Students at the Senior School can choose from more than 50 student-led clubs.
Speaking their mind: our debating and public speaking team has a strong reputation, and the Model United Nations (MUN) club has sent delegates to seminars and competitions in Toronto, at Yale University, and at the United Nations in New York.
Musical interludes: music includes wind and string ensembles, jazz and percussion ensembles and guitar clubs. Our ensembles compete at the Kiwanis Festival, MusicFest Canada and the Ontario Band Association, while individuals participate in the Canadian Independent Schools’ Music Festival.
Drama, dance and more: budding actors and dancers can participate in the school’s annual drama or musical, and older students have the opportunity to perform their original works at school and at festivals.
The annual Fashion Show and Dance Show, organized by students, showcase their creativity through design, movement and choreography. Both events raise funds for a non-profit in the community.
English And French Speaking Competitions: public speaking experiences include TFS’ annual Verse and Prose (English) and Art Oratoire (French) competitions; speakers also attend the national Poetry in Voice competition each year.
Journalists-in-training: students can write, submit photography and more while working for the school newspaper, Limited Edition, and the yearbook.
Math Contests: students in each grade level can practise for and write major national exams, including Gauss, Fryer, Galois, Hypatia, Euclid or Rallye Maths, and are frequently recognized for their strong standings.