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Monday, May 09, 2022

As a result of a very strong showing at the qualifying tournament hosted by Trinity College School on April 27th, five TCS athletes earned a spot to compete at the OFSAA Badminton Championships, hosted by Pain Court in the Chatham-Kent area of southwestern Ontario from May 5th through May 7th.

Silas Hodges and Kristie Lam earned the top CISAA mixed-doubles berth, complemented by the... Read More

Monday, May 09, 2022

Trinity College School’s Bigside and Middleside girls rugby sevens teams both played three amazing games each on Monday, May 2nd. It was a lot of the girls’ first games, and it was quite the accomplishment and a lot of fun.

Middleside results

  • TCS vs LCS (22-10)
    Tries: Addy O’Grady (3 +1 convert), Maggie McLean
    The first game started strong... Read More
Thursday, May 05, 2022

The weekend of April 29th-30th, the Tottenham Players made their triumphant return to the Dick and Jane LeVan Theatre stage with the production of The Wizard of Wonderland. This production involved 27 Junior School students and half a dozen staff members. It was a true collaborative effort!

After months of auditions and rehearsals, the actors brought the story to life. Judson... Read More

Wednesday, May 04, 2022
Preston Manning

My name is Keira Spurrell, a Grade 12 student in Rigby House and part of one section of the Grade 12 Canadian and World Politics Class at Trinity College School.

On Thursday, April 28th, 10 of the politics students, including myself, were lucky enough to be invited along with our teacher, Ms. Shannon Rauh-Wasmund, and other staff members to attend a political talk organized and hosted... Read More

Monday, May 02, 2022

Asian Heritage Month is a chance for Canadians to learn more about the various accomplishments of Asian Canadians who have contributed so much to the beautiful country we share today. The Government of Canada declared May to be Asian Heritage Month in May 2002.

The theme for Asian Heritage Month 2022 is “Continuing a legacy of greatness.” It provides an opportunity to reflect on the... Read More

Monday, May 02, 2022

As part of Trinity College School’s ongoing effort to integrate Truth and Reconciliation into the curriculum, all Senior School students took part in workshop activities the week of April 25th-28th. Each grade from 9 through 12 had a period dedicated to understanding the connection between maps and the lives of Indigenous peoples, and linking this understanding to water, a theme in our Truth... Read More

Monday, May 02, 2022

Trinity College School marked 157 years since its official incorporation, an event that took place on May 1, 1865 when the School existed in the parish of Revd. William Arthur Johnson at Weston, Ontario. At that time, Father Johnson had been seeking a better education for his own children and so the small school of nine students was born. Three years later, the growing educational institution... Read More

Monday, May 02, 2022

On Monday, April 25th and Tuesday, April 26th, students in the Advanced Placement Research course at Trinity College School presented and defended their year-long research, in the Gibson Room of the Senior School library, during the AP Capstone Showcase. This year marked a return to in-person presentations, with the option also available to view the event via a Zoom webinar. This year’s... Read More

Friday, April 29, 2022

Trinity College School’s Senior School track and field team continued to build on the success from its opening meet, posting strong results at the Durham Classic invitational event held April 27th and 28th at Oshawa’s Civic Recreation Complex. This was the team’s first outdoor meet, and the athletes braved cold, windy weather for a solid showing. New experiences included Senior racers in the... Read More

Thursday, April 28, 2022

Trinity College School announced its 2022-2023 prefects on Thursday, April 28th. With a wealth of skilled and dedicated student leaders amongst the current Grade 11 class, it was exceptionally difficult to choose a slate of just 12 to serve as prefects.

Appointed by the headmaster following a vote by Senior School students and faculty, along with input from key members of the... Read More

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