Clubs & Activities

From Pre-Kindergarten (age3) through Grade 12 (Level V), TFS is dedicated to offering co-curricular activities and clubs that will interest and inspire our students no matter the age.

Students at La p’tite école can chose from activities that take place before school, after school and during the lunch hour, many conducted in French. These can include sports such as soccer, floor hockey, basketball and tennis instruction, or chess, violin and Spanish lessons.

The diversity and number of activities increase as children move up through the grades. In the Junior School, some of the more unique athletic offerings might include fencing, Ultimate Frisbee and inline skating, along with traditional sports like soccer. Artistic activities might incorporate cartooning and animation. Instruction in Spanish, Mandarin and Arabic is also offered.

Our West Campus conducts after school co-curriculars based on students' interests and demand. These have expanded to include year-long robotics and Mandarin instruction, as well as sports, arts and “So You Think You Can Dance Mississauga?”.  Another option is PlayLab for Grades 5 to 7, which combines creativity, engineering and design to allow students to create amusement parks, new sports or green machines.

The Senior School buzzes from the energy of all the activities that take place there on a daily basis. No one misses out on ClubFest, a fall fair held by all the clubs at the Senior School, each vying to add participants to its ranks. Over 30 clubs are available, including Outreach, iPhone applications developer club, Cave Records (our recording club), debating, the Globe environment club, Classics, Model UN, Radio TFS and Limited Edition (the student newspaper), to name just a few.

For those craving more music, the Senior School currently has six music clubs and ensembles for students to join, including choral, jazz, concert band, percussion and guitar.

Students will run out of time before they run out of fascinating activities to get involved with at our school.