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Board of Directors is seeking new members
Board of Directors is seeking new members
Posted: March 23

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The Board of Directors of Trafalgar Castle School is a hard-working and committed group of volunteers working for the best interests of the School.  The Board meets approximately ten times a year.  Members serve on the Board for a three-year term (which can be renewed for a maximum of two times).

 

If you are interested, or know of anyone who might have an interest, please submit the candidate form online and any supporting documents on or before March 31, 2017 to the Governance Committee.

NEWS

Register NOW for Trafalgar's Co-Ed Summer Day Camp
Register NOW for Trafalgar's Co-Ed Summer Day Camp
Posted: March 10

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Register NOW for the summer camp that has been making kid's summers since 1990.

For more information on the camp please CLICK HERE.

NEWS

Trafalgar to host first CIS Student Visual Arts Festival
Trafalgar to host first CIS Student Visual Arts Festival
Posted: March 6

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Trafalgar Castle School is excited to host the first Conference of Independent Schools (CIS) Ontario Student Visual Arts Festival in partnership with Station Gallery on Friday, April 21st. The one-day festival is open to Grade 10-12 CIS Visual Arts students and will provide them with the opportunity to connect with one another and showcase their work.

As our nation prepares for a year of 150th celebrations, the theme of the festival will focus on Canadian identity and what it means to be part of Canadian culture in 2017. Through studio workshops, artist talks, and a collaborative art-making experience students will focus on how this theme ties into artists’ development and their personal journey.

Students will be inspired by the work of contemporary Canadian artists specializing in the areas of drawing, painting, photography, bookwork, printmaking, and soundscape installation. For more information about the workshops and artists, please visit the website designed by Trafalgar Castle School’s Grade 11 student, Jessica W. HERE .

The festival starts at 8 a.m. and runs until 4 p.m. Registration is $50 per student, with a maximum of 10 students per school (should additional spots open up, schools will be contacted closer to the festival date). Register online today to reserve your spot! Space is limited. Lunch, refreshments, and shuttle bus included. Register HERE .

Be ready to explore your Canadian identity and personal journey. Questions? Email our faculty coordinators.   

April 14

Good Friday
Good Friday
April 14

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The school is closed today.

April 17

Easter Monday
Easter Monday
April 17

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The school office is open today.

Boarding opens at 1:00 p.m.

April 21

CIS Student Visual Arts Festival
CIS Student Visual Arts Festival
April 21

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Trafalgar Castle School is excited to host the first Conference of Independent Schools (CIS) Ontario Student Visual Arts Festival in partnership with Station Gallery on Friday, April 21st. The one-day festival is open to Grade 10-12 CIS Visual Arts students and will provide them with the opportunity to connect with one another and showcase their work.

As our nation prepares for a year of 150th celebrations, the theme of the festival will focus on Canadian identity and what it means to be part of Canadian culture in 2017. Through studio workshops, artist talks, and a collaborative art-making experience students will focus on how this theme ties into artists’ development and their personal journey.

Students will be inspired by the work of contemporary Canadian artists specializing in the areas of drawing, painting, photography, bookwork, printmaking, and soundscape installation. For more information about the workshops and artists, please visit the website designed by Trafalgar Castle School’s Grade 11 student, Jessica W. HERE .

The festival starts at 8 a.m. and runs until 4 p.m. Registration is $50 per student, with a maximum of 10 students per school (should additional spots open up, schools will be contacted closer to the festival date). Register online today to reserve your spot! Space is limited. Lunch, refreshments, and shuttle bus included. Register HERE .

Be ready to explore your Canadian identity and personal journey. Questions? Email our faculty coordinators.