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Trinity College School

Location
Port Hope
Year of foundation
1865
Programs
AP
Age
14—17 years old
Accomodation
Residence

Trinity College School (TCS) is a coeducational school for boys and girls that was founded on May 1, 1865, just over 2 years before the Confederation of Canada.

The school is located on an area of ​​40 hectares and is located near the town of Port Hope, with a beautiful view of Lake Ontario, 110 km from Toronto.

Port Hope is located at the mouth of the Ganaraska River on the northern shore of Lake Ontario. The city center has become famous as a place to shop for antiques.

Trinity College School offers a curriculum with the ability to focus on academic areas of interest to the student. The school has 578 students, of which 282 students live on a full board basis.

DIRECTOR (STAND 2023)

Stuart Granger, education - St. George's School; BA in Education from Queens University; Bachelor of Science degree from the University of British Columbia; MBA degree from the University of Ottawa.

KEY FACTORS

  • For over 150 years Trinity College has been recognized internationally for its excellence in teaching young people.
  • Graduates are admitted to the best universities in the world.
  • High value is given to artistic expression. The art program allows students to realize their unique creativity and talents.
  • All campus buildings serve as a continuous art gallery - with new student creations on display every six weeks.
  • Small classes: 12 to 20 students. This ensures that everyone gets personal attention. The student: teacher ratio is 8: 1.
  • The school uses the most modern computer software. All high school students have Apple laptops, their own voice mailboxes, and any messages received are notified by email.
  • In 2014, the school was honored to be selected to offer the prestigious AP (Advanced Placement Program) Capstone Diploma ™, a 2-year university preparatory program. Pupils study majoring subjects according to the program of the university, for admission to which they are preparing, and as a result of the study they pass exams.

FACILITIES

On the territory of the school there are 9 playing fields, an indoor hockey arena, 5 gyms, a swimming pool, a bullfighting course, 5 squash courts, 4 tennis courts, beach volleyball and basketball courts.

The impressive theater and music building, LeVan Hall, completed in September 2002, sits in the center of the campus. Preserving the school's unique architectural heritage, LeVan Hall incorporates the latest in communication and presentation technologies, providing resources unparalleled in any other school in Canada.

Renovated in 2010, LeVan Hall was redeveloped into a modern performing arts theater, now includes additional seating, and improved acoustic and lighting systems. Five classrooms with the latest technology, including wireless LAN access and video conferencing capabilities.

The Visual Arts Wing was opened in autumn 2011, its area is about 3000 square meters. The building consists of two workshops on the main level, with an additional studio and study rooms on the lower level.

PROGRAM

The school pays special attention to learning using information technology, with Internet access, e-mail, Smart Boards and classrooms fully equipped with computers. Students and teachers use laptops for online research, classroom assignments and presentations, and use an online learning system that allows them to communicate and access course information after school hours.

High school program (14-17 years old)

Trinity College School's engaging curriculum, spanning four years from grades 9 to 12, emphasizes the philosophy of the humanities. During the first two years of study, students are engaged in art and science. In grades 11 and 12, students begin to specialize, many take the Advanced Placement course.

Advanced Placement Program (AP)

University Preparation Program. The program is offered in over 110 countries and is recognized by over 80 universities in Canada. Based on AP exam scores, students may be eligible for university admission benefits.

Pupils study major subjects according to the university program, for admission to which they are preparing, and as a result of the study they pass exams. The AP program consists of courses in subject areas. Students choose several subjects from the proposed areas for advanced study.

Subjects are studied at the level of the first year of the university with the enrollment of study credits (points) based on the results of exams. Typically, students take exams in three or more disciplines. Recently, more and more universities around the world, including the UK, are accepting students based on the results of the Advanced Placement exams.

All students at the school are encouraged to complete at least one Advanced Placement course in grade 11 or 12. Students should select AP courses according to their academic strengths and interests.

ACCOMMODATION

The high school operates a system of 10 Homes (6 for full-time students, 4 for full-time students) named after former school principals and other prominent members of the school community. Boys and girls live in different houses.

