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Tuesday, March 03, 2020

The Trinity College School community had the chance to look back on musical theatre performances of the past as our musicians, singers and dancers presented TCS Classics Revisited the evenings of February 26th, 27th and 28th in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre.

Under the leadership of musical directors Mr. Jeff Biggar and Canon Don Aitchison, and directed by Mr. Bill Walker and...

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Sunday, March 01, 2020

Both the Junior and Senior Schools at Trinity College School took a stand against bullying by hosting Pink Shirt Day events the week of February 24th.

Pink Shirt Day was inspired by a 2007 incident at a Nova Scotia school, when a male student was bullied for wearing a pink shirt. Two students wanted to make a statement against the harassment and did so the following day by handing out...

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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Trinity College School’s debate team had a busy – and successful – weekend attending competitions across the province of Ontario, February 21st through 23rd.

On Saturday, Ms. Gillian Scott accompanied a team of four representatives to the Fulford League’s winter debate tournament at De La Salle College Oaklands in Toronto. In the Senior...

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Wednesday, February 26, 2020

The alpine ski season wrapped up in spectacular fashion for the Trinity College School team, picking up double gold at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) Championships, held February 24th and 25th in Collingwood.

Led by Grade 12 student Charlie Wadds, the high school trained boys team captured the individual and team gold medals in Monday’s slalom races....

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Tuesday, February 25, 2020

With four rounds of preliminary debate under their belts, Trinity College School students showcased their skill in the semi-finals of House Debates on Monday, February 24th, arguing the resolution that “experience is the best teacher.”

In the Junior division, Ava Becker of Rigby House was the top individual, followed by Wright’s Madison Narciso, Riley Christensen of Orchard, and Ellice...

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Monday, February 24, 2020

With March Break just around the corner, Trinity College School parents had the chance for a mid-year check-in with their children during the second Parents Weekend of the year, held February 21st to 22nd in conjunction with Senior School Parent-Teacher Meetings. The weekend provides parents the opportunity to connect with their child’s teachers, and to share in their child’s daily life at TCS...

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Friday, February 21, 2020

Trinity College School’s swimmers had a fantastic – and fast – day in the pool as the Senior School team competed at the CISAA Championships in Markham on Wednesday, February 19th.

The meet saw 42 personal best times posted by TCS swimmers, and the Junior girls came home with the overall championship title in their division. The team earned more than 20 medals in individual and relay...

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Friday, February 21, 2020

For many years, Trinity College School’s Cultural Awareness Group (CAG) has celebrated our diverse community by hosting the annual International Day. This year’s event, held on Thursday, February 20th, came with a new name – Cultural Day – and a new focus, to include appreciation for Canada’s Indigenous and First Nations cultures in addition to our international composition as a school.

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Thursday, February 20, 2020

On Wednesday, February 19th, Trinity College School students were fortunate to have the opportunity to attend a presentation given by Travis Daley from the University of New Brunswick (UNB) admissions department. Travis explained to our students that UNB is not just a university but that it is a community where students are greeted with an abundance of opportunity: hands-on research, co-op and...

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Wednesday, February 19, 2020

On Thursday, February 13th, the entire Grade 9 class at Trinity College School took part in a sustainability workshop on the theme of “Humans and Our Stuff.” As TCS continues to build our “green” culture, the workshop brought together students and teachers to examine and pledge actions on the complex systems connected to the many items we all use, particularly disposable items.

Students...

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