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Our first chapel theme 'This is Traf' is led by our Grade 12 student leaders the Prefects. Each of this week's chapel will include different aspects of A Day In The Life of a Trafalgar Girl. The Prefects will welcome the student body and explain the traditions, policies and practices that make Trafalgar unique and enable each girl to experience school life to its fullest.
'This is Traf' - From laptops to uniforms, from social events to leadership opportunities, from dining hall procedures and etiquette to Houses. There's a lot to cover but it gives students a general introduction to Trafalgar as they start their year.
Opening Day at Ontario Ladies' College, 1874
On this day in 1874 the Castle first opened its doors as Ontario Ladies’ College. “September 3 1874 dawned dark and gloomy, but the town of Whitby was gayly decorated with flags and bunting for the auspicious occasion – The official opening of Ontario Ladies’ College” (Vox Collegii Centennial edition).
To mark the School’s celebratory 140th anniversary, we will be sharing more fun facts, photos, history, and tidbits about our great Castle, school, and home every Thursday as part of our Throwback Thursdays series.
Parents’ Guild Reception (P)
Hosted by the Parents’ Guild, this Reception is a social opportunity for parents to get together prior to the events of Curriculum Night.
Curriculum Night (P)
Spend a day in your daughter’s shoes! Parents/Guardians follow your daughter’s/ward’s timetable, meet the teachers and receive an overview of your daughter’s curriculum for the year. Stop by the Parents’ Guild Reception prior to the start of the evening to meet other parents/guardians.