SPORT

Trinity College School has a long tradition of school spirit and good sportsmanship. In sports, as in all activities, the school places an emphasis on staying true to yourself and showing respect for others. In addition to the health and physical education curriculum, the school offers collaborative curricula as a means of developing leadership, goal setting, teamwork, and healthy living.

Students have the opportunity to participate in the school sports team. The school offers 18 different sports and 46 sports teams.

Autumn semester:

  • Basketball - girls
  • Field hockey - girls
  • Football - boys
  • Cross - jointly
  • Football - boys

Winter semester:

  • Basketball - boys
  • Hockey - boys
  • Hockey - girls
  • Squash - jointly
  • Swimming - together
  • Volleyball - girls

Spring semester:

  • Badminton - jointly
  • Baseball - boys
  • Cricket - jointly
  • Golf - shared
  • Rowing - together
  • Rugby - boys
  • Rugby - girls
  • Football - girls
  • Tennis – jointly
  • Athletics - jointly

The Sports Department offers a recreational program that provides all students with the opportunity to engage in physical activity without competing. The Fall and Spring semester program consists of indoor and outdoor activities, fitness and pool activities. The winter period includes skiing and snowboarding, swimming pool and some outdoor activities, games.

ADDITIONAL CLASSES

The Departmentof Arts at Trinity College School strives to develop a creative learning environment to maximize the scope of the artistic experience for each student. The school values, supports and recognizes the importance of art as a necessary and vital component of a student's comprehensive education.

Studying the arts is one of the cornerstones of an excellent education and is the foundation for a rich and fulfilling life.

In addition to the academic program, a broad program of additional arts education is offered.

Creative activities offered by the school:

  • Autumn and winter school plays
  • Dance troupe
  • Wind instruments ensemble
  • Ensemble of stringed instruments
  • Jazz band
  • Drums
  • Guitar ensemble
  • Church Choir

Activity for Life program

  • Design
  • Pottery art
  • Oil painting
  • Dance club
  • Magic arts
  • Black and white photography
  • Ukulele orchestra
  • Discussion club
  • Makeup
  • Film production
  • Theater
  • And much more

The school continues its historical tradition of encouraging the art of debate. All high school students participate in the Debate program and are also active participants in extracurricular debate programs such as the Fulford League (made up of 19 schools) and the Ontario Student Discussion Union.

There are 3 Debate tournaments every year and the school sends 2 junior high school students and 2 high school students to each tournament. Debates may participate in a Fulford Event only once a year. The Ontario Student Discussion Union debates are held every spring at local and regional level. Throughout the year, high school students participate in a series of debates.

COST, 2023-2024

CAD 83,000 annually.

Included in cost

  • Teaching
  • Accommodation and meals

Extra paid

  • Registration fee – CAD $4,000
  • Deposit – CAD $6,000
  • Facilities access – CAD $1,250 (starting from the second year of study)
  • Materials and uniform – CAD $1,200-1,750
  • Insurance – approx. CAD $935 annually
  • Individual additional costs including: school shop, travel, private music lessons, tutoring, etc.
  • Flights
  • Transfers to / from the airport
  • Visa
  • Services of the company "Paradise"

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  • Selection of 5-6 schools that best meet the individual characteristics of the child, further goals, talents, with the desired environment. Help in the correct interpretation of school ratings, an explanation of why the school occupies one place or another. Help in obtaining reliable information about schools that are not included in the ratings, with an explanation of the reasons for non-participation in it.
  • Admission to 1-3 schools, selected from the proposed. Which includes the preparation of the necessary documents, school reports, characteristics, recommendations. Selection and submission of tests to prepare the student for exam testing, assistance in preparing essays. Preparation for an interview with the teacher / principal, registration for the exam. The necessary list of recommendations when attending school for passing entrance examinations. Correspondence with the school (far from all schools enter into correspondence with foreign parents, they are cautious about them, trust only to a trusted agent).
  • Assistance in paying registration fees, deposits, bills. Clarification of school rules, including disciplinary and legal aspects.
  • Filling out the required medical forms.

Student supervision during the first month of training is provided as a gift: assistance in resolving issues related to resettlement, billing, informing parents about the child’s health status, assistance with understanding of academic programs, organization of ext. classes for the child in a particular subject, help in choosing the program most suitable for the child, transfer to another class, etc.

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