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Head Prefects 


Kristin Anderson 




Roddy i'm-zner 


Prefects 


Mara Berzins 




Megan Dersnah 




Fraser Pollard 




Ian Mathicson 


Heads of Houses 




Bi'tlimu' 


Alex Convers 


Bicklc 


Nick Brennan 


Brent 


Jesse Wootton 


Burns 


Melanie Clarke 


Hodgetts 


Andrew Tirelli 


Ketclium 


Sam Currie 


Orcliard 


Dylan Johnston 


Rigby 


Laura Trim 


Scott 


Britta Towle 


Wright 


Jessica Dodd 




Teniilola Sobowale 


Head Sacristan 


Alex Nuttall 


Head of Debating 


Sarah W arren 





Editor-in-Chief 


Temilola Sobow ale 


Co-Editors 


Sam W'itlmer 




Jennifer Williams 


Assistant Editors 


Shalini Aggarwal 




Rishi Bhargava 




Ben Glassco 




Tim Kraumanis 




Diana Newman 




Jean-Marc Pre\ost 




Rebecca Rowen 




Brenna Swift 




Laura Trim 




Meaghan Wilcox 


Staff Ad\ isor 


Mr. Grandfield 


Fundraising 


Kristin Anderson 




Megan Dersnah 


Photography 


Lesley Fong 




Timotliv Kraumanis 




Rebecca liowen 




Mr. Wright 






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CONTEITS 



Title Page. 



Tributes 6 



Student Life 13 



Sports 35 



Arts. 



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Houses 95 



Grads 121 



Speech Day. 153 








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l>in Aiuliisoii 


Chaplain 


l)ix'v\ Allot! 


I-xononiics & Bickle HM 


John Amlfi-st)!! 


Head ot'Sik'nce 


Tiiii Ayotto 


Computer Studies & Social Science 


Tyk'r fiiik'v 


Junior S<lux>l 


Lc'-slio liiiitoii 


Dr<inia & Stxial Science 


fanya Ikvk 


Atliletic 'Hierapist & Righy HM 


Barbiira Bmiigii 


S(xial Siience & Scott Asst. HM 




Y'J Ccxinlinator 


Alice Bmw 11 


Mathematics 


Danii'k'Dimiont \ii\ 


wn Junior Sch(x)l 


Da\ id Bii)\\ 11 


Head ofMathematics 


Mirlit'l Camcmii 


Langiiages & Oirluuil HM 


Aiibivy Chi'ist 


English'^ Ketchum AssL HM 


Giuitiiev Christ 


Social Science 


Kelly Cl^k 


Asscxiate Facultv 


Angle Collins 


PHE & Ketchum Asst. HM 


Jean Comeaii 


Assix-iate I'^Kiilty 


Adiuii de Pencier 


Dean of'FacultVLS: I^mguages 


Pain Dew 


Head of Englisli 


Michael DuHroy 


English 
Junior Scli(X)l 


Alison Elliott 


Paul Elsley 


Dean ofAcatlemics & Social Science 


Steph Feddeiy 


Science ^; Wright HM 


Pat Foixlycc 


Asscxiatt' I'acult}- 


Bruce Cinindtield 


English 


Andrew Gregg 


Art 


MartHackett" 


Associate Faculty 


Caniplx'll Hall 


Social Sc-ience & Brent HM 


Suzanne Haniilton 


Spanish & Scott HM 


Josh Hamilton 


English 


Rachel Hmds 


Laiiguages & liigby .\sst. HM 


Tim Hay 


PHE ' ' " 


Da\id Havter 


Mathematics & Bickle Asst HM 


Brian Heclney 


ChemisOT 


Renee Hillier 


Heail ofScxial Science 




Wright Asst. HM 


Greg Hodges 


Languages 


Rob Hollett 


Science 


Neil Hunter 


Junior School & Senior School Music 


Da\e Ingram 


Social Science & Bethune Asst. HM 


Lois Jackson 


Director of Arts & Music 


Keara Jakic 


Mathematics 




Director of Student .\cti\ities 


Peter Kedwell 


Guidance 


Blair Keiser 


Computer Science & Bethune HM 


Andrea Kelly 


Social Science & Burns Asst. HM 


Bruce Keyes 


As.sociate Director of Admissions 





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ClocU\vi,sf from top left: 

S^iita got Mr. MiKeixlu'r a special 
pnscnt llii.s Cliri.stmas. 
Who da man? I'm da man! 
Satanic" Mills aliout to spcalv 
uord.s of wi.sdom. 
[■"it Tce rugby coaclies. prc-Beamisli 
Who's watching the babyl? 
Its thcl(K)k... 

Nh'. Reid's not in tlu- pool?? 
Little known fait: Traiigs sleeps 
with a camera, \est and Birks, too. 




Clockwise from top left: 

II.- strong sik'iit t^'pes, 
Mr. Hollett reading GO for ti 
Just wait 'til lie breakdances. 
TCS' French rock star. 
.As Mr. Taylor gets caught up in 
Ills calculations for the .sixth time, 
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.Mr. Hunter pretends to listen as he 

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Ivatliy Laliraiulic 


Director of Admissions 


Toiii Langtoitl 


Mathematics 


I'.laiiu' I^arge 


Knglish 


Koss Large 


English c\ Hodgetts ILM 


l'\ati Lcgakis 


Director of (Juidance 


.\Iaigarcl Long 


Associate Faculty 


(iail'Mak'nfaiit 


E.S.L 


Sam Marriott 


Science 


l-.rin Mf.Mc't'iian 


Associate Faculty 


Don McC'ord 


Senior Master & Latin 


Cory Mi'Kerclier 


Social Science & OrchanI Asst. 1 l.M 


.linnit'cr Mcnzit-s 


Associate Faculty 


Laura Miller 


Director of Acadmic Sujjj^ort 


Rantly Mills 


Choir & Organist & Bells Director 


Ste\ e Murray 


Junior School 


Ange Murray 


Burns HM 


Carolyn OgiK ie 


Associate Faculty 


.\nne O'Regan 


Mathematics 


Melis.sa Pain 


Science 


Ron Parker 


Head of Fine Arts & Music 


.lennifer Paziiik 


Dean of Student Services 


Brock Phillip.s 


Junior School 


Barbara Piccini 


Head of Junioi- School 


.lennifer Powles 


Head of PHE 


Colin Powles 


Junior School 


I'eggy Poynton 
Bod Ramsay 


Junior School 


Head of Computer Studies 


John ReitI 


Science 


.lennifer Reid 


Junior School 


Nicolene Robert 


Science 


Chris Robert 


Social Science 


Robert Smith 


Social Science & Library 


Mike Ste\-ens 


Mathematics 


Shannon Stewart 


Associate Faculty 


Harry Stooshinoff 


Art 


Lam-en Taylor 


Mathematics 


Scott Taylor 


Science 


Larry Thornton 


Head of Languages 


Sue Traugott 


Ketchum HM 


Rick Traugott 
Mike Vanterwal 


Computer Studies 


Science & Betlume Asst. HM 


Bill Walker 


Drama 


Ian Watt 


Dean of Students & English 


Tim White 


Director of Athletics 


Da\ id Wills 


French & Science & FY Coordinator 


Mamie Worboy 


Librarian 


Louise Wright 
Rodger WYight 


Guidance Counsellor 


Headmaster 




Mr. Elsley's tribute to Mr. Wriglit on Speech Day, June 18th, 2004 

What should be said about a man who lias Ird, sujiportt'd and nuituivd TC'S tor twcnty-onr distinguisht'd yi'ars? 
Such a daunting tasi\ is not easilv |HTt'ornu'd in a tew short ininutrs on stagv at a partirular inouR'nl in tinic. 1 
will offer some personal reflections momentarily, liowtxcr, oni' must sampk' the testimonials of parents, the 
ol)ser\ ations of colleagues, aiul the heart-felt reflections of tlu' students, in order to truly appiiriate Rodger 
Wright, beloved Headmaster of Trinity College School. 

Parents, from all o\ er the globe, ha\ e entrusted the care of their sons and daughters to Rodger and his team. 1 low 
iliflicult a hand-otV this must be across lumdirds and thousands of miles and yet how reassured |xu-ents ciuiekly 
were, on those flrst days in September, w ith the |)ledge made by Rodger to them. Normunds and Ingrid Berzins, 
whose son Erik graduated in '_'()()! and whose daughter Mara is one of the leaders of the class of 'i(K)l-, stated 
that "in the past se\en year.s, we ha\e grow n to know and I'espect Mr. Wright as a person and a headmaster, anti 
we ha\e admired his stewardship. His "hands on' aj)|iroach, his accessibility, his personal interest in the students, 
fi, and his \ ision for the school ha\e been exemplary" Richard Oatway, father to Michael, Mary, .lames, Jamie and 

^^_ Andrew notes that his sons and daughters "were afforded the opportunity to observe an energetic, intelligent 
person enthusiastically engage in his profession. They saw flrst hand the high standards he set for himself and were 
therefore moti\ ated to meet the high standards he set for them. His children were w itness to a man w ho managed 
^^^ to make an institution rele\ ant and \ ital in the present w hile mindful, respectful and grateful for its past." 

The faculty are equally effusive in their praise. On becoming an honorary Old Boy last fall. Dean de Pencier 
applauded Rodger Wright for his "indefatigable work ethic." .\t the Junior School closing yesterday, Mrs. Piccini 
i) reflected on Rodger's "compassion for students, his genuine friendship for everyone in the TCS family, and his 
Q^ commitment to making Trinity College School a very special place to work antl li\e." Wally Hobbs, a former 
teacher, noted "the immense respect in which Rodger is held in the conmumity he ser\es so faithfully." One 
current member of the facidty states that "Rodger's genuine desire to see every student succeed, his compassion 
for everyone at the school, and his love of TCS shines through e\ery decision he makes. Trinit}' College School 
is a \ibrant and caring community as it reflects our Head." 

The words of thanks and celebration from students, past and present, are the most compelling. Tim Magwood, 
Class of '88, recognizes in Rodger a Headmaster "that allowed and encouraged students to tap into and explore 
their true potential." Dan Taylor, Class of '.91, claims emphatically that Rodger's "leadership, service and, 
above all, kindness have definitely served as an example to me, and to many others." Katherine Powell, class of 
'97, admits that "You were like a second father to me. Standing behind me, believing I could achieve anything 
1 wanted to, as long as I did my best to achieve it." Caroline Macfarlane, class of 'O.'J, and her classmates in 
Classical Civilization equated Rodger with the contemporary version of Aristotle's "CJreat Souled Man." 
The most common tribute, not surprisingly, involved both names and pizzas. Most often these students could 
not believe their misfortune that the Headmaster knew them l)y name. More importantly, though, he knew 
them personally and he took the time in each and e\ery case to ofler words of praise and comfort. Rodger 




W'liglu lias inspired tliciii to siitcet'cl in (.'clucatioii and iliri\f in lite. 

1 ha\e hrc'ii Iiii'kv I'noiigh to haw woikcd tor Kodgcr Wright at TCS sinrc I9S,"». Wlu'ii I was hired, tliere uere 
no girls and tewer than tinrty da\' students. That year, .seven new taeiilty were hireil, in ^'ear Two of the Rodger 
Wright era, and it is a testament to him that tonr of us remain nineteen years later. 'l"he fact that I did not actually 
meet the I leadmastei- tiie day of my inter\ iew is not surprising. 1 le has the utmost faith in liis team and he trusts 
their judgement implicitly. Tlie following year, lie promoted me to the Headship of the History department, at the 
tender age of 26. Perhaps he drew upon his own e\|H'rience as a youthtul Headmaster in doing so. At any rate, 
it inspired in me such ctintldence and k)valtv. It is in the last six years, as Dean of Academics, operating out of 
the otFice next tloor, that I ha\e truly come to know, befriend and appreciate Rodger Wright. When I arri\e for 
work shortly after T:(K) am, Rodger is half way through his morning work-out in tlie weight room, or, as he was 
this morning, out on the Trinity Harrier trail. When I liaxe rim out of steam and ha\e retired tor the evening, 
the Headmaster is often still in his office, answering late night phone calls and occasionally chatting up a student 
w ho happens by. The pleasm-e of coming to work each day for many of us is in large measure a reflection of the 
community that Rodger Wright has created. 



Alumni from the 60s, 70s and 80s, upon their return to TCS in times more recent, hardly recognize TCS. The ^^^ 
adxent of co-education, patronage of the arts on an equal footing with atliletics, the wholesale integration of * 
technology into the curriculimi, the transformation of the plant and campus, the growth of the student body w itli 
both its local and international tla\ our, the celebration of student achievement, the commitment to a professional ^ 
and caring faculty and staff, and the reintroduction of a thri\ ing Junior School have all occurred on Rodger <f^^ 
Weight's watch. How's that for a legacy! 



My colleagues and I cannot thank you enough. Headmaster, for your outstanding leadership, your wonderful 
example, your relentless focus on the betterment of this community and your unsw er\ ing faith in the capabilities i^^l 
of your staff and students. Please know that it has been an honour for us to ha\e served w ith antl for \ou. "" 




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Mr. Wright's tribute to Mr. & Mrs. Hall on Speech Day, June 18th, 2004 

Su/.v Hall is lca\ inij; TCS this vcar because she has to go out west witii Campbell. We tried to com iiiee her to 
stav behiiul, ami had her leaning that way, but eventually she came to grips with the reality that Campbell would 
be hopeless on his own - so, as a hunianitarian gesture, she is going. 

W'e will miss Campbell but we will really miss Suzy. She first came to us ten years ago as a Science Teacher and 
lea\es with a significant legacy as an exemplary Department Head, an Ad\isor in demand, a resourceful Coach 
aiul (as we know) a crucial caretaker for Campbell (theme here). She has been a wonderful colleague and friend 
to us all, able to pull disparate threads of the science world together in a lun \\ ay and offer teachers and students 
engaging and inspiring leadersiiip. Suzy is passionate about science and science education; she has presented 
at CIS Adventures in Curricidimi and attended the Siinuiier Institute at Columbia University's Klingengstein 
Institute, and is currently working on her M.Ed, at Oueens. She is also passionate about family and the sight of 
her taking Angu.s, (rraham, Zoey, and Campbell for walks around campus, is seared into our psyche forever. She 
has given this conununity so much happiness and loveliness, and really touched us all in an unforgettable way. 







Campbell Hall graduated from the finest Independent Scliool in Canada in 1989 and graduates again today. 
When he left TCS 15 years ago, he was a proud Burns Bo}' (Woolly Manuiioth), a Prefect, and winner of the Jim 
.McMuUen Award for "honour, friendship and high endeavour" - time has reinforced and ripened tlie suitability 
of those descriptions. After his undergrad, he returned to TCS as a Junior Master and, thankfully for us, stayed 
until St. Michael's University School in BC cle\ erly recruited him to show them iiow to rim a first-class boarding 
programme - something he w ill do, but he will do much more! While at Trinity, Campbell has been a popular 
teacher of Social Sciences, a demanding and proficient Rugby Coach, and a nuich beloved Housemaster in Brent. 
It is in this latter capacity that his sterling character and winning affinity with young people have shone forth. 
He has also distinguished himself in the area of service and has been cited often and affectionately by Port Hope 
and Cobourg ofVicials for his amazing leadership in Big Brothers. Just last year, he and Suzie co-chaired the 
United Way Campaign in Northumberland County and broke all records for money raised and fun in doing it. 
Campbell's leaving this year is especially poignant for me because Campbell and I started our Trinity ad\ enture 
together in 198.'3 as New Boys, only I was Headmaster and he was in Grade S. We both didif t ha\e a clue what to 
do, or how this School would change our lives so significantly. Now, twenty-one j-ears later, I am still Headmaster 
and Campbell has become a much lo\'ed Housemaster, an exemplary father and husband and man of uncommon 
integrity and inner joy. You know Campbell kindly contributed to a book given to me from students and staff, 
and wrote a page on the 50 things that he had learned from me in our years together There should ha\e been 
5 1 - learned to exaggerate, but nexertheless I w as deeply touched by his generous list. He told me just last week 
in Osier Hall that #50 was the most important - and so I looked it up and it read "Leave every place in a better 
condition than when you arrived" - I don't know if I taught liini that, l)ut it's certainly a lesson he has taken to 
heart, and he leaves this community a far richer and more humane place because of his life here. He should be 
gi\ en the adult version of the Jim McMullen Award, but all we can give him now is our resounding gratitude for 
his devotion to this School and his friendship to us all. 



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Mr. Wright's tribute to Mr. McCord on Speech Day, June 18th, '2004 



Tlie Senior .Master shoilu'il us all wluii hi' tliiiilcd to take early retireiiuiil. Wlieii I aiinoiinied it to the students in 
ehapel about a month ago, there was pal|>ahle sadness in the student body. The younger students weredi.sa])|K)inted 
ihat tlu\ would not iwvvl the famous Mr. MeC'ord in tlu' ilassroom; many students who had been switched on 
to Classics by Sciuintis Maximus himself felt like the heart of this discijiline was lea\ing TC'S; and finally, ne.\t 
year's Prefects were (.listurbed that the punch-line to their skits was gone - no more "Mr. McC'ord gets the girl." 
The students' emotions were indicatix e of the wonderful admiration and affection that students ha\e always had 
for Don McCord. Des|)ite the fact that they were all "CJreasy Losers" in his mind, I think Donnie's real genius was 
his unri\ ailed connection to students. He has not only capti\ated, fascinated, and insulted generations of them, 
but almost single-handedly kept Classics ali\e at TCS into the 'iT' century - and I tell you, that this fact alone 
lias gone a long way towards making us the en\y of Canadian Independent Schools. Higiit back to Sir William 
Osier's days. Classics have been such a solid, integral part of our liberal curriculum, and Donnie .McCord has 
been a mar\ elloiis stew ard of that important curricular tradition. Don McCord has also coached Cricket at TCS 
for eons and introduced the joys of "leather on w illow" to girls back in 1992. It is so good for cricket and for our 
community that every spring now, Donnie w ill return to coach the first XI until, as he says "he falls oft" dead 
from his shooting stick." So all of you, and 3'our brother and sister alunmi, and all his friends on the faculty will 
be able to reconnect with this marvellous man annually and recall with respect and some w himsy, the sage and 
significant contribution to this School of our Senior Master Emeritus, Don McCord. 



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New Student t un & (jame.s...Bear I- air... Halloween. ..uxiom l up...nemi-r(>rmai... vaieniiiif s L»ay...v.iiariijf L/iiiiici...ru»};"<" i> w" 

01ynipics...Swim Trip...Jainaica Self"-Help...Rugby Tour...Lx)ntlon Bell.s Trip...Ne\v Student Fun & Ganie.s...Bear Fair...llallowe. 
Cup...Senii-Formal...Valentines Da)...Cliarity Dinner. .Hogwart.s Dinner... House Olympics...Swiin Trip. .Jamaica Si-lf-Help...Kuj;l)y lour.. 
London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Ganie.s...Bear Fair...Halloween...Oxf{)rd Cup...Senii-Fi)rinal...Valentines Day..Cliarity Dinner... 
Hogwarts Dinner... House 01ynipics...Swiin Trip...Janiaica Selt-Help...Kugby Tour...London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Ganies...Bear 
Fair...Halloween...Oxford Cup...Senii-Formal...Valentines Day..Cliarity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01yinpics...Swini Trip.. Jainaii; 
Selt-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Ganie.s...Bear Fair..Hallowcen...Oxtbrd Cup...Senii-Fornial...Valentine'.- 
Day.. Charity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. Hou.se 01ynipics...Swini Trip...Janiaica Self-Help...Uugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student 
Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween...Oxford Cup...Senii-Forn)al...Valentines Day...Cliarity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House Olympics... 
Swim Trip...Jamaica Seir-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Game.s...Bear Fair..Halloween...Oxt"ord Cup...Semi- 
Formal...Valentines Day..Cliarity Dinner..Hogw arts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Swim Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bell: 
Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween...Oxfbrd Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day...Cliarity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner. 
House 01ympics...Swim Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween.. 
Oxford Cup... Semi-Formal. ..Valentines Day..Charity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Swim Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugi)y 
Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween...Oxford Cup...Semi-Fornial... Valentine's Day..Charity Dinner. 
Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Swim Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Beai 
Fair..Halloween... Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal... Valentine's Day...Charity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Sw im Trip...Jamaici 



Self-Help.. .Rugby Tour. .London B 
Da}-... Charity Dinner. .Hogwarts D: 
Fun & Games.. .Bear Fair..Hallowet 
Swim Trip.. .Jamaica Self-Help.. .Ru; 
Formal. ..Valentine's Day.. .Charity I 
Trip...New Student Fun & Games...! 
House Olympics.. .Swim Trip.. .Jam; 
Oxford Cup... Semi-Formal. ..Valenti 
Tour. .London Bells Trip...New Stuc 
Hogw arts Dinner.. House Olympic 
Fair. .Halloween. ..Oxford Cup.. .Sen 
Self-Help... Rugby Tour. .London B 
Da)'.. .Charity Dinner. .Hogwarts D; 
Fun & Games... Bear Fair..Hallowet 
Swim Trip... Jamaica Self-Help... Ru; 
Formal. ..Valentine's Day.. .Charity I 



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"I ha\e no trouble with my enemies. I can take 
care of my enemies in a tight. But my friends, 
my goddamned friends, they're the ones who 
keep me walking the floor at nights! 
Warren Harding 



)rd Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's 
r... London Bells Trip.. .New Studen 
)gwarts Dinner.. House Olympics., 
lir.. Halloween. ..Oxford Cup...Semi- 
If-Help... Rugby Tour. .London Belli 
rharity Dinner. .Hogwarts Dinner. 
& Games.. .Bear Fair. .Halloween., 
im Trip.. .Jamaica Selt-Help...Rugb3 
...Valentine's Da)'...Charity Dinner. 
..New Student Fun & Games...Beai 
use Olympics.. .Swim Trip...Jamaicc 
)rd Cup.. .Semi-Formal... Valentine's 
r...London Bells Trip...New Studeni 
)gwarts Dinner.. House Olympics., 
lir.. Hallow een...Oxford Cup...Semi- 
lf-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bell-, 



rrip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair. . Hallow een...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day..Charity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. 
House 01ympics...Swim Trip... Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween... 
Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal... Valentine's Day..Charity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Sw im Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby 
rour..London Bells Trip...Nevv Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair. . Hallow een...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day..Charity Dinner.: 
Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Swim Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & GaiTies...Bear 
Fair..Halloween...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day...Charity Dinner. .Hogw arts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Swim Trip...Jamaicj 
Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine'! 
Day..Charity Dinner..Hogvvarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Sw im Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Studeni 
Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day..Charity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House Olympics..^ 
Swim Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair. . Hallow een...Oxford Cup...Semi- 
Formal...Valentine's Day...Charity Dinner..Hogw arts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Swim Trip...Jamaica Selt-Help... Rugby Tour..London Bells 
Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day..Charity Dinner..Hogw arts Dinner.. 
House 01ympics...Swim Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween... 
Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day...Charity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Swim Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby 
Tour.London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day..Charity Dinner.. 
Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Swim Trip... Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear 
Fair..Halloween...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentines Day..Charity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Sw im Trip...Jamaica 
Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair. . Hallow een...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day.. 
Charity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Swim Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun 
& Games...Bear Fair..Halloween...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day...Cliarity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Swim 
rrip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip...New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Hallow een...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal... 
Valentine's Day. .Charity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Sw im Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip... 
New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween...Oxford Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day..Charity Dinner..Hogw arts Dinner.. House 
01ympics...Swim Trip...Jaipaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour..London Bells Trip... New Student Fun & Games...Bear Fair..Halloween...Oxford 
Cup...Semi-Formal...Valentine's Day..Charity Dinner..Hogwarts Dinner.. House 01ympics...Swim Trip...Jamaica Self-Help...Rugby Tour 



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Back row (1 to r): M. Bt-rziiis. F. Pollard. M Dersiiali. 1. 
^Iatl!it'^orI 

Front row (1 to r): K Anderson, Mr. Wright, R. Purzner 





Back row (1 to r): M. Carton, J. Morrison, G. Biggar, ,\1 
GentUs, P. Dixon. W Frascr, S. Tliomas, R. Dickinson, S. 
Warren, J. Dodd 

Front row (1 to r): D. Johnston. .1. W'ootton, A. Tirelli, N. 
Brcnnan, k. Conyers, Mr. Wright, L. Trim. B. Towle, M. 
Clarke. S Ciirrie. T S<ibowale 




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Back row (1 to r); V \aii lucluii. H, Koucii, K. Wilcox. S 
Warren, M. Wall. U. Sclicll. A. Kclami.s. .1. McKaclinie, D. 
Kwaii. B. Swift, IC. |-"<)ster, A. Maclsaac 

Middle Row (1 to r): .1 Hakkcr. 1 Matliicson. B. Miinson. J. 
Morrison. T. Sobowalc. K. IVlsise-Rcgpi-rs. B. Glassco, .A. 
Trivccli, C. Selljy, S. .Martin. S. Bosy. .1. Ka\andcr, A. Wilson, 
.1 Williams, S. Swift, M. Mitclu-U. A. Bircliall, I). Piccini. H. 
Bliarga\a, Mr, Wright 

Front row (1 to r): D. (Jarcia. L. Fong, A. .Matliieson, K. 
Frackow iak, D. Newman, A. Tirelli, C Shaw. Mrs. LaBraiidie, 
.Mr Keyes, T. Ngnvfi, B. Tow !c, \ Frackow iak. M. Cliurch- 
rnaii. M. Savaria. K. Pandit 





Back row (1 to r): J. Charters. L. Sand.s. J. .Mnrrisdii. (i, 
Baink. C. Vue. L. Kaphael. S. Widmcr 

Middle row (1 to r): Father Don. .Mrs. Orton, C. Bannernian. 
.1. McCraeken.J. Carfagnini. J. McFachnie. S. Yalkezian. M. 
Trott. Mr, Wright 

Front row (1 to r): K, Walker. H, Kelly C, Shaw. S, Pctro. 
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Back row (1 to r): Mr. Conieau. Ms. Stewart, D. Kclly- 
iiian, J- Baxter, E. Pelsise-Reggers, A. Camrii. Ms. Haiuls. 
Mr \\'ris;ht 

Front row (1 to r): K. Ritchie, N. Issar, C Park, K Pandit, 
.\ Kashyap, J. Charters, J. Ng 





E STUDEITS 



Back row (1 to r): C. Rolierts, C, Martin, (,'. Sage. C 
Phmimer. J. Kiirtze. J. Bernbeck, K. Pink 

Middle row (1 to r): Father Don, R llorclern-Gihhings, 
K Tliorpe, N Tiiorpe, J. Brown, MrW'nght 

Front row (1 to r): L. Conbrongh, \' Coraihni, K. Burne. 
NK Morgan, L. Wheatlev. T. Ndehele. A. Flavell 




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Back row (I to r): Mr (ii .iniltirlil. I Matliu-MUi, C lliimv, 
U. hcllvnian, U- Siksav, N, Bri-niiaii, L, Cjrt--iclie. J W'orek. 
Mr. Wi-ight 

Front row (1 to r): S. Warren, .1. Frostad. J. Williams, M. 
Ilaijibrotk, D, CJarcia, B. Munson 



SACEIST 





Back row (1 to r): Father Don, ¥.. Foster, D. Kim. A. Niittali, 
I> l\\\an, G. Cecil-Cockwell, Mr. Wright 
Front row (1 to r): H. Salmani, -A. Boiis, J, Cliin-Vou. C 
Haney, S. Martin 



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NEW STUDENT FUl 4 GAME 



When we first liearcl tlie rumours about what the new students 
hail to do the first Sunday of school, we didn't know what to tliiiik. 
Some said it was iiuredihlv fun while others told us that it was 
embarrassing and disgusting. When we ttrst got to chapel am 
joined all of the other new students, we realised that a lot of other 
people had to do the same thing as us, so it wasn't torture after all 
The activities that each house planned worked reall}' well to helj) 
us get to know each other. This year. Brent House set up a water 
slide that included oatmeal and suds while Wright House was in 
the kitchen making vats of pudding to throw at each other. Rigby 
House opted for baby oil while Orchard stuck with wrestling on a 
soapy tarp. .-\fter we went through all of the stations and learned tile 
school cheers, we were shipped out to the front of the school. The 
Prefects led us from the top of the gates and officially %\ elcomed us 
inside. The day ended w ith the biggest mudpit ever. 0\erall, it was a 
success! -Maria Fabretrat and .lainie McGrciror 




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nitiatioii. Campbell takes a spill. 
Nice pipes Ian. Mer and Rebecca 
getting dirty. Bickle Boys em- 
brace.. .because no one else wants 
to get close to them. Cliff « ants 
a hug from David. Where's the 
bathroom, Roddy? Chocolate 
covered Wright girls. Roddy 
abusing his privilege. L'mm? 



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Ik'ar Fail- w as once again a great success! The Ladies 
Ciiiilil put in many hours to make it a great day tor 
e\eryone. As well, the Anne Currie Observatory was 
otFicially opened liy the Currie family and is sure to he 
used b}' many students. There were sporting events, 
laffles, baked goods, and candy. BS Girls Basketball hati 
a thrilling game against Ridley, finally beating them by 
one point. Thanks to the Ladies Guild for making it a 
great day and an excellent start to the Fall term. 



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This year marked the first llogw arts Dinner at TCS. 
It achie\ed great success early in the year with the 
l)oarclers. Day students also enjoyed their own Hog- 
w arts Dinner wliere future Grade 8s were sorted into 
their respective Day Houses by the Sorting Hat. Botli 
Hogwarts Dinners were a resounding success witli the 
appearance of such members of the faculty as Dumb- 
letlore, Hagrid, Professor Snape and so on. Many are 
looking forward to many more Hogwarts Dinners! 



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vou know vou go to tcs 
When... 

Vou'xc Ih'cii lu'ir tor sewn yviws and still 

tlon'l know how to tie a t\v 

\'ou'\e seen tbiir thousiuicl i)all()()ns in one 

ortlce 

^'ou lia\e atleetionate nic knanies for e\t'iT 

member of the staff" at Beckers, Timmies, aiul 

MeDs (or at least know the daily \ alue meals) 

You try to con\ ince your parents that ADP 

actually stands for "Academic Distinction 

Program" 

E\ery piece of clothing you own lias "Bears" 

or "Trinity" on it 

^'ouNe met Peter Rabbit and Dumbledore 

You ha\ e to line up to take a shower each 

morning 

You lend out clothes and get them back 

with someone else's name in them 

You don't mind eating last Friday's steak 

which was turned into sloppy joes, fajitas, 

taco salad, soup, and then back into steak 

You have no problem witli running around 

the campus naked. ..before 1 1pm 

^'ou recognize and eat "w hite sauce" 

"\'ou have an 'Aht" teacher w ho used to take 

ballet 

The pizza delivery guys know you by name 

because you order a special more nights than 

you get food from Osier 

"\'ou wear the same clothes every day 

You charge e\erytliing from chips to a 

crested yo-yo to your account. 

You feel the need to scream "Half-day!" after 

e\ery announcement that involves a sport, 

whether TCS won or lost 

You tliink a ritle to dow ntown Port Hope is a 

iiuge treat 

You can't stop smiling during first period 

when you know tliat tiiere's snack at break 

■^'ou cheer w ildly if someone ih-ops a plate 

You get pantsed... all the time 

You consider an untucked dress shirt with the 

top button undone and a loo.se tie to be casual 

clothes, but wearing clean jeans feels dressy 

Procrastination becomes an art form 






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vou know vou go to tcs 
When... 

You're afraid someone might actually fiiui 

out it's yom- birthday so you lie about it 

You know AA doesn't stand tor Alcoholics 

Anonymous 

The term "llow was your l)real\?" replaces 

"Hello" tor the first two weeks you are back 

You'\e been threatened by Mr McCord's 

CJreek elbow and called a greasy loser 

You call normal clothes "grubs", pop machines 

"vendoland", a convenience store "Bex", and 

detentions "quarters" w itiiout realizing that 

this is unusual 

You feel the need to hold the door open tor 

people at the movies, restaurants, parties, and 

malls 

You ask for an ISP work period, and its not 

a Grade 12 course 

You don't think its unusual to get locked into 

3'our house every night 

You cringe when you hear "Back of the 

Da\ies" 

You've had a snowball tioht with tiftv or more 

people 

You've ripped countless amounts of clothing 

climbing through w indow s 

You go to the library after study for 

socializing 

You were scared to w alk around Port Hope 

by yourself in FY because of the "townies" 

You can get up ti\e minutes before chapel 

and still manage to brush your teeth, shower 

and change with plenty of time to spare 

You ha\ e an awesome room if you ha\e 

Christmas lights 

You'\ e ne\'er gone on a date because there's 

nowhere to go and you ha\e no car 

You either ha\e no heat or too much heat and 

3'ou know an Islander that goes to class in 

mittens all winter. 

