Monday, September 26, 2022

Terry Fox was 18 years old – just a few years older than many of our own Trinity College School students – when he first conceived of running across Canada to raise funds for cancer research. Sitting in a hospital room, awaiting the surgery to remove his right leg due to osteosarcoma, Terry read about a amputee runner and dreamt of running himself. Three years and one month later, on April 12... Read More

Thursday, September 22, 2022

Under sunny skies, Trinity College School’s runners welcomed peers from around the province to the annual TCS Harriers Meet on Wednesday, September 21st. The Senior boys and girls teams led the way for the Bears, placing second and fourth, respectively, in this early season event.

More than 500 athletes from 35 schools brought energy and spirit to the TCS campus as they competed... Read More

Thursday, September 22, 2022

The executive of the Trinity College School Parents’ Guild was so pleased to be able to welcome parents to a breakfast meeting in Osler Hall on Tuesday, September 20th. About 30 parents joined in person, while several more took part via Zoom.

Every Junior and Senior School parent is a member of the TCS Parents’ Guild – one of the oldest such organizations in Canada, having been formed... Read More

Monday, September 19, 2022

Thanks to the efforts of our student leaders and supportive staff, Trinity College School’s Grade 9-12 students had a weekend bursting with activities from September 16th-18th.

The prefects hosted a fun “Game Show Palooza” on Friday night, where students gathered in Cirne Commons and had the chance to play Family Feud and Finish Those Lyrics to win prizes!

On Saturday evening,... Read More

Thursday, September 15, 2022

One of the key goals of the opening weeks at Trinity College School is to build bonds between students and the adults in the School who will support them on their journeys. To this end, Senior School students and their advisors had the chance to connect over a shared love of reading during the 11th annual Trinity Reads discussions on Tuesday, September 13th.

Held at locations around... Read More

Tuesday, September 13, 2022

While they have already been very busy welcoming new students and organizing events for their peers, the Senior School student leaders at Trinity College School were officially installed during a special morning chapel service on Tuesday, September 13th.

The theme of the annual ceremony, held this year in Memorial Chapel, is “leadership through service.” And, as the student leaders... Read More

Tuesday, September 13, 2022

The opening week of the 2022-2023 school year at Trinity College School was marked by a renewed feeling of community, and a focus on welcoming students and staff to a culture of care and belonging.

Head of Trinity College School Stuart Grainger described the start of school this way: “The vibe on campus is pure excitement.” While there were the typical beginning of school nerves for... Read More

Thursday, September 08, 2022

As opening week continued at Trinity College School on Wednesday, September 7th, our Junior School students, new day families and returning Grade 10 and 11 boarders were welcomed to campus.

Over at Boulden House, students in Grades 5 through 8 dove back into classes and got (re)acquainted with the daily routine. Head of Junior School Jennifer Reid was enthusiastic about the start of the... Read More

Wednesday, September 07, 2022

Under sunny skies, the 2022-2023 school year got underway at Trinity College School on Tuesday, September 6th, as Grade 12 students were welcomed to campus.

The first day of opening week is a chance for the “Class of 2023” to bond as a grade and celebrate their final year at the School. Boarders spent the morning moving back into their residences, and day students arrived just in time... Read More

Tuesday, August 23, 2022

The Advanced Placement (AP) program at Trinity College School continues to offer an opportunity for enrichment, through a broad range of courses, to students who are motivated in a given subject area and possess the learning skills to support advanced-level courses. As always, AP exams test students’ ability to perform in university-level courses. Scored on a scale from 1 to 5, exams earning a... Read More