Our castle is a place like no other - one that cultivates skills, ignites curiosity and brings your daughter into her own, whether she is an artist, an athlete, an intellectual, or a little of each. Capable and confident, our graduates are exceptional young women who know without question - their possibilities are endless.
The Trafalgar community believes strongly in the full development of our students. We offer opportunities in the arts, athletics, music, and clubs and with unique co-curricular activities such as robotics.
Your daughter participates in a community which instills a sense of discipline and respect for herself and others. Our students develop strong leadership skills and confidence that serve them for life. Our goal is to guide every girl to realize and reach her full potential.
With 140 years of education expertise, Trafalgar Castle School excels in educating young women for success in university. Selected from world-best curricula, our internationally acclaimed programmes provide an enriching learning environment for our community.
Our university preparatory courses and Advanced Placement Programme include structured assessments built into classes, ensuring that the materials covered are understood.
Our curriculum delivers more than just the promise of a university bound student - our curriculum readies students for university success.
Our alumnae are leaders in business, science, technology, the arts, and philanthropy. Our alumnae play a vital role in your daughter’s Trafalgar experience. Our alumnae are our best examples of Trafalgar success.
Among Trafalgar’s accomplished alumnae you will find:
- A Senior vice-president of a major Canadian financial institution
- A Producer of a long running, internationally renowned, stage musical
- The executive editor of an international distributed Canadian fashion magazine
- An Activist with a PhD in international human rights law
- An electrical engineer with a crown corporation fostering electricity generation in Ontario
2015 -2016 OPEN HOUSE DATES:
Saturday, February 6, 2016 - 10 a.m. to noon