Thursday, April 28, 2022

The “math wing” is a familiar area to Senior School students at Trinity College School, since every student must take a minimum of three high school mathematics credits, and most choose to take four, five or even six, which can include Advanced Placement courses in both calculus and statistics. Students can choose pathways that are extremely “math-heavy,” in preparation for university courses... Read More

Thursday, April 28, 2022

Trinity College School’s admissions office is pleased to announce the recipients of three full-tuition awards being offered for September 2022 entry, including the inaugural recipient of the Price Family Indigenous National Scholarship.

Ben Mussett from Brockville, Ontario is the recipient of the... Read More

Thursday, April 28, 2022

Five Trinity College School badminton players are headed to the provincial championships after earning berths at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) qualifier held at TCS on April 26th. Earning spots are two mixed doubles teams: Eason Chen and Linda Qiao; and Silas Hodges and Kristie Lam, while Robin Xu will represent the School in men’s singles. The OFSAA Badminton... Read More

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Months in the making, the Battle of the Book Clubs was staged at Trinity College School over the week of April 19th to 22nd. The battle sprang from two of the School’s book clubs – Ex Libris and Ad Astra per Aspera – who began in late fall reading from a selection of eight books. With the inspiration and knowledge gained from reading more than 33,000 pages over the course of the school year,... Read More

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

The 2021-2022 House Debates program at Trinity College School wrapped up this week with two exciting finals!

On Monday, April 25th, the Senior final was held in the Memorial Chapel, with Rigby House facing off against Hodgetts House (which was victorious over Wright House in a debate-off to earn a spot in the final). Isolde Ardies and Neyha Billing comprised the government side for... Read More

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

In 1970, Trinity College School teacher Jack Goering and TCS parent Pat Lawson joined together to host one of the very first Earth Week events at the School. These two committed environmentalists were on the leading edge of the Earth Week movement, which is now celebrated globally each April in the week surrounding Earth Day.

This year, Trinity Environmental Action Club (TEAC), the... Read More

Monday, April 25, 2022

In the wake of the war in Ukraine, Trinity College School students and staff wanted to find a way to support the refugees who have been forced to flee Ukraine since the Russian invasion.

In the Senior School, Trinity Students for Social Justice (TSSJ) joined with Mr. Conor Eustace’s Grade 10 Canadian History class and Mr. Campbell Hall’s Grade 12 Equity and Social Justice class to host... Read More

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Trinity College School students were thrilled to have the opportunity to spend the Easter Break exploring our country with the relaunch of the Capture Canada long weekend travel program following a two-year hiatus. Between April 14th and 18th, the Capture Canada crew spent the weekend in Toronto touring all the popular sites, including the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Nathan Phillips Square,... Read More

Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Trinity College School’s Senior School track & field team kicked off the spring 2022 season at their opening meet on Wednesday, April 13th, held at York University’s indoor track facilities. These early results help the team to set a baseline for the season from which athletes and coaches can work to set goals.

Some highlights of the opening meet:

Thursday, April 14, 2022
Peer to Peer Academic Support members

It has been an exciting return to spring at TCS with sports tryouts; full-school chapel, impromptu Frisbee and football hangouts on the terraces, the anticipation of school-wide community events like TCS’s birthday, and the anticipation of an in-person Speech Day.

With spring term well underway, so too are the thoughts of culminating tasks for courses and... Read More