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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Sorting donations for a food bank. Cleaning animal enclosures. Fixing a bike. Organizing books for a children’s library. Making a craft with a local senior.

Small acts. But powerful ones.

This week, Senior School students at Trinity College School have been experiencing the ripple effect of how such small actions can create a meaningful difference in our community during the 12th... Read More

Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Trinity College School’s Senior School musicians were thrilled to present their first official performance of the academic year at the Winter Concert, held the evening of November 24th in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre.

Grade 11 student Eric Jin opened the show with Frederic Chopin’s Ballade No. 3 in Ab Major. This was Eric’s debut on the TCS stage and he performed this... Read More

Monday, November 28, 2022

On Monday, November 21st, a group of 12 Trinity College School students (Lily Wright, Nya Fludzinski, Danie Green, Anna Dobrinski, Nicholas Damiani, Hannah Bailey, Sarah Fagan, Joey Paduano, Hannah Bodden, Riley Escorcio, Serar Omar and Nicolas Shi) travelled to Ridley College for the CIS Ontario Thrive Student Leadership Symposium. The TCS students attended two student-led presentations... Read More

Thursday, November 24, 2022

The spirit of giving back was in the air as Senior School students learned this week which site they will serve at for Trinity College School’s 12th Week Without Walls. Students and staff alike are eager to get to work, helping local organizations in a host of areas of need, with the first site group planning meetings taking... Read More

Monday, November 21, 2022

This fall has seen a renewed excitement across campus, not the least of which was due to the return to a full slate of competitive athletics programs at Trinity College School. Achievement, dedication and leadership in the autumn term of co-curricular sports were celebrated on Friday, November 18th in the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre.

A testament to the enthusiastic commitment of... Read More

Monday, November 21, 2022

Trinity College School’s Littleside football team recently completed an historic undefeated regular season. Now playing six-a-side football at this level, TCS fielded a team of highly committed young athletes who worked incredibly hard all season long. They learned the intricacies of the game, worked on their conditioning and honed their individual skills. Their commitment and efforts... Read More

Monday, November 21, 2022

After two years, Trinity College School’s Bigside basketball girls were finally able to have a normal season again!

The “Friday Night Lights” game returned for the first time since pre-COVID, and the girls got to play in front of a packed house and enthusiastic fans on Friday, November 14th, during the annual TCS invitational tournament. TCS hosted eight teams from across the province,... Read More

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Eighteen Trinity College School students and two chaperones packed their bags during an unseasonably warm week in Southern Ontario and prepared for a westward adventure. Leaving TCS before sunrise on Thursday, November 10th, the group loaded skis, winter jackets and everything else they might need in anticipation of the second destination in the... Read More

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

A group of 19 Trinity College School students from Senior School music, visual arts and drama courses travelled with Mr. Bill Walker and myself to New York City over the break weekend, November 10th-14th, to experience this vibrant city.

We walked extensively, covering over 60 kilometres in three days, and travelling through many parts of the city, including Times Square, Rockefeller... Read More

Tuesday, November 15, 2022

The Senior School harriers team capped off a fantastic season with the annual Trinity College School marathon relay on Wednesday, November 9th. For the last several years, the runners and coaches have enjoyed the chance to gather one last time at the end of the term for a fun event that has also produced some very strong results.

The event involves teams of four to five students running... Read More

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