Trafalgar Castle is an Independent Day and Boarding School for Girls, Offering Gr. 5 to 12.

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Trafalgar Castle is an Independent Day and Boarding School for Girls, Offering Gr. 5 to 12.

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School Life Updates

NEWS

Summer 2014 issue of Castle has just been published.
Summer 2014 issue of Castle has just been published.
Posted: August 27

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Click here to read the latest issue of Castle.

NEWS

2014-2015 school calendar available online now!
2014-2015 school calendar available online now!
Posted: August 27

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The 2014 - 2015 school year calendar is now available on our website.

Click here to view the calendar.

NEWS

"She didn't find the Castle, the Castle found her, literally".
Posted: August 27

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"There is something to be said about a girl and her Castle." 

Alumna, Laurel Anderson, Class of 1986 has recounted how Trafalgar Castle helped save her life.   Click here to read Laurel's article.

September 1

Labour Day
Labour Day
September 1

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Labour Day

September 2

Boarders Move-in Day
Boarders Move-in Day
September 2

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Boarders Move-in Day

September 3

Registration Day
Registration Day
September 3

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Registration Day Held on the first Wednesday after the Labour Day weekend, Registration Day marks the first day of school for all students.  Students arrive at the School at their grade’s designated time to pick up their timetable, pre-ordered textbooks and receive their locker assignments (Grade 7+).  New students also have a scheduled orientation session as well as the ‘Out of the box’ event where students receive an introduction along with their ordered laptops. 

On registration day, neat, casual attire is appropriate for students. On Thursday and Friday of that week, students wear Number 2 dress (kilt, blouse, and optional sweater/vest). Students are required to wear Number 1 dress (Kilt, blouse, tie, and blazer) on the following Monday and the first school day of each week thereafter, as well as other designated Number 1 dress days as referenced on the School calendar.

REGISTRATION DAY SCHEDULE
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD, 2014

All students will receive timetables and will pick up their pre-ordered textbooks on registration day.  This will be accomplished by a staggered schedule for the day as indicated below.  In addition, new students will participate in orientation assemblies designed to provide them with important information about the school, its staff as well as rules and procedures.

Grades 5, 6, 7 & 8:
9:00 a.m.:   New student orientation assembly in the Chapel
9:30 a.m.:    Timetable pick-up, pre-ordered textbook (10:00 AM) and pre-ordered laptop pick-up for all students in these grades.

Grade 9, 10, 11 & 12:
11:00 a.m.:    New student orientation assembly in the Chapel
11:30 a.m.:   Timetable pick-up, pre-ordered textbook and pre-ordered laptop pick-up for all students in these grades.

Students are asked to come for orientation, timetable and pre-ordered textbook pick-up only at the specified times for the different grades (as indicated above).  You may pick up your pre-ordered laptop in the Project Room during the day. Co-operation in this regard will help these procedures go smoothly.

REGISTRATION ROOMS

Students will pick up their timetables, in the following rooms before proceeding to the gym to pick-up their pre-ordered textbooks:

9:30 a.m.:
Room 3 – Gr. 5
Room 5 – Gr. 6
Room 4 – Gr. 7
Room 2 – Gr. 8
              
11:30 a.m.:  
Library - Gr. 9 to 12

Laptop pickup is in the Project Room