You check your email obsessively... until 1 1:00 

You're legal to drink and go to war, yet you 

still have a bedtime 

You'\e bought more than fi\e shirts outside 

Osier for trips and charities 



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After tlirei' inontlis iit' snow, twenty swiiiiiiiers, two lOiiche.s, one 
hou-scmaster and a paranii'tiic hoarded a plane to l^arliados on 
February l"', 'JOOl. We arrived after a long flight to the hcautirul 
sunshine, .'U)+ degrees weather, mermaids and outdoor pools. WV 
arrived at Magic Isle Apartments on Rocklev Beach, in time toi- 
some fun in the sun before we headed to our first practice. With 
five Bigside CJirls, fi\e Littleside Girls, nine Bigside Boys and one 
Littleside Boy, we came to improve our technique, enhance our 
endurance, and prepare ourselves for tlu' ujicoming Kawartha 
and CIS.\A. For the next fi\e days, we would practice during 
sunrise at a local outdoor pool. Afternoon jiractices were w ith tlu' 
sea turtles at Port St. Charles Beach in the ocean. While on the 
island, we took a jeep tour, had a snorkelling adxenture and sjuMit 
lots of ((uality time on the beach. We also had a surprise giie^t 
appearance from Sean Paul and Beyonce! The plane ride home u as 
a sad event, with the exception of the production of a new \ ideo 
by our \ery own .sw inimers .IC and Cam. The team would like to 
thank Feds, Mr .lakic, and especially our coaches, Mr. Reid and 
Mrs. .lakic, for making Barbados 'J004 such a successful training 
camp. We de\eloped both indiv itlually and as a team, and came 
home with many memories that will not soon be forgotten, ami 
with many stories that are better left in Barbados! Thanks again 
for a great trip!! 



Michelle Churchman & Alex Mazar 













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This page is proudly sponsored by Martin & Lynanne Bolton 



March lo - Marrli 







On Martli lo, iiglit I'CS siiuit-nts aiicl scmmi stiuliTits tri)iii IV- 
tiiliDrough hoardi'il tin- ])laiR' tor Jaiiiaiia. Diflc-ri'iit iiit'iiibcrs ot 
tlu' TC'S I'oiiiiiiunity came togetlicr in one common purpose, to 
Irani, ti'acli, anil t'xperii'nce the most ]>recio(is jrif't e\er: eiliica- 
tioii. Dan -Sik.say, Arditli Bircliall, Da\ id Piccini, Kateiyn Ritcliie, 
Diana New man. Heather Mihie, Janet Lee, and Ben Glassco were 
led by Leslie (Tucker) Barton in an experience of a lifetime. We 
were going to Jamaica not fi)r a \ acation, nor to lie on a heai h, 
hut to work for and to repre.sent an organization called Jamaica 
Self Help. We flew straight to Kingston, the most poverty and 
crii7ie stricken place in .laniaica. Staying in a Hostel run by nun.s, 
our grouj) xoluiueered through charity work at nearby .schools 
ami oi|)lianages. These included St. Peter Claver School, Maxfield 
Park Cliiklren's Home, and Dujiont School. We ended u|) iielping 
teachers in the massive classes of more than thirty .screaming kids. 
Also, we w ere able to tutor some children w ho ne\er get the atten- 
tion thev need to succeed academically. Some of these kids were 
w itiiout ])arents. or without a single personal possession of their 
own besides a change of clothes. Being w ith these kids helped put 
things into a new perspectixe for us. Keeling what we felt can not 
be described in words; you ha\e to be there to believe it. All we 
can say is that it helped us step out of our cocoons of the world 
we know and realize w hat's really out there. We would all like to 
thank Ms. Barton for offering such a rich experience that helped 
open our eyes and our hearts to the real world. 

Ben Glassco. 




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I'lijlit intii'pul IuiihIIkII ringers toUowril in tin- musical lb()tstc|>s 
ol two Cliapt'l Choirs ot the !K)s anil headed to Britain tor a 
wlurhsind twehe days of ])ertoriiianie.s anil sightseeing in 
March. Beginning and ending in London, we took a short 
visit into "Kngland's green and pleasant land" a.k.a. MaKern, 
Worcestershire. IVrtorniance sites included schools and churches 
tiie group also venturing into St Mary's Hospital, London 
wliere tamed TCS Old Boy, Sir William Osier, had practised 
iiKtiicine. .Mlliough our \ery tirst e.xiiirsion across Hyde I'ark 
to Buckingliani Palace was cold and wet, the weather brightened 
u|i as our liavs [jassed in the British ca|iital. Veronica Ruthertbrd 
and Holly Hawryluk were a hit at Mine Tiissaut/'s by interacting, in 
a historically appropriate manner, with various celebrity figures. 
.\t the London Drtworcon.* Sarah DeGeer, Zara Mc.Mister. Charlene 
Park and Maranda Smith enjoyed re-enacting public executions, 
w itii chaperone Mrs Ann Hogle as the convicted felon. Prior to 
our concert at centuries-old Worcester Cathedral both Kristi 
Aboud and Xic Burton were put through their |X)sing paces by 
the local paper's chief photographer. A third adult, Mrs Liz 
\ IcCaughev, joined us tor se\ eral exciting shopping expeditions. 
K\ eryone had a chance to ring a real tower bell using the ancient 
English method of ringing, after climbing to the top of the 
Mahern Priory tower. Our hosts that evening were rapt in 
attention as the TCS Osier Ringers pertbrmed in the beautiful 
1 ,">"'' centuiN chancel of the Priory. Social highlights were a series 
of "birthdavs" for the aged director and a performance for Mr 
Wright's TCS Branch Reception at a very elite London club, 
lere's to another St Patrick's Day in Malvern! 




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BS BasebalL.BS Sottball...BS ScHcei-...LS Soccer... Track...BS Boys Tennis...BS Girls Tennis...LS Boys Temiis...LS Girls Tennis...BS Cricket... 
MS Cricket...Golf:..Kqucstrian...BS F()otball...LS Football...LS Basketball...BS...Basketball...Harriers...BS Soccer...MS Soccer...LS Soccer... 
BS V<)lleyl>all...LS Volleyball...MS Field Hockey...BS Field Hockey...BS Girls Hockey..BS Boys H()ckey..LS Hockey...LS Volleyball...B!' 
Volleyball...BS Basketball...MS Basketball...LS Basketball...S\vimming...Nordic...BS Sqiiasli...LS S(iiiasli...BS Boys Hugby...LS Rugby...MJ 
Rugby..BS Girls Riigby...Ro\ving...BS Baseball...BS Softball...BS Soccer...LS Soccer... Track...BS Boys Teiinis...BS Girls Teiinis...LS Boys 
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I asked a ref if he could give me a 
technical foul for thinking bad things 
about him. He said, 'Of course not.' I said, 
Well, I think you stink.' And he gave me a 
technical. You can't trust 'em.' 
Jim Vilvano 



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loaches: Mr Allen, Mr (. .iiiu imm, 
Mr l-inijli>ril. Mr. Watt 
Captains: K ni-ii;litiiii. N I?rfniian. 
\ Niittall.A Tirolli 
MM': NHRiiiian 



Li> juii.; l\>otl>;ill MiiNon lui^-.m in Aiii^ust witli 
.1 core III' 'J.'i-.SO ki't'ii players. Coiuinuiiit; tlif 
I'riilav iiigllt tradition, tlie Bigsidc Bears lieliateil 
H.minanville High in a very exeltine; giinie. Our 
^oal «as to make the playoIVs and compete at tlie 
:uxt le\el. We used onr speinly and \ery talenleil 
receivers B. Deigluon and N. Brennan to crush 

\ppleby and De La Salle. \Vc found oursehes 
lighting for second place against Ridley in oiir Ui-\ 
league game. There. A. Tirelli and .\. Xiitts pro\ . c I 
' 'uce again to be too much tor their offence, but tlu y 
cot the best of us. That led us to the semi-final g-anii 
\ s. S..\.C H here we fought hard but came short in 
the second half The defence was outstanding » itli 
Bobbv (A. Conyers). Carfag and Crocker leading 
the wav behind the line. With the amazing ability 

•f F. Pollard as QB and the short .U. (nuiffm) in 
the back field, we broke through the holes that .1 
Currie. G. CJorman and S. Warren created. Tllan^^ 
to the coaches. D. .\llen. M. Cameron. T.L.. B. Do.lil. 
Powells and 1. Watt for their continuous effort ami 
dedication to us. Good luck to the boys next year, xm- 
hope you guvs bring back some hardware. 




Back Row (L to R): H Lee . B. Watt.s. N. .Vlctartnev. J. Brown. L. Dehen. J Beiker, Ci. Stirrett-\\oo,l. M Mitchell, B. bhirrcH. J 

r.iiiics. K. Kdwards. M. .Marshall. C. Truchon-Fehler. 

Middle Row (L to R): Mr Dodd, Mr Allen, Mr. Langford, S. Pink. K. Zadan. C. Holton. F. Turreiit-Fonseco, J. Carfagnini. G 

(.airmail. S Warren. D. Chung, C. Sylvester. P. Grove, E. .\hn, D. Hyun , Mr Cameron, Mr. Watt, Mr Wright. 

Front Row (L to R): J, Camus, J. De Silva, F Pollard, J. Currie, .•\. Xuttall, N. Brennan, B. Deighton, .\ Tirelli, A. Conyers, E 

(,Hh ker, T Nguyen. P Cordeau 









Clockwise from top left: 
Tirelli gi\ ing his best pout. 
The men come off the field. 
\ssinne the position. 
Keally Ian, its (|uite simple. 
1, 'J, .■i...Hut! 



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This page is proudly sponsored by Tim Kennish 




Back Row (L to R): Mrs. Powles, K. Wilcox, A. Holmes, K. Krause, J. Ross, C. Stcnens, Mr \\ riglic 
From Row (L to R): l Chapman, C. Conyers, S. Swift, J. Bakker, J. McGregor, M. Maynard, S. .-Kmrnons 



( ...1, ll. ^ Ml K. \.V, M- \|. ll/MS, \Ii 1 


,,vl.., 


Mr lopolii-, .\1r VaiuUrwal 




('a|>tairis: J. Cliasi-. W. CooK, 1'. (;illfs|>ii 


. (■ Hill 


A I'rivi-di, N. Topolii- 




\!\l> V (-..pol,,. 





Back Row (L to R): 

1 .i«.iiil>. M, Balfoul 


D 


Bahh, D, FaxvcctI , S. Guiiii 


'IIL 


r \\ci>s 


r llaiiiiK 


tt, H M,K 


larhi 


,,S M 


irt 


in, K h.iv. N N" 


m. N 






Middle Row (L to R): 


Mr Tavlor, Ms. Menzies, H 


Sabnani. M. 


Bauer 


D, Brown, K, 


Flak 


.1. Chill 


I'l 


u, Ci. Sanison-St 


reckcr, ( . 


H.itli.-, C: llolnifs. K 


1 


an^. J. Chin-^bu . \. Brown, 


M 


Cecil-Co 


kwell. 


Mr 


Keves, M 


.Vai 


derwal. 


M 


r Topolie, Mr V 


right 


Front Row (L to R) 


C 


Cecil-Cockwell, C. Robcrtscm, 


R. Bethel 


A. Tr 


\ed 


, \\: Cook 


pc; 


Ilespie, 


N 


Tu|)olie, C. Hill, 


J, Chase, 


1) \l.irlin,j. Chase. 


M 


Churchman, L, Topolie 























rlus sclSMli w.is .ilisollltcK awcsiilllc, \\r h,ltl ^Icat 

rrluiiiiiig nillril)crs ami a j;t)tnj nice ot rookies. 
(.'• Ballic coiilil catcl) anytliiiif; and ran l(K)-yard 
toiu lidowns. .\\iiia,sli - our luillet ruMninfr hack 
- had gr'eat touchdowns and our dicscl I'eter had 
a helmet clacking major as well. Also. Ijttleside 
Ixal L'C'C tor the first time in almost a decade. 
1 lie ollensive line was S. (Mannone. the leader 
till Nanderwal's hog line-up. 1'. (iillespic ran o\er 
ilu opposing defence every game. Our ania/.ing 
i|ii.irterl)ack really kept the team alive and 
tonither Our success started with the hackbone 
nt ihe detensive line of J. Chin-Vou, A. Brown, 
I'. MacFarlane & M. Cecil-Cockwcll . This year's 
|iingress was mainly based on our outstanding 
linrl)acker,s K. Bethel. \V. Cook. C. I lill, J. Chase, S. 
1- ilmonds & T. Weiss, The defence this year could 
iioi have succeeded without the .strong haltbacks. U. 
Martin. C. Robertson & N. Swan, T'he Cornerbacks 
ihis year were E. Tutton (the hard hitter), G. Cccil- 
Cockwcll (boy of many positions) S; D. Brown (one 
catch wonder). The safety this year R. Kay (pretty 
hov) was always there to back us up, A special 
thanks to Mr Topolie. who was a great coach as 
w.is Ms Menzies. 




Coaches: .\1 


rs I'nw 


rs 


.Ml- Clirist 


Captains; J. 


Bakker, 


s. 


Swift 


MVP ,1 Bak 


licr 











f. W'lKox and S. .Vninions were always thereto help 
linng the ball up the floor to set up the plays w hich 
w ere alw ays finished down low by A. Holmes and C. 
Conyers. M. Maynard and R. Krause were always 
there to assist when the otfence was in trouble, 
flashing to get open when help was needed. Our 
( itfence was able to move quickly and was decei\ing 
v\ ith J. McGregor's quick and accurate bounce passes 
througli the key. Our defence was aggressive this 
year It the opposing team wasn't trapped on the 
sulelines from J. Chapman, their arms were being 
ripped otT on a tie ball from J. Ross. J. Bakker and 
S Swift (our kankle player) were co-captains tliis 
\e,ir and displayed leadership qualities on and off 
the court. Coach Pow les inspired us to play to the 
best of our abilities and did whatever she could to 
get us focused on the game, including bringing in 
a sports psychologist. Thanks to our managers. 
I;irryd and Mr Christ, who were alway.s available 
to get us tile basketballs, hydrate us, or keep track 
ot our stats. Our sea.son started otV a little slow, 
but the highlight of our season definitely had to Ix- 
w Inn we beat BSS on their own court at the playotl's. 
We were the lowest team going into the tournament 
aiul finished the season off at third. Thanks girls 
tor the great season! 



This page is proudly sponsored by Deb & Gerry Bakker 



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I'lKicliON: Ml C'liri.si. Ml. V.hUy \U 


.M.K.\K>1 : 


C'a|)t;iiii: K Aiultisoii 




M\l'; K \n.UiM.ii, IV Switi, K Wi 


lOX 



I'loiii iMir first ipiinc. it «iis iluar that thr liiijMilr 
(.iirls \Miiilil haw Vft anothiT .successful scasDii. 
ami that \vf tlul. Our IS-t) record in the CISAA 
ami Ka\\artlia leiie;ues could only lie topped hy our 
trip to OKSAA in Tiininiiis. home to the one and 
only Shania Twain. The trip was a niemoralile one, 
v\ here we plaveil some of our best baskethall ag-aiii^t 
the OFSAA Cliamp.s, Ashhury Collej;e. And. on. . 
asjain this season, we were able to jnill off a nnl 
hitinc; Bear Fair victory over our arch rival HidK \ 
With the return of the crepes, endle.ss episodes nl 
the OC (Coach Klsley's favourite), "loop bags" and 
facing off against Jabba the Hut, this season «as 
truly unforgettable. Howexer, our season could not 
ha\e been as great as it xvas if it weren't for our 
amazing coache.s, Klsley, Christ, and Mac. Thanks 
for vour hard work and dedication, and for pushing 
us right to the end. Thanks also to our managers 
("coaches"), Kizzle and Marco, and to all the gii K 
for the unending laughter and memories, (id.nl 
luck to the grad.s, and to the returning six, haM j 
great season next year and bring home an OFS A \ 
Medal! 



tAWDG 



t t, t. I f 



KmUUA 



■,^^4^^imJ^MSSSSSi^^Sl^&^^^i^au 




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Back Row (1, to R): 1'. Sobowale, B. Switt, K. Brophy, F. Uewsbury, K. \\ ilcox 

Middle Row (L to R): Mr. Elslcy, M. Carey, B. Rowen, L. Trim, A. Kclamis, .Mr Wright 

Front Row (L to R): Mr. Christ, L. McLelland, K. .\nderson, D. Miers, Ms. McMeenan 





Clockwise frt)m top left: 

Becca trying to explain how to win. 

In the zone... 

Dewser taking someone else out 

Kizzle iloing what he th)es best! 

Mr Flsley trying to link basketball 
and the OC. 



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^.,ullK■^: Ms MilKi, Mr, Wnnl.i 
( aplaiii: H I'urzrur 
M\l": I II,,M. 1, K I'lii/n.i 



Back Row ( 


.to 


R): 


'W 


iin;i]u-n, D. 


Richards, S. F 


rye, C 


Huxtahlc, M. 


\\ 


11, 1 Has 


i)d 


A, Ca 


hill. 


A. Jiiiil 




Middle Rov 


(L 


to R 


):ll 


Lee. T. Bo 


ck, .-\. Kani. L. 


Richter. Z. McAlister, .-\. Oatwa\ 


F 


Fishk 


ick. 


K. Lam 


A. 


Fung, 






























Front Row 


L to R): 


Mr 


, Miller. F. 


Hay ten D. Jol 


listen 


J, McCracken 


K 


Purzner 


J. 


McFac 


hnie, A. W'i 


son. 


Mr, Wnolit 































I l,u rit Is h.iil a UK nioj-ahli- season tins si-ar On: 
sernors liad a close call at C'OSS.\A. bul along will 
1> Johnston and K. I layter, we qualilied lor OFS.\.\ 
in Otlas\a. To add to this, TCS still holds tile record 
li)r most C'ISAA victories which I heliexe is no\i 
running on 9 years - we also dominated Kawartha 
I hanks to M. Wall, always somewhere on tin 
1 ourse to encourage our rumiers. Some unotlicial 
n cords were also broken. A. Wilson, D. Ricliard- 
^inii I. Rashid set the record for mo.st enjoyment in 
a stretch. They know what I'm talking about. .\ 
Oatway set the record tor most luminescent skin 
tone - always a shining beacon of light... literally 
.1 McEachnie is remembered for his record: 20 
Big Mac's in one sitting. A round of applause 
goes out to Betty's Tarts which were always a 
irtresher after our longer runs. Purzner, one ol 
ihe finest will be greatly missed! Thank-you to 
our belo\ed coache.s, Mr. Wright and .Ms. Miller 
- the best coaches a team could ask tor. One huge 
thanks goes out to Mr. Wright tor his many years 
of ser\ ice and dedication. TCS Harriers wouldn't 
Ik- what it is today without your love for the sport 
and won't be the same without you. Lastly, 1 wish 
all the returning guys good luck next year. Keep 
up the tradition: Stretching, tarts... you guys know 
« hat 1 mean. 




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foailu-s; Ml" Iniir.iiii, Mr. l\fi>ri 
Captains: C!. Maiulrv illo, K. Oziiki 
M\ IM; Mn.i.l.'Mll.'. K (>/;iI<i 



I'rcmulav onr. tlii.s team «aN lllliii »itln-Mit>rmiit 
KviTVoiie knc« this was tlii' sfasoii... That it was. 
tiilks! \\V starttxl l)V iK'ating Kicllev ti)r thi' first tiiiu- 
111 tinir loll!; years. Shortly atur, wciliil tliosaim- ti> 
S.\C. Tlie team was very strong, Honda in net wms 
the lx>st by far in the league, and Lister in ehaim 
ot" his defence alongside B. Murray. P. Ciitdd ami 1' 
(ienesis were remarkable. The mid-tield was mix 
talented and full of skill. Kento Amazing" Ozaki 
led in the middle with Xiao who by the way was 
only in grade 10. Also, Biggar and W'ootton both 
graduating will be missed next year Up trout C!. 
.Mamlex ille netted goals non-stop w ith a whopping 
fil'teen in the season, and along side him A. Petty 
managed to score nine himself, and he will be 
returning to the team next year. The team w as tilled 
w ith depth, the t>est substitutes one can ask t<>r, and 
Ci. Jones was excellent as the seconti string keeper 
C Yue and M. Herod did their jobs as wing baik^ 
extreinelv well. D. Kim and J.CJeiitles came ot] tlir 
liench to score manv crucial goals. The results tin 
team had in the regular season pro\ed why tin 
team won the league championship, with only one 
loss going into the playotls. The team wasn't able 
to pull it otf against Appleby, after beating them 
in the regular season. The grads who are lea\ ing 
will be missed. 




Back Row (L to R): J. Gentles, P. Genesis, B. Murray. X. Yue. 

Middle Row (I, to R): Mr Keiser, C. Webb. M. Henxl. C Yue, D. Kim, H Ciadd, .Mr. Ingram. Mr Wright 

Front Row (L to R): .1 Lister, A. Petty, G. .Mande\ ille, H. Honda, G. Jones, K. Ozaki, G. Biggar, J. Wootton 




Wlieie'd tile liall go? Where is it? 
I can't .see! 

Kcnti) about to do .some damage. 

Vttv is oin ioiisly tliinkiiig about 
something, tor once. 



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Back Row (I. to R): I hiiii;. C l.ri . C .\Mn. T \u. K \..m 

Miiiillr Row (I. to R): Mr, l..j;akis, K.Hauknis, 11, Leo, .1. l.ir, II. Lee, S, .Inns, M, l\Tu.s(|uia, Mr, Fonlycc, Mr 

\\rij;ht 

From Row (1. lo R); .\ Hrin,sin<Mil, S, "lain;, .1. !,«•, I', I loy, K, lVl-si.si--Rc'(igfrs, C. Gomez, S. Eiiiii. 




Back Row (L 


toR) 


K 


M 


icG 


rcgor, S, C 


isgl 


am. 


O 


()|U 


.\ Mn 


.li 


/, M 


V: 


Ill 














Middle Row 


(L to 


R): 


Ml 


H 


V, K, Mils. 


lint 


, M 


.\l 


■\i() 


M, B, K( 


ttl 


ewell 


1) 


Be 


■«• 


B. 


.Mm 


t; 


^'oimg. 


Mr. 


Wriglit. 










































Front Row (I 


, to R 


):N 


U 


^ar. 


K Walker 


D 


*ieeini. 


.1. N 


H, K. M 


eC 


iirtly. 


A. 


Br( 


Wl 













C oacli; Mr l,<'^akl> 

( .iplains: I Uf. K IVIsisi--Ren(i;frs 

\|\ I': S |,n ., 



\Vi- si. ti till t'li our M-aMiii liiisling .i Iniiriiament 
.It I'riiiilv and oil ilie liai «e knew it was f;oing t" 
111' a gooil season. W'e liad a loiiplc of » ins playing 
111 deplorable fields, heatiii); Lakelield's first team 
iiid then deleatiiif; Toronto French School with 
.1 coinlortahle lead at their own field... Our goalii 
r Hoy had a tiintastic .sea.son replacing Melclliir 
c ally on, who hecanic one of our starting strikers 
I )efence was impeccable, including players like S 
1 iim. K Law, 1 1. Kyo. J. Ixc, J. Jang and K. I'elsis. 
w ho took care of the risky situations. Our stroiij; 
mid-field included J. U-cT Vu, H. Ix'e. C. Cioiiie/ 
C Kail. C. Ix'e. Our astounding ollence was led In 
S Yang, A. Hrinsnieail, C". .\ddo (w hen he showed 
up) and our MVP .VL .lung. Overall the team was 
raiiketl fifth ill our league with NL Jung leading 
ilie team and scoring almost every game Our 
I oaclies taught us valuable skills, they kept the 
morale high during practices, and through rainy 
clays ami sweltering heat they cheered us on. We'd 
ilso like to thank our manager, K. Hawkins, for 
.1 good season. For the first time in a couple ot 
years, we made the playoffs which was a veritable 
iRcomplishment and, although we did not w in. we 
played well. Ciood .season by all... CrURK! 






Coach: .Ml Hay 
Captain K McC'urdy 
MVP K \Hnnlv 



C/5 
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Siiitt iiu).si ol the pla\er.s lri.1111 last scisuii > le.uu 
had ino\ed up to the Bigsidc level it gave us the 
challenge of founding a new Littlcside team. New 
players such as .A. Mendez. K. Walker (assistant 
captain), M. .Mexiou and N. Johnston would prove 
to make a key mid field line, setting up many 
plays throughout the sea.son. Out in front we 
were strongly represented by tlie returning O. 
0|o, A. Brown and N. Issar as well as one more 
newcomer S. Ca.sgrain. Their consistent efforts 
uere much appreciated. Rounding out the team 
was the defensive line of R. McC'urdy (captain). 
H MacCiregor, C>. Young and B. Kettlewell 
Solidly in goal was D. Piccini, ably backed up by 
J. Ng. They provided consistent strength tor oin 
team throughout the whole season. Other strong 
luvvcomers were B. Aim, D. Berg and M. Paul. All 
look like promising players for next year .Mthough 
^^e did not <iuahty for the playoffs this year, a new 
liain has been founded for the upcoming .sea.son. An 
outstanding moment in the season was our decisive 
win over Appleby College (first place in the other 
division). .Mthough it was only exhibition, it still 
stood out in everyone's minds as one of our betlci 
games. Thanks to Mr. Hay, the parents who canu 
out to support us, and our manager, Fve. 



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C onilies: Mr L.ivmv, Mr Wliiu- 
Ca|>iain.s: I Matliicson, J. Morrison 
MVP: 1 Matliicson 



-^ V \\,iluln I Mialii' plavotls. iionlui ^i-st-rvi many 
Sails in the court but that's not the point. The tinus 
\\tre memorable. For instance, who could loriiet 
Cha Cha (Marc-.\ndre) saying that all great plays 
we made were "sexual! " Nick's speed and agility ot- 
len had him sprawling across the backcourt to save 
,1 ball. Gerry was a constant source of motivation 
screaming such lines as "Beautiful " and "Sunshine 
Our two gimps (Ben and Ke\ in) provided much m 
terms of stats and lines, and jumped in whene\cr 
they were able. Dan improved greatly over the sea- 
son and by the end, was hitting consistently from 
both the oft'side and middle positions. Rishi ami 
Carton were great backcourt players, and, on tin 
rare chance they reached the front court, prov idi-d 
many laughs. Trott prov ided the diversity on the 
team, being he was the only Bickle v olleyball player 
on a mainly Brent team. He improved immensely, 
becoming a starting middle hitter. .\lex "The Can- 
non" Mazar prov ided height and power to the team 
as he hit effectiv ely from every position on the court 
Ian provided little humour but enjoyed "gently 
showing people where they should be on the court. 
John gave his experience on and off the court and 
became a massive asset to the team. Thank you u> 
Mr White and Mr. Ixjwrv. 




Back Row (I. to R): Mr White, Mr. Lovvry M Trott. D Scliell. .\ .Mazar, M. Chagnon. B. Glassco, Mr. 

Wright 

Front Row (L to R): X Meek. R Bliargava, J. Morrison, 1. .Mathieson, M. Garton, K. Chan, G. Kuo 




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Back Row (L to R): Mi Smith, I' Liugv, T. R<i«r, J. MrC'i mlUii. M, Kosti-k, J. Al<i\«-n/,if, Mr, W i iiilii 
Front Row (L to R): S, Bourgeois, D, Rouen, A, Walker, A, Zwarych, S, McKenzie, S, Watson 




Back Row (L to R): I. (ingory, L ClKipiiiaii, ,1, Desjardms, K, Botrie. M, H.lianr, ,\. MatliuM)!! 
Middle Row (L to R): Mr, Hollett, Mrs, OReagan, Z, Zciler, K, Dagg, A, Cameron .A. I'rai kowiak, L, 
OeRobina, Mr Wright 
Front Row (L to R): ,1. Hodara. M, Herod, D, Newman. M, Mitchell, L, Fong, S. Hodara, N, John 



t'oach: \li Sniiih 
( aplainM .\ Walker, A Zwarych 
M\'l': \ Ualk.r 



I Ills was detimlrly a nliinldiiig year tor this team 
■-iiue niatiy ol' its players mo\ed up this year, 
1 Iowe\'er, they (jiiickiy made a name tor iheniseh'es 
iiy defeating S.\C" and Holy Trinity in an early 
tournament. Despite team injuries we continued 
lo prevail against other teams. At the end of the 
■.(•ason we had developed into one of the lH>st teams 
in the Ix'aguc. However, due to a four way tie for 
ilu- last available play-olf position, our season 
I'liiished early. Nevertheless it was a season filled 
« Ith lots of fiui and learning. Thanks to Mr Smith 
Inr being an amazing coach and providing us w ith 
lots of laughs. 

A l)ig thanks goes to the Editors of the Record 
« lio had to write this since the captain didn't give 
tliem a write up! 



l^roni only losing one league game tu coming in 
:V'' out of all of Ontario, Middleside field hockey 
\\ as very successful this year. Most of the players 
\\ere new to the game which makes our team 
e\en greater There were returning players such 
as Sarah, Erin, Jaymie, Fong, and Michelle (the 
maniac). We had awesome laughs and great times 
like Mr Hollett's Halloween fun and taking "the 
walk of shame". The forwards never stopped 
scoring; .Anna, Meg, Nadine, Frin, Katliryn, and 
Zne were awesome at this. Oliv ia, (.Mi). Lou, Lucia, 
loelle, Diana and Marissa as midfielders were 
always great at bringing the ball up and out ot 
the way for Fong, Sarah, .laymie, .Andy, and Lisa as 
defence. We were so close with winning the gold, 
but we played awesome walking away as winners 
from 2 tied games. Thanks to our coaches, Mr 
Hollett and M.s. O'Rcgan, who were always there 
til help us, cheer for us, and be there when times 
got frustrating. Also thanks to our manager, Kandy 
t'ho who helped us find those balls that we hit just 
w ay too far! All in all, good luck to those returning 
next year and to those who are graduating. 



Coaches: 


K. 


liollet 


. ,\. OKi 


agaii 1 


Captains 


L 


Fong, 


D, Newman 


MVP M 


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C aptains: S Currii-, S, KavaiuliT 
M\ P: \ Conyors. K. Simpson 



W ,tll lull; ,. :i. " ■ 

ihan fxixited. Our team was strong and spirited 
on all as|XTts of the field. Katie dominated in net, 
.md with help from Gillian, Justine. Veronie^i. 
Ashley. Haley and Sam. the defenee was a force to 
tie reckoned with. Our mids. Laura. Megan. .\lli, 
Christinna and .\lex. dominated the entire fieUI. 
working the hall up the sides. Finally our forwards; 
Karen. Kachael. Whitney, Jocelyn, Lindsay and 
Sage could not ha\ e complctetl our team more w itii 
their skills on net. We could ne\er ha\e achie\ed 
as much as we did w ithout the help of .Vis. Collins. 
.Ms. Brough, .Ms. May and Mrs. Wills. Their 
dedication and confidence in the team made it an 
unforgettable season. Some highlights from the 
season were Frank the Tank, "Just eat it", "I've got 
a golden ticket" and finally the four inches of rain 
we played through in almost e\erv eanie. Tlwiiik^ 
for an awesome season, girls! 

Sage and Sam 




Back Row (1, to R): NN Collm>. K TrackowKik. H Hucliwald, C. Splinter, .\. Canim, J. Murpln 

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Middleside Field Hockey 



TIk- Coadii's Award Michelle Mitchell 

The Middleside Trophy - MVP Marissa Rebane 



Bigside Field Hockey 

The Ness-Tarasick Trophy - MIP Gillian Gondosch 
The TJ. White Trophy - MVP Alll Conycrs 

Katie Simpson 



Littleside Soccer 



The Coaches Aw ard 

Middleside Soccer 

The Coaches Aw ard 



Ryan McCurdy 



Seungmin Jung 



Bigside Soccer 

The Pinkerton Trophy - Captain Gregg Mande\ille 

Kento Ozaki 

The Paterson Trophy - MVP Gregg Mandexille 

Kento Ozaki 

Coaches Award Jesse Wooton 

Littleside Football 

The Jamie Eaton Cup - Captains Jordan Chase 

Wes Cook 
Peter Gillespie 
Cam Hill 
Nick Topolie 
Avi Trivedi 

The E.J.M. Huycke Trophy Nick Topolie 

-MVP 

The Art MacDonald Trophy Sam Giannone 

- Lineman 

Coaches Award Greg Bathe 

Bigside Football 

The Symons Tropliy - Captains Nick Brennan 

Brock Deighton 
Alex Nuttall 
Andrew Tirelli 
The A.M. Campbell Award Brock Deighton 

The J.W. Kerr Trophy - MVP Nick Brennan 

Tiie Coaches Cup Pliilippe Cordeau 

- Best Defensive Player 

Tlie Dr. Orchard Trophy - MIP Eraser Pollard 
The Osuszek Memorial Trophy Jon Currie 

- Lineman Alex Nuttall 



Littleside Basketball 

The Coaches Aw aril 

Bi gside Basketball 

The McMillan Cup 

The Louise Willis Trophy 



Harriers 

The Adrian Smith Trophy 

- Midget 
The Marshall Trophy 

- Junior 

The TW. Lawson Trophy 

- Senior 

The Jonathan Buchanan Trophy 

Littleside Volleyball 

The Coaches Aw ard 

Bigside Volleyball 

Most Valuable Player 
The Coaches Award 

Full Bigside Colours 

Graham Biggar 
Philippe Cordeau 
Alii Conyers 
Brock Deighton 
Karen Erackowiak 
Sage Ka\ander 
Peter Gadd 
Phil Genesis 
Greg Gorman 
Haru Honda 
Dylan Johnston 



Julia Bakker 



Emily Dewsbury 
Kristin Anderson 
Brenna Swift 
Kelsey Wilcox 



David Richards 



Erin Hayter 
Roddy Purzner 



Mike Wall 



Andrew Walker 



Ian Mathieson 
Nick Meek 



Dan Moulton 
Brett Murray 
Tay-Son Nguyen 
Alex Nuttall 
Nick Meek 
Eraser Pollard 
Veronica Rutherford 
Hayley Sweet 
Charles Truchon-Fehler 
Shae Warren 
Meaghan Wilcox 



DISTIlCTIOl AlfAED 




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GREGG MANDEVILLE & KENTO OZAKI 

SOCCER 



(. iiiiilifs: Ml. 1 i.iiiijiiu, Ml 


iM- 


,1111. M.v 


llL^l .nil. 


