Series consists of eight (8) documents relating to Trinity College School. (1) Co-Education at T.C.S. - A report on co-education at T.C.S that was sent to the School family. (2) The Trinity Tomorrow Campaign - a newsletter that was produced in the fall of 1990 that provides updates about the Capital Campaign, the ground breaking ceremonies for the new life science/computer science wing, information regarding the Master Development Plan, and a list of T.C.S donors (3) T.C.S News, the Official Publication of the Convocation of Trinity College - produced in April of 1976 (vol. 20, no.3) the publication discusses: no radon threat at the school, the new chancellor (Conrad F. Harrington), the exchanges between schools, scholarships, the bunty tottenham memorial, the ladies guild, science teaching at t.c.s., a report titled "Will We Welcome A Nation of Button-Pushers?", Howie Meeker Hockey School, 5th form visit, "Old Boy's Notes", founders day 1976, deaths, Bigside Basketball Report, an article titled "Parents and Friends," upcoming events, squash tournament, alpine ski team, cross country ski team, marriages, boulden house, Canadian Ski Marathon, the Bill Strong Memorial Trophy, Bigside Hockey , photographic exhibition and parent's weekend. (4) A letter that the headmaster (Angus Post?) will put off his retirement for one extra year in order to find a successor (5 May 1982), (5) A report of progress on the "Assignment - The '80s). Included in this a description of the project (Boulden House in disrepair), the campaign, a fund report, implementation of the building and rennovation program, construction and the rennovation program. (6) A letter to the T.C.S family informing them that a new headmaster had been appointed (Rodger Wright) (4 November 1982) (7) A letter informing the T.C.S. family (27 September 1990) that a vote had approved the admission of girls to T.C.S beginning in September 1991. (8) A clipping from "Little Tales of Port Hope" by W. Arnot Craick about John A. MacDonald's Visit to Port Hope and Trinity College.