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Thursday, May 19, 2022

Jazz Night at Trinity College School, held Friday, May 13th in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre, was a huge success thanks to the contributions of many. First, the members of Jazz@4 put in countless hours to pull this show together despite the many COVID-19 pivots in previous terms. The band consists of two talented alto saxophone players, Wesley Hoo and Allen Tang, with Mitchell Baboolal on...

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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Track & Field: Competing at the Conference of Independent Schools Athletics Association (CISAA) Championships this week, 10 Trinity College School runners stamped their ticket for the upcoming Metro track meet!

The CISAA Championships were held May 16th and 17th at York University. Qualifying for the Metro regional meet, with hopes of moving on to the provincials,...

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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

The Juno Awards, honouring the best in Canadian music, took place at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto the evening of Sunday, May 15th. As part of the televised broadcast, hosted by Simu Liu, six members of our Trinity College School community performed with Vancouver hip hop artist bbno$, in a drumline with wind players and choreography. Grade 9 student Alex Sprayson and music teacher Nicola Lee...

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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

For many people, Kim Phúc is “the Napalm girl,” but her life story is so much more than can be contained in one image. Trinity College School students and staff had the opportunity to hear from Ms. Phúc Phan Ti and be inspired by her journey to forgiveness, as she spoke in Cirne Commons on Tuesday, May 17th as part of Asian Heritage Month.

Ms. Phúc was immortalized in a Pulitzer Prize...

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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

Each year, as graduation at Trinity College School approaches, a special group of Grade 12 students known as the “Bear Cubs” is celebrated. These are students who have attended the School since Grade 5, and on Monday, May 16th, this year’s class of Bear Cubs had the chance to reminisce about their eight years at TCS during a special luncheon at The Lodge.

This year’s event felt all the...

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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

The spring is always a particularly busy time in the arts department at Trinity College School, and we were collectively delighted to welcome families back to campus to enjoy live music last week as part of Arts Week!

From May 9th to 13th, Arts Week celebrated the visual and performing arts through a series of events, including the TCS Film Festival, Spring Concert and Jazz Night. For...

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Wednesday, May 18, 2022

The Municipality of Port Hope was pleased to be able to host a live presentation of its annual Civic Awards ceremony the evening of Thursday, May 12th, and Trinity College School students were among those honoured.

The Civic Awards program has been in existence for more than three decades and aims to recognize contributions to the life of the town through arts, athletics and service,...

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Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Lots of fun was had by all at the Trinity College School Parents’ Guild Social, held at the beautiful Hotel Carlyle and Restaurant in downtown Port Hope on Friday, May 13th.

Over 60 current and past parents appreciated a fabulous evening, reconnecting and rejoicing that they could gather together in person for a wonderful evening of fellowship. Much laughter and conversation was enjoyed...

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Friday, May 13, 2022

For the first time in two years, Trinity College School’s Grade 10 Public Speaking Contest was held in person on Thursday, May 12th. Speeches focused on Canadians who have made a significant contribution to their field and/or the world around them. Every Grade 10 student researched, prepared and delivered a speech for their English class. The top student from each class then participated in...

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Friday, May 13, 2022

Building on the excitement of the announcement of prefects, Trinity College School was proud to announce its 2022-2023 house leaders on Thursday, May 12th. The announcement included the incoming student heads and assistant heads, as well as peer mentors, for each of the 10 Senior School houses.

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