TCS Summer Courses at Cambridge University


The summer 2020 ENG4U course at Cambridge
will take place from June 28th-July 25th.

Trinity College School is pleased to announce that the ENG4U (Grade 12 English) credit course will once again be offered in Cambridge during the summer of 2019. Taking a TCS summer course at Cambridge University is an experiential learning opportunity where students can earn an Ontario Secondary School credit while travelling and discovering a new culture. Students will travel and live within a safe and structured environment chaperoned, in part, by TCS faculty. They will be taught by TCS teachers using TCS curriculum approved by the Ontario Ministry of Education. They will be presented with challenging and creative course material that will relate to each location's scenery and sites. Excursions, site programming and other culturally targeted initiatives are facilitated by our program partner, REACH Cambridge. Summer courses abroad foster an appreciation of the practice that is "living learning." An enriched curriculum is enhanced by the opportunity to develop cultural literacy, something of key importance given our inter-connected world. TCS, at home and abroad, is a place in the world and of the world.

2020 Course Details:

Program Dates: Sunday, June 28— Saturday, July 25, 2019 (Please note, there is no supervision prior to Sunday, June 28th. The course ends on Saturday, July 25th, after which there is no supervision.)

Flight Requirements: Students departing from Canada will need to leave on June 27th in order to arrive in the U.K. on June 28th. They will need to to arrive in London on Sunday, June 28th between 6:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m., for transfer to the University of Cambridge.

Cost: $9,995 (does not include airfare)

Registration Deadline: February 28, 2020

Terms & Conditions: Click here to download the 2020 registration form for terms and conditions.**

**Special Note: Before enrolling in a summer course, students are expected to speak with their TCS guidance counsellor to discuss academic pathways and university admissions implications. Note of caution: Students and families should be aware that there is a growing trend on behalf of selective post-secondary programs that wish to see core Grade 12 courses taken during the year at a student’s home school.

Our courses are open to any secondary school student registered in an independent, public or separate school.

Contact Ms. Pam Dew for more information at 905-885-3217 ext. 1229 or by email: