Over March Break, an enthusiastic and keen group of Trinity College School students traveled to South Africa to learn about wildlife conservation in partnership with Operation Wallacea. Students spent the first week exploring terrestrial life at the Balule Game Reserve. Here, students had the... Read More
Trinity College School supports and develops students so they can become responsible, environmentally aware leaders of tomorrow. This involves role modelling best practices in environmental studies, co-curricular programming, facilities, green space and school culture.
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On Thursday, February 16th, a keen group of 12 Trinity College School students ventured up north for an unforgettable weekend of snowshoeing, star-gazing, dog-sledding and team-building, all amid spring-like weather.
The Capture Canada group spent the first two nights at Limberlost Forest... Read More
Students in Trinity College School's PAD30-T Outdoor Excursions course spent the February Break in truly Canadian fashion, enjoying the sights and activities of Algonquin Provincial Park.
Departing on February 16th, the trip took students to the northwest corner of the park, where they... Read More
When I was in elementary school, science lessons were comprised of filling in worksheets or copying copious notes off the chalkboards. We now know that rote memorization is useful for certain types of learning, but that critically-thinking and engaged students flourish with inspiring, real-life... Read More