The study of the arts is one of the cornerstones of an excellent education and one that we strongly believe is central to leading a rich and fulfilling life. Creative and imaginative thought, focussed and self-motivated personal development, adventurous and refined performance, critical and thoughtful reflection; these are attributes taught and developed through the arts but are essentials in every field of endeavour. The roles within the arts are many, from performer to consumer, but it is our goal to graduate young men and women with creative and passionate involvement in, and understanding of, the cultural life of their communities as well as refined skills in one or more arts disciplines.

There is a Performing Arts Specialist program for students wishing to dedicate themselves to the study of one of the performing arts. This involves many facets of support for these students. Interested students should contact the head of the arts department for more information.

In addition to a robust co-curricular drama program, Trinity College School offers drama courses for credit in Grades 10, 11 and 12. Students at TCS are fortunate to have access to state-of-the-art performance and rehearsal space in LeVan Hall, including the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre.

Below are the department's 2019-2020 course offerings:

Grade 9 Drama (ADA1O)

Grade 10 Drama (ADA2O)

Grade 11 Drama (ADA3M)

Grade 12 Drama (ADA4M)