\lr 1 l<Hi|H-r. Mr. I'roitor 








C'.i|>t;iiii; 1\. AtulorsDii 








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|-.ii;lit niiiriiiiii; pl.iur.-. lour riuikuvs. t"(> tii;iii. 
^K.ittr.s. OIK- \olli'yl)aU player, aiul a saving graif 
IhIwcoi) tlu' pi|H'.<, our sweet manajjer, one retiree 
.iiiii two hearils too many makes one stellar season, 
l-.'s-i! Suecess tor the Bigside Girls lioekey team 
111 not necessarily mean a season lull of wins. To 
U-, success was measured through improvement, 
diilication and GFTs all around, which, in itself, 
Kid us to a couple of huge \ ictories. Our road trip 
w Ohio saw some great hockey agiiinst Gilmore 
\,.Hlemy. where we played by far one of our 
!h vt g-jiiies all year Our first solid win. against 
A|i|>lehv in their own barn, was a nail biter anil nii 
.'MTuhelming victory! Eva 1, 2 and .S. the fashion 
1 ,'iiMiltants. the mall, and the never-ending gossip 
, '11 du- buses kept our coaches' hands full all .season. 
\\>- would like to thank Mr. T. Hoop.s. Ingram, 
h.ilcii. and Mr Proctor for their emoiiragement 
and support. Our season may not ha\e been top on 
the scoreboard, but the memories made and lessons 
Icirned were the icing on the cake. To the grads. all 
the best, and for those returning, good luck. ha\ e an 
aw esome season next year! 




Back Row (L to R): Mr li .ui-.m. Mi llo,,p,r. .\l lined, M 1 l.iiiilinn k. K, Cin-gory. K. Wilcox. K. Burnham, 

1 Lang, R Huchwald. Mr Ingram. Mr Wright 

Front Row (L to R): J. Murphy. H. Hawryluk, S. C'urrie, S. Gallagher. K. .\nilerson. K. Dcwsbury, M. Wileox 





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Clockwise from top left: 




Kal 


Hurnham skates otf tlu 


ice. 


Kig 


It! 1 


•ight! 




S;ir. 


(i: 


llaghcr. Distinction 


\ward 


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giving Wilcox sonii 


advice. 












Cojfhe.s: Mr \'.iiid*-(\\dl. Mr H»hJ^i> 
C.iprain: N. Hrcnnaii 



Back Row (L to R); Mr Xanikrwal. J. Pri-vost. F. Pollard. M. Mitchell, D. Moiilton, I. Smart. M. Gartoii 
Middle Row (L to R): Mr Hodges. .1. Martin, A. Tirelli. B. Shirreft', M. Rostek. B. Watts, \V. Cook. S. Watson. 
Mr, Wriffht 
Front Row (L to R): E. Crocker. J. Cart'agnini, N. Brennan, B. Deighton, C. Hill 



\ltliougli tin- year starled uilli mdv a ten playi-r 
gongsliow. we managed to rallv Ut form a sc-\enteen 
man team. The real sea.son started after a trip to 
C olumlnis to watch the Bhie Jackets at home On 
our return, the team put together some goals which 
soon Ibund us in the hunt for first place. Our goal- 
ies, Crocker and Cam, often dazzled the crowd » ith 
key sa\ es. The defence w as led by the strong play 
of Carfag, despite the usual trip to the box, and 
Brock, who rocked his orange gloves with style. 
Smart, the phantom sniper, was always clever w ith 
the puck. Towards the playotVs, the team won 
a dramatic game o\er SAC where the Brennan 
-Moulton duo accumulated l'2|)oint.s. Frascrwas 
alw ays dependable around the net and was always 
good for an assist or two. .\fter defeating Lake- 
tleld to ad\ance to the next round, the team met 
the eventual champions. Even with the return of 
Big T and the soft hands of Cjarton we couldn't 
manage to beat them. Hodges and Vanderw al were 
great motivational speakers although sometime 
the bench was unbearable. They were awesome 
guys to have around. To the returning guys, good 
luck next year. 



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C lockwise from top left: 

Ian Smart was a major force. 

Face-off. 

rile grads will be missed. 

The boys after a great game.. notice 
the score! 

Crocker with another great save. 



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li>aclu->: \lr Hiown. Mr ll.iiiiiUoii 
Cuptains: R Kay. K McCurdy. T Weiss 
MVP:J. Mullaiu 



I - \, ■ ^^.l> ,iihlKTi.-iii year tor I.itili'Mili- 1 Iik K< . 
Our team was rebuilding. With only six rctiirnini; 
players, we had some work to do w ith getting a new 
team started. Our season had its ups and dowiiN 
No one will forget the numerous times in wliii l> 
articles of etiuipmcm were forgotten (including 
a jock strap), but one unforgettable game was our 
defeat over Lakefield College. After losing to tluiii 
S times in exhibition games, we defeated them ni 
our only league match-up. In that game, everyone 
gave 1 lO'o and we ended up coming out on top 
with a 5-'J victory against our biggest rivals of tin- 
season. We finished the season one point shy of 
the plavotfs due to a tie against Royal St. George s 
earlier in the season. Although our season w as a bit 
of a rocky road, we managed to compete against 
some of the harder teams in the league and play 
some solid games. 



Coaches: 


Mr Wills 


.Ms 


-M 


enzies 


Captain: 


G. Rcid 








MVP: .\ 


. Rebane 









Liuleside \'oUfvball iiaJ aji a\\<.s*)nii. .sudsuu. \Vt- 
had a lot of new players join the team this year 
w ho came together quickly. We won the majority 
of our games, and those we lost, we learned from. 
We couldn't have done it without our supreme 
head coach. Mr. Wills, or our encouraging coach 
Menzies. Kevin, as our manager, never let us dov\ n 
and never missed a practice. Special thanks to oin- 
captains; Gemia. Jamie and .Andy, for leading the 
team on with liigh spirit. Genua's sets were very 
consistent, making the front row able to attack 
fiercely. Jamie was able to serve and set without 
hesitation. Andy's passes couldn't hav e been better 
while Marissa was our most powerful server. Maria 
set and played middle, proving to be an all aroimil 
consistent player Laura spiked the ball like none 
other, placing fear upon other teams. Despite an in- 
jurv early in the season. Emily's powerful hits made 
her an asset to the team. Jenna and Lucia showed 
remarkable skill every time they stepped onto the 
court. Jennie was an outstanding player, and Erin 
was our superb blocker .Alii and Natasha both 
improved so much. Thanks for a great season! 




Back Row (1, to R): C ; C'ccil-Cockvvell. M. Baltinir, N. .lohnston. S. Casgrain. C. Sinmionds 

Middle Row (L to R): .Mr. Brown. M. Churcliman. .1. Chase. .\. Zwarych, G. Jones, T. Large. S. Bourgeois. Mr 

Wrii^iu 

Front Row (L to R): T WViss. R McCurdy. S. Kirkpatrick. G. Samson-Strecker. K. Walker. R. Kay 




Back Row (I, to R): Ms M.mning. M. Kchiinc. K Boiru-, I,. Biggar. A Caim-roii 

Middle Row (L to R): K Chan, Ms Nkrizies. M Fabreg-at. J. Ross. F Wilcox. N Dodd. Mr 

Wright 

Front Row (L to R): 1- de Robina. J. Mctiregor. G. Rcid. .\. .Mathieson. ,1. MacDonell 



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Back row (I. to R): Mr 1.i>\mv. 1 MathK-soii, D. Mk-rs, S, TliDnias. .1, l-n.stacl, M Unli.nds, Ms IhhIiIitv. Mr 

Wno-ht 

FYont row (L to R): C, Sliaw, J. Bakker, B. Sw it't, A. Bircliall, M. Sa\aria, R. Roweii, C. Wong 



SoMir sa\ thai llils \'cat's scllliif l;ii'I s \olii-\ hall I. am 
iliii so well they iiiacii-TC'S liistory. That stateiiK'iii 
IS «Ty truf. Not only tlid we win our division, win 
I III- St. Clement's tournament, the Kawartha leajjne, 
am! come second at the BSS tournament l)ut we won 
t'lS.VA tinals in a clo.se match, and lor the first time 
iM-r won COSSA finals to ciiiaHfy for OFSAA. 'I'h. 
team started off as an inexperienced bunch but all 
with much enthusiasm and dedication. As the season 
|iriigressed, an amazing improvement was made 
Inr that we would like to send out a IIUGK thank 
\(Hi to our amazing coaclies I>owTy, Keds and our 
assistant coach Ian. The good times at tournaments 
(thanks Betty for the good eats), the incredible 
improvement, and our 'hugeness' made the sca.son 
memorable. To the grad.s. we w ill miss you sooooo 
much next year, good kick to you all in the future, 
and keep playing. It was an unforgettable season. 
1 .allies, congratulations! 



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C'oaili: Ml (. hi i-i 
Captains: M. tarev. M. (unties 
M\P: M t"ai.\ 




Hls;>nlf Ua>lMtl>all li.nl an mircililik- st-a.-on \\ itli 
players rroin eleven dilVeretit nations, «e were 
the most internationally diverse team in botli our 
leagues. Our back court consisted of a slew ■! 
talented |>oint guards, shooting guards, and snuill 
Ibrwards: Marc-.'Kndre Cliagnon from Montreal. 
Canada; Matthew Trott and Adam Petty from 
Bermuda; Doug Kawcett from the Philippines; Da\ e 
Kim from South Korea, and Matthew Gentles from 
laniaica. Our front coiut w as made up of a group ot 
athletic and merciless power forw ards and centit> 
Marco Carev from Bahamas, also our M\'P and our 
only plaver selected to the league's all-star team 
.I.D Brow n fi-oni Canada; leadership award w inning 
forward Greg Gorman; .lohii Becker of Ciermany; 
John Morrison of Canada, anil .\nthony Kclamis 
of Cjreece/Saudi Arabia. This group of players. 
luidcr the guidance and wisdom of our coach ot 
the year, Mr. Christ, nianaged to accomplish !)ii' . 
of the goals set at the beginning of the season 
The two most impressive ones were winning 
both the Kawartha and COSSA Championships 
111 retrospect our 2003-2004 season was truly ;i 
memorable one. 




Back row (L to R): A. Smith, Mr. Christ, D. Kim, D. Fawcett, I. Becker, M. Chagnon, .1. Morrison, Mr. Wright, 

,1, KobcTtson 

Front row (L to R): G. Gorman, .\. Petty M. Carey M. Gentle.s, M. Trott, A. Kelamis 




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Back Row (L to K): Mr Uuiilop, C. Slc\c-ii,s, 1) Hiit/kr, 1'. S/iks. I) Cluing, Mr, \\ iif;lit 
Front Row (L to R): S, Fryc. A. George-Jiilm. G. Maiuli-\ ille, J. Lee, R. I5liarf;a\a 




Back Row (I, to R): Ms. MacAlecnan, H. Kettlewell, U. Ik-ig, .1. Kay, A. Brown, 1 Ng, Mr. Wnglit 

Front Row (L to R): X. Yue, D. Fawcett, N. Swan, S. Oiiterbridge, D. Brown, I. I'oon, A. Trivcdi, G. I lulnirs 



t ciacll: Mr l)iinlo|, 
( ,i|ilains: I U-c, (i Mamli-villc 
\l\ I': I. M.iii.I.mII,- 



I li. Mhl.llrshl, ll,iyslia-.l><-tliall l.-ani li.i.l ,. 
|irunnsing scast)n, liin.slnng \Mt!i a linal record i-)l 

) uins and i» losses. Alter a dismal start (.O losses) 
I III- Middleside Bears hail a Iriunipliajit timr point 
\ II lory (Her Alliert t'ollege who linislieil in first 
phu (■ ill C'IS.\.\ leagiu' play! Our season had some 
sigiiirKaiil highlights iiR'hiding two hig wins 
ii\er hayview (ileii and Toronto French SiIkioI 
( )iir energized style of play made all opponents 
line to play at I lo'iii to deteat lis, and we were 
lie linitely a team that demanded respect although 
our reioril did not necessarily reflect it. 



Coaches: Ms. Mac.Mernan, .Ms h 


elly 


Captain: S. Oiiterhridge 




MVP: .1 Hay 





rills \riir LS ln>\s wnr ;i grtuij) tit gu\'s with big 
lirai'ts anil a will to win. We finished the season 
with t wins, ileteating many tough teams and 
lia\ ing many long fought battles with teams such 
as S.A.C, Ridley and UCC. When this group of 
I-' guys played together on the court with no 
Kintnnersy between them, wc played like I. .A 
l.akirs, maybe c\en better. Our team's chemistry 
slowly progressed and wc did so by making 
iiirknames for one another, such as Sam aka Cash 
ninnev millionaire, Devin aka Killer, Alex aka Alii, 
Daiinv aka Hot .sauce. Berg aka 'can't touch this', 
lilainey aka I lot Toes. Danny had many good g-ames 
with his deep three ball always working when wi 
iHided it. Other highlights were: Ck-otf deking 
and streaking, .larrvd pulling his crossovers, and 
I)(\in taking it to the hole hard. You never knew 
» hat Alex was going to do with the ball in his hand, 
anil Sam, well, he always had something difterent to 
do with the ball. He would put up a Slow Hook or 
ilish off a No Look. You would always be surprised 
\\ hen the rock was in his hand. Thanks to Mac and 
liilley for a great season. 



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t'i>;ulifs: Mi^ .l.iKu, Ml, Kiiil 




Captains: A. Miizar. A. Kimwl 


I's, A Conyirs. \ 


'l"o|>olif 




\1\ 1»: A Ma/ai 





I^Ml 



\i!.'iluTniilestom-ua% rfatlu-il tor PC'S Suiiiiiiimi; 
this season. Our first meet of the season was tlie l' 
of T lii\itational, where we looked to defeiul our 
men's title. Not only was this accomplished. TC S 
captured the overall co-ed title, out-swimniinu 
the best teams in the pro\ince. We hosted tin 
Kawartha Champion.ships and brouglit home the 
men's, women's and co-ed overall titles for the 
third straight year. At COSSA, Trinity captured 
the men's, women's and co-ed overall titles and 
managed to qualify a record of 31 swinuners for 
t)rS.\.\. .-\t CISAA. we captured the Co-ed . l.S 
and BS Men's titles for the first time in Trinitv 
Swimming History. It was at OFS.\A. wlui< 
Trinitv Swimming proved its strength. Nick 
lopolie w on Gold in .50 free and set a new OFS.\.\ 
record. In the Sr. Open 50 Free. Alex Mazar won 
a bronze medal, setting a PI5. Zack Zeilcr medalled 
in his 100 IM and in his 100 Back, while Alex 
Convers placed fourth in 100 free, and Zoe Zeilcr 
placed fiftli and seventh in her 100 IM and her lod 
Back. The results showed that TCS is a dominaiil 
liirce- In the high school category. Trinity placr.! 
ninth, in the Open Category, first and overall TCS 
placed sixth. Thanks to Mr. Reid & Mrs. Jakic for 
their incredible coaching which made this the most 
successful season in Trinity history. 





Back Row (L to R): M Cliiiivhinaii, C. Kdliertsoii. .\ I'raikow imK. K Hawkins. I., Sands, R. Brophy. Z. Zeiler. C. 

Syhcster. .1. McCracken, M. Wall. S. She\ len. K. Vcrmeulen. 11. .\llen. G. Gondosch. S. Kavander 

Middle Row (L to R): Mrs. Jakic. Mr. Reid. E. Foster, S. Swift, L. Bolton, S. Rosy, A. Dickson, J. McFachnie. 

K Dillette. J. McCracken. A. Convers. K. Ros.s, M. Rodriguez. L. Raphael. P. Cordeau. S. Sands. K. Dagg. Mr. 

Wright 

Front Row (L to R): A. Mack. C. Hermanns, A. Maclsaac, S. Pink, .-\. Conyers, N. Topolie, .\. Mazar, A 

Knciwles, n Hk hards, C. Conyers, L. Wong, Z. Zeiler 



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Back Row (I, to R): N Ihoinpscn-Wiilkii-, L. CiirKlu-, I, Df>|ariliii,\ M lliToa, J. 'liioniiiun, M 'l"reiiil)lay. A 

I'nsternak 

Middle Row (L to R); Mr. White. Mr Hollett, A. Wilson, W Samlcr, M. Dersnali. D. Johnston, A. Cahill, M.~ 

l.oiii;, Mr. Wriglit 

Front Row (L to R): K. Lam, A. Oatway, E. Fishlock, E. Hayter, R. Purzner, A Brown, T. Bock 



II \Mii l(i(il, N.iiilu' iiji in ii»- ilu tionary, you'll lln. I 
the loll(i«ing: ot, ri'latinj; to, or characteristic ot 
Si andina\ ia or its peoples, languages, or cultures 
W hat does this have to do with skiing? Absolutely 
iiiiihing. A Nordic skier is a particular breed ol 
athlete... and on account of the extremely cohl 
wtalher and very revealing race-suit.s, some might 
sa\ we are odd. Howexcr, if you ask skiers, they 
will tell you otherwise. First, they will say, tli. 
scant race-suit is not only aerodynamic^ it is also iji 
r.ict \ery comfortable. They will also mention that 
liiistbite only hurts early on, and that once your nose 
turns black, you can barely feel it. Now on to tin- 
srison: having more snow then usual in the area, w< 
were immediately ahead of the game as no one else 
had any. Demolishing the competition at CISA^A. 
Kawartha and COSSA, we qualified most of tin 
team for OFSA.A and had a great time. Thumbs up 
to the coaches as you are the backbone of our team 
Lastly, if you ever find yourself in a situation when 
\ou don't know what to do, just do what has alw ay- 
worked for me: blame Jess Green. 



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Lrin Havter was an integral part of 
this year's team. 

Champs! 

Roddy and his follower.s. 

They're definitely up to something 

Shalini and Monique...berore they 
realize how hard Nordic is. 



Coach; Mr i l.u 
C'aplaiiiN: () Cialf, I> NVwiiiaii 
M\P:0 (ialr. 11 N.wniaii 



iii^Mji- .stjiia^h. what li» >a_\ at)oia cin MaM-ii 
throughout the season there were many ilel'eats. 
and we managed to win a couple ol" game this 
time around!. Gale had a good season; howcxcr. 
lie did lose to a \2 year old. Newman was the onh' 
female on the team. Campbell improved immcnsiK, 
proving his three quarter court skills in the filial 
tournament. Ward had a stellar season managing 
to lie giH>d as.set to the team. Wootton is miw better 
than his brother Murray finished tile season « itii 
a gcK>d end g-ame and kept bis liair in impeccable 
form. Genesis found his true twin, and Oixon lost 
to a grade s. All in all, a good season. We tririt, 
and trietl and although we had few victories, \\r 
did manage to have fun! Good times, good friemis. 
good squash 




Back Row (I. to R): C I'liiinmcr, P. (Jenesiv 

Middle Row (L to R); .Mr. Hay B. Murray.!. Leavitt, .Mr. Wright 

Front Row (L to R): J Wootton, D. Newman, O. Gale, R. Ward. S. Camjiln- 





Clockwise from top left: 

Ben Cilassco makes a good shot. 

Paul Dixon going for a low shot. 

Fiitun- BS player.s. 

Ciale and Newman were amazing 
captains. 

Mr, l-"ordvce shares his wisdom. 



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t ojlll: Mj. C .Hill roll 
I a|>lain: Ci Hullii- 
M\'P: •^ M.nliii 



Back Row (1. to R); 1' Kkkl. 1) Koulii. 1' (.iom-. P, (MlK-spic, B, Mcntarl^iiu- 
Middle Row (L to R); Mr. Caiiieroii, S. Martin, G. Parker, D. Morri.son, Mr W'riglit 
Front Row (L to R): D. Piccini, R. McGregor, G. Bathe, S. Gianone 



I 111' lli.l|iillU 111 "111 tr.lMI VM-rc llr^l tllMC 

|iliiyers. Yet. this years players drinonstrated 
Minie phenomenal squash playinji;. It was a 
1 (impititive season and we were ahle to prove our 
iliilities to other schools. Compared to last year. 
uhen I.ittlcside didn't even make a dent in the 
rankings, we pulled otV a v"' place finish in our 
C'lSAA championships. We played as a team and 
I luouraged each other on and off of the courts. 
Along w ith Bibo's inside jokes about e\ery member 
lit the team, there were great times had amongst 
all of the players. Some of the conmion names 
that could be heard around the courts may include: 
Mv Man, Bibs, Lunchbox. Sam Martin (who's 
ilating my sister). The Basher, Becca, F'arker. Bin, 
Blake, Martin, Phil, 1 lamir and David. There were 
constant competitions and ladder matches between 
a select few over the course of the season. We 
as a team would like to thank Mr. Cameron for 
taking the time with each and e\ery one of us to 
help us learn to develoj) the skills in the game. We 
appreciate all the hard work and effort you l)a\e 
shown towards helping us improve our games and 
dexelop a to\c for it. 







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WTEE SPORTS AlfeED 



.ittleside Hoc 



Tho IVtor CaniphoU Trophy - MVP 
The Bouklen Trophy 

- Most Df.scr\ing 

Bi gside Bo ys Hockey 

The J.W. Kerr Tropliy - MVP 
The R.U' Goodall 

- Most Deser\iiig 
The V Baranov Trophy 

- Top Scorer 

Bierside Girls Hockev 



The McCaughey Cup - MVP 
The Brian Proctor Cup 

- Dedication 
The Stroud Cup- MI P 



Littleside Basketball 

Tlie D. Hadley Armstrong Cup - MVP 

Middleside Basketball 

The Coaches Award 



Bigside Basketball 

The Jim Kerr Trophy - Leadership 
The John W. Barnett Trophy - MVP 



Littleside VoUevball 



The Coaches Award 
Bierside VoUevball 



Tlie Feddery Cup -• ■ 

- Most Deser\ing 
The Coaches Award - Leadership 

Littleside Squash 

The Arnold D. Massey 

- Most Promising 
The Ernest Howard Trophy 

Bi gside Squash 

The Ron Reynolds Trophy 
The Phillip Ketchimi Aw ard 

- Outstanding Contribution 
The Charles F. Bidlen Trophy - MVP 



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Tlie Danielson Trophy 

- Littleside Boys 
The Housemasters Cup 

- Littleside Girls 
The Pat Osier Trophy 

- Best Swimmer 



Jared MuUane 
Ryan McCurdy 



Brock Dcighton 
E\an Crocker 

Nick Brennan 



Sara Gallagher 
Jocelyn Murphy 
Sam Currie 
Meg Herod 



Jarryd Ray 



Gregg Mandeville 



Greg Gorman 
Marco Carey 



Marissa Rebane 



Candice Shaw 



Brenna Swift 



Greg Bathe 



Sam Martin 



Paul Dixon 
Diana Newman 

Diana Newman 
Oliver Gale 



Nick Topolie 
Zack Zeiler 
Zoe Zeiler 

Alex Mazar 



The Scbastien Goulet Trophy 

- Leadership 

Nordic 

The Geale-Hobbs Aw ard - Determination 

- Midget 
The Andrus Vasila Cup 

- Junior 
The Sifton Cup 



Full Bigside Colour Winners 

Shalini Aggarwal 
Kristin Anderson 
Julia Bakker 
John Becker 
Ardith Birchall 
Thalia Bock 
Laura Bolton 
Nick Brennan 
Robyn Brophy 
J.D. Brown 

Marc-Andre Chagnon 
Steven Campbell 
Marco Carey 
Jason Carfagnini 
Michelle Churchman 
Samantha Currie 
Brock Deighton 
Joelle Desjardins 
Emily Dewsbury 
Phillipe Cordeau 
Andrew Dickson 
Paul Dixon 



Justine Frostad 
01i\er Gale 
Sara Gallagher 
Matt Carton 
Phil Genesis 
Matt Gentles 
Greg Gorman 
Rebecca Gregory 
Meredith Hambrock 
Erin Hayter 
Erin Hawkins 
Meg Herod 
Matt Herod 
Jess Hornung 
Dylan Johnston 
Anthony Kelamis 
David Kim 
Amanda Knowles 
Karen Lam 



Alex Mazar 
Amanda Knowles 



Alexander Brown 

Rachelle Krause 

Roddy Purzner 
Erin Hayter 



Joele Lang 
Alex Mazar 
John Craig McEachine 
Daisy Miers 
'Marcus Mitcliell 
John Morrison 
Dan Moulton 
Jocelyn Mur|)hy 
Brett Murray 
Diana Newman 
Andrew Oatway 
Adam Petty 
Lindsay Pollard 
Eraser Pollard 
Roddy Purzner 
Leila Raphael 
Mary Richards 
Mario Rodriguez 
Rebecca Rowen 
Lucy Sands 
Myriani Sa\aria 
Candice Shaw 



Ben Shirreff 
Ian Smart 
Brenna Swift 
Andrew Tirelli 
Sophie Thomas 
Jane Thuss 
Matt Trott 
Brendon Watts 
Ray Ward 
Kelsey Wilcox 
Meaghan Wilcox 
Jesse Wooton 
Clarissa Wong 



DISTllCTIOl 





KRISTIN ANDERSON - HOCKEY 



SARA GALLAGHER - HOCKEY 





MARCO CAREY - BASKETBALI 



BRENNA SWIFT - VOLLEYBALL 





DIANA NEWMAN - SOUASH 



RODDY PURZNER - NORDIC 




ALEX MAZAR -.SWIMMING 



NICK TOPOLIE - S WIMMING 



(.'oailii-.v.Mr- Hall. Mr 1 l.i\ u 
Captain: V. Crixkor 
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riu- lir>t \\ tins war «.!-•. iiruliuilurillv oiumiI lli. 
Ivltir riiijhv ti'ains in rwoiit liistDry at TC'S. l)i'S|)it»' 
!>a\intca rwonl of J-J through the regular si-ason, 
this vears siiiiail was one of the top ten in Ontario. 

iHiiial or not. But when it came down to it. our 
plaver.s made it happen on the field. The tbrwanl- 
had the In-st scruni play in the league, pu.shirii; 
l>ack all our opponents. \Vc had strong runner- 
\\ ho would always gain meters, and had great ruck 
l>all which led to sonic beautiful continuity in tin 
Kackline. where we had some of the most skilled 
players. Also the South African and .\ustrali;iii 
exchange students contributed greatly to the sidi 

fhe .season started out with a pair of exhibitn'ii 
ijanies which we won iiiiite handily. .And we 
progressed from there. In the C'ISIRT tournainent 
liiis year we repeated a third place finish. In our last 
C"Jme of the season we pulled off a xery tight win 
.igainst Ridley w ith Nick Brennan making a penalty 
with less than thirty seconds to play. .Another 
notable moment in the game was Ciraham Bigg.ir s 
try that he ran from half through all the opposition 

This year's season was nothing short of exception.il 
and it was the guys w ho made the team. Their wm 1, 
on the field showed to us all that Trinity's First X\ 
was among the best. And in Mr. Hall's last seasnii 
w ith Trinity, we wish him the best. 




Back row (I to r): (i Mandeville, K. Zadan. H. Honda. 15. Deighton, .\. C'oiiyers. M. Mitchell..!. Wootton 
Middle row (1 to r): Mr. Hayter, A. Kessaraiii. C Plumer. T. Yue, C. Sage, R. Dillctte, .\. Fla\ell, B. Watts, (i 
Biggar. C. Brown. Mr. Hall. Mr. Wright 
Front row (I to r): K Thorpe, J. De Siha, N. Brennan. E. Crocker, B. Shirretf. P. Cordeaii, N. Thorpe 





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Mr. Robling, B. Glas 


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S. Shevlen, 


L. Delien. B. 


Murray, 


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Tirell 


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Pink, 


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Back row (1 to r): .\I C'hiirchinan. T, Woiid, D. Kwan, W. Canmi, A. Zwaivcli, J. Mit'rackeii, I Chase, .1, Pici)\, 

T- Da\ Is, ,1. C'hin-\'oii, D. Horden-Gibbings 

Middle row (1 to r): Mr Keiser, J. She\len, , D. Piccini, S. Casgrain, T. Weiss, C. Selby, G. ^■oung, S. Martin, D. 

Kourkoutis, .\. Brown, Mr Hay, Mr Wright 

Front row (1 to r): N. Issar, S. Edmonds, S. Gianone, R. Kay, R. McCiirdy, R. Bethel, P Gillespie, N.Topolie, A. 

Trnedi, Ci. Cecil-Cockwell 



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I ml. 1 ih.' ...niiol ,,t K.iblingand Stewns, ilic .\1mI- 
illeside Rebels had a great season. With strung liard 
hitting t()r\vards and our quick and skilled backs, 
\\i- were able to deleal many "I "ur opponents quite 
handily. With MVP, Storm Pink, at .scrum-halt and 
Pollard at fly-hall', we were able to get the ball out 
thniugh the hands to solid runners such as Lister, 
.Mi>iiltoii, Murray, Yue and Brimsmcad. This coni- 
I lined with the hard drives of Tirelli, McCartney. 
Muiison, Morrison, and with support of all the 
tiir\\ards led the rebels to many scoring opportuni- 
ties. Our record was 'J-1-2. With solid deft'ats of 
Kiiyal St. George's and Crescent and a hard fought 
liattle to tie Holy Trinity we were able to ensure a 
|)la\()fl" sjjot. Although the season ended one game 
short of" the cliainpionship in a loss to Lakefield, it 
could still be called a successful one. The Rebels 
had a lot of heart and always played to the end. 
Captains Pollard and Lister want to thank the boys 
tor a great season and thank Robling and Stevens for 
another great year 



Coach: .Mr. Hay 

Captains: R Bethel, P. CiiUespie 



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Littlesiile Rugby s Jiiot season «as a memorable 
one. We had many different characters on the team, 
like the oh .so dirty Rat King, and the e\er so porky 
(ieo. During every game we gave it our all, but 
iintortunately we came 3"' in the season with 8 teams 
competing. After 4 exhibition games we had our 
tirst league game against UCC. We played a strong 
hrst half but then collapsed in the second. UCC 
ended up winning which lowered our confidence 
Ijiit did not break our spirits. With lots of energy 
we went into our second league game with Royal 
St. George's College and came out victorious, 32- 
0. Tlien after an exhibition game against Lakefield 
College we played a league game against them and 
also came out %ictorious, 4t>0. After that, we played 
Crescent for the playotTs and tied against them, .'i- 
') Howe\er, since we had more points than they 
during the season, w'e advanced to the playoffs. 
Our first game of the playoffs was against Appleby 
College. They proved to be a formidable adversary, 
and they won the game in the end which meant the 
season for TCS was o\er To the little dudes next 
year, good luck. 

Si-e you in two years!!! Bethel and CiiUespie 



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C'oacht's; Ms, C'ollm.s. Mr. (.'.iiiii'iitn 
Captains: K I'alnur. .1. W'illiains 
MVP: I) Mi,.~ 



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lM;;M.ii- (.111- Hui;l>\ liail a tun srasoii this war' 
I'll tlu' siiipiisf ot all coMsiilerini!; the tact that v\<- 
only had iiiiif rotiirning players, we actually soireil 
a lew tries. Major credit goes to Daisy Miers tor 
this, as she scored over 90% of our points. Throui;!! 
cold rainy days, rolled ankles, dislocated shmiKli is, 
coinitless bruises and a few gruelling Saturday 
morning fitness practices, we all managed to 
|K'rsc\ere, ha\e a good time, and gro« into a rc;il 
team. Thanks to Mr Cameron, our new coach, «i 
learned that the rules of" touch rugby are made up 
as you go, that "five yards " can mean one fbotsiip 
or ten. and that we're all really bad at Kreni li 
Thanks also to Ms. Collins, who ke[>t us attemptiiii; 
"u|>-and-unders" with her perfect demos e\erv time 
and w ho was always patient w ith us as we scrambled 
lor grubbers. 0\erall, from "Get low!" to the "Porn 
star" stretch, we made every practice enjoyable and 
laugh-tilled. With our two MVPs, Daisy Min s 
and Karen Palmer, returning next year, the te^ini 
is sure to succeed even more in the future. Cioo.i 
luck, girls! Thanks! 




Back row (1 to r): C. Cioiulosih. .\ liiiil. I) Muis. I. Cli.i|.ni;iii. N. Dodd, S. Ternu-i. S ^•.llK.■/l,lll. H. .M>Coniu\. 1\ 

I'.ilimr 

Middle row (1 to r): Mr. Cameron, Ms. Collins, C Leung, B. deSilva, K. Rink. I. Willianis. K. Dagg, J. Kurtze, M 

I'ahifgat, Mr Wright 

Front row (1 to r): .M. Churchman. L. Richter, S. Lee, H. Kim. K. Frackow lak, L. I lavter, V Rutherford. M. Clarke, .1, 

F|mM;„I a 1.,.,. 





