Campus Life

Trinity College School is a comfortable expanse of buildings and playing fields in the small town of Port Hope, about an hour's drive from Toronto. We enjoy a view of Lake Ontario and a stimulating change of seasons. On a campus this large, there is room to spread out and explore. On a campus this small, friendships come easily. And on a campus this beautiful, students are proud to call it "home."

A Typical Day

A typical weekday at TCS starts off with a mandatory breakfast sign-in, which is followed by morning chapel. After chapel, students attend classes which are each 70 minutes in length, divided by a junior and senior lunch period. After classes, there are either sports practices or arts periods to attend to fulfill the minimum of five hours of co-curricular activity each week. Dinner is followed by an hour of free time or arts commitments before students have a compulsory study period of two hours.

After study, students have some free time to take a trip to the store, make a phone call to Jim's Pizza for a night time snack or to just hang out in the Davies Student Centre before they must return to their rooms for the night.

After Saturday sports or any other co-curricular commitments are finished, the weekend at TCS starts. There are a number of weekend activities offered throughout the year. Once a month, Sunday morning begins with a late chapel service for all boarding students followed by a Sunday brunch. The rest of the day is free for the students to catch up on work, relax or go into town.