College School, which have been a constant source of inspiration.

As our year in the arts began, we were blessed by two...

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Wednesday, May 08, 2019

Trinity College School visual arts students had the chance to experience first-hand the process of mounting an exhibition of their work as the School collaborated on what is hoped to be the first annual student art exhibition at Port Hope’s Little Station Gallery.

In collaboration with Critical Mass: A Centre for Contemporary Art, students in the Grade 11 Media Arts course (ASM3M)...

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Wednesday, May 08, 2019

The final round of the Grade 10 Osler Speaking Contest at Trinity College School was held on May 6th in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre. Speeches focused on Canadians who have made a significant contribution to the world around them. Every Grade 10 student researched, prepared and delivered a speech in class. The top student from each class then participated in the final round, in front of the...

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