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( o.kIk'S: Mi I ..M.'iy Mi lUlllJillnll 

t .ijicjiiis: I MiKailuilc. I). Newman. C. Sylvesttr 



Back row (1 to r): M Ma\ nard. J, Kavaiult-r, W. Cook. S. Bosv. C. Svl\ester. J. McKailinie. 1> Berj;. .1, Br>\\ii. 
S Warrt-n, J, 'rhus>. S Kirki>atrick. M. Horotl. M. Baltour 

Middle row (I to r): Mr. Hamilton. S. Bourgeois. L. Topolie. C. Sanciiez. A. McLaughlin. K. Gregory. S. 
DrCitei-, 1). Newman. K. Mastinesk-Payne. A. Kani. Mr. Feddcry. Mr. Wright 

Front row (1 to r): Ms. Valois, A. Gulka, A. Frackowiak. C. Colonneaux. V .MacBain. O. Bannock. M. Kursell. 
r \l, I :i,l,l,.., W Kr;,v,.r C Sr.-v.-n. (' van Keek, -n 



I )rr;uns are hke I iimhow s, oiil\ i. In its i luise lliefu' 
lorluriately. you did not try out! Thanks to Flly 
C'ajnpioni and Scott Feddery who embraced the 
SiMiior Rowing Team as if it were their own 
clnldren. Memorable tokens to be remembered 
by all w ill be such things as: Christmas trees, JBF, 
('re.i|)er, midgets. BINGO! Kankles, 'open' class. 
Miiunier teeth, 'you are now in the warm up area' 
( liasing and hitting' Geese, F"roto. your best is 
jiisi not good enough, it keeps getting stuck, and "i 
lo\e you ". On a brighter note, it you liH)k like you 
row-you arc going to conic last! TCS rowing has 
rnanv acconiplishments with the senior women and 
men !■+ coming first at the Peterborough Kegalta 

I'lie Senior. Men's pair of JC McKachnie and Cam 
Syh ester coming third at the CSSRA's, TCS's first 
nun's medal in over ten years! Before this season. 
\u- knew how to row. but Elly and Scott ga\e us 
iliunity. confidence and like skills that we will 
I lurish for life. All the best to the future of the 

IIS rowing program and remember — Vou will 
iMt die... just row! — 




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1 Ins was .1 VI .ir I'l i<-l)iilkllM_t; li>i-|X'SliaM-l)all; w illi 
all hut linir starins i;iailiiatini; last year, tlio team 
was li'tt with a lot til" key positions to fill, espccialU 
tliat of catcher since Ji Soo decided to roll his aiiKK 
early in the season. We were blessed with se\ci,il 
s;reat new additions that helped till many of those 
ipips. The oiittield was aiichorcil hy Dong Kawcett 
in centre, and was well supported with Brogan, 
.\lexiou and Tuoinineni. The infield was filled witli 
versatile plaver.s. wlu) were calletl ujion many tiiin ^ 
to play new positions in order to fill a g;ip. Heturniii^ 
players played a key role in this year's team. Bn ii 
Muraki played a solid second base and his speed vs.i'- 
niily comparable to that of Sabhy l-Vye. Ian Snui i 
proved that he always has the green light to sw ini;. 
even with a ,S-0 count; and, Morrison threw three 
more complete games to earn himself the title ot 
a stallion pitcher. Jason Lee taught the team the 
[iroper way to say "Chocolate Milk." Devin Brown 
w as a great player off the bench, Phil CJrove earnet I 
himself the title of clutch hitter, and, Alex Brown 
broke Smart's record for most jiracticcs missed in 
one season. Traiigs is the hardest working man in 
baseball, his tireless efforts never go iinnoticcti liy 
his players; and, TL's love and respect for the game 
of baseball was evident in many of his inspiring 
[lost giune speeches. 







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Back row (I to r): Mi rnmunit. Mr l.,lll^t..^l, Mr lln,,pei. Mr Wright 

Middle row (I to r): .1 Brogan. M, .\lexioii, D. Brown, D. Kawcett, A. Brown, (j. Holmes, S. I- rye, .1. iiuiminei 

Front row (1 to r): .1 Lee, B. Muraki, D. Kim, J. Morrison, L Smart, D. Kawcett, P. Grove 





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COaiht's: Mt <iiul Mis. I'ctsUii 
C jptaiiis: I. Trim & S. Ciirrii- 
\I\1': I. Ililli \ S Cinri, 




Back row (1 to r): M HainbriKk, .1. Hi^niung, K- Wilcox. A. Caruana, K, Pandit 

Middle row (1 to r): Mr Tavlor. (.'. Wong. K. Burnhani. C, Parris, L. Wong. S. Dejong, Mrs. Taylor. Mr. 

Wnglu 

Front row (1 to r): S. Johnson. .A. Smith. S. Ciirrie. L. Trim, J. Robertson, S. Gallagher 



This \<ar once again Higsulc (oiN Sollliall li.i.l 
another imdeti-ated season. With eight retiirmng 
jilavers, and "Doiihle T" coaching, the season limki-d 
promising from the start. Forlimately. the team 
also gained ten R)okies who completed our stellar 
I ineup. The team's success tar exceedetl the ex|X'Cteil 
« hen we beat Branksome Hall ^7-<) in the second 
game. The remainder of the year wa.s no exception, 
ijeatingall of our competition handily. Much of our 
success can be accredited to our coache.s, Mr and 
Mrs. Tavlor, as well as the unfaltering efforts of all 
the girls. With the support of the TCS coniniuinty. 
our championship game, hosted at TCS, was a 
cheering success. Facing the "dreaded" Ha\ ergal, we 
tinishcd the season with an I 1-1 victory. The team 
«i)uld like to thank our manager Kruti tor all her 
help this term in supporting the team. The season 
was awesome girls! 

Good luck to all the returt)ing players next year! 
- Sam and Laura 





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C lockwise from top left: 
No one could stop Sam 

Laura & Kalie in their stylish sports 

wear 

CISA.\ Champs! 

It's all smiles from Emily, Charlotte, 
Anva & Lauren. 

Lauren looking mean... grrr.. 








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t'l>al■lu■^: Mi K.iIkii. Mr, Clii iM 
C\iptain: .1. D(hUI 
MVP: I. Mil-ollaiHl 



Siartiiii; out tlii;. scasun uiih only I'im- rc-uiriiiiii; 
pl.iytTs, sewn players wlio hail iu'\or plavotl hetoic 
aiul six players coiniiiij up Ironi Littleside, Bi^Mtle 
Soecer needed a little hit ol' practice. Our team \\ .i> 
leil l)v great ex|K-rtise. ha\ ing oiii' three coaches. N I r 
RolH'rt. Mr. Christ ami K. Ozaki. Bigside Soccer « iv 
able to inipro\e steadily o\er the season. Aloni; 
with the amazing coaching, the \eterans of tin- 
team took charge in tough games, never gi\ing up 
until it was o\er. B. Swift and C. Shaw were liotli 
amazing in net and showed great skill against roui;li 
oji[>onents. N. .lohns, .1. Dodd and E. Dewsburv were 
the tiiUback power houses antl stoi)ped lialls \\nh 
ease. L. McLelland, K. .\nderson and B.Koxmii 
all played each giime with heart and encouragnl 
all team-mates to do the same. The speedsters 
«ho all played t'orwaril were K. Wilcox, I.. Konv;. 
S Kavandar. M. McDonald and R. Buchwalil H 
Brophy. .V. Knowles and M. Dersnah all had grr;it 
contributions to the team and improved greatl\ 
throughout the season. L. Bolton and C. Tropci. 
both injured, enthusiastically cheered on our icjin 
throughout the season. The season ended an. I 
the Bigside Soccer team had grown into a higiil\ 
reputable team with an astounding bond between 
tile players and the coaches. 




H.ui, row (1 to r): K ( )/.il,i. K Wilcox, B Swilt. R Brophy, L. Bolton, C". Shaw, K. .Anderson 

Middle row (I to r): Mr, Hobrrt, L. McLelland, R. Rowen, R. Buchwald, .\. Knowles, M. Dersnah, Mr 

Christ, Mr Wright 

Front row (I to r): \ .lohn, L, Fong, J. Dodd, E. Dewsburv. M. Mc Donald, C, Tropea, S. Kavander 




Bigsidi- (iirls Soccer -JCHM-. 

rile nu(tmparable Robert and Christ 

Becca aiul .Meg using tlu'ir skills to 
^■ontiise their opponents. 

I,. It Right, -Lett .Right.Lelt, 



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Back row (1 to r)i ti. Reul, K C'ho, S. Murray. M. Rfbaiie. S. Swift. E. Botrii-. M. IVnisqiiia 

Middle row (1 to r): R. .latler. .Mr Rainsav. F Tiirreiit-P'oiiseca, .1. Cliapniaii. .1. .McGresor. M. Robbiiis. .\. 

Holnu's. .\. Cameron, Ms. Pain. Mr Wriglit 

Front row (I to r): L. lie Robina. .1 Baliker. M Ricliards. M. Bauer. .\. Mathieson. M. Herod 




Back row (1 to r); C Park. E. Fij.lilock. 1^ Ciadd. M. Sander. D. JolmMon, M. RLidriguez. .\. Colonneaiix 
Middle row (1 to r): .Mr Thornton. K. Geale, X. Thompson-Walker. G. Bathe. J. McCracken. K. Chan. .\, 
P.isternak. A. Kashyap. Ms Menzies, .Mr Wright 
Front row (I to r): D. Garcia. M. Wilcox. L. Stevenson, T. Buck. .\. Maclsaac, .A. Oatway. -\. Fung 



Cojihes: Ms i'.iin. Mi ItuiiiNav 




Captains: J Bakkir, A. Malliiesoii 




M\l»: 1 \K(;.VL,n.i-. .1 Cli-t|Hiun. M Kr 


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I Mii\-li\e- goals tor. three ag'amst. ten \Mn^. /< :.. 
losses, seventeen determined girls, i coaches ... the 
Ixst Littleside Girls Soccer team in TCS history: 
priceless. Our team consisted ot two aggressixe 
goalies, .Vlary Richards and .\likel Bauer, «lio 
had shut-outs on countless occasions. Protecting 
them was no easy det'ensi\e line to get through 
(which any team rarely did) that included Andy 
.Mathieson, Lucia de Robina, .\li Cameron and 
Jamie McGregor. Our midfielders, Julia Bakker, 
Cienna Held, Stephanie Murray, Meg Herod, Kandy 
Clio and .\lison Holmes, worked hard setting up 
the plavs. Ot course these plays wouldn't have 
worked if it weren't tor our die-hard goal scorers 
Ml forward, .Marissa Rebanc, Jessica Chapman. 
Slianrion Sw itt. Michaela Robbins and Erin Botrie. 
This amazing .season would not have been ^x>ssihle 
w iihout our three managers. Fernando, Melchor and 
Rahlm. and our outstanding coaches, Mr Kamsay 
and .Ms. Pain. We wanted to especially thank Ms. 
Pain for her dedication to the Littleside Girls Soccer 
program o\er the past few years. Good luck w ith 
\oiir ad\entures next year, and we will miss you. 
Tliank vou. ladies, for an amazing season again! 



Couches: .Mr Fordvcc, .Ms. .Menzies, .Mr riioriiton 
M\P: G. Bathe 



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liii sure Track had a great season. We lieard 
many of their accomplishments in Chapel. It was 
untortimate that more people couldn't go out and 
support them. ..since none of their races were 
ill tuallv at Trinity. I'm sure some people qualified for 
(.)FS.\.A. I'm sure they did very well. But. you see I 
w ouldn't know for sure since 1 didn't do Track. But 
since I didn't get a write-up from the Track team 
1 just ha\e to make some stuft' up and fill space. 
Congratulations to everyone on the Track team and 
thanks for making me do this write-up! 



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foacli: Ml \\ l.iu- 

C';i|itains: A Kclaiiiis. I. Mathiisim 



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riiiN Years Hn;siilr Bins l'<■^lll^ u-.iin Ii.kI ..mi. ill 
((uito a sikx'fsstul season. Tlie learn this year li.t'f 
a mix i>r players trom a \ariety of countries. 1 iu 
team liail players from Saudi Araliia, CJermany. 
Canada, Korea. Barbados, and China. Our sinijles 
players includetl one returning player from last 
year's team and two new strong additions. Tlic xko 
doubles teams had a mix of returning pliiyers aiul 
some new strong additions. The season starteil nIV 
with some very close matches against top tennis 
schools. Crescent and UCC. On our last matrh 
day. we managed to upset Royal St. CJeorge's with 
some suixrb w ins bv our doubles and singles teams 
Bv beating Royal St. George's, we moved on to 
the C1S.\.\ Championship 'lournament win ic 
the top eight teams met for the CIS.'X.X title. .\s ;i 
team, we plavetl our best tennis ever antl this \\;is 
shown through strong wins in both lioubles aiul 
singles We would like to thank Coach White ami 
Coach I'owles for a great season! Next year's team 
looks promising with a large amount of playirs 
returning. 





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Back row (1 to r): Mrs. Powles. C, Sainli-rx M. Koskoxa. T Sohowalt-. L. Kaphatl, A. (>raiKl. N I'lf 


. \h 


Wnoiit 




Front row (1 to r): J Beriibeck. J. Lang. B. Towle, C. Conyers, E. Foster, M. Mitchell, M. Savaria 





I :.< unnis M-ason startetl nut \Mtli inanv proiiiiMii^ 
|>iij|)lc trying out, and »e ended up ivith a u inning 
team. Our singles were led by K. Foster, who could 
play with the best in her league, and frustrated her 
opponents with her tireless match play. C. Conyers 
was a sight to watch on the court and outplayed th*- 
fjest of them, resulting in a winning season. Slu- 
went on to capture the CISAA title for her di\ ision 
A. Grand \yas also a \'aluable part of the team 
despite her toenail injuries. Our doubles teams were 
led by the duo of M. Savaria and B. Towle. The\ 
also went on to capture the CISAA title despite 
llieir constant attempts to kill each other with balK 
on the court. C. Sanders and T. Sobowale were an 
amazing partnership and each complemented the 
other's skills, leading to many successful matches 
throughout the season. Although they were unabU- 
to compete with us in the CISSA championships, 
thanks must go to the sub players: J. Lang, S. Petro. 
M Koskova, and M. Mitchell. Thanks nuist also 
go to Mrs. Pow les for her dedication and support 
of the team. Good luck to all those returning next 
year. -bring home the plaque again! 



CO 





Clockwise from top left: 
Temilola's \ ictory stance. 
C'aitlin about to let loose. 

- 10 says Mvriani bit Britta on this 

>iie. 

.\shely... before she broke her toenail 

Emily was a major force on the 

team. 



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C'liarli: Mr White 



l.> I'l'Miiis had an imiTt-Nlmi; why TIu- mm^- 
started out » itii Iwrt'ly enouijli ii( lis to make a tram 
Not «i' still maiiapt'd to pull togetluT as one aiui play 
vonie pHxl matchos tliroiiglioiit tlir year. Oiir skills 
improMiJ dramatically and it was iliie ill large part 
to out coaches, Mr White and Mrs. Po» les. TliaiiK- 
lor all your help and supj«irt. 1 am sure that we \m 1 1 
continue to succeed next year as well. 



Coaches: 1) Si,iieli, J. i^rexo.sl. .\. Ma^ar- 

Strongest Wrist: C. Sylvester 

Daisy Picker .\\vard: J. Leavitt 

Most Dedicated Playen -A Mazar 

Madd Skillz: K. Ozaki 

The ".Ml Go & No Show" Award: J. Prevost 

Most Shagalicious: D. Scliell 

Ciong Show .\ward: C: Iv 



Another year has come and gone and so ha\e the 
(lite of Trinity's Bigside Ultimate Frisbee squad 
.\t the top tier of the School's athletes, you will 
find none other than these fine young gentlemen 
Battling the conditions, Dan The Trap' Sclull, 
.\lex The Muscle' Mazar, Jean-Marc 'Wheels 
Prevost, Gerry 'The Magician' Kuo, Joel 'Orange 
Sandles' Leavitt, Cam Sidewinder' Syhester. Kento 
Kamikaze" Ozaki, "Ranger" Rishi Bhargava, and 
-lohn "Wolverine"' Morrison all held their own 
hammering, flicking, and even discus throwing 
ihc Krisbee. In competition, Les Boys were in 
their prime. They went undefeated, crushing tin- 
Bulldogs, the Gryphons, and doing away with the 
Day students with a professionalism rarely seen in 
amateur sport. We"d like to thank our inspiration. 
Frank: we lo\e you. To those who arent mm ing 
on to brighter terraces and still ha\e years left on 
the Bigside team, the Grads want to remind you ol 
the maxim to be recited before every outing: /•'m «>. 
Intensity; Comfmsure, Just giver till shes done, boys. 
No matter how much bling you I* up against, stay 
true to yourself because if you ain't reprcsentin' 
then you frontin'. Such is the way of the disc. 




Back 


TOW 


(1 


to r): 


Ml 


White, C. Byrne, 


M 


Tremblay, C 


Hermman 


L. Greiche, N 


Wong, 


Mrs 


Pow 


les 


Mr 


Wrm 


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From 


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(1 


to r 


: K. 


Park. N Bauer. K 


"^'eom. M Tsui. 


B Hur, M. 


Paul 
















Back Row (I to r): C Syhester, .\. .Mazar. (i huo. .\ 
Front Row (r to r): .1. lA'avitt, K. Ozaki. .1. Prevost 
Absent: .1 Morrison 



Brinsiiifail. i.) Sciu-li. K. Hharg.na 



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( .iptjiii: M rrt)lt 

M\ I' M I mil 



Back m« (1 to r): K Ah.ui.l. A Nutt.ill. ,1 «:iv. R. MacGregor. S ILnlara 






Middle row (1 to r): Mr McCord, H Mitthc-ll, C. Gomez, T Kraumaiil.s. R Bli 


irga\ , 


. 11, Sabnani, R Ward, 


Mr Lar^f. Mr \\'rii;lit 






E rorit row (1 to r): N Swan. A. George-John. M Trott. .A Petty. J Gentles. 







1 Inn ^i. I si III I LIS Ikcii a \erv good IMH' \\r lust si. Ill, 

^ .ilu.iUle players last year tjul we also gained s*inu 
\\i- liad a good all round team llial was eager to win 
We won ti\e oi" our six games except lijr tnir last 
wliidi left us as co-cliainpions with L'CC. It was a 
lerrilic season that couldn't have liap|K'Med » itlioui 
t< rrific coaches. They were always heliind the team 
gi\ ing ad\ ice and everything they could to do to help 
ii iw ard the success ot the team. We were able to Ix-ai 
M .\ndrews College very easily tw ice. It was nice to 
lieat the team since they are a triple .AAA school ol 
all hoys and usually beat us up in other s|X)rts. We 
enjoyed each other's company at practices, bus rides 
and at Roti. I would like to give a special thanks to 
the manager.s, Sarah Hodara and Kristi .XlKJud, who 
undertook the job of doing the statistics which ai 
limes can prove to be a complicati'd and tediousjitb 
We wanted to bring home the championship and wi 
did - not exactly how we wanted it. hut we did. .\ 
\erv big thanks to .Mr Large and .Mr .\fcCord for 
.1 spectacular season. 

\ll the best to Mr McCord who i.s moving on to 
■ iher things. Good luck with next season! 

Matt Trott 



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Clockwise tVoni t*)]) left: 

Pettv's airborne. 

Rolling up the red capet... 

rhe w hole team after a w inning 
L^ame. 

Ill rvd using his skills for.. .sleeping. 

\IV1' Matt Trott. 



This page is proudly sponsored bv Otto & Carol Lee Trott 



C'ojcli 


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Captains: J 


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I.S. 


WiiliiuT 


M\P: 


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IllUT 



riu- Jiiol rniHt\ uolt warsiartfiloul with it yn ,ii 
di'al ot eiuliusiasni. Tin" team comprised sonu 
ixporit'iiccil veterans and talented ne\vconur> 

Phe Junior Boys team placed sixth at C'ISAA this 
>eason with our two top players. Blayne and Scotty. 
both shooting low rounds of 7;'i. Cam. Corey and 
Sam Oh. our three newest players, inipro\ cd greatly 
throughout the season. .-\s well. Jonesy, Zwarych 

sideburns' and Walker kept us laughing at e\ery 
tournament. The Senior Boys team placed lo" at 
CISA.\s. The Bird' Man had some low rounds and 
shared the captain's position w ith Sam. Bigside Boys 
had some great memories... both Meek and Riezkc 
kept oiu- conversations li\ ely 'Tan Man' Baiiik: iiin 
wardrobe! Dominic, stay away from those doiuit-' 
.\nd Sasha's time around the corner. The Tt s 
Girls team took second at the CIS.^.-\'s. Heatlur 
continued to impro\e her game c\cry tournament 
Sam won all her tournaments with a i over ~:< 
to capture the title of top female. The coaclu-s 
had to put up with had weatlier, some stray golf 
balls, and an energetic bunch of golfers, but tlicy 
survived. Thank you very inuch for your help. -Mi 
Hodges and Mr. Keycs. '\bur advice and consistent 
encouragement was greatly appreciated. Good h)ck 
to our graduating and returning students next year 
Keep on sw inging! 



Coaches: Mr, ti 



Mr GoerMii: 



.MiddlcMde Cricket definitely had a gnat -.cison 
Mr CJregg's know ledge of the game really show id 
through the players' skill. Most of the players had 
never plaved before, but they learned the game 
([uicklv- ^^*e had our ups and downs throughout the 
season. We managed to achieve close games but w ere 
not able to come up with any victories. Although 
we lost to little kids as tall as our waists, good 
sportsmanship w as alw ays present. Tom Large and 
ClitV W'hetung liad excellent batting in e\erv game. 
Brendan Coughlin. George Campbell, and Holdeii 
.\gnew-Pople showed skills as bowlers. Noah, the 
keeper" and acting Captain, was steady behind th( 
■-tumps. We enjoyed learning the game and lock 
tiirward to the '2005 season. 




Back row (1 to r): S. Muellicli, S. Oh, A. Walker, A. Zwarych, G. Harman 

Middle row (1 to r): Mr Hodges, D. Rietzke, G. Samson-Strecker, C. Beath. G. .lones, .Mr. Wright 

Front row (1 to r): H. Kellv C Walker, B. Kettlewell. S. Widmer, J. Bird, D. Serrao. S. Watson 




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Il row 


(1 


to r): 


M 


C 


oeriiig. 


N 


■\.ggar\\al. L. Kees-Spear. 


T 


Large 


B C 


oughlin. I). Koweii, Mr. 


Gregg, 


Ml 


W 


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It 






































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(1 


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B 


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Wlletl 


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Sa 


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iiii.N. 


De.sj 


irtlins 


11. .'\gnew 


-Pople 






( oaihfs: Mrs I ). u. Mr U. u 



Back row (1 tor): Mr 1).a\. I M.kDoiuII. K I;.,\i, i. Mi^ \).^^. Mr W i iL^i 
FYont row (1 to r): K. Lit-. 11, Lrt-. \' Coradiui. .1. Let-. 1. Kang 



1 he K<tiu-slnari team i^ .iiiotlui u .iin thai tJocMi < 
i^n rnouj;h ixposiire ai Triiiiiy, dia- to tlu* tact that 
ihcv do not compels on school grounds. Ilowcvi-r 
this team is ably handled by the Dew fiiniily. \%h" 
have hfCoMK* revurfd coaches. Tlie girls tiiiish ihi 
year with a renewed interest in K<|uestrian and a 
desire to succeed in all aspects. Thanks tor a great 
year everyone! 





C lockwise from top left: 

After a hard day of riding. 

\'irginia seems to be having fun. 

1 liosc horses sure are big... 

Cioing for a ride. 

Don't you normally jump over the 
fences? 




■PEIN^ 



Littleside Rugby 

The Alastair McDonald Trophy 



Peter Gillespie 



Bigside GoU 

Tile Bigside Golf Award John Bird 

The Treiiholnie Family Trophy Sam Widmer 



Middleside Rug by 

The Les Robling Trophy 

Bipside Bovs Rubev 



The Beck Trophy - Captain 
The Peter Kelly Bowl - Spirit 
The Mike Stevens Trophy - MVP 



BifiTside Girls Rucbv 



The Coaches Award 
Most Valuable Player 

Track & Field 

The Daniel Holmes Trophy 
The Sprinters Award 

The Hurdlers Aw ard 

The Darren Cunningham Trophy 

Bigside Cricket 

The Rev. J. Scott Howard Award 

- Captain 

The E.L. Currie Cup - Best Batsman 
The Cricket Challenge Trophy 

- Best Bowler 
The Old Boys Fielding Cup 

- Best Fielder 
The Seagram Cup - Spirit 

Bigside Softball 

The Coaches Award 
Most Valuable Player 



Bi gside Baseball 

The Most Valuable Player 
The J.M. Biggar Trophy 

- Leading Batter 
The J.S. Langford Trophy 

- Leading Pitcher 
Tile Rookie of the Year 

Littleside Golf 

Tiie Coaciies Award 



Storm Pink 



Evan Crocker 
E\an Crocker 
Ben Shirreff 
Robby Dillette 



Karen Palmer 
Daisy Miers 



James McCracken 
Amanda 
Colon neaux 
Greg Bathe 
Katie Simpson 



Matthew Trott 

Matthew Trott 
Alex George 
-John 
Ray Ward 

Matthew Trott 



Kali Burnham 
Sam Currie 
Laura Trim 



Doug Fawcett 
Ian Smart 

John Morrison 

Daniel Fawcett 



Blayne Kettlewell 



Littleside Boys Tennis 

The Coaches Award 



'' Bigside Boys Tennis 

The D.H. Hunter Trophy 
- # 1 Senior Player 

Littleside Girls Tennis 

The Coaciies Award 

Bigside Girls Tennis 

The # 1 Ladies Singles Award 
The Coaches Award 



Equestrian «**«■ 
Tiie StoUmeyer Trophy 



Littleside Soccer 

The Coaches Award - MVP 



The Coaches Award - Leadership 



Bigside Soccer 

The Da\id A. GatclifTe '72 Trophy 

- MVP 

The Gareth Jones Cup 

Rowing 

The Chapman Trophy 

- Top No\ice Oarswoman 
The Top No\ice Oarsman 

The Jim Ganley Cup 

- Top Junior Oarsman 
The McNamara Cup 

- Top Junior Oarswoman 
The Ned Hanlan Tropy 

- Top Senior Oarsman 
The Drew-Hobbs Trophy 

- Top Senior Oarswoman 
The Coxwain's Crown 



Martin Tsui 



Anthony Kelamis 



Natalie Wong 



Emily Foster 
Myriam Sa\aria 
Britta Tovvle 



Jenna MacDonell 
Hayley Lee 



Jessica Chapman 
Marissa Rebane 
Jamie McGregor 



Julia Bakker 
Andrea Mathieson 



Lesley McLelland 
Lesley McLelland 



Anna Frackowiak 

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Stefan Kirkpatrick j 
Wesley Cook 

Mallory Maynard 

r 

J 

JC McEacimie 
Cam Sylvester 
Diana Newman 

Mikaela Kursell 



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DISTllCTION AWARD 



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Full Bigside Colour Winners 












1 


Kristin Anderson 
John Becker 


Oliver Gale 
Sara Gallagher 


Andrew Oatway 
Karen Palmer 


Kelsey Wilcox 
Jennifer Williams 




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1 


1 


Graham Biggar 
Jolin Bird 


Alex George-John 
Jaime Gentles 


Adam Petty 
Jarryd Ray 


Clarissa Wong 
Jesse Wootton 






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Nick Brennan 
Alex Cahill 


Ashley Grand 
Nadine John 


Joey Robertson 
Rebecca Rowen 


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Amanda Cariiana 
Melanie Clarke 


Dylan Johnston 
Alex Jiiul 


Myriam Savaria 
Ian Smart 










Alex Conyers 
Caitlin Conyers 


Anthony Kelamis 
Juliet Kurtze 


Candice Shaw 
Nate Swan 


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Phil Cordeaii 


Ji Soo Lee 


Brenna Swift 


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Evan Crocker 


Allison Maclsaac 


Britta Towle 




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Samantha Ciirrie 


Ian Mathieson 


Laura Trim 




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Brock Deighton 
Robby Dillette 
Doug Fawcett 
Andrew Flavell 


Rachel McConney 
James McCracken 
Lesley McLelland 
Daisy Miers 


Matthew Trott 
Carolyn Tropea 
Ray Ward 
Samantha Widmi 


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Emily Foster 


John Morrison 


Emily Wilcox 




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EVAN CROCKER - RUGBY 



JOHN CRAIG MCEACHNIE & CAM 
SYLVESTER - ROWING 




SAM CURRIE - SOFTBALL 



SAM WIDMER - GOLF 




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napei Lnoir...u;ince...i3ig ji)iin.si)iis...Diipcr /....Jazz Band... 1 rinity \\ mcls...Jazz Voial....) Lam uraw ...!• i / i j nanu... 1 1 iniry 
Strings... Trinity Singers. ..Art. ..Performances. ..Arts Night. ..Ottke Hours. ..Tales from the Script. ..A Midsummers Night Dream... 

Godspell... Writing Competition.. .Chapel Choir. ..Dance. ..Big Johnsons. ..Super 7 lazz Band. ..Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal....'; Card 

Draw . . . F'W Y'i Band. . .Trinity Strings. . .Trinity Singers. . .Art . . . Performances. . .Arts Night .. .Otllcc Hours. . .Tales from the Script. . .A 
Midsummer's Night Dream...Godspell...Writing Competition... Chapel Choir... Dance... Big Johnsons... Super 7... .Jazz Band. ..Trinity 
Winds. . .Jazz Vocal. . ..'i Card Draw. . .FY/Y'i Band. . .Trinity Strings. . .Trinity Singers. . .Art. . .Performances. . .Arts Night. . .Otlice Hours. . . 
Tales from the Script. . .A Midsummers Night Dream. . .Godspell. . .Writing Competition... Chapel Choir. . .Dance. . .Big Joiinsons. . .SujK-r 

7 lazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ...5 Card Dra\v...FY/Y'i Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity Singers. ..Art. ..Performances... 

Arts Night. . .Oflice Hours. . .Tales from the Script. . .A Midsummer's Night Dream. . .Godspell . . .Writing Competition... Chapel Choir. . . 
Dance... Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...Jazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ...0 Card Draw...FY/Y'2 Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity 
Singers. . .Art. . .Performances. . .Arts Night. . .Oft'ice Hours. . .Tales from the Script. . .A Midsummer's Night Dream. . .Godspell . . .Writing 
Competition... Chapel Choir. ..Dance. ..Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...Jazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y2 
Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity Singers... Art... Performances... Arts Night... Ott'ice Hours... Tales from the Script... A Midsummer' .s 

Night Dream... Godspell... Writing Competition. ..Chapel Choir. ..Dance. ..Big Johnsons. ..Super 7 lazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz 

Vocal. . ..') Card Draw . . .FY/Y'i Band. . .Trinity Strings. . .Trinity Singers. . .Art. . .Performances. . .Arts Night. . .Office Hours. . .Tales fron; 
the Script... A Midsummer's Night Dream... Godspell... Writing Competition... Chapel Choir... Dance... Big Johnsons... Super 7... .Jazz 
Band. ..Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y'2 Band. ..Trinity Strings... Trinity Singers... Art... Performances... Arts 
Night... Office Hours... Tales from the Script... A Midsummer's Night Dream... Godspell... Writing Competition... Chapel Choir... 




