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Just this past weekend our Trafalgar rowing team competed in a regatta in Barrie, Ontario.
The girls worked hard as the sun shined down and the wind on the lake blew a cool breeze.
Well done to all!
Good luck at your regatta this weekend coming.
May Queen, Allison (centre), and her Counsellors, Natasha (left) and Malak (right)
The sun was shining brightly this past Saturday at our annual May Court Festival.
With over 600 people in attendance, it was an amazing way to celebrate our 140th anniversary.
There was international food, a lemonade stand, games, a dunk tank, wagon rides, Zoo to You, and a vintage photo booth. That is just a small list of what those in attendance got to experience at this year's event.
We want to thank all those who were involved in making May Court Festival an amazing success, a job well done!!!
To view more photos from the event CLICK HERE.
On May 24th 1907 the students first voted to elect a May Queen who represented the moral and spiritual values of the College. The student selected was Anna (Harley) Grobb.
The May Court tradition continues…join us this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. to witness the official crowning of our 108th May Queen, Allison and her counsellors Malak and Natasha.
For more information on this weekend's May Court Festival click here.
Our Grad Tea is a high tea hosted by the Alumnae Association at the end of the school year. It is an official welcome to their newest members – the graduating class. Parents and Guardians of the graduates, Board members, faculty, staff and alumnae all gather to congratulate the graduates and encourage them to sustain their relationship with the School.
Triathlon/Track & Field Day