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Completed in 1862 and praised as the largest private detached mansion on the continent, Trafalgar Castle took three years and $70,000 to build. For 14 years, the Castle housed Sheriff Reynolds, his two wives (his first wife passed away) and their 24 children. When Reynolds was forced to sell his castle due to financial difficulties in 1874, he sold it to the United Methodist Church for $35,000 and it was converted into a finishing school for young women - known as The Ontario Ladies’ College (OLC). OLC officially changed its name to Trafalgar Castle School in 1979.
Today, Trafalgar Castle School educates and empowers young women with enriched academic and co-curricular programs preparing them for university and life in a complex, changing world.
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.