Dance. ..Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...J: 
Singers... Art... Performances... Arts 
Competition. ..Chapel Choir... Danci 
Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity Sir 
Night Dream. . .Godspell. . .Writing < 
Vocal . . . ;> Card Draw . . . F Y/ Y<2 Band . 
the Script... A Midsummer's Night I 
Band... Trinity Winds... Jazz Vocal 
Night... Office Hours... Tales from 
Dance. ..Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...J: 
Singers. . .Art. . .Performances. . .Arts 
Competition... Chapel Choir... Dane 
Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity Sir 
Night Dream. . .Godspell . . .Writing < 

Vocal. ..5 Card Draw. ..FY/Y2 Band... j „ 

the Script... A Midsummer's Night Dream... Godspell... Writing Competition... Chapel CI 



They were so good, I could hardly wait 
to get out of there 
Lawrence If elk 



5and. . .Trinity Strings. . .Trinity 
^ht Dream. . .God.spell. . .Writing 
Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y<i 
om the Script... A Midsummer's 
izz Band... Trinity Winds... Jazz 
ight. . .Office Hours. . .Tales from 
. . Big Johnsons . . .Super 7 . . . .Jazz 
;rs . . . Art . . . Performances. . .Arts 
Competition... Chapel Choir... 
iand. . .Trinity Strings. . .Trinity 
rht Dream. . .Godspell. . .Writing 
Vocal... 5 Card Draw... FY/ Y2 
om the Script... A Midsummer's 
izz Band... Trinity Winds... Jazz 
ht. . .Office Hours. . .Tales f 
Dance. . . Big Johnsons. . .Super 7. . ..Jazz 



Band. ..Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y2 Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity Singers. ..Art. ..Performances. ..Arts 
Night... Office Hours... Tales from the Script... A Midsummer's Night Dream... Godspell... Writing Competition... Chapel Choir... 
Dance. ..Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...Jazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y2 Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity 
Singers. . .Art. . .Performances. . .Arts Night. . .Office Hours. . .Tales from the Script. . .A Midsummer's Night Dream. . .Godspell. . .Writing 
Competition... Chapel Choir... Dance... Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...Jazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y'i 
Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity Singers... Art... Performances... Arts Night... Office Hours... Tales from the Script... A Midsummer's 
Night Dream... Godspell... Writing Competition. ..Chapel Choir... Dance... Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...Jazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz 
Vocal . . .5 Card Draw. . .FY/Y2 Band . . .Trinity Strings. . .Trinity Singers. . .Art. . .Performances. . .Arts Night. . .Office Hours. . .Tales from 
the Script. ..A Midsummer's Night Dream... Godspell... Writing Competition...Chapel Choir... Dance... Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...Jazz 
Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y2 Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity Singers. ..Art. ..Performances. ..Arts 
Night. ..Office Hours. ..Tales from the Script. ..A Midsummer's Night Dream... Godspell... Writing Competition... Chapel Choir... 
Dance... Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...Jazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y2 Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity 
Singers. . .Art. . .Performances. . .Arts Night. . .Office Hours. . .Tales from the Script. . .A Midsummer's Night Dream.. .Godspell. . .Writing 
Competition... Chapel Choir... Dance... Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...Jazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y2 
Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity Singers... Art... Performances... Arts Night... Office Hours... Tales from the Script... A Midsummer's 
Night Dream... Godspell... Writing Competition... Chapel Choir. ..Dance. ..Big Johnsons. ..Super 7. ...Jazz Band... Trinity Winds... Jazz 
Vocal. . .5 Card Draw. . .FY/Y'2 Band. . .Trinity Strings. . .Trinity Singers. . .Art. . .Performances. . .Arts Night. . .Office Hours. ..Tales from 
the Script.. .A Midsummer's Night Dream... Godspell... Writing Competition... Chapel Choir... Dance... Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...Jazz 
Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y2 Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity Singers... Art... Performances... Arts 
Night. ..Office Hours. ..Tales from the Script...A Midsummer's Night Dream... Godspell... Writing Competition... Chapel Choir... 
Dance.. .Big Johnsons. ..Super 7. ...Jazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y2 Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity 
Singers. . .Art. . .Performances. . .Arts Night. . .Office Hours. . .Tales from the Script. . . A Midsummer's Night Dream. . .Godspell. . .Writing 
Competition... Chapel Choir... Dance... Big Johnsons... Super 7. ...Jazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y2 
Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity Singers... Art... Performances... Arts Night. ..Office Hours. ..Tales from the Script...Chapel Choir... 
Dance... Big Johnsons... Super 7.. ..Jazz Band... Trinity Winds. ..Jazz Vocal. ..5 Card Draw...FY/Y2 Band... Trinity Strings... Trinity 
Singers. ..Art. ..Performances. ..Arts Night. ..Office Hours... Tales from the Script.. .A Midsummer's Night Dream.. .God 



CHAPEL CHOIR 




iDAlCE TROUPE 



Back row (1 to r): Mrs Christ. Ms. Stewart. L. Mcl^llaml, 
E. Botrie. S. Thomas, R. Brophy. A. Smith. D. Miers. Mrs. 
Hall. Mr Wright 

Front row (1 to r): L. Ste\enson, N. Millisrati. H. Lt-e, .1. 
RolKTtscin. K Frackowiak. E. Ligatsa. L. Raphael 




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Back row (1 to r): Mr MilN. I Kang, J. Tao, f. Ogaki. U 
I'ui/iur. n. Scliell, .1. Williams, R. Gregory, K. Lam. C. 
Park, Mr. Wright 

Front row (1 to r): D. Newman, J. Thuss. W' Camm, G. Kim, 
K Hawkins. 11 Miers, J. Friistacl 



SUPEE 7 




Back row (1 to r] 


: Mr. Milks, .1. Kav. G. Junes, C. Beatli, \. 


/warvcli, D. Kim, 


Mr. Wright 


Front row (1 to r 


: C. Conk. K. Mactiregor, S. Reis, J. Bir.l. 


S, WiiiM.n 





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JAIZ BAND 



Back row (I to r): Mr. Parker. A. Boos. G. Parker, A 
Wimdward. D. Kwan, C. Sclby. N. Burton. A. Mathiesoii. 
Mr Wright 

Front row (1 to r): R. Bliargaxa, D. Scliell. 1. Kane;, A 
Wilson. I. Pico\. J. Lcc. K. Ritchie 



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Back row (1 to r): .Mr Parker. J. Morrison. E. Hawknis. 1 


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Lee. A. Irwin. D. Sehell. R Bhargaxa. .Mr Wriglit 


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Front row (1 to r): .1. Lee. I. Kang. G. Banik. I. Matliieson. 


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H Milne. 1 Charters. K. Ritchie. S. Knni 


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Back row (1 to r): T \Vo|tas. .1. Tuominen. M. Jackson, K. 
.\K t'uray. D, Kuan. M. Wall. .\. Boos, J. Chase, B. Pesnwsky, 
D. Babb, M. Richards 

Middle row (1 to r): Mr Parker. N. Issar, R. Veoni. J. W'ortk. 
C. St-lbv. ti. Parker. J. Picox, G. Young, C. Whetung. I. 
Chapman. II. Lee. S. Matthews. Ms. Jackson, Mr. Wright 

Front row (1 to r): W. Wakefield, A. Fung. M. I^ne. .A. 
Mathicson, H N'owak, I Lee. L. Gregory. B. De Silva. S. 
Ahn, K. Ix-e 



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Back row (1 tor); Mr Hunter. K, BaMt-r. A. Wiilkt-r,.!. t'hin- 
\\\\\. S. Slic\ leii. D. Hunter. Mr. Wright 

Front row (1 to r): P. Kidd. B. Stewart. H. Ini. .\. Brow n. ,1 
Bnkker. A Holnu-s, 



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TEIMITY S116EES 



Back row (1 to r): S. Johnson, T. Ugohni. L. Knig, .-\. Irw in. 
S Nakhal. D Miers. .A. .Imil, C. Ching. .A. Lee 

Middle row (I to r): K Walker. H. Lee. K. Cho. .1. Frcstatl 
.1. Cliarter.s. R. Brophv, S. Lee, J. McGregor. Ms. .lackson 
Mr. Wright 

Front row (I to r): A, Fung. M Lee. H. Mak. L, Kiehter. K 
Frackowiak. .1. Reid, C. Leung. H. Kim. K. Pandit 




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PRESENTATIONS 

"Acl\ ice" by Mt'iX'ditli Hainhrock 
"Endless Lo\e" by Susie IVtro 
"Image" by Josie Tao 

"Futility" by Sainanatha Bissett 
Acted by: Haddy Allen, Thomas Davis, Lucas Topolie 
and Maotrie Lar""e 
Stage Manager: Susie Petro 

"Two of a Kind" by Luke Song 
"The Wombat" by Katie Simpson 
"Torn City" by Simon Yalkezian 
"The Beach" by Jean-Marc Prexost 

"Shafted" by Sarah Warren 

Acted by: Alex Nuttall, Simon Reis and Sarah 
Warren 

" To Fall in Lo\ e" by Jenn Flindall 
"A Tribute" by Sarah Hodara 
"Summer Reading" by Ardith Birchall 

"Across the Lines" by Leila Raphael 

Acted by: Dee Garcia and Sophie Thomas 
Stage Manager: Sarah Hodara 

"Image" by Sarah Warren 
"Image by Candice Shaw 
"Legacy" by Dan Siksay 

"Conversations with Jolie" by Mikaela Kursell 

Acted by: Mikel Bauer, Jenn Flindall, and Mikaela 

Kursell 

Stage Manager: Simon Yalkezian 

Crew: 

Sarah Johnson 
Maggie McCutcheon 
Candice Shaw- 
Luke Song 
Josie Tao 

Meredith Hambrock 
Jean-Marc Prevost 



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First we, as Editors, must issue our apologies to tlie 
Tales from the Script group.Although we were there 
enjoying all your w onderful plays, poems, and readings, 
we neglected to take pictures. As a result there are 
miscellaneous pictures abo\e, as you can see. We hope 
you accept our apologies, if not then you are free to write 
aiul comjilain to the current editors (Meaghan Wilcox & 
Rebecca Rowen). In fact we encourage this, email them, 
send snail mail, just barrage them with complaints. This 
w ill ser\e as a reminder to future editors and ne\er 
again \\ ill they forget to take pictures. 



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THE CAST 

'riioseiis Brett MuraUi 

1 lippolyta Arditli Birchall 

Egea Michelle Churchman 

L^'saiider Alex Fiirber 

Demetrius Jesse Kavander 

Herniia Britta Towlc 

Helena Sarah Warren 

Oberon Jean-Marc Prevost 

Titania Dee Crarcia 

Puck Megan Dersnah 

Peaseblossoni Emma Walker 

Cobweb Emily Foster 

Mustardseed Valerie MacBain 

Peter Ouince Robyn Dickinson 

\ick Bottom Cliarlie Doyle 

Francis Flute Nic Burton 

Tom Snout Mikel Bauer 

Robin Star\eling Meredith Hambrock 

Snug Scott Bosv 

Pliilostrate & Drummer Dan Siksav 

Mincemeat Mr. Wright 

Assistant Director Chloe \an Keeken 

Director Les (Tucker) Barton 



I am uii.ibashcilh' a hclitAtT in, anti adxocatc oi, magic 
in all of its manifestations. That's wliv this play was 
chosen, not because it is Shakespeare nor because of 
its diverse artistic challenges. This play talks about 
love anti magic, and expo.ses actors and audience to the 
jiossibilit}' that life exists on cosmic le\els other than 
the ones that we regularly teach in school. .\t the enti 
of the play, each participant has to decide whetiier wiiat 
tliey just watched was a dream. . .or perhaps just another 
way of looking at our daily matrix. It really has been a 
dream... ^ Les (Tucker) Barton - 









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THE CAST 






Sti'M'ti C"aiiinl)ill 






. Lamar 
..Peatrv 


Mejiaii Dersnali 






Hohyn DicUinsoii 






.Joanne 


Cliarlii' Ddvk' 






Herb 


A?itia Frackuw iak 






....Sonia 


Justine Frostad 






... Robin 
Jesus 


\li'\ Fiirber 






Patrick Hoy 


lohn the 


Baptif 


>t/Judas 


Jesse Kavander 






. Jeffrey 


Sai'ali W arreii 






(Jilmer 


APOSTLE ENSEMBLE 


Kobyn Bropiiy 








Karen Frackowiak 








Meredith Hambrock 








John Craig McEachnie 








Daisy Miers 








Valerie MacBain 








Katelyn Ritciiie 








Britta Towle 








Rodger Wright 









111 1!»7I (/W.s/xV/ opened oil liroadw ay to ra\e reviews 
and has remained an innneiisely siieeesstul roek opera, 
breaking new grouiul in its stage treatment of tlie 
(iospel according to Matthew. Set in an urban junk yard 
in the early 197()'s, Gor^/.?/)^// celebrates the passion of 
one man and his ability to instill love, joy, celebration 
and community in the hearts of those he encounters. 
These are timeless elements worthy of repeating at a 
time when we continue to face the challenges of hatred 
and intolerance in our society. 
- Bill Walker (Director' 




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T/ie Record found txco old interviews with Mr. U'rielil from 1983 and 1990. The cjiiestions 

asked of him are still applicable and sometimes hilarious, so the editors drilled the incoming Headmaster. Stuart 

Graiui>;er. in a similar zcav and compared the tzco inlerviexcs. The following is a mi.r of old and nezc. 

riie Rccoril: \Miat ilo you si'c to bo the roK- of a headmaster? 

\li- Wrio-ht: I tiiiiik his role is to ki-i-p a proper bahiiue ii\ the school, to proxicle a model for the boys, to try to put as miicli creativity and 

cnersjv into finding, holding; and inspiring; good statT, anil into nianacjing them sensitively and well. 

The Record: What do you see as one of your greatest challenges here? 

Mr Craino-er: Mv biggest challenge is tiiat people \\ ill be expecting a little Kodger Wright and right now l"ve only got the little part under 

control. He's just so admired by so many people. I'll ne\er be able to fdl his shoes; I have to walk in my own shoes. That's 
going to be different for people, but I hope that some of my attributes and strengths will overlap with his. 

The Record: How did you find the switch from teaching to administration? 

\Ir Crainger; Right now. I miss it. Atlministration never goes away, but kids do. I find I really miss the connection with my students. 1 

want to continue with some teaching and .some coaching. I think in my first year at TCS I will probably not end up coaching 
a specific team or teaching a specific class, but I might do some supply teaching and hopefully work with ditferent teams at 
different periods of time so that 1 can meet as many students as possible. 

riie Record: Suppose you were looking back at TCS fifteen years from now. What changes would you like to see? What are your goals 
for TCS? 

Ml- \\ right: I don't really think that the school should be Rodger Wright's dream in fifteen years. I feel that I have a lot of input into 

it and it's my job to iinjilemeiu the long term plan of the school, but I would like to see the School's direction in the next 
fifteen years opened up to the whole '1X"S comnuinity. This would give me some real practical guidelines for my decision 
making in the next fifteen year-s. 

Mr. Grainger: For me to be able to articulate a new vision for the school, as an outsider, would be quite presumptuous, but all headmasters 

that come into schools have ideas. Mine basically focus in and around making the school the best it can possibly be. The 
w orld is going through tremendous change. Students are different students than they \vere ten, fifteen or twenty years ago. 
I'm just really excited about making .some significant impact to improve the quality of life for young people bccau.se I think 
that times now are very different than they were. Whether the difference is international or economic in scope, whether it 
has to do with safety or to do w ith drug use, or otherw ise, it w ill influence the future of the school. What I need to do is 
just speak to a lot of |)eople at TCS because they ha\e so many ideas right now. 

MM^ The Record: Have you ever had to pay a politician's part while executing your duties as teacher or Headmaster? 

>Mr. Wright; "^'eah, in the past fxe had to do that. 

Mr. Grainger: The world is better ser\ed by people who are politically correct. One of a politician's responsibilities is to broker different 

f\^l^ arrangements between competing interests. 1 think that that is part of my nature. So if trying to appease or trying to reach 

^dol a middle ground, as I'm doing right now in this question, is f)eing politically correct, then I think that there is an element 

for it. I'm also a Libra, which is the scales and balancing things, so 1 think that it's also part of my astrological makeup 

The Record: Does this mean that you regard this post as a step to the Prime Ministership? 

Mr Wright: Of course. This is just training ground for Prime Ministership... or King. I think King would be better. 

Mr Cirainger: Absolutely not. 1 have no interest in that. There's actually a quote by Winston Churchill, "Oh, to ha\e the powers of a 

headmaster," but I don't look at the position of Headmaster as a power position or as a stepping stone. I feel that 1 have 
reached the best position that I possibly could; it's the best job in the world, just as Mr. Wright has said. 

The Record: Do you think that we should save the whales? 

Mr Wright: Yeah, well. 1 think we should sacrifice Scotland and England, but save the whales. 

Mr Grainger: Yes!! 

The Record: I've noticed that many headmasters today are either balding or bald. 

Mr. Wright: It's a prerequisite, actually. When I went to Headmaster's School, I took Balding 101, and did quite well in it. Of course, 

there was a prerequisite course. Hair Thinning. I like Dr. DuBroy's baldness. Now, he got straight .Ys in all the balding 

courses when he went to .school. 
.Mr Grainger: I ha\e a feeling in my first few years I w ill undergo significant hair loss. I think what 1 would like to do though, is to have a 

portrait of myself done in the first week of coming to TCS. ^'ou know those paintings of headmasters that are made when 

they usually leave? I'd like to have mine now .so that it looks like a picture of a guy who was young and enthusiastic and 

looking forward to the Job, not old and bald. 

The Record: Many students have noticed that you ha\e an uncanny resemblance to Luke Skywalker. Do you hear this often? 

Mr (nainger: This is the \ery first time that I'xe heard the association w ith Luke Skywalker. 1 tinor it because 1 think I'm aligned with the 

right group. .Another association that \'\e had was The Pouer Grainger, but I'm not a big fan of the />oifer part. 

rhe Record: If you had a light sabre, what would you do with it? 

-Mr. Grainger: 1 would create the ultimate golf club. 

The Record: Have you ever encountered any problems with streaking in the past? 

Mr Cirainger: Yes. On a daily basis, my children get out of the bathtuli and streak throughout the hou.se. I've got a five year old. a four year 

old, and a one year old that seem to treat that as their ta\i)urite sport. 

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THE GAVIN INCH LANCJMUIR MEMORIAL IMilZK: 

llu liciic h by Jean-Marc Provost 



'ROSE WINNER 



Till- Ih-;kIi iiH'ims (litlciciu ^llllll;^ u> ilitliiini ])<(i|)li'. Wlu-n 1 hxiU uj) ;it \\\v sky :iiul watili tlic sizzliiif; sun stair l);nl< ilduii at iiic I 
am lost ill till- ahyss of NfM'rlaiul like saiul slippint;- in betwei'ii your wrinkled toes. Cirow iiif^- up i-ncloscd in Ix-twirn overhearing sky 
serapers, ami enough smog to kill a small \ illage, the beaeh was our escape, our refuge. That is why, when we stopped going, 1 could not 
undi'istand why. You see surfing was my tiither's stress hall, his last remaining shred of his past happiness. It was my Dad, the ocean, 
and me, ami I w as the only one who i-wv knew his secrets. We started less and less until eventually it had been a years since our last 
escape. Maybe he wanted me to ask him to go, i)Ut that Just wasn't how it worked. The catch to our little excursions was that he would 
whisk me away from my peaceful slumbi-r to a remote corner of the ocean, and we would surf until the sun came up. We lost ourselves 
together in the ripjiling sounds and movi-ments of the waxes. It was the only time my father and I spoke. A man is not sensitive and 
compassionate; he is strong and logic al. 

Last time we talked was in l.'»;)7. 1 was home from university for Christmas, and he was resting in his ratty leather back chair. The chair 
was distinctly his: and him sitting anywhere else was an outrageous conce|-)t. The few who dared to sit in it did not last long as the 
harilenetl rivets that formfitted his buttocks maile foreigners unwelcome. As I canu- into the living room 1 could smell the familiar musty 
scent of the old hhKk leather, ami I v\ atched as the evenings shadow s ran dow n the side of his face. If it were not t()r the colourful sw iris 
of life in his cheeks, his body would have seemed listless. The spirit I used to revel in at the beach had slipjied from his hotly. I stood 
at the archway to the room, leaning against the wooilen siding, and watched him gri]i the clicker as he starred blankly at the tlickering 
television screen. With a breath in, he took life into his cheeks and strangled it inside his mouth until he had no choice hut to let it .seep 
out through his nose. Finally, with a look up, he noticed my familiar shape briefly before returning to the flashing of the .screen. Dinner 
was served, and he slowly rose to take his place at the table. Before dinner, he would casually turn his head from the group to take his 
pills, trying to pretend that his old age was a hoax almost. The only time the silence was interru|)ted was by my mother with failed 
attempts at a lonv ersation. 

"So, how ari' your classes hun?" my mother said w hile wi|iing her mouth with her buttercup print napkins. 

"Fine." 

Grow ing up, I had perfected the ability to answer any, and all questions with one word. This was an integral skill that allowed me to 
rush through each and every one of my family meetings for which my friends were grateful and my parents reproachful. After we ate, 
I heljied my mom clean up before I headed to my room. Waiting on my bed was my father with a small box. 

He opened his greying eyes and said, "Dun ever lose. Dun ever forget" and with a cough he slum])ed his way out of my room. Sitting 
on my bed, I pulled the box open. Inside lay dozens of pictures of the two of us. All from our little excursions, some from before we 
left the house, some from after we had gone, but most of them were from while we were there. The feel of the sand rushed through my 
hotly I dumpetl the box t)n my bed; there must have been a hundred pictures. Kneeling down next to my bed I noticed that all of the 
pictures hatl ilated captions on the back. My father had used these pictures as a record of his life. For each picture there was an event 
that he associated with it. I picked u\> one picture that read "Fireil: April 13"', 1985". I was nine hut I still knew what it meant to lose 
your job. I can still see him coming home and sitting in his blue Chevelle for two hours before coming inside to face my mother. That 
night we went surfing for longer than ever. I flipped more and more of the pictures over, as if I were piecing together my father's life. 
The first time we had gone I had just turned four and the caption read "Birthday: June 8"', 1980." The trips started when we were our 
happiest, and became our saving grace when life was overwhelming. The last time we had gone was the summer before high schtwl. I 
ft)Lmd the ]iicture and read it out loud, "Divorce Papers: .\ugust 1990." The words seemed to echo in my small room. I'd never kntiwn 
that my parents had ever thought about getting divorced. I hatl always assumed that love just turned into an unspoken habit and ilid not 
ev aporate like smoke from a flame. It is amazing what you miss when you aren't looking for it. Now that I knew that there w as a division 
between my parent.s, I started to paint a picture of the clues over the past seven 3'ears. The lack of comnumication between the two, the 
difTerent bed times, the general apathy, it all pointed towards one thing. Habitual unhappiness. I heard someone walking towards the 
door, and I tiuickly shoved all the pictures back into the box and threw it under my bed. It was my mother come to say gtiodnight. 

Four more silent years passed before our next meeting took place. Everyone said it was his time, that we had all known that it was 
coming for a while. As was custom by now, my mother ami I refused to say anything. We stared blankly at the casket as it slipped from 
our sigiit and into the ground. Like tlie flash of a camera, the slides of all our midnight adventures reeled through my head and a smile 
smothered my face. Even as tears fell frtim my eyes, the smile stared obstinately at sjsace in front of me as a protest to mortality. 1 cursed 
the trees for living so long when my father could not. That night was the last time I ever slept at my parents' house. My mother soon 
moved out to a smaller place in the southern United States and I went overseas for work. But as the clouds rustled about outside I held 
on to the small box. In the morning I wrote my mother a letter and placed the box on the kitchen table: 

Don't ever lose, ilon'l ever forget. 

.\ year went by and my mother began to send me back the pictures one by one in the mail attached to postcards from difTerent places 
around the world. For each caption she told me the story Then one day she showed up with the box. She only stayed for tea, but later, 
as I openetl the box and brought the pictures out to put them hack in place, I noticed there was still one picture face down in the box. 
The words were in a different writing though, my mother's. "Memories: July 'J(i();J." The picture was of my mt)ther at the beach, surfing. 
Those pictiu-es allowed me to learn more about my history than any w ords my parents ever gave me. The pictures reignited the happiness 
inside my mother and me, and allowed us to understand my father as we coultl never have. They allowed us to love his solemn stoicism, 
his pious dedication to work and, most of all, showed us his true spirit. My father died at fifty-six a teacher, a pastor, a husband and a 
surfer. I hav e thought a lot about the words I passed to my mother. Whether or not it is what he meant, I always imagined my father to 
mean that if you never lost your memories, you could never forget. Since that day I have not lost a thing. 






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riii: GA\ IN INX'E LANGMUIR MEMORIAL PKIZK: POKIKY W INXKR 
Only the Dead Have Seen the End of the War by Leila Itiip/uwl 



He may lui\e been a pilot. 

Sweepint!; and s\ver\ ing, iloilging and defending; 

A soldiiT. 

Chiarding tlie land, killing tlie enein\'; 

A marine, 

De\()tedly iiroteeting the frontiers; 

Or e\en a doctoi\ 

Busily sa\ ing lixes lieej) in the trenches. 

His now dull medals, hanging solemnly from ins torn pocket, 

.Are our only clues to his past, 

^'et they ivxeal so much. 

Now lie sits alone in the subw a\' terminal, 

.\ shell of tlie man he once was; 

Silently watching the man he could have become 

Busily walk past him in e\ery direction. 

He is no longer subjected to the jungle of the war 

But now left struggling in the jungle of the street. 

How did this happen? 

I w onder now liow he woidd react to tlie sound of a command, 

The screech of a w histle, 

The fire of a grun. 

The smoke from a bomb. 

The fatal scream from a frieiul, 

E\en two. 

There he sits, 

Tlie lold \\ ind of the on-coming subway rustles his liaii-, 

But that is all. 

He is oblivious to the world around him. 

Confined to the miserable torment of re-li\ ing hell each da\'. 

Tost-Traumatic Stress Syndrome' they'\ e called it 

E\ erything gets a nanii'; 

Why w ill no one hel]) him reco\er his ow n? 

"On\\ the dead have seen the end of the w ar." 




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Ketclumi. . .Oriliard. . .Rigl)y . . .Scott. . .Wright. . .'1 
WViglit. . .Totti'iiham. . .Bftliune. . .Bklvlc. . .Brent. . . 
Brent. . .Hix.lgctt.s. . .Ketduini. . .Orchanl. . .Kigliy. . . 
Highy. . .Siott. . .Wriglit. . .Tottenliani. . .Betluine. . 
liitliiine. . . Biikle. . . Brent. . . Hodgetts. . .Ketduun. . 
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Wriglit. . .Tottenham. . .Bethunc. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . . 
Brent. . .H(Klgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Oaliard. . .Rigby. . . 
Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wriglit. . .Tottenham. . .Betluine. . 
Betluine. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. 
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Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . 
Betluine. . .Bickle. ..Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. 
Kitchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby . . .Scott. . .Wright. . .' 
Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Betluine. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . 
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Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Betluine. . .Bi. 
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Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenhai 
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Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. 
Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. 
Ketchum. . .Orchard . . .Rigby . . .Scott. . .Wright. . . 
Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . 
Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . 
Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. 
Bethune. . .Bickle. ..Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum 
Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby . . .Scott. . .Wright. . . 
Wright. . .Tottenham. .. Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. 
Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. 
Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. 
Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum 
Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . . 
Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. 
Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. 
Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. 
Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum 
Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . 
Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. 
Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. .Rigby. 
Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune 
Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum 
Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . 
Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. 
Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. 
Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune 



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Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hcnlgetts. . Ketchum. ..Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott., 
.H(xlgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. ..Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .TotteiOiiim. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. 
.Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Betluine. . .Bickle. . .Ba-nt. . .Hodget^Ketcluim. . .Orchard. 
. .Bickle. . .Brent. . .H(Klgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. .Wight. . .Tottenham. 

.Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham.. .Bethune. . .Bickle.^ient. . .Hcxigetts. 
Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard., .liigby... Scott. 
. .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Ik-thune. . .Bickle. 
. .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Betluine. . .Bickle. . .Brc-nt. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. 
. .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby . . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. 

.Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. 
Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. 
. .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. ..Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. 
. .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. 
. .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. 

.Orchard. . .Rigby . . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hcxlgetts. 

.Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. 

. .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. 

"' ' T- .. ^ o .1 r.:i. r. ^. .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . -Orchard. 




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tchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . 

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. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . 

by. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . 

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tchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . 

It. . .Tottenham. . .Beriuine. . .Bickle. . 

. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . 

by. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . 

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tchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . 

It. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . 
. .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . 
. .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . 
.Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent.. .Hodgetts. 
Tottenham. Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. ..Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. ..Scott. . 
. .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . Bickle. 
. .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . 
. .Bickle. . Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. ..Tottenham. . 
.Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . 
Tottenham. ..Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. 
. .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. 
. .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. 
. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. 
1. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. 
.Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby . . .Scott. 
. .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Beriuine. . .Bickle. 
. .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. 
. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. 
I. . .Orchard.. .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. 
.Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle... Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. ..Scott. 
. .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Beriuine. . .Bickle. 
. .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. 
. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. 
1. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. 
.Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby . . .Scott. 
. .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. 
.Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. . .Bethune. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. 
•. . .Bickle. . .Brent. . .Hodgetts. . .Ketchum. . .Orchard. . .Rigby. . .Scott. . .Wright. . .Tottenham. 



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TIk' I^iilldogs were a great bunch of guys tliiss year. We'\e gone from cold runs in the snow to winning e\ery tug 
ot war. Regardless of our success, we ahvays had a lot of fun. Every night wa.s a good time. Our Foundation 
Year, Year Two, and Year Three students have all shown they are true Bulldogs and promise to keep Betliune 
the same great house for years to come. Our Housemasters were outstanding this year. They alw ays had good 
ad\ice for any problems we faced. The close friendships we developed with them were so helpfid in making the 
year go by quickly and painlessly, fan and Lisa were also great to ha\e arounti, because they could always be 
counted on to make us laugh, no matter what mood we were in. One of the best things about this year was the 
connection our Year Fours shared. Every one of us got along, and it made this year really enjoyable. I hope that, 
in years to come, Bethune always has a group of Year Fours of this calibre. Poker nights and chili jiartics are 
memories we shall not easily part with. 1 am sure Ben Shirreff and Cameron Beath will keep u]) the traditions 
and friendships that matter so much to all of us. Thanks to the exchange students who added their character 
and humour to Bethune and thanks to the cleaning ladies who washed many a dirty sock. Lastly, thank you Mr. 
Keiser for Ix'ing a great Housemaster four years running. 
Cheer.s, 



Alex Conyers 

Bethune Head of House 



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A.ssistant Head 



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Holiest. \vf (liiln t pusli liini. Tlu- 
ultimate Frisbee team. Supporting 
tlieir peers. Hamir on Skate Day 
Biting nails = nervousness. Tarzan 
and his Jane. The Cirads lea\e their 
mark. Who has one tluinib and likes 
I luHolate sauce? Robby tries to bet 
his cologne - no one wants it. Jan 
likes being a New Student. Proud 
to be in Bethune. Bethune Boys get 
all the ladies. Crocker does the P.E.I 
ram dance after a Bethune victory 
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Bickle boys, wliat a good show. The year started w ith a trip to Medieval Times and a perfect debating record. 
Two fewer boys, two breaks, two exchange students and a sick flag later, the House went on our prestigious 
bowling for chapel skips outing which turned out to be a blast. Towards the end of the year, the House found 
ourseh es in botli the junior and senior finals, both of which, were robbed from us. Congrats to all those debaters 
who won and managed to once again, knock Ketchum out of the rankings. Another positi\e of the year, unlike 
all prexious, is that Bickle w as actually full of scholars and Dean's list students. The year could not ha\e been 
as fun without our comical housemasters. I would like to thank Mr. .\llen and Mr. Havter on behalf of the 
house for their quiet but much appreciated liumour: Matt did zdnit u/iere? And just plain old' ripping on the 
islander.s. The senior bojs were on hre led b}' Lister and Kim at the House Olympics with juniors Avi, Swan 
and Row tearing up their races as well. Of course, Muflln was also there supporting from the finish line. Next 
year, with nearly '20 grads, Sickle's going to have the edge on the Langmuir - good luck boys. Big shout out to 
HP T-Kizzle, way to go bud, Bickle pride. I'd now like to pass the torch on to Marcus and Caspar - take care of 
she, and she'll treat vou just right. Class of '2007, watch for the likes of B-Rad and Jarizzle, thev're taking the 
cup. Tlianks to everyone in the house for trusting the Y4s and going along with some early morning renditions 
of 1 wish all the ladies'. Good luck next year, and thanks for the memories. It's been fun. 



- Xick Brennan 8: Matt Gentles 



Nick Brennan 
1 had of House 




Matt Gentles 
Assistant Head 



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Clockwise from top left: 

Mr. Allen sfenih to h;i\f liitiiculty 
finding his nioutli. Bickle boys 
bi'ing dirty.. .as usual. A new 
addition to the house. Max's 
attempt at a smile. Ben needs a luit; 
Anthony, where's your house shirt? 
Marcus realized he hadn't workeil 
out yet that day. Matt and one of 
his many ladies. They finally won 
something. Bickle hoys studying, 
no! This needs no words. Nick, 
where's your house shirt? Becker 
and Kizzle finally found a sport 
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l-^ate said Nd, ami the Cicntlemen of Hrciit aiitctl wp to play llic next hand this war. Whether it was Wootton, 
.loMo, .loel or Whitey, tliere was ahvays someone tliere to lead the house. Conyers slept through the year, hut 
somehow graduated. Pur/.ner remained mostly harmless, following through w ith a low percentage of his threats. 
Jomo pro\ed that you can be both Peer counsellor and Assistant Head of house. The House went under a bit of 
a renovation w ith our newly appointed Assistant Housemaster Yhardo, w ho through the help of Tobey was able 
to break his w ay into Brent history. A large number of new students came into the graduating class and helped 
Breiu flourish, resulting in us making the debating semifinals. E\en though they were here a short time, they w ill 
fore\er be Brent boys. It is a unique year in Brent as it is not only the Grads saying goodbye to the house but also 
Campbell Hall after so many years. His house spirit is unparalleled as is his strength; it took all of the Brent (Jrads 
to take him dow n on his birthday. With an emphasis on respect, tradition, and strong camaraderie, Brent continued 
into its 73rd full year. The late night poker games, mo\ies and much more brought Brent's Grads closer together. 
Whitey, don't worr\', we thought you were 19 as well. Joel, losing your textbook with a test in it happens to the 
i)est of us. Whatever difficulties this house faced, we faced them head on, never looking back. We've come a long 
way to graduation, but we made it. We also welcome Mr. Cameron into our iiouse. You've got some mighty large 
shoes to fill, but I'm sure you'll do the job. I'm sure by now Yhardo can show you the ropes. Good luck with all 
the boys; there are a great bunch of guys remaining. Fookwe and Chagnon w ill lead the house well next year. I 
do i)elieve the curse has been broken so keep oiu' house how it always has been, the best. To the rest of the House, 
we ha\c the following message: respect the halls of Brent w ith the pride of know ing that you are privileged to 
be part of something unique because once a Brent boy, alwaN's a Brent Ben'. 

Wootton and JoMo, Whitey and .loel 



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WVU this war has i-eally tlowii by, l)Ut we dffiiiitc-ly stopped to enjoy it to its fullest. I am proud to say that ut' 
are still RED HOT! We were a brand-new house this year with two new house masters, Murray and Kelly who 
ga\e us a wacky edge. But we definitely started the year otf right, as always, with the (i:()() club: the perfect way 
to initiate the new girls and bug the boys (Shine Jesus Shine!) The spirit of Burns was constant through the 
can collecting, chugging contest, medie\al times and bowling etc. We got to know each other pretty intimately. 
There were no secrets in Burns house even when there reall}' should ha\e been! It's been such a great year, lots 
of gooti memories and \ ictories. We won the trophy for best house play, which inxolved an all-nighter and plenty 
of practice but was well w orth it! The most recent \ictory was the smelly shoe for the house Olympics, where 
we cleaned up. The longest running joke this year was definitely, the burning of popcorn (Kristi) where we set 
the alarm off three times. We can't help it - we're just too damn hot! Anyway, for the all-nighters, the prank.s, 
the friendships and the good times, thanks so much. Murray and Kelly, you guys did an awesome job this year 
at keeping Burns house spirit ali\e! Michelle and Lesley, it isn't a democracy so make sure to hold it down. It's 
Ix'en such an honour to l)e head of Burns and I'll miss everything so much! 

Melanie Clarke 



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Some reel liot ladies. Cliristnui^ 
Burns style. Veronica likes paint a 
it too much. That's my personal 
space. W'iio wants some? FYs or 
\'aii Gogh's. Caitlin - save some 
tor the rest of us! 'Which one 
of these things doesn't belong^^ 
Burns is the child in all of us 
Burns isn't just hot - they're 
l)utch. Halloween Fla\a. Does my 
hreatli still smell like Tabasco? S- 
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This vt-ar Iloclsiftts ixpcritiKril a huge grow tli in new taiis. Tliis year looked more promising than any year I've been in HO. It turned 
out as I expected: "Solid!" This year HO put a mark in the school. It started at liouse outing, where a crazy woman threatened to ha\e 
a few Hoes arrested for "disturbing da ])eace". Next, our juniors ripped up house sports as if it were their job, especially in the winter 
fnials losing by only 2 points to Hetlume. Debating: our juniors owned the school, beating Bickle and clinching the title (thanks Neil, 
Jordan). For the seniors, our house sports were concentrated more on force than skill. We honestly thought b-ball was full contact. 
Sorry to everyone in physio. But hey, seniors did win v-ball!!!!! W'e won the x-mas tree competition, gi\ ing the school Hodgetts' most 
authentic tree ever: a trailer park tree, complete with beer bottles, garbage, and ,loii Martin as a wolf-skin rug! We were recognized this 
year for everything. Going to c\ery house event with a stereo pumping "HO" by Ludacri.s, and chanting the e\er so famous "I lO ' cheer 
and keeping the rich Hodgetts tradition alive. We even added the "Sw amp Donkey" cheer. We were such a genuine house. We did things 
as funny as funnelling orange juice at House Olympics which led to "The Deighton Show", and we did things as honorable and prideful 
as always keeping our heads up and backing one another up, no matter w hat the situation was. And that's what Hodgetts was really 
about this year. It was about pride and bonding, brotherhood and spirit - thinga that are rarely seen now in day houses. This is due to 
the excellent leadership of our dear housemasters, Ross Large and Phil .\landryk. Thanks to both of you on a personal note, and on 
behalf of the entire house that supports and looks up to you. Thanks, Mark, for the patience you showed w ith us. This year Hodgetts 
did not disappoint, and to be honest, 400 words are not enough to state our accomplishments (JSH charity). But some things are better 
left quiet. Even so, this year Hodgetts made more noise than ever, and for many years to come, thanks to the continuation of traditions 
by the leaders that follow in our tixitsteps, people will fore\er be hearing the inidying chant of "HO. HO. HO HOOOOOOO!!!" 

It's been a pleasure, but now it is time to hanil it o\er to Bird. Ha\e a good one, boys! 



.\ndrew Tirelli, Head of Hodsretts L'OO.'i-'iOO 4 



.Andrew "T " Tirelli 
Head of House 




Graham Biggar 
Assistant Head 



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.lairyd gi\ liig tin- tluiiiibs up 
Fraser it's time to seek somr 
help. Brock trying to be liki 
Tott}'. Yes Huns, you are all 
that. Ke\iii wants to wipe tliat 
smile ofV Da\e's face. Brock, 
|)ut 3'our shirt back on... What! 
You're in Hodgett's too? Ho boys 
trying to show w hat little muscle 
tliey ha\e. Evan about to say 
something intelligent. Don't go 
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Tliis year cannot be dt'scrihed as anytliing Init cli\ ersc, W'itli twenty-tlirce new stutk'nt.s, Kctcluini liad a clialk'noc of makini;- 
this year as outstanding as tlie past. The year finished better tlian liad been expected; tlie House liad come togetlier to nial<e 
one family, connected by spirit, not brick. Ketchum pride was exuded tlirougli our athletes, scholars, debaters, actors, singer.s, 
and everyone that makes Ketchum a wonderful place to li\e. Many thanks need to be gi\en out to the special staff who help 
Ketchum run as smoothly as it does. Thank you to our special laundry ladies and cleaning ladies who make us smile e\ery 
morning wiien we see them in the lialls of Ketchum. To Ms. Collins, your (luiet, cute laugliter will always be present witliin 
Ketcluim as a new T(M), Init you w ill lie greatly misseil as a confidante wlio was always around to makt' peopk' laugh. Goiul 
luck w itli your new house! Mrs. Christ, the thought of a new addition to the house has put a smile on e\eryone's face. You 
are a wonderful aspect of Ketchum, and I wish you the best w ith your new baby. Mrs. Traugott, your ne\er ending suppoi-t 
and always open doors ha\e created a welcoming en\ironment for any new student. Not to mention the infamous study 
tiiat w ill alw ays maki' us run down tlie second floor hall when open, ^'ou are ama/.ing T, and the key reason w liy this house 
does as well as it does. To the gratis, best of luck next year - you all w ill succeed better than you know. Ne\er forget tlie 
experiences and lessons you ha\e learned in your years here. You w ill fore\er be a Ketchumite. Sarah, you were an amazing 
assistant head of house, you always kept me in line, good luck to you! But now the torch must be passed on. Rach and Mer, 
you guys are going to be great: rememl)er to be 3'0ursel\es, and always cheer the loudest; you are more than cajiable! 

Well that's it, Ketchum - tiianks t()r l)earing w itii me! 

Love you tons, 
Sam 



Satii Ciirrie 
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till- nines. Ketcluini runs for Karla 
Some of the Army. Mrs. Christ., 
pre-baby. Foster h)oks like .she 
\\ ants to fly. Thalia wants to be 
Superman. ..with a blue cape. Ard 
and Sam took advantage of the 
file mud batli. Ketcluim remembers 
Katie's first dav on Karlh. Sarah 
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In it.s >L'Cond vear Orcliard House continued to grow and solidity its legacy w ithiii the TCS coninuinitv. Atter losing nian\ 
tremendous senior students o\er the summer to Mr. Hall and Brent House. Orchard House \\ as left \\ itii a great \oid to till, 
and that \'oid was tilled with Chip Simmons. We were then blessed with an exceptional group of grade nines \\ ho pro\ idetl 
the House with a lot of \oung leaders who will undoubtedly be great assets to the House in coming years. Many tlianks 
must go to our incredible Housemasters. Mr. Cameron, who will be lea\ing us for Brent House next year, pro\ ided great 
guidance and leadership, as well as "optional" chapel days. We wish Mr. Cameron the best with his new endea\ours. We 
are happy to say that Cory \\ ill remain to hold down the house w ith his inspirational words during every house meeting 
and being the cog in the "Orchard Machine". Despite not winning any house cnent.s, our House celebrated many great 
accomplishments o\er the year. Highlights included Rietzke's dramatic pertbrmance at the house plays, being the top 
debating house for the first three rounds, even setting a certain record thanks to our grade 9 debaters, and managing to 
get everyone through the Oxford cup, and getting 100% attendance, a rarity amongst day houses. We showed our athletic 
skills by doing well in the Winter House Olympics. Orchard pro\ed that we had the biggest hearts by donating the most 
gift boxes at Christmas. Orchard also had se\eral students who were \"ery much appreciated in the arts at TCS. The House 
is in great hands next year with James McCracken and Nick Meek as the next Heads of Houses and Mr. Langfbrd assuming 
the role of Housemaster. To the OACs, good luck in the future with whate\er you guys do. We w ish the \ery best to e\ery 
member of Orchard, and know that our great house will rise to the top. 

- Dvlan Johnston and Matt Ciarton 



Dvlan .Johnston 
Head of I louse 




Matt Garton 
Assistant Head 



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C'lockw ise from top left: 

Brc-akt'ast t)lyiii|ms tfrsoiir. Tin- 
Orchard Batniobilf. Casey is 
i (inifbrtable in liis nianliixHi. Meek 
ami Dkkson experiment w itli body 
ainting. P'thoo. Thumbs up was 
SCI Uist year. A cold welcome from 
the water truck. "My shirt is more 
orange than vonr shirt". "Heave 
I lo!" Jordan takes hair ad\ice from 
a Mad' coi?iie. Meek, what are 
vou actually doing;' 'Office Hours' 
gets Orange. More pulling. Think 
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While sitting outside on a beautitul sununer's (.lay we pondered to ourseh esjust liow lucky and fortunate we were 
to have been able to share oin- final year with thirty-nine talented girls and three amazing Housemasters. The 
year started off quickly w ith a House Outing to Laser Tag, where we thought pointing laser gims at each other 
would be a good bonding experience. Next we would like to give mad props to all the girls who ga\ e it their all 
throughout the year in House sports... GO RIGBY! A shout out also goes to those who debated for the House, 
especially the juniors - you gals did a whopping good job. Overall, Rigby had an awesome year. Some higiiligiits 
include: Medieval Times (the princess hat w as key), the famous drum solo, meeting some w acky tourists, a night 
of togas, pizza parties, Helga, and the hilarious "morning after" at Breakfast Olympics. Girls, your support and 
dedication to Rigby was outstanding and it wouldn't ha\e been the same without each and every one of you fme 
ladies. THANKS! Perhaps the most significant aspect of the year, howe\er, was when "Handywoman" Hands 
established the new Rigby House motto, "LIFE IS GOOD!" We would really like to thank the Housemasters for 
all their hard w ork and de\ otion; a "hand" goes to you all. To all the girls who are returning next year, good luck. 
^'ou are an awesome bunch, and we know you will keep that Rigby sunshine beaming. To Brooke and Jasmin, 30U 
two w ill do an amazing job next year! All the best, 

Lo\e alw ays, 
- Laura & Whit 



W'liitney "Wliizzle" Frascr 
.A.ssistant Head 




Laura "LT" Trim 
Hcail of HoiKsc 



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Jasmin. ..future asst. HOH. Mary 
and Laura hitchin a ride! Laura and 
litr loval followers.. Mush!. Look 
at tliose pearly whites. Queens ot 
the N'ight. The sun was shining at 
W HO. Rigbyites pretending to be 
iciyaltv. Thumbs up because. .life 
IS good!! Amber smiling so hard it 
hurts.. Rigby Special. .i; in 1 . Jennie 
and Jess out supporting Rigby in 
their yellow duds. Mikaela after 
one of those "nights". LIFK IS 
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In l\\v hcgiiiiiing, as alwiu-.s, Scott Housf was ratliant w itli uiiiciiie girls. Tlu-i-c was a \ ihraiit inixnircof sliyiu-ss aiul 
entluisiasni, intelligence and coniedv, antl last hut not least... spirit! As theyear progressed, these \iitues unified and 
filk'ti our halKvavs with happiness and laughter w hich will t'orexer last in our inemorics. From outings like Medieval 
Times (w here, we might add, our green knight won!!), to the Mandarin w here we (to put it hluntly) stuffed our 
faces, and finall}' to Mamma Mia, w here we got dressed up for once, we alw ays \alued our time together. We had 
just as much fun on campus, too. Our eventful house dinners and floor competitions brought out the spontaneity 
in us... An}' shyness w as fore\ er lost! Who could forget the crazy 80s outfits we came up w ith? Who didn't ha\ e 
fun during the Mortal Combat vs. Justin Timiierlake battles?! Who wasn't touched by the roommate skits and 
letters? Both inside the house and out, each and every one of us took pritle in ex])ressing just WHOSE HOUSE 
we represented. Hammy and Brutfy: you are the ones to thank for w hat our house has been and w ill continue to 
be. Look after our debating goose next year! We are happy to leaxe the House in the hands of Michelle and Robyn 
because we know you girls will ensure that Scott w ill remain a house of excitement and joy To the grads: take the 
memory of Scott w ith you and it w ill make a tlull day seem brighter. To the returning girls: keep our traditions 
ali\e, as we know you w ill. 

The time has passed and the vud has come. As Cyndi Lauper sang, "U'/ie/i the working day is done, GIRLS Just want 
to have FUN!" We sure as hell had fun! 

Lo\e, Brit and *SOF* 



Sophie Thomas 
A-ssistaiit Head 




l^ritta Towle 
I lead of Hou.se 



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Estel finally tore lu-rself away 
rom Sasclia to show otf the X- 
iiias tree. Mortal combat! Pop 
stars. Sage without medication, 
mo; needed a shower. Ketchun 
las an army, Scott has a police 
orce. .\ moment with the big 
guv himself Palmer picking up. 
Floor Combat. Good friends. 
Javmie, can you get those pants 
up any higher? Sof looking 
beautiful. Scotties decorating. 
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'rhi> year was one- of surprises, t'lm, aiul thallfiigrs. In only our second year, Wright House has continued to 
tlourisii and maintain an inijii-essive reputation. This year we had tiie smartest girls, the most athletic girls, the 
singers, the musicians - we were all round. W'liat more could we ask for as Heads of House? We dominated in 
House sports and none of us will e\er forget our slaughtering of Ketchum in Volleyball... try to go ca.sy on 
them next year. The girls in Wright House were always smiling, and the lounge was always filled with laughter, 
making Wright House an amazing place to be. Keep being enthusiastic. . .spirited. . .joyful. Don't waste your time 
here because it goes by faster than you realize. E\eryone who is returning, make your time in Wriglit House 
something special that you \s ill always remember. Ms. Feddery, in your first year as Housemaster, you ha\e done 
an excellent job. Your lo\e for tlie House and the girls is apparent, Wright House is in excellent hands. Ms. Hillier, 
you are an amazing assistant Housemaster. We will ne\er forget your many dances - during House meetings, 
dinners, e\eryw here! You are going to make a great w ife! There ha\e been many memorable moments this year: 
getting 100% participation at Oxford, dominating in Junior Debates, our Cowgirls House Dinner, and many more. 
Meaghan and Shalini, the House is in your hands now and we know you guys are more than capable... bring 
home the Langmuir Cup, we know you can do it. To the grads...all seven of us... we wish you the best of luck 
and know that you w ill achiexe many wonderful things. To Mr. Wright, no house is more proud to ha\e you as a 
namesake - we know that the girls will continue to make you proud. Thanks ladies for all the good times... we'll 
miss you all. 



Lo\ e Tem and Jess 



Jessica Docid 
Co - Head of House 




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Co - Head of House 



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Clockwise from top left: 

.\11 smik-s. Chri.stmas carols 
the "Wriglu" way. Beccy is a 
champion rider. 'J Prefs & 1 
HOH = trouble. Decked out 
i?i House colours. Dressed to 
the nines. Feds & Shannon 
got a lil wet. Biggar taught 
Kento exerything he knows 
Proudly wearing the Wright 
flag. Those smiles mean 
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OiKf upon a tiiiK-. a grmip of siikltiU^ wokt- up to a l)cautitul niorniiig.. .tlii.s nioi'iiing. W'liat tlicy may not lia\t- realised 
was tliat (Ml this day they \\ oiild cross into a new stage of tlieir Hves. A new beginning. The closing of one door, and the 
opening of anotlier. As thev pass tliis threshold they w ill he enriched by new lessons, and sec before them a wider horizon of 
learning. Thi.s, ladies and gentlemen, is graduation. The door that is gently closing behind us holds our past - our childhood 
years. We w ill keep om- years at the Junior School w ith us forever, our years as children when we were eager to learn, to 
laugh, to live. As we move on to the next stage of our li\es, it's important not to forget the treasures that the door behind 
us holds. These treasures are the greatest things we will e\er own ... our memories. 

We cherish our memories of classmates, and classrooms, friends and teachers; we cherish our encounters w ith staff, our field 
trijis to interesting places, the music and art, and the lessons we learned about life. But it is our job as student.s, and as young 
adults to reflect on what we ha\e learned and gain something from our time at the Junior School, before we take our first 
few steps through the doors opening before us. From our time as youth at the Junior School, we have learned confidence, 
the ability to laugh at oursehes, and reward oursehes for trying. We knew that no one was judging us and this knowletlge 
more than ever allowed us to be free as we tried new things and learned from the mistakes we made. We learned to take a 
step in the dark in hope of finding some light. And e\en if we didn't find light, someone else w ould be there waiting for 
us, w ith arms w ide open, ready to catch us if we were to fall. 

This was community. We learned to be there for each other, and how to support friends when they needed it. E\en school 
teams taught us how to encourage others when encouragement was needed, and work as a team to achie\e the best we 
could. Assemblies with Mrs. Piccini every Tuesday morning ga\e us a sense of belonging, as we knew in those assemblies 
we woidd be accepted and supported. We would be reminded of our responsibilities as citizens of the TCS community. We 
would recognise each other for accomplishments, and congratulate people for putting forth their best effort. Our sense of 
community was further enriched w hen we came together in Chapel e\ery Wednesday with lather Don to hear stories, and 
to sing and celebrate within our community. 

Finally, we learned commitment. We were committed to sports teams and music bands. We were committed to the School 
and to each other as friends. We were committed to our parents, because they were so committed to putting us through an 
amazing school. Finally, we were conmiitted to ourseh es. The Junior School taught us to set goals, and to try and achic\ e 
them for our own benefit. And if we didn't succeed, then we tried harder ne.\t time. We were committed to making ourselves 
happy, and the Junior School helped us so much in achie\ing that goal. 

Grade 8. Wow-, we've made it. From our first fearful day of school to this moment on, the door to our childhood has closed. 
W'c are young adults now, the people of the future who will go out and make a difi'erence in the w orld. We ha\e our parents 
and teachers to thank, as the door in front of us is w ide open, read}' for us to de\ elop the opportunities that lie ahead. But as 
some advice for the future. . .always remember. . .the door behind us w ill never be locked. It is alw ays there for us to revisit, 
as the treasures behind that door are ours. They are ours to learn from, ours to laugh about, and ours to build on. As we 
step into the new world that lies ahead of u.s, we must remember our chiklhood years as they ha\e shaped the people we are 
today. In the words of Dr. Seuss, "You're on your ow n. .VntI \'ou know w hat you know. .\ud ^'Ol' are the one who'll decide 
where to go..." 

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I'ront Kow (1, to R) Moig-an Hi-aHy..laiK-t Ciiklirist HaiUv. 
I.iuA ll.ivtrr. Ali\ I'arki'i-, Kyle Mistry. Dylan Ihiiilir, 
Sophia Ka.shul, Alrxaiuirr Tamo, (iialiaiii DiTsnali.Dav iil 
Wrsi. Iliirk llariulcn 

Middle Row (L to R) Mr. Hunter. Kohin Courtiic, 
lulia rishlock, Anuj Taiina, Joi-l Kraser, Carlio Botrir, 
Davna Taylor, Nelia Issar, Marley Hatlio, Laura Kay. Mr 
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Kolicrtsoii. Rvaii tialpin. Joiiathoii .Vustin. lain Jolin.soii, 
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(iilihri>t Bailey. .Mlison Bri)j;an. .Stephanie Kspirito Santo. 
Ashlvn Hodrii^iie-s. Kli/.ahetli Traicus 

Back Row (L to R) Mr Powles. Carly Reed. Skylar Nelilitl- 
Heid. De\ in Henderson, I'liyllis Langley. Nelia Issar. MarU\ 
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l-'rasiT, Justin Kim. Robin Gjurticc. Gak-n Klalii-rty. Mr 

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Front Row (L to R) Brca McNeil, Stephanie F^spnlto Santo, 

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Reeil. Julia Fishlock. Janet Gilchrist Bailey, Stephanie Murray, 

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Back Row (L to R) Jcnna Dickson, Laura DeGeer. Phyllis 

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Nuttall... Ozaki... Petro... Pollard... Prevost... Purzner... Raphael... Rietzke... Ross... Rutherford... Sanders... Sands... Savaria. 
Schell... Shaw... Simpson... Smart... Sobowale... Song... Sweet... Sylvester... Tao... Thomas... Thuss... Tirelli... Towle... Trim. 
Trott... Warren... Warren... Widmer... Williams... Wong... Wootton... Wright... Yalkezian... Aboud... Allen... Anderson... Banik. 
Berzins... Bhargava... Biggar... Birchall... Bissett... Brenann... Camm... Carey... Carfagnini... Ching... Chong... Chun... Chung. 
Clarke... Conyers... Conyers... Crocker... Currie... DeSilva... Deighton... Dersnah... Dewsbury... Dickinson... Dillette... Dixon. 
Dodd... Doyle... Flindall... Fraser... Garcia... Garton... Gentles... Gorman... Hawryluk... Hodara... Hodara... Honda... Hoy... John. 
Johnson... Johnston... Jung... Kan... Kang... Kavander... Kelly... Kim... Knowies... Kraumanis... Kuo... Lam... Law... Leavitt... Lee. 
Lee... Lee... Leung... Leung... Ligatsa... Lister... Mak... Mandeville... Martin... Mathieson... Mazar... McCutcheon... McDonald. 
McEachnie... McKenzie... McLaughlin... Morrison... Morrison... Muraki... Newman... Nguyen... Nuttall... Ozaki... Petro... Pollard. 
Prevost... Purzner... Raphael... Rietzke... Ross... Rutherford... Sanders... Sands... Savaria... Schell... Shaw... Simpson... Smart. 
Sobowale. . . Song. . . Sweet. . . Sylvester. . . Tao. . . Thomas. . . Thuss. . . Tirelli. . . Towle. . . Trim. . . Trott. . . Warren. . . Warren. . . Widmer. 
Williams. . . Wong. . . Wootton. . . Wright. . . Yalkezian. . . Aboud. . . Allen. . . Anderson. . . Banik. . . Berzins. . . Bhargava. . . Biggar. . . Birchall. 
Bissett. . . Brenann. . . Camm. . . Carey. . . Carfagnini. . . Ching. . . Chong. . . Chun. . . Chung. . . Clarke. . . Conyers. . . Conyers. . . Crocker. . . Currie. 
DeSilva... Deighton... Dersnah... Dewsbury... Dickinson... Dillette... Dixon... Dodd... Doyle... Flindall... Fraser... Garcia... Garton. 
Gentles. . . Gorman. . . Hawryluk. . . Hodara. . . Hodara. . . Honda. . . Hoy. . . John. . . Johnson. . . Johnston. . . Jung. . . Kan. . . Kang. . . Kavander. 
Kelly. . . Kim. . . Knowies. . . Kraumanis. . . Kuo. . . Lam. . . Law. . . Leavitt. . . Lee. . . Lee. . . Lee. . . Leung. . . Leung. . . Ligatsa. . . Lister. . . Mak. 
Mandeville... Martin... Mathieson... Mazar... McCutcheon... McDonald... McEachnie... McKenzie... McLaughlin... Morrison. 
Morrison... Muraki... Newman... Nguyen... Nuttall... Ozaki... Petro... Pollard... Prevost... Purzner... Raphael... Rietzke... Ross. 
Rutherford. . . Sanders. . . Sands. . . Savaria. . . Schell. . . Shaw. . . Simpson. . . Smart. . . Sobowale. . . Song. . . Sweet. . . Sylvester. . . Tao. . . Thomas. 
Thuss... Tirelli... Towle... Trim... Trott... Warren... Warren... Widmer... Williams... Wong... Wootton... Wright... Yalkezian. 
Aboud... Allen... Anderson... Banik... Berzins... Bhargava... Biggar... Birchall... Bissett... Brenann... Camm... Carey... Carfagnini. 
Ching... Chong... Chun... Chung... Clarke... Conyers... Conyers... Crocker... Currie... DeSilva... Deighton... Dersnah... Dewsbury. 
Dickinson... Dillette... Dixon... Dodd... Doyle... Flindall... Fraser... Garcia... Garton... Gentles... Gorman... Hawryluk... Hodara. 
Hodara... Honda... Hoy... John... Johnson... Johnston... Jung... Kan... Kang... Kavander... Kelly... Kim... Knowies... Kraumanis. 
Kuo... Lam... Law... Leavitt... Lee... Lee... Lee... Leung... Leung... Ligatsa... Lister... Mak... Mandeville... Martin... Mathieson. 
Mazar. . . McCutcheon. . . McDonald. . . McEachnie. . . McKenzie. . . McLaughlin. . . Morrison. . . Morrison. . . Muraki. . . Newman. . . Nguyen. 
Nuttall... Ozaki... Petro... Pollard... Prevost... Purzner... Raphael... Rietzke... Ross... Rutherford... Sanders... Sands... Savaria... Schell. 
Shaw... Simpson... Smart... Sobowale... Song... Sweet... Sylvester... Tao... Thomas... Thuss... Tirelli... Towle... Trim... Trott. 



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Kristi Aboud 

\\'»w. tiiiif itally doi'!. Ily! Mom and Dad: I hope I made yoii proud. I'm glad you 
madr those sairiticcs tor mr to get here. Christian: mash dem up hoy! I love you 
all. The year is o\er ah-eady and I've sailed in and out, picking up sonic lifelong 
friends and priceless nieinories along the wiiy K\e. my sister, my little animal: ne\cr 
tiirget that I'm the lawyer and you're the doctor, keep climhing o\er the highuay. 
and always walk through the drive through - I'll he back. Paul Matthew Dixon: 
you'll always lie thehiggest nerd KVKR... and you're right... I do love it. see you 
in Bermudidad Maggie: you little emo lo\er. never be mistaken; Murray may ha\e 
made us roonnnates; but lAoco/j^f maile us friends. \': my blossom. . you w ill always 
be my first. Knglaiid 2(KH was fantabulous; big up to the ringers. ..HEY. ..ten 
reasons why to .stay at the Milton! Ili Molly, Mi. Mi, Mi ..call iiic .i times, eat 3 
Ben's Cookie's and ne\er forget, the sidewalk! Sarah Stajan: you keej) cheering 
for those tree.s, and .-\nna: keep smiling princess. Rebecca: my world, 1 ... I lost my 
train of thought. . . "Choo Choo ". . .Waiiiiiiit!! Charles: remember me w hen you re 
famous, and I hope you find what you're looking for. you Jiinipless Gooch. Im- 
also lost a lot- like my luggage. Thanks Mr. Mills; I'll call you in twelve years tor 
your next birthday. Mr.s. Murray is a gem and Burns house is and always will Ik- 

the hottest. Mr McCord is top notch. Uncle Rodge, you made TCS w hat it is 

Alright TCS...o\er and out. 



Next year: L'iii\ersity of Western Ontario 




Kristin Anderson 

Coming to TCS was the easiest decision I ever had to make. I couldn't have 
dreanitnl ot" a better and more rewarding way to spend my last four years. To 
my tamily, thank you for your constant love and support. Mom and Dad, words 
cannot express my thanks for this incredible opportunity. I owe you the worlil 
and love you both so much. .Mike and I^ura, enjoy these years, they go by way 
too quickly. Feds, thank you for always being there. It has meant more that you 
know. Willzic, Murray, and Kelly. Burns has lieen the greatest home away from 
home. Coaches and teachers, thank you tor inspiring me, lielieving in me, and for 
your constant guidance and support Tucker and Mr CJanley, you have opened my 
eyes, my mind, arul my heart, 1 cannot thank you enough. To all my friemls who 
I lia\e shared these last four years » itli, whether mentioned here or not, you'\e 
maile my time here untbrgettable. Ian. you have always been my constant, thank 
you for everything. Sagcy, your friendship means the world to me. You lirighten 
up my day. Miche, mv twin, you'll always know where to find me. VIeg, the best 
roomie in the world, Ta(.)ists aiui lie tlow n ctimedians forever. Jen, criss cross and 
toolwright, procrastination was always our style. Prefects, thanks tor the laughs. 
it's been an adventure. To my basketliall. hockey, and rowing girls, thanks for so 
many amazing memories. .\nd kistly. Mi' Wright, you are my role model Trinity 
would not have been the same without you. I am forever grateful. ~Sljy murfejf 
and nothing less. Stay fiarUss. ' 

Next year: Queen's University 




Greg Banik 



Well, after five years of TCS, the only thing I can think of is that the time went 
way too fast. I want to thank all my friends, teachers, coaches, housemaster and 
advisor. I would name you all individually but I don't have the room and I ilont 
want to leave anyone out. It was with all of you that we celebrated successes 
and learnt from failures. My advice both to those graduating and these yet to 
graduate is this: remember that no one thing can make or break your life and that 
a mistake can be a goinl thing. .-VIso, do something that makes you look stupid 
at least once, so that y<iu don't have to worry about looking cool and you will 
always be remembereil. But don't let someone pick it for you (es|H-cially if it s 
a haircut What was I thinking?!?). Finally, when we come back for reunion, I 
know everyone will have done something to make me jealous and frankly, I can t 
wait to hear what it is. 

'lie all play Llie game that is life, so make your ozcn rules ami sliii to lliein. ' 



Next vean University of Western Ontario 




Mara Berzins 

So here we go: the beginning of the end, and four years suddenly seem like seconds. 
What this place teaches you isn't found in text books but in the eyes of every 
person you pass in the halls each day. It is to j'ou I owe my thanks, for you are the 
people who mould faults into attributes, you are the people who turn fear into 
love. It makes you not want to leave, it makes you wish v\ni knew from the start to 
always work hard, play hard and laugh liartl. To love hard, tall hard, and cry hard. 
To pick yourself up again, breathe deeper, walk slower, and smile, even when no 
one's watching because "anything worth hav ing is never ea.sy". Before you leave 
here, make sure you get to walk baretitot in the rain in Xovember. find "your song", 
share it with someone, and then sing it at the top of your lungs. Make time for 
the people you love, because one day you'll wish you had savoured every second. 
.\t the end of the day, when you look back, it'll be the frientls that you'll miss, not 
the assignmeiit.s. .Vnd so, to you all, I will forever be most grateful. 

Sointday we'll watv hello and wish we'd never waved goodbye. " 

-Smashing Pumpkins 



Next year: McGill University 



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Graham Biggar 



S(i till- tat lailv suiifi' lior song ami now it's time to go. 'I'o my parents, all this 
woiililnt have liappeiuil if it weren't for you, THANK '^'OLI. To the lioys fiir all 
I lie good times. THANKS, To tlieteaeliers. I'K, Stewiis, MeC'oril. Jakie, anil Held, 
lliank voii lor voiir « isdoin. To .Mrl.arge. thank you tiir putting up with Kemp, and 
lu Tedderv. thank vou tiir everything, we'll keep in toueh. To Mr Wright, thank 
voii tor heing vou. Thanks TCS fiir tiiur long yeai'.s, they've heeu awe.some. 

"Sff YOU in the Ctir. "- Milhou.M- 



Next yean University of Guelph 











Nick Brennan 

Kven though i'\r only heen at Tt'S tor two years, I've learned and made enough 
friends to last a lifetime. Firstly, Mom and Dad, your wisdom and lo\e liaM- yet 
again proved to he the hest tiir me. thank you. Bro, thanks for alw ays looking out 
tor me, and heing there no matter what. To my coaches: TI,, Mr Cameron. Mr 
.Mien. Hodges, V-\V'all, llayler and Hall. Thanks tiir the great .seasons and even 
greater niemoi-ies. To the 1 lockey team, keep the gong-show runnin' Bickle hoys, 
MCi (co...), .IL, AK, MT, here's to late nights, long slee|)-ins, and I'.T; knock a 
tist. Conyer.s, 'ya just gotta trust em'; we've heen through a lot, man, thanks tiir 
the good time.s. Sis...hor.sc. The rest of the guys, you made it all worth while 
Liesl, you've heen with me since the heginning. Two amazing years would not 
ha\e been possihie w itiiout \ou, thardi \\tu. 

- till our roails cross in some ilistant place in some far off lime, cheers and good 

luck! 

Next year: Queen's University 




Sheldon Callock 

I remember that one fateful day when Coach LangtbrtI took me aside. 1 knt-w 

what was coming. 

■"^'ou don't have to tell me," 1 said. "I'm off' the team, aren't ]?" 

"Well," said I.angy, "you never were really on the team. You made that unitiirni 

you're wearing out of clothes you stole from the Lost and Found, and your helmet 

is a Calculus binder '^bu show up at practice and then either steal the hall and make 

us chase you to get it back, or you try to tackle people at iriapprojiriate times," 

It was all true what he was saying. And yet, I thought, "Something is brewing 

inside the head of I.angford. He sees something in me, .some kind <if raw talent 

that he can mould." That's about when I felt handcufis go on. 

.My three pieces of advice to those still here: 

1 If you e\ er catch on fire, try to a\ oid looking in a mirror, because I bet that will 

really throw you into a panic 

'I. If you ever fall otV the Sears Tower, just go real limp, because niaybe you'll look 

like a diuiimv and jieoplc w ill try to catch you because, hey, h"ee dunnny. 

.'i. Remember it's true that every time you hear a bell, an angel gets its wings, but 

w hat they don't tell you is that every time you hear a mouse trap snap, an angel 

gets set on tire. 



Next year: Class Afloat at Lake Ontario 




Alex Camm 



Thank you, TCS. 



Next year: University of St. .\ndrew's 



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Marco Carey 



TCS was A liuiKh ol iiiixnl experiences that caniiDt be described here, but I am 
glad I went tliroiigh them. First. I would like to thank my grandmother tor proviil- 
ing me with the op|xirtunity to be a part ol TCS I would also like to thank my 
uncle and my aunt tor their support over the two years. God bless I would like to 
thank my coach, Mr. Christ. Ixtause without him 1 would not be the person I am 
todav on the basketball court. Thanks to Mr HolK-rt t<.)r being the ctH)lest aiid the 

most helpful teacher throughout high school. To all my home boys I w ill ne\er 

forget yall. To the Dawg Pound Crew in Bcthune Ciregg. Shae, Conyers, Cnxks, 
Carfag and Robbie... we ga link up later. Take time and stay out of trouble. To 
my other home boys Jamie, .Matt, Petty and C;eorge...take care. To all the ladies 
out there, take care and stay beautiful. To the ones that I knew personally, 1 w ill 
always rcmeml>er yall. To everybody else, take time and be safe. Peace. 

'Your TfpuUUion is in the hands of others. Thai's what a reputation is. Von can't control 
that. The only thing you can control is your character. ' 



Next vean Brock University 




Renelle Chong 



My first and only year at TCS has been amazing in so many different ways, ami 
yet it went by so fast. It was such a great experience for me, and I ha\e many 
memories that I'll take with me. 

I'd like to thank my parents for believing in me enough to send me here, and I'd 
also like to thank the rest of my family for all of their support and for putting up 
with me throughout the year. 

Thanks to those who were a very S|>ecial part of my lite here, and I'll miss vou 
all so nuich after I leave. I'm so glad that I decided to come here iKtausc 1 had so 
much fun, and 111 never forget my time here. 



Next yean Huran University College 






Jason Carfagnini 



1 figure tills is t()r my mommy so I U-tter not screw this up. Mom. thank y"" tor 
everything you have done, you are my backbone. 

"}~ou don't drmvn by falling in the water, you drmvn by staying there. ' 

-Edwin Louis Cole 

To my Dad, my inspiration, grazic per passare sulla vostra saggczza. Li rendero 
fieri. Tal padre, tal figlio. What the two of you have done for me over these is 
years... Thank you. Ben and Kiki. I loveyoulKith.Toall my lx)y.s from The Dawg 
Pound Crew to .XBP, thanks for the good times, but to all the I.,adies, thank voii 
for making it that much more interesting. Crocks, Shae, Gregg, Conny, Dillette, 
Marco, llonila aiul T-Dog. . . I love you giiy-s. 

".Vo one grozos up "canting to he the I'ice President" 

Peace. 



Next yean University of Guelph 




So-Hyun Chun 

Thank you TCS I hope that everyone will be happy. 



Next year: Korean University 



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Melanie Clarke 

WVII, I lan't l)elie\f lli:il my three years here are finally mer! I'd like to thank my 
parents tor seniiing nie heeaiise, hail I not cojne. I don't know where I'd he right 
now. Thanks tiir e\erythin)>- - I really appreciate it anil I love yon. Mrs. Murray, 
y>>n are my .second mother - thanks so much tor tolerating my antics. Thaidvs to 
;ill the teacliers who truly cared ahout me and my grades. And a special thanks to 
Mr. Hall for teaching me ahont tile world. I want to say thanks to all the ladies 
in Burns House o\er tlie past three years who have made me the person 1 am 
today It was an lionour to he HOH ot the hottest house on campus. Rooms and 
the mil", you are the best friends and I couldn't ha\c imagined doing it without 
you. Meg who is my life sii))port, eat silt and end it. Robs aka Bertha if I could 
he leftover with anyone I'm glad it was you - stay strong. Amanda, love, I'll miss 
you and your animated stories. Katie stay away from Jamaicans. Dejnity Dee, I'll 
miss you - have fun in L'SC, I'll look for your debut on Passions. Newmy. we'\e 
been through it all - the long term boys and the parties - best of luck to you next 
year! Church you lietter hold down the fort next year! For all the tri|>s that kept 
me sanc.B dot C dot, MTL x K C-«ood. London. Bra/.il, Bahamas, Halifax and 
.Mexico!. Thanks TCS. 



Next year: Wilfred Laurier University 




Alex Conyers 



I will nnss the pi'ople who've gone througit TCS with me the most. I am glad 
to have Ho?)da and (iregg here with me this year Shame Matchett and .Miller 
couldn't make it. Herbalists beware, lol. Belhune represent, we are the $hi/.zle 
and everyone knows it. Shirreff, Devin and Bethel, make sure you hold it down 
next year. To the boys who chilled with nie at night. Birthday beats svon't l>e 
forgotten for a long time to come. Hope TCS is all right next year for all those 
Ictt behind. I'm sure Brent will be fun fiir Petty and (reorge.yah, right. Robbie. 
don't have too nuich fiui in University. Marco. Crock.s, Carfag, Brennan and Mou.s, 
we guys should link up next year. Lastly, thank you Alex. You've taught nie so 
much and I am so thankful I went through TCS with you. You're my girlfriend 
now but you'll be my friend forever. Thanks for putting up with me, mom and 
dad. You made all this possible and I will always he in debt. Hope Caitlin enjoys 
the next three years f<>llowing in my fi^iotsteps. Thanks to all my teachers and 
coache-s. K.specially Mr Keiser, who always told nie what to do when I screwed 
up. So 1 guess that's it... I'm out! Peace. 

"Reality is unmg. Dn-anis are for real. " -Tupac Sliakur 



Next year: Middlebury College 




Jonathon DeSilva 

Das id Brinkley once said "1 successful persun is one who can lay afirmfoundalion zvitli 
l/ie bricks that others throw at him. " In my opinion, that's what TCS has allowed me 
to do. Mom and Dad I can't thank you enough for throwing those bricks at me. 
.As for building that foundation, six years has been more than enough time for 
that to happen. I wouldn't give up my experiences here for anything. They have 
maiie me who I am today and for that tliey are priceless. As fc)r you Becks, my 
advice is to just ride the roller coaster ti>r all it's worth. Take the ups and dow ns in 
your stride and no matter what, don't give up on it. To all the teachers who have 
shared the laughs with me o\er the years, thanks for being there, you know who 
\(iii are. To my friends, all the best next year. I lail.s. we finally made it out; 1 alw ays 
told you we would. The past three years haw been full of so many memories; I 
Nvouliln't change any of them. Finally, Patricia, the lo\e of my life, what can 1 say. 
I'\c probably put you through hell over the past year and yet you've stuck by me. 
I love you even more because of that. Overall, I've learned a great deal due to my 
time here at TCS and I believe that the w isdom gained from this experience will 
aid me in the rest of my life's endeavours. 



Next year: University of 'Western Ontario 




Megan Dersnah 



"Uoiv lucky I am lu have something that makes saying gooil-bye so hard. ' -Anonymous. 
To my i>arents and family: Tliank you fiir the experience and for your support. 
I lo\'e you more than anything. To Ciraiiam: you'll shine in the Senior School, 
bud. To my beloved friends: thank you to those of you that accepted my faults, 
supported me w hen things got rough, laughed when 1 was laughing, and stayed 
liy my side when 1 was crying. It's been an honour to know such amazing people. 
To my teachers, ct>aches and directors: thank you for pushing me towards lof'tier 
goals than 1 thought I could achieve. You saw more in me than I .saw in myself 
'I'o those of you that continue at Trinity next year: "//' you're going through hell 
keep going." -\Vh\slon Churchill. Persevere through the difficulties. .\nd to Mr 
Wright: I don't think you could ever really know how deeply you touched each 
of our lives. .And finally, my last words: I can't promise that in fifty years I will 
remember every intricate detail of my three years at Trinity, but I jiromise I w ill 
remember the way you made me feel. Trinity transformed me into the person that 
I am today and I am thankfiil that now I am closer to the person that 1 want to 
become. I w ill remember the part that each one of you played in this exciting time 
of growth and transition and I am grateliil. Remember that everything happens 
for a rea.son, .so take a deep breath and jump in. Thank you. truly. 

Megan .Alexandra Dersnah 



Next year: University of British Columbia 



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Emily Dewsbury 



W'lii'ii It comes to Trinity, there are two possible routes to take. Tlie first, is 
to become a quiet computer nerd who sits in his or lier room stressing o\ir 
cvcrytliing. The second, is to take \vhate\er the school throws at you and just 
GIVER Hejrardles.s I had my share of occurrences through high school, w hich 
1 have e\perienced w ith many of you. I mastered deception. I conquered trickery, 
and most ot all I o\ ercanie pressure. The pressure to succeed at Trinity has taught 
nie that success is inevitable as long as you try. If things don't work out the wdv 
you intended, just think of how much worse it could have been. Special thanks 
to my parents tor everything they've put up with, and to my frienils. especially 
Maddv May. I don't think I could have done it without our ruthless party t.ictics 
(KNCC)KK). Keep on truckin', babe. To all of my other dear friends, particularly 
the olil schoolers, we'\e shared so many indescribable moments and it's been 
awesome. There is no handbook telling you how to go about life, so just play it 
by heart. My heart tells me it is time to move on and 1 thank you all for leaving 
ine with wonderful niemories. 



Next year: Uiii\ersitv of Western Ontario 




Robyn Dickinson 



My past three years here have been tough vet fun. My first year I started out as a 
shy little girl w ho didn't know w hat she wanted out of life, but because of TCS, I 
ha\e grow n into a mature young woman striving lor her hopes and dreams. Thank 
you so nuich for teaching me to be the person I am today; without you I ilon't 
know where 1 would be. Mom, Dad - thank you ti)r all of your lo\e and support, 
I couldn't ha\'e made it through without you. .Ten, Laura and Mike — you guys are 
the best older siblings a girl could have. Mel, Meg, Dee and Manda - BKH Tll.V 
will never be forgotten. Sage and Diana - thanks for putting up with me, I love 
you guys. Miclielle - thanks for being a great roomie, good luck next year. BUI' 

- 1 missed all our crazy times this year, you all w ill remain in my heart f<>re\ei', 
Murray - you couldn't have done a better job, thank you for everything. Duncan 

- never change, 1 love you just the way you are. .\nd last bvit certainly n<Jt least 
Dl ~ I ani going to miss all of our chats next year, thank you for your fi'iendship, 
I will never forget all vou have tlone! Foui" spoonfuls of friends, two pinches of 
teachers, three dashes of homework, five handfuls of all-nighters and ten cups 
of fun makes the recipe of TCS complete, with just enough of each ingredient 
to make it perfect. 



Next year: University of Windsor 



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Jenn Flindall 

High school years are about learning - not just about the life cycle of fruit tlies 
or normal distributions - but about people, about life, about yourself I b.ive only 
been at this school for two years, but they have been two of the best years of my 
life. The friends I've made, and the times we've shared, I will never forget tlie.se. 
Trinity is where I began to become who I am, who I will be. It was stressful at 
times - exams, .seminars, ISPs - but hysterical at others - house plays and outings, 
sports games, and just sitting in the lounge or change room talking about great 
movies. Trinity has become a second home to me, Kigby house a second family. 
1 want to thank Ms. Beck antl Ms. Pain for guiding me through my time here; 
my friends fiir distracting nie when 1 needed to be; .\rthur for taking care of ine, 
anil pushing me to heights I could never have imagined reaching without you; 
my brothers and sisters for believ ing in me; and most of all my mother, tiir being 
my role model and my inspiration, giving me advice and a stern talking to when 
1 needed it, and tor being my friend i-V/l when I couldn't turn to anyone else. 
Thank you all tiir getting me through it, and helping me find myself 

Next year: University of CJuelph 



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Matt Gentles 

I'iisl I w am Id tliaiik iiiv parents for the opiwrtunity they gaxe me H hen they sent 
ine to Trinity anti for the support they iT'^^e me liiirinjj the \arioiis challenu;inii' 
times. Without them I couldn't have made it all the «ay to my TCS graduation. 
Res|>eet to my brother and hregin .laime. 1 kno« he's gonna hold it down here at 
TCS next year. Big up to my other bregin. the toppa top .\dam Petty. Shout out 
to Marco Carey, Nick Brennan # 1 roomjnate. good luck in your late night Dom 
games next year Kizzle, it's been an experience. Robby aka JetT. Bermy lK>y Lister. 
Snagga Trott. Cieorgie « ith his base booma and Arditli w ith the cannon. To anyone 
else that I ti)rgot, it was an accident really, big up. My experience here at TCS was 
a |K>sitive one because of" these |>eople. Now, that it's finally over I can truly .say. 1 
enjoyed my time here, even though I'm glad it's over. Good luck to those that are 
here next year, especially those in the number one house, Bickle. 



Next year University of Western Ontario 




Greg Gorman 



I li rCS! In my time here, I've learned three things: 



I C:all (905) 885-6309 for Abby's Cab. Fares within Port Hope range from .S4.2i 
to S7.25. To get to Cobourg, expect to pay at least $10.00. 

'J. Two in fixe people don't wash their hands after going to the washroom, so I 
don't reconmiend eating the Otiice jelly beans. 

:i. There are thirty-four steps leading up to the Record Room from the Davies 
Centre. 



I hope this comes in handy some day* 



('Grade quoU supplifd by editors.) 



Next year: University of Western Ontario 




Haru Honda 

This grad quote is dedicated to all the students who didn't make it... 

Yeah I made it!!! 

I'd like to thank my parents for giving opportimities to open up a new world 

outside of Japan, and supporting me throughout four rough years in TCS. .Msi) 

thanks to my housemaster, Keiser, antl adv isei", Robert. 1 wouldn't be in the West 

right now if you two hadn't hel]>ed me out Robert, you are the best teacher ever! 

I thank N'andervval and his wife for being part of Betliime. 

tJregg and .\lex, I would nev cr thought we three would be the ones who lasted til 

the end. Gregg's mom. Rose, you are like my second mother, thanks for ev erything' 

Members of B.\P. 1 came here to meet people like you. Boys of Bethime: Ben. 

Sdbby. Brendon, keep Bethune the best house. Cieorge and Petty, good luck next 

year in TCS. Thanks to Kstel - 1 would have failed my .\Ps without you and 1 

wish you the best next year Jigga, Hemisjibere Unite, dat s all I have to say. 'JO.'iO 

baby!! Lastly thanks to .\nna for supporting my life here, I love you. 1 wont tiirgei 

our times, lol. 

I'm sure everyone says the same thing, but gootl luck next year ladies n gents 

and more ladies!! 



Ne.xt year: University of Toronto 

















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Next year: Q 


Hoy 

Osier food, Osier food, 
I love this cafeteria, dude. 

Soup's hot, ice cream's cold. 
There's rarely ever any mold. 

Yesterday's chicken is tomorrow's soup. 
It's tasty anyway. Woop! 

Sign in at breakfast, sneak in first lunch. 
I rarely ever get up tiir brunch. 

.^s 1 go 1 realize that. 
.\t uni food will taste bad. 

Osier food. Osier food. 
I'll miss this cafeteria, I'm so sad!* 

(*Grad quote su/tplied by editors.) 

ueen's University 




Dylan Johnston 



All rif;lu, I'm I'liially j;radiiiiting. I still have no idea what to put in my grad 
Hiiote. It's hard to sum up high school in two hundred words. First of all. thanks 
to mv lamilv tor rMrything, the teachers along the way. Mr. Cameron and Mr 
.MeKercher lor iH'ing such a great housemasters, thanks to my friend.s, you know 
who vou are. Cheers. 



Next vean Dalhousie University 




Irene Kang 

Thank you TCS. 



Next vean Korean University 




Seungmin Jung 



It's been a great lime at TCS. First of all, I would like to thank (lod and mv 
parents who g;ive me this opportunity to study here. The two years that I spent 
at TCS ha\e been a rewarding experience. Finally. I am graduating and it is time 
to lea\e. Thanks everyone and good luck next year. 



Next year: University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne 




Sage Kavander 



Its hard to believe that some of the best years of my life are quickly coming to 
an end. This has been the experience of a lifetime and I w ill never forget it. F"irst. 
I would like to thank my family as a whole. I love you more than life itself Mom 
and Dad you have given me the world, I owe this to you. To my tour great siblings, 
thanks tor all you do your support is greatly appreciated. Good luck next year, Jesse 
you'll be awesome. To my grads of 'joo.t, you girls arc truly amazing. .Mso. a huge 
thanks to those who have made this year better than I could have ever imagined. 
Kristin, you hav c show n me the true meaning of friendship. Robs, continue to shine 
Ko()niie, you are pure potential, -len. Mav the t()urth be with you. Ian, you've been 
more than I could have asked for. Laura, never stop dancing. Feds, you never gave 
up on me ami to that 1 owe so much. To the Kedwells, thanks for all you've done 
tor me. To my vv onderful housemasters and Scott I louse, thanks for making me teel 
at home. To all the rest, you know who you are; thank you, I love vou more then 
you'll ever know. Ciood luck to those I'm leaving behinti. ^'ou will all Ix? amazing 
in your final year Don't take it for grante*! you'll miss it when it's gone. Lastly. 
Mr Wiiglit, this experience wouki never have been the same vv ithout you. "Etrry 
stor\ /his Its til J, hut in lift' nrrv ttu/inf^ is just a new bfginntnf^. " -Sagev 



Next year: Queen's University 



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David Kim 

AIhac all. I thank CkhI for k-ailini; mv liero in liis hlfssiiiji. During my first year 
at 'res, "Partlon?" - this was w hat rrally I'lnbarrasseil nif all iIk" linio. But \cTy 
kind jK'i>|)li' liiTf iK'vor nogkrtrii trying t(i uniK'rstand my English, and now, 1 am 
luTc « hi'ri' I coiikl ha\ c in'\i'r rcachrd \\ ithoiit thi'ir Mi|)|5ort. \'w hcfii \iTy happy 
to be with thi'in. Kspocially, Mr llimtor l<>r londncting my spirit, Mr Brown t()r 
teaching mathematics tor three years. Mr Thornton tor takiiig care of my TC'S 
life. Mr Kei.ser and Mr. Ingram tiir teaching iiie w hat team' is, Mr Christ tor the 
fantastic liaskethall sca.son, Ms. Botrie ti)r helping complete my fifteen I'niversity 
applications, and Mr. Robert f()r making fini of me (ioke~), I really thank all 
of yon. Kverv teacher who has taught me, coolest boys and girls who we ha\e 
studied and run together, and lovely Korean folks here, yon know who you are. 1 
w ill ne\er tijrget the time we shared together at TCS. Lastly, I want to thank my 
family. Without them, I cant e\en imagine how 1 would be now. I lo\e you mom, 
I lose you dad, and I lo\e you my dear sister. .And special thanks to SJ for being 
my spiritual supjxirter. I lo\e you. 

Today. I pray Got! for his endless blessing in my future. , . It's time to face another 
tiiture and burn myself to make it shiny So help me God. 



Next year. Boston University 




Tim Kraumanis 

1 lere I am at J o clcu k the morning l)eforp this is due. If anything, TCS has taught 
me how to succeed at procrastinating. It has l)een the key to my success in tile last 
five years. Five years, that .somids like a long time, but it has gone by in a flash. 
The memories I have from this place are enough for a lifetime. Townie brawls, 
■jU$ f'acs, H.\LI" D.\Y^'\'s, semis. It has been my home fiir half a decade. I need 
to .say thanks first and f(>remost to my parent.s. who gave me the opportimity to 
be here .Mr Wright, who made this school what it is today, you are an inspiration 
To Phil, thank you fiir your guidance... I still haven't thought of the nickname. To 
my teachers, thanks f(>r not giving up on me. Most importantly, to all my friends 
vvlio made this experience that much more special... to all the HOs, keep on truckin 
boys. Brent boys. Cam, .loel. (ierrv, .IC and so many t)thers, you made nie feel like 
I belong. ..thanks, lladil, you taught me how to be happy with who 1 am, and I 
am truly grateful. Whit, the party animal, 7 years together... love ya. The other 
Rigby girls. . .much love. LT, Timmy's? Daisy, thanks for your support, you're the 
best. Sorry if I forgot anyone. The last five years haven't Ijeen easy, but they have 
definitely been worth it. I leave this place a better per.sori. .Motivate, succeed, try, 
work, play, drink, laugh, love, and, most importantly, live. You oidy get one chance 
at life, so live it the best you can. 
"Eat, drink mid he mriry.Jor tomorrow we die. " -Dave Matthews 



Next year: Queen's University 




Ji Soo Lee 



Thank you TCS. Good bye.. 



Next year: Universitj' of Illinois at Urbana Champagne 




Jason Leung 



The essence of the TCS community is not TCS itself, but its constituents. They 
have made a difference in my life. 

I cannot quantify the extent to which these individuals have touched my 
life. They have influenced and inspired me in many more ways than one could 
ever imagine. 

It is to these individuals - Mr. Wright. Father Don, my housemasters, teachers, 
and friends - that I express my deepest gratitude. 

I would also like Xo thank my parents for their ongoing support. 



Next year: McMaster University 



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Estel Ligatsa 



To he honest, I don't want to leave the School yet. I love it here. I don t understaiKl 
those people who complain ahoiit being in this school, including too niiicli work, 
yadda. yadda, yadda. That's just how ALL school^ arc. Being in this school. I 
ex|H'ricnce something completely diflirent Irom what I ha\e at home And I'm 
grateful t(>r that. This wouKin't be possible without ha\ ing my parents supporting 
me from the beginning. 1 lo\eymi and 1 would never be able to pay back all your 
lo\e t()r me. And all my teachers, housemasters, advisor, and of course, all my 
girls in Scott House thank yon for being my backbone Most importantly, to all 
my Ix'stest friends, who'\'e been there all along for me, Kcho, Chloester, Mish 
Mish. Sascha. & Honda. I have ne\"er had such a tight friendship in my life before. 
^'ou guys show me w hat friends mean. 1 feel very fortunate to haw such great, 
funny, and not to mention, naughty friends like you guys. You should be proud 
of me; I'm leaving this school knowing how to pronounce "diagonally" properly. 
Loxe you to the fullest! You guys are the greatest; enjoy whatever each of you 
:ire ha\ing ne.xt year 



Next \ear; University of Toronto 




Gregg Mandeville 



It is time for me to say my thanks and my gooil byes. Four years come and gone, 
w ho would have thought? First of all thank you mom, I love you so much. To all 
of those who I have seen come and go. Matchett, you were a brother to me, thanks 
for everything and we'll meet up in the near future. Bethel, Jigga I'll miss you. Best 
ot luck to little Bethel. Conyers and Honda, you boys have been there with me 
through the thick and thin, every time 1 thought about not coming back, I thought 
alxiut not ever seeing yini boys again. Don't take this the wrong vv ay but, I lov e you 
lx)ys, and thanks so much to both of you. Shae and (5eorge. you boys stuck by me 
too. Cjcorge. grade nine to now boy, we were tite YEE! Bahamian boys, yall boys 
were safe man, we had some gooil times .Ml my boys at home RKSPlvCT to the 
B-L'Nir family. Keiser and the bulldogs, thanks liir making a home tiir me. 
NS'ell folks I left my marks all over the school: soccer fields, basketball court and 
the rugby field. Peace out. 
One love, see you at a reuni(»n some time. Never! 



Next yean University of the West Indies 




James Lister 

"'/'//(• only l/tiiig thiit tunies to ii sleepinir vttiti is dreams. " -Tupac 
Finally, two long years are over First, I would like to thank my parents and m\ 
adv isor TL, for helping nic get through everything at TCS. .\nthony aka Kiz/le. 
we had some good times dog. hold ilown strong Tt'S next year NutV love to the 
Bickle boys, mainly Matt T. Matt (i and Nick who made each night fun whether 
is was playing doniinos or cards, jokin about Kizzle or listening to Matt (J's deep 
talks about the most random stufF. Don't worry. Matt, there will always be some 
girl for you out there. Shout out to the three ladies vyho made this last year real 
interesting and also to the Hodara twins who were always fun to hang with. To 
the Bethune crew, Conyers, Dillette. and Marco, it vyas fun playin Fifa and just 
chillin Nufl' respect to Honda, Ciregg. and Shae, you all kept it real and brought 
laughter into my life. .Mso Dillette if you ever do pull ofl' the "Bahamian bounce " 
give me a call. To the soccer team, keep holding it down against S.-\C' and Kidley. 
I would also like to thank my rugby aiul soccer coaches these last two years. . .it 
was a lot of fun and you really helped nie dev elop as a player and grow as a person. 
To all tile teachers and my liouscmaster, Mr .Allen, thank you for watching over 
me these years and keeping me out of trouble. Peace. 



Next year: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 




Ian Mathieson 

"hift" is etlhfr a daritifr iidveiilurf, or nothing. " Helen Keller. 

Well, I can easily say that these four years have been the best of my lili.' tiius far 
First I need to thank my family for always supporting nie no matter what my 
endeavour. A special thanks to .Xndrea, you're an aw esome sister Mr Parker, thank 
you for making music the best part of my day. Thanks to Mr I^ivvry and I'eils tiir 
your coaching, leadership and guidance. Campbell, thanks for an amazing final 
year. Mr Wright, you have truly been an inspiration to me - thanks for making 
this place w hat it is. Finally, and most importantly, thank you to all of my friends. 
Kristin, it is impossible for me to thank you for everything you've done for nie. 
Thank you liir tinir great years of constant support. 1 could hav e never asked for a 
better friend. Dan. you've been a great roommate and friend, thanks for everything. 
Thanks to Mazar. .lonio. Purz. Rishi, JC. Whitey and Nuttall. ,sFN was a blast. 
•Vlicbe and Sage, thanks for always being there for me. Britta, Simpson, Rietzke, 
.len, and Can<lice, I only hope that I have been half as good of a friend to you as 
you all have l)een to me. Mara. Megs. Purz, Kris and I'ras. it's been a journey, one 
that I'd gladly do again. Thanks everyone, it's been an adventure. 
"\rvcr shall I forget the tirtie I sl>ent -cithyou. Please continue to he my friend, as you uill 
ahcavs find we wiirs. " -Beethoven 



Next year: McGill University 



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John Craig McEachnie 



I tliiiik it is iiii|x>rlant to thank my parents, lamily. friciuls, coaches and inspiring 
teachers for ]o\e, friendship, encouragement ami all otfu-r attributes that come 
to mind TC'S has iKeJi a blast: riuming with Wright wlio taught me to lo\e the 
s|x)rt. volleyball, skiing, swimming and my passion, rowing. Winning the Oxtiird 
Cup. coining third in Canada tor rowing ... my dream to medal at the Henley 
made possible through Klly. Recci\ ing athletic awards, w hich has led to grander 
opportunities to evolve in my immediate future. Exchange to Michaelhouse was 
life-nhanging and inspiring. Hodgetts and Brent House lia\e been an amazing 
time while travelling to lx)ndon, Paris, \ arious parts of .Africa and Barbados with 
friends; the incredible times and memories that I will never tbrget. We are legends! 
res has been a chance for me to grow, learn and develop into the person I am 
today Nonetheless, it has only been a stepping stone in life . . . I n w Inch 1 took the 
right step. It has allowed me to chose the next step correctly 

'The person who risks nothing, does nothing, sees nothing, lias nothing and is nothing, lit- 
itinnot learn,feel, change, gnnv, love and /;i'f. "-.■\uthor Unknow n. 



Next vean Queen's Unixersitv 




Andrea McLaughlin 

Dance like no one is watching, 
^'ng like no one is listentng, 
Ilhrk like you aren't getting paid; 
and live like heaven is on earth. " 

I would like to take this op|X)rtunity to thank my family and friends. Without lluni 
I wouUln't be where I am tc>dav. 



Next year: Trent University' 



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Mike McKenzie 

First I'd like to start by thanking my parents. Without them I would have never 
got this opportunity or made it out of here alive. .Mr Large: Thank you for 
imderstanding my situation better than anyone else and helping me get through 
it. You helped me through some rough times. I ha\ e the utmost res[)ect for you and 
wish you luck in the future. Biggar, J.I. Pat, Kev and Kras: gooti lurk in imiversity. 
Keep in touch. Jon and Ciadd: Stay out ot trouble. Russ: Keep everyone in line next 
year. Tirelli: Thanks for comiii' here with me ... I'll set ya in Whitby (where the 
GT never ends). Crocks: Keep stopping that puck and workin' hard. Brock and 
Kemper: See ya at the cottage. The past three years have been fun, but now it's 
time to move on. Thanks. TCS. 



Next vean University of Toronto 




Patrick Morrison 

Every night before I went to bed for the past three years I prayed to God. I prayed 
that he would do my homework for me and put it in the front jwuch of my knapsack. 
It was only this year that I figured out that this did not work. This year I figured 
out what I needed to do to succeed, and I actually put it into action... a little bit. 
Many people have helped me through my time at TCS, and I would especially like 
to thank my parents for believ ing in me more than anyone else. I would also like 
to thank Michael Cooper for prov iding me and my friends with hours of laughs 
and entertainment. I woidd like to thank ev eryone in the TCS community for all 
the memories, good and bad, and the many life lessons I have learned over the 
past four years. It was fim. 



Next year: University of Guelph 



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Brett Muraki 

'RfmrinhfT it hx you ,airu! ,imi while you 're alive, experience the warmth before you gnrw 
oiy. "-Inctibiis. "The W'arnitli." 

It's been a rough ride these seven years, but I thank all those who helped me 
through it. To my brotlier Zac; words cannot begin to express my gratitude to 
vou. Thank vou for getting me through the ordeals of last year Jon. fallen but 
not forgotten; my dcwr is always open, regardless of the time. To the east and 
crew of .7 Midsummer Sight's Dream, it was a dream come true to play Theseus. I 
was deeply humbled by all your comments. Ms. Miller, thanks for belie\ ing One 
more thing, funny how I missed BUTII procrastination sessions, eh? Finally, Mom; 
thanks for exervthing... and so nuicli more. 

'U'lll I ever get to where I'm going? ff 'ill I everfoUorw through with what I hail planned''^ 
I guess it'spossiNe that I have keen a hit distracted and the directions/or me arc a tot less 
in demand. I take a look around it's evident the scene luis changed. And there are times 
when I feel improved upon the past. Then there are times when I can't seem to understand 
at all. . . ' -Incubus, "Now here Fast" 



Next vean Lakehead L'niversirv 




Diana Newman 

Its .May. and my grad quote still isn't in. ..typical. However, I think I'm finally 
grasping the iilea of leax ing this place. TC'S has Ix'eii my esca|>e, the only part of 
my lif^■ which I've understood. The thought of leaving this comfort zone scares 
me Where to next? Whose path will I cross? The past three years now seem like 
a big blur I question how 1 can nnister the words to thank the people in my life 
Here it goes: HW, you're my role model anti inspiration. It's because of you that 
this is possible I've done it. Mom and Dad, thanks for gi\ ing me this opportunity 
and for teaching me that what doesn't kill you only makes you stronger Thank 
you to all the people who have walked into my life here at TCS, whether friends, 
teachers or peers ^'ou were my inspiration Mr I lay. a stellar three .seasons!. Thanks 
for pushing me. Thanks to the people w ho said I couldn't, because now I've proved 
you w rong. Scottie.s remember to stay true and don't change for anyone. Kspecially 
you, Lou and Cait. I lotik up to you. Mv girls, Mnuneeeggg, do you hear what 
1 hear? MC, the old fashioned \\ay! .\K. always staying true. .\rd, my Jamaican 
sista. RD, thanks for being there for me. Sage, next d(x>r neighbour, thank y*)U 
Jane, well, we made it to the finals (and if we didn't, well, we should have) Britta, 
thanks for putting up with me! To everyone else, you've touched me in a way that 
I could never imagine Thanks! .\ few highlights from the road: S<|uash and the 
l>each, pine trees, Sutton, balloons anyone? Creeper, Jamaica, rowing, boyfriends. 
lmOut...D 

Next yean Queen's University 




Tay-Son Nguyen 



"Who are we? Can't you see'? It begins witll a great bigT...' Wou. Words of a. song that 
never meant anything intimidated any opposing team. Mayl)e we should start by 
finding more impressive songs. ..Ha! I would like to start by thanking my family 
for your supjxjrt during my days at TCS. Let's not forget all the friends 1 made, 
because without you and my family, I ne\"er would have made it through as well 
as I did. To the BS football coaches, we made it to the playofts this year, I hope 
the txjys are now inspired to win it all. If not, two horse races per week should do 
the trick. Show the fxjys your love of the game and the championships will come 
back. "I'icturx comes with a price, but it depends haw mtu'h you're willing to pax. " To 
the teachers that have inspired me, .Mr Robert and Mr Taylor.your knowledge 
and passion in your subjivts showed me how fun life can be if you're doing vv hat 
you love. I just hope I can remember that once I leave. To all the Quebec boys, 
keep showing them why our prov ince is THF BEST there is for everything! Go 
Habs Go! Vive un Quebec libre...sous le controle du Canada! Two years flew by 
pretty fast and my passage through this school, whether I liked it or not, affected 
my grow th as an individual. Thanks & good luck to all the 0.-\Cs that graduated 
before me and to those with a year left. TCS isn't that bad. . once you're gone! 



Next year. Concordia University 




Fraser Pollard 

Six years is a long time to be at one school, but with the people I met and the 
experiences I had it seems like almost nothing. First off, I want to thank my 
parents and grandparents for sending me here and suppt>rting me the whole time. 
Thanks to Lindsay and Cam for just being around. Big TH.ANKS to the boys in 
Hoilgetts (Oeighton, T Biggar, .Mike, Kemper, Martin, J..I., Richards, Riiss, and 
Moiihon just to name a few) for making it worth going in every morning. Thanks 
to all the guys in other houses for struggling through classes (Crocker, Dillette, 
.Mazar), playing sports (Brennan, Carfag, Nuttal. Garton), or just partying! The 
rugby tour boys, ti)r making it a trip of a life time. Thanks to the other prefects, 
for making my part easy. Thanks to all the teachers and P.K. for helping along the 
way. To all the ladies that also helped make my stay at TCS worthwhile Quick 
thanks to my coaches (Hodges, V-wall, Allen, T.L., Cameron, Hayter, Stevens and 
Hay). The list of thanks goes on and on. All these people I thank have helped 
to shape who I am, and will be remembered. I think I'm ready lor whatever faces 
me next, thanks to the friends I had and the challenges I faced at TCS. It's weird 
to Ix- over, but the time has come to go, thanks to everyone for six great years. 

-Fraser T Pollard 
"Il'isdom is knowing when you can't be wise. ' -Muhammad .Mi 

Next year: University of Western Ontario 



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Jean-Marc Prevost 

"Aihl uoulil il hiivf bifit ziuii/i it, a/lir all, ll'imld if hare hern ivorlh while, -l/ter the 
sunsets and the ifiiirtvari/s and the sprinkled ^n-ens, .IJler the navels, after the classes, after 
the suspensions that line our records - And this, and so much more'''- It is impossible to say 
/list u'hat I mean! Hut as if a nuigie lantern threzr the nerves in a patterns on a screen: 
II 'oulci it have been zcorth while If one, settling a pen or throwing off a tale. And turning 
toward the window, should say.,. " 

I lui\t'C(mU'aiui l)a\'t"{siniie\vliat) stayt'il at a M-hool iluc to j^itts tVoni many pcopli-. 
My parents: possiliility Aubrey and Coin-t; guidance and inspiration. Michelle: a 
iMcklxme. Tile Triunn irate: maturity and faith. Roddy: strength. .'iKN: laughter. 
BrerU: taniilv unit. C'ani|>hell: re.spoct. My life is ineffable because of the indescrib- 
able people Trinity has lined it with. Bucky, Kristin, K-Bear. Rodger, C. Robert, 
Donny McC'ord, Kr'(an)cois, Ian, .lomtj, Conyers, Jesse, .Alex C", B-toun, Big Star 
Mel, Chlorine l-'renchy. Brown Town, Ardos. Ciill, .loel, Britta, i^arton. Walker, 
Marriott, Dubbie, (iraridlield. Hodgis, PK, Katie C. Borks. To all those I'm leaving 
behiiul I otler you three words ami a thought. Tradition. Respect. Loyalty. With 
those woi-ds you may not be able to stop the sun, but you can make it run. Li\'e 
your life in the light; the darkness is nuich too cold. Final count: .'i years of ADP, 
.s Suspensions, 1 Expulsion, anti 1 Diploma 

"With that, the hour of our departure litis arrived, and we must each go our wavs. I to 
mv future, and you to the present. IP'hich is better, only God knows. " 

Next year: University of King's College 




Roddy Purzner 



What can 1 say about this place:' Four years have gone by in the blink ol an 
I ye. To my parents, thank you for giving me this opportunity, and to my big 
brothers, tiiaid\ you t()r paving the way. The lessons that I ha\e learned from all 
of you have been the cornerstones of my life. To Mr. Cieale, Mr. Hollett and Mr. 
Wright, your coaching cannot go unrecognized Thank you l<)r everything. To 
everyone else, we'\'e all run this race and now it has come to an end. Although 
we leave tile shelter of these walls, remember that they are still just walls and 
although they will crumble with time, it is the memoi'ies that \\ ill last. That w hie h 
I have learned here was not taught to me out of books, but rather through the 
experiences that 1 ha\<' shared w ith all of you. Erin, you mean more to me then 
I could e\'ei' possibly tiescribe. Wliitey, in the four years we've roomed together, 
through yoiu- expulsion and howeser many suspensions you've had, you'i e taught 
nie the following: anything can be achieved with enough persistence. .Ask him, 
it's true! Now as far as advice ti)!- tiiture gem-rations goes, this next quotation 
sums it up: "Only those -who -will risk going too far can possibly find out hirwfar they can 
^0. "-T.S. Eliot. Lastly, although while you're here, you would greet the distant 
future with open arms, don't f()i"get to stop and look around from time to time 
and appreciate the bonds that you'\'e formed with those around you, because it 
ends all too quickly. 



Next year: Queen's University 




Leila Raphael 



It's hard to believe how quickly these two years have gone by. I came in tears 
and will leave in the same way. 1 have no idea how or v\ here the time went, but 
1 know somewhere in between the classes, the studying and the procrastinating, 
unforgettable memories were createtl, international friendships de\'eloix*d anil 
lifelong lessons learned. I've laughed hard and cried hard... I've had the time of 
my life! Mum and dad: I can't e\en begin to thank you for all the sacrifices you'\e 
made for me. I am forever grateful! Sof you're the BESTP'ST friend I could ever 
;isk tor; you've held my hand through it all. . . Thanks. I lo\'e you. Myriam:.Ie t'aime 
sucre-prune!! I'll miss the fun times, laughing til we were too weak to stand! Sarah 
and .laymie, my little Jamaicans: I'll come visit you guys at York next year. Sai'ah, 
keep .smiling, pLuiipkin!! Diana: we'll hafta meet up in Africa .someday! Jen: thaTiks 
ti>r the laughs; you'i'c great! Long live see-thru shower curtains, dress-up, face 
masks and scary paintings of old ladies!! Good times, good times (you'd better 
sleep with your socks tonight!!). Paul: you have a piece of my heart. . . I love you. 
.Mrs. Large: you've been a great friend. Thanks fiir the chats! To my Scotties and 
everyone else who's added to the memories: thank you! I'm so lucky to have been 
a part of something so hard to say goodbye to. C'est la vie... 
"Someday when -we reminisce we'll say, 'There wasn't too much we missed, ' and through 
the tears we'll smile -when -we recall, we had it all for just a moment. " 



Next year: Queen's University 




Myriam Savaria 



1 sjient two years missing my family and my friends from home, but now I'll 
spend the rest of my life missing the friends I made here. Manian et papa, thank 
you for giving me this opportunity; I owe you lots. Cedric, 1 couldn't have done 
it without your big muscles and yotn- good heart... je t'aime. Sarah Michelle, you 
;ire the best I'oommate I could have asked for my first year, always remember the 
frenchie \\\w bi'ought a big cookie in .Scott house for your I ,S''' birthday. Leila and 
Sophie, my bajan neighbours, thanks for all the laughs and the fun nights. Hope 
to see you all in Bai'bados some clay. .Sarah aiul .laymie, my last year wouldn't have 
been the same without you, my two roommates, and the Wonilerland trips. To 
Scott's grad.s, I wish you all the best. It was an amazing experience to live with 
you. Mr. T, thanks fiir the timbits; you were the best atlvisor. To the volleyball 
team, good luck next year I still can't believe we made it to OES.A.V. .My French 
connexion. Marc, Charles and Phil, thanks for the Zaz bar night.s, the sign in the 
gym, the funny pictures and the crazy train rides. The soimd of the train will 
never mean the same to me. 

'Iv.vyyyyecc, 

Mimi 



Next year: McGill University 



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Dan Schell 

"lion I the hours /f'uif shorter a.< the Jays /p> byf II e never get to stof> and open our eyes. 
One minute you re uiiitiui; for the sky to fiill, the ne.rt you 're dazxieil by the beauty of 

It air 

Lite is a tali-. Kvoryonc coiiii's and govs in its stoiv. Ifasiiij; their own paits, 
contributing «liat ttu-y can to tin- liigger picture. Althouijli my part in life has 
j'et to llnisli. my part in the talc of TCS has come to an end. For those of you 
who ha\c yet to finish their two cents, just know this. Do tilings tor people out 
of the kinilness of your heart, not in search of something in return. Appreciate 
your friends and don't take theni for granted. Life is tor li\ ing, not legretting to 
live. I regret nothing that has happened to me at TCS. The exents that Vvc gone 
through have shaped me into something new from w hen 1 first came, and tor that 
I'll forever be indebted. Thanks first and most importantly to God fiir getting 
iiie through the hard times. Thanks to my Mom and Dad for their support. Nat. 
thanks for always ha\ ing the right ad\ ice. and always being there when 1 needed 
someone to talk to. Ian. thanks for being the best friend a guy i-ould ask for. .Vndy, 
remember the I'llH To .SFX. the Hoys from Orchard and e\eryone else. . it's been 
a blast. Thanks to all of my friends that r\e made, and especially to tho.se that 
I'll keep. Good luck to all in the future. Peace. 
// / die in the darkness, mny it befightingfor the dawn. 

Next vear: L'nlversitv of British Columbia 




Katie Simpson 



"K\eryone is trying to accomplish something big, not realizing that lilii- is made 
up of little things!" (Jrade i) threw me off the deep end & into a world of h)st 
dreams, distant hopes Ik constant mi.sery. Then I fliund TCS. As cheesy as it may 
sound, this school sa\ ed me. Ketchum is the family I ne\er had & TCS is the home 1 
al» ays wanted. I'm still taken back by early mornings w hen I look o\ er the campus 
\ thitdi how lucky we are to be part of something so extraordinary. I'll miss the 
indescribable feeling this place gives, a seitseof happiness, comti)rt,ili*terminatinn, 
support & hope. There are those times that will always be remembered no matter 
how faulty my memory may be: The aerobic. Top CJun mission. \i-"\ lero", family 
(iuy dvd, .XBB.X, .Alcatraz's tasty treats, Cierman tests, \'.\\., blackhole, Tuesday 
Osluiwa talks, power outage/ Rookie, "Raining men" in goalie e(|uipment, VB 
kneepads, \'.'i Chem. ci'cw, Powerpuff Ciirls, Scrub.s, the benches, Traditionals, 
subtle shark attacks, \IK&;\ marathon, attack of tlu' killer penguin, little or;uige 
sled in a blizzard! "So many of out" dreams at first seem impossible, then they 
seem imjirobalile, ^' then, when we sununon the will, they soon become ine\ ita!>le." 
Thanks to those that helped through the impossible, helping nie dream again, 
"^'ou are those who made me laugh, listenetl, said 'hi' in the balks, smiled, asked 
me to dance, hugged me, wiped away the tears. You each sotnehow made my day 
To those that dieani, may you overcome the impossible! Take it easy, no worries, 
keep smiling. 

Next year: Universitv- of Toronto 




Ian Smart 

"I firmly belieiv that any jiMn's finest hour, the greatest fulfilment of all that he holds dear, 
is that moment whrn he luis worked his heart out in a good cause is lies eshausted on the 
fieU of battle - victorious. ' -Vince Ixjnibardi. To me. TCS has taught me the w ay 
.Mr. Langford coached me: by challenging me physically, mentally, & emotionally. 
In the end, I'm stronger now that I've experienced it. I fmd it ironic that I spent 
so many days in schiml yearning to graduate & now that I am so close to lea\ ing, 
1 nostalgically long l()r each of those days to return. Not because I want to stay in 
this school, because as I see it, TCS is just that, a .school. It's a bunch of hallways, 
hundreds of desks, & some classrooms. What I long for are all my friends, the 
teacher.s. iV all those moments, which base, undoubtedly, maile my life at TCS 
unforgettable. To my friends, I cantiot thank you cnt)ugh tiir helping, & putting 
up with me throughout these t<>ur years, 1 hope that you v\ ill all, fore\ er, be in my 
life. To those teachers who moulded me into the per.son that I am today, you have 
inspired me, & unleashed my potential. I am fi)rever indelited. To my coaches, you 
have fuelled my great passion for sports, & I w ill never forget the memories. Finally. 
to my parents, you are what kept me going all these years. Thank you. "Going in 
one more round when you don't think you can. That's what makes all the iltfferenie in 
your life.' -Rocky Balboa 

Next year: University of Ottawa 





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Hayley Sweet 

1 am finally done. I ne\er thought that this day would come, yet there are some 
things I need to get out before I really am done. First 1 need to thank my parents, 
and my grandmother for allow ing me and funding this. Second, the people that 
1 ha\e met o\er my three years here, I will miss you all. To my Rigby family 1 
am going to miss you. There are many peojile who ha\e influenced my life here, 
teachers, students and I can't ever forget Mr. WYight. You all ha\e had a impact 
on my life. There are two other people that need to be mentioned. JJ - you have 
impacted my life - we have made it; we're done. I know you were right but I'm 
glail. Thanks fi>r all of the help along this long winding path. Next. Jon. you 
have been my light this year - you have made it so nujch better. '^'t)u have been 
a w(njderful frieml and a great boyfriend. I will never fi>rget all that you have 
tlone tor me. Thank you f(>r opening my eyes, lifting me up, and shediling light 
on me. '^'ou will never cpiite know all that you have clone for me. Thank you!! To 
everyone, I will miss you all! The small amount of advice that 1 can pass along to 
you all is: "The most e.rntiiig, tluitlenging ami significant relationship of all is the one 
you have with yourself .Ind if you find Sdmnme to love the you you love, well, that's just 
fabulous/' - Sex and the City 

Next year: Gap 'Vear in .\ustralia 



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Sophie Thomas 



( )ric ilui|>l<r fiuls . . . arul a ;ic\v oni' begins. Mum, Da<L Thank ymi tor brinpng me 
this liir. 1 h>\ryi>ii. I'\e);<>t it t'rom hiMv{h(>\vi'Vi-r, ymi arcalwayswcUoinc to pitch 
in ti>r thi' hills). To mv frieiiJs (who'\e nioiiliit'il tin' into the hi-st 1 could possihly 
be): Thanks tor making the past two years truly imti>rf;ettal)le. i\irly: ^■ou stuck 
with me since tlay one. Vw only known you ti>r two years, but I lo\e yon as a 
litelonj; t'rienJ. .///.(/fncThanks tiir bringing laughter (and music) into my lite. Our 
memories will always bring a smile to my tace. Mrif From Politics to that fridge 
(which I plan on taking with me) to Barbados arul finally to a whole new type of 
pasture (I'll drink diinier to that one!), cheers. Diiiiui: Thanks tor lieing so great, 
l^iyalty and honesty are hard to come by; I finmd them in yon, KS'OIIl.KS'": 
Drama ilrama drama ... Vou'i-e one of" a kind. Stay strong. Ash: My first sno\\f'all 
ever, you were the one willing to sneak out witli me to make snow angels. 1 cher- 
ish those moments. Myruinu ()li\e wa mi petit f'rencliie. Jeiu Tha)iks for always 
l)eing so great (and locking me in the closet!), IluiUtni: Stay just the way you are. 
To the fillds (you know who you are): Thanks l<)r everything. Before I end, I've 
saved the BKST for last. To Ld\: Words can't explain just how much I value our 
friendship!!! ^*^)u ai'e the most amazing friend & I'oonimate anyone could ever ask 
for I love you. Now, this goes out to all of yon: I'd rather not say good bye, just 
see you later. This is my life, my story, my book, with real characters ... making 
it one hell of a best.scllcr! Adios Trinity... 



Next year: University of Kingston, United Kingdom 




Jane Thuss 

Its hard to believe that this year lias gone by so fast; so many things have liapfKned 
in such a short time. When coming to Trinity t!>r my last year of high school 
I had no idea what to expect I had no idea what kind of" people I was going to 
meet, friendships I would make, and how this year would unfold, in return this 
has been the best time of my life. I have had such an amazing exiwrience. There 
aie so many memories that I will cherish forever. Thanks to my parents tor all 
the sacrifices that you have made in order for this to happen; without you guys I 
wouldn't be who I am today. Thanks to all my girls in K-town we have had too 
much fun anil have made so many memories 1 love you guys and will miss you 
tons next year!! Thanks to all my teachers for trying to bring out the best in me. 
I am going to miss this place, I don't know what the future has in store, hut I'm 
ready tiir anything. 

Thanks Trinity liir such an iinfiirgettableyear! 

"Don't cry furunst' it's over, sttuir because it's hafypeiieil" 



Next year: Dalhousie University 




Matthew Trott 



1 would like to thank Miy parents who always encouraged ine when times were 
hard. Without you, I know 1 would not have made it. And even though 1 can't 
say I've loved it here, it has been good for me in that I've learned so niucli about 
life. I'd like to thank my cricket coaches, Mr. Large and Mr McCord, ani.1 my 
basketball coach, Mr. Christ, for exceptionally good seasons. You have made 
life enjoyable tiir me at this school arul have made me a better person on and oft 
the pitch. I appreciate that. To all my boyz. Lister. Kent, Pelsise, Tay-son, Petty, 
(ientles brothers. George and Kizzle, it's liei-n fun chillin w itli you. I w ish v'ou all 
the best in your endeavours. 

Trotty 

"Keep on ffting ond ttie chances are that you will sturnhle on something, perhaps when 
you are least e.rpecting it. I have never heard of anyone stumbling on something sitting 
(/o:cH. "-Charles F. Ketterling 



Next year: University of Waterloo 




Sarah Warren 

.\Iy life started on this stage. Before, I was only in neutral. Every costume worn, 
nerve worth feeling, breath and risk worth taking, line worth saying, mistake and 
choice worth making, cover-up worth faking... all experienced here. This stage 
is my home. The characters I've interacted with made this play. I want to thank 
them for teaching me alwiit life. I thank especially the infinite spirit of Ketchum 
House. There have been moments of genuine beauty shared with people on this 
stage, where I longed to find a pau.se button, or even the remote But after all is 
said and done, the one who knows nie best is still the sciiiirrel outside my window 
1 hav e playt'd many roles here, and all were playeil as the discovery of my own real 
I haracter. I hav e played the role of loneliness I hav e also laughed so hard that it felt 
as if all the world's problems wandered backstage never to return. This stage has 
taught me that I can turn productive anger into pa.ssion. expiry dates into supper. 
and a dream into a future. There will always be those two faces in the audience 
w ho stay tiir the whole show, and I love them f<>r it. Pi-ople have exited this stage, 
some even kicked off.. .I've been on it for a while. I've met so many as the scenes 
keep changing. The final call always seemed so many lines away, but as I look at 
my script now, I realize that the lights are fading to black. The audience applauds. 
It is my turn to exit. But if you don't mind, I'm going to take one last bow. 



Next year: Uiiiveristy of Toronto 











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I have Duly Ixvn at this si IkkiI for one year Init I came to love it as if it was 
niv home. 1 will rememlHT fondly the many study parties with the guys in the 
library The many Academic Assistance sessions I went to at lunch, dinner, and 
even during study. I just couldn't get enough of learning at school. There is 
nothing more fun than a good S hour session of Al/Cieo and then Calc home- 
work. I don't know what I'm going to do next year without it. But 1 guess it is 
time for nic to leave. .Thanks to everyone especially the teachers...you were my 
best friends! 



Next vean McMaster University 




Rodger Wright 



Whew - 1 made it. I started as a new boy in 1983, and although I am a tad slower 
than most. I did manage to graduate in 2004. (Calculus alone t<x)k 8 % years!) Lodge 
House rocke<l and I particularly adored those with whom 1 shared the Lodge. 

1 would like to thank my faithful roommate for her abiding support, tolerance, 
and love. I also want to thank all the teachers at TCS for their friendship and for 
making me look so good every day 1 feel so blessed to have gone to this school with 
Ted, Sarah, Neph. B, I low ie. Returns. Hillside and Chief Knowing that we shared 
Trinity together is an unlK-atable feeling. r\e met so many sensational young 
people over the years who made me feel significant and needed, as unwarranted 
as that may have been. So. to generations of TCS l)<>ys and girls. I say thank you 
and au revoir. 

Bfali iniimlo cnrJf. 



Next yean Collingvvood School 




Jennifer Williams 

"i luiiif IS ixlure une iUiilsfrvm, .Is uiegrvw older / The world becmnts stranger, llie pattern more 
lomftlifiiled / Ofdetid and Ining. " 

Tiinitv's Ixfu a lot ol' things: it's been a bubble, a race, a party, and a wake-up lall 
Most of all, though. Trinity's been a home. Thanks tor the priceless walks in the 
rain, the broken windows and the temper tantrums, for letting me win sometimes 
in snowball fights; liir the pranks, the surprise parties and the ki.s.ses; for rarely 
having an empty nHirn; tor the laundry nights; tor all the thmers picked and the 
countless notes left on my okl laptop. Thanks for each dance in Osier; ti)r the .')ain 
chats about love; ti)r the borrowed clothes and the shared headphones; for my secret 
spot; for the breakfast in bed and the road trips; ti)r the cartwheels; for the water 
balloon.s, the mudpits and the tackles. Thanks for humouring my love of green, my 
nerdv conuiients and chronically bad typing; for every sincere smile in the hallw ay; 
for the hours ot ad\ ice and the trust given. Thanks for each time someone took a 
minute to help me mature. I've been so privileged. To my mom: 1 love you more 
than... .-\NY THIN'G. To my teachers, coaches, and mentors: thanks for showing 
me how to learn, not just w hat to know. To Mr. Wright: best of luck. Your success 
Is seen in every comjiassionate, loyal Trinity student. To those who tireamed of 
time travel with me on the dock last sunmicr: my time with you was valued more 
than you can imagine. Lastly, to my friends, the ones who ga\e me total freedom 
to be myself: I wish you the stars. Thank you! 
' XotJung gr)ld luri sidy. " -len- 

Next year: Middlebury College 




Simon Yalkezian 

It's been a fim I- years. I've had the privilege of being in both boy day houses, 
both of which ha\ e been great. I've had plenty of fun here, made some good (and 
thoroughly crazy, Cahill) friends. K\ en if you want to get out of high schtxil by the 
time you're '\'+, remember that there have been good times, you can't go through 
TCS without some good memories - the charity/S'J.lo haircut (making me the 
most hideous person in the school for 4 days); chem, es.s. WC, and niany more; 
anything Imran said; and too many teachers to name, but especially McCord. If 
you go through TCS w ithout e\ er has ing a single class with him. your high scIuk)! 
experience is not complete. Thanks also to all the Wright Orchard '\' Is - its been 
good sharmg a lounge with all of you. .\l! the ex-Orchard guys (Brent House 
traitors), it was good knowing you guys, even if you turned to the dark side. Ot 
course 1 have to give resjK-ct to Cameron. Cory. Dylan, and CJarton for leading 
the House. (lood luck to everyone still in the School. Knjoy the time you spend 
there. I'm sure you'll miss something about it when you're gone. 



Next year: Huron University College 



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Jesse Wootton 

riRTi'.s no fiisy way lo simi up t«o years at TC\S, so I'm not g"i"K '" t'^'"" 
atlfiiipt to do justice to my time here. All I want to do is thank the people who 
made it possible tor me to survive. There is no doubt ill my mind that I would 
not ha\e made it to my second year without the one. and only M McPher.soii 
Thanks. This, my final N'ear. the person who has matle tin- ditVerence is ot course 
C'C, Chris Conyers (not Canadian Cluh). We should ha\e been roommates. We 
practically were anyway To all the boys on tour, that was t'lin eh? I won't share 
any secrets here, hut thanks for those awesome two weeks. My days here have 
been memorable, one suspension (hope that's still accurate), numerous gatinjjs (all 
chapel) a late aildition as Head of Brent (hope that's still accurate!!!), and much 
more. I will mi.ss it when I'm gone, but now I'm running for the door, bring on 
ilie world. 1 can only finish this one way and that is to gi\e so much credit to the 
greatest housemaster anyone could e\cr ask for, Campbell Hall. It's an honour 
to finish my final year with you in yours. CJood luck with your endea\ours, you 
w ill be givatly missed at TCS. Thanks for the great two years. 

"Sothin^ U'lirlli having tvwt'S zvit/ioul somt' kind nj Jiglil- " -Barenaked Ladies 



Next year: Wilfred Laurier University 




Chris Conyers 



.^fter my fiiiir long years at TCS I still really don't know what to say. I guess I'll 
start with thanking people. First and liiremost the one guy who's stuck by me and 
believed ill me through everything is Campbi'll. Vou helped me out when nobody 
else would. '\'oii've been the heart of Brent I louse and I hate to .see you lea^e, 
but I'm thankful lliat I had the honour of being in your house while I was here. 
Then there's my parents. It's been rough, but I finally made it. Next, my otlicial 
roommate, Mitch. All in all the past few years have been all right and you've been 
right there. Also, my unofficial roommate, Wootton. It's been fun and I really can't 
think of any bad experiences that we may have had. To everyone else, you know 
who you are. There's really only one thing I'm happy is over and that's quarters for 
missing chapel. My time here's been up and down, but I don't regret a thing I've 
done considering it all turned out all right. It's been a learning experience to say 
the least. Well, I can't think of anything else I want to say. If I missed anything, 
don't hold it against me. It's been fun. I'm out. Ila\e a gootl one, 

Chris 



Next year: University of King's College 




Matt Garton 

"The cup is nut half empty as pessimists say / as far as he's sees nothings left m the nip 
/ a whole cup full of nothing for him to indulge / since the voice of ambition has long 
since been shut up / a singer, a writer, he's not dreaming now of going nowhere / he 
gave heed to nothing, and all that he zvas.... / is just a tragedy / so he voyages in circles / 
succeeds getting noivhere / and submits to the substance / that first got hini there / liieu 
m violent, frustration he cries out to God or just no one / is there a point to this madness 
and all that he -was... / is Just a tragedy / he feels alone / his heart m his /land / he's 
alone / he feels alone / 1 feel... / tlun on that last day he breaks ,/ and he stood tall / and 
he yelled... / and he takes his life" 

-"PoeticTragedy," theUsed. 
Hi. . .This song is awesome, and it is a reniimler of what I do not want to become. 
.Any w ay, my friends, thanks boys for being there for the good, bad and crazy times. 
You're all like my brothers. To the girls who are my friends, thanks for making 
me feel popular. You're all awesome. To my family, thanks for putting up with 
me and sujiporting me. TCS has been a stressful journey, but a rewarding one. 
1'%'e learned many thing.s, but most importantly I learned how to talk to girls at 
Trinity. So, thanks a lot. The sports were fun, the procrastination was time well 
spent, and the punk concerts were insane. One more thing, girls, my number is in 
the back, call me....bye. -Matt 

Next year: University of Western Ontario 




Dave Rietzke 

All right, I'm really not sure what I'm supposed to say in this thing. It's not as if 
people will actually read all of them anyway. So if you're sitting home on a Friday 
night reading thi.s, then I'm sorry, you might as w-ell start reading the next one. 

I guess everyone else thanks a bunch of people and what not, so I'll try that. 
I'll thank my parents for sending me here. Thank you, .\Ir Cameron and Mr 
McKercher, who were great housemasters. Thank you, Mr. Wright, the School 
will ne\er be the same without you. I'll thank all my friends - both of you know 
who you are - and lastly I'd just like to thank Vanilla Ice - without you my life 
wouldn't be the same. 

1 hope that's good enough for all of you. 

-Da\'e 



Next year: Miami University of Ohio 



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Lucy Sands 



The |>ast thrt-c jvars lia\ e tlown by and many iiuMiioiics 
ha\i' lolloweil. TCS has not only pro\ iiled me w ith a 
home away from home, hut it is also where 1 learnt to 
become the piTson I am today For that. I iinist thank 
many ixvple. To my sisters, Caro and Saiah, tor alw ays 
l<»kins; out lor me and caring for my best interests. 
Without Ixith of you, being here would ha\e been nuiih 
hardei: To my parents, tor gi\ ing me this experience 
anti show ing me the bigger picture. Also to my friends, 
the Ketchum Krew, liecaiise w iihout them, this experi- 
ence wouldn't have been nearly as exciting and tun. 
Nadine, Christina, Sam, Ard, Jane, Raeh, Kels, I.iesl and 
Karen, we've been through a lot, good times and bad, 
and you ha\e all been ama/jng and were always there 
for mc. . . I'll mi.ss you all so much next year! CJood luck 
to cxeryone in the future and keep in touch! 





Next yean Queen's University 



Christina Sanders 

'// 'Ad/ lifs behind us and uhjl lies before us are small matters 
compaivd to what Ires within us. " 

- Kalpli Waldo Kmerson. 
When 1 came to TCS, I wanted to stay for a year in 
order to learn English and to broaden my horizon. 
1 had no idea what to expect... After a couple of 
months 1 realized that theie was so much the School 
had to otfer and I decided to stay another year TCS 
not ot)ly provided me with a second home, but also 
many experiences that I w ill learn from in the future. 
These two yeai's ha\e been unforgettable, I've learned 
so nuich and met amazing people. Mami and I'api, I 
want to thank you for granting me tills opportunity 
that changed my life ami me forexen it was the best 
tiling you could ha\ e e\er ilone for mc. I also want to 
thank TCS and everyone else that made it so special. 
My K-Town girls; Luce, Sammy C, Ardy B, Snapfen, 
Keis, Kadi, .lane. Karen and LiesI; I couldn't iia\e made 
it uitiiout you guys. Tiie times we hail will never be 
tbrgotten and I liope tiiat we will never lose touch. My 
life w ill never be the same without you and 1 will love 
and miss you forever. 

Next year: Gap Year, then University in Spain 



Nadine John 

W'ow, 4 years at TCS and now I'm graduating. It's 
passed like a blink of an eye; it feels like Grade Nine 
was yesterday. I've met loads of great triends here and 
had an awesome roommate. TCS was an experience 1 
will never forget; down times or great times, Iv e expe- 
rienced things I could never anywhere else and am so 
grateful When I first came here in Foundation Year. 
1 cried l)eeause 1 missed my family; when I leave here 
I'll cry because I'll miss my TCS family. Sam, Luce, 
Ard, Karen, LiesI, Christina, .lane. Hatch, Kels. Tern, 
Sue; I'll miss you all. . .oh yeah can't forget Sosa, Kiwi 
T*ts, Carnic, Skillet, X-treme X-tina, Lucious Forte, 
and all the rest! Class of '200+, we made it! 



Next year: University of Western Ontario 



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Samantha Currie 

Through the mudpits, half day.s, gatings, parties, semis and dances, there can 
only be one word to describe tiiese past two years: "priceless." To my parents. 
Jayson. Brett and .Vridrea for your never ending support and love outside the TCS 
environment; it will never be feirgtitten. To the Traugotls; notliing can describe 
the appreciation I have fijr the botii of you and wliat you hav e done for me tliese 
past two years, thank you both. To my other tvvci wonderful housemaster.s, Mrs. 
Christ and Ms. Collins; you were alwiiys there to make me laugh and to keep 
me in line, thank you. To my Keteliimi Krew; wiiat can 1 say? We've lauglied 
together, cried together, stayed up all niglit together, come up with ridiculous 
sayings and lor this I don't know what 1 will do next year without you. .\idy, 
Lucy. Nadine. Christina and Jane; 1 w isli you the best of luck next year w ith your 
future endeavours. Take the opportunities that are presented to you and run with 
them. Kclsey, Racli, Karen and LiesI; keep the Ketchum priiie alive, 1 know you 
all will succeed greater than you know You are tile future, girls, carry it proudly. 
K-Tovvn always remcnilH-r to "bust it" everywiiere you go and it must be "key", 
so that "CJT's" will be shared all around! To the boys who kept us girls blusliing. 
good luck to you all! Kveryone who's not finished with their years here, don't get 
into too much trouble, and don't worry, the end conies .sooner than you think So 
1 guess I'm out, I'm done, I'm through. . . see ya! 



Next yean University of Ottawa 




Ardith Birchall 

.\il I know is that I've learnt too much to put in 27.5 words. One thing: TCS is 
not a firep school for univ ersity. it's a prep school for whatever you want. Use the 
amazing know ledge & experience in your own way - university isn't the only 
option - follow your heart. To Mom & Dad who made it all possible - you both 
amaze me so mucii. 1 look up to the support 8; w isdom you providcnl me. Thank 
you for making nie the person 1 am. To Angus tS; Ross for leaving a sweet path & 
giv ing me the iicip & love you know I needed at this place. To Mrs. T lor helping 
me through everything. pi"ov iding me with tile laughs & tears 1 needed. You wei'e 
my mom away from mom. I love you. To Campiiell - thank you for so much for 
being my liro away from iiro. Congrats, you deserve the West. To Mr Waikei- 
for making me lielieve I can make it- you've changed me & it w ill be recognized 
in my acceptance speech. .\nd. of course, to my Ketchum honiies - girls, you are 
w hat maile TCS for me, you are the reason 1 am so thankful. Countless hours of 
laughs, tears & lessons - "Hey ya!" 1 love you so imieh. To my homeboys who kept 
me smiling, thank you for everything. I'll miss you. For those of you still hangin' 
out - untuck the shirts, keep tiie Birks, make horrible announcements & give the 
teachers a hard time. As weird as it sounds, it earns their respect. Be honest, true. 
& real - it's what this school is all about 

Next year: University of Victoria 



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Temilola Sobowale 

1 muf-l Ix'giii liv tliiinkiiin niv parfrus tor this i)|)|iurlunity; ynii Ikim' sji liliiiil n(i 
iiimli, iiml giwn uw so iiwiriv o|iponiiMitios. 1 low you ami appmiaU' all that you 
have ilonr lor iin'. t)laiiiii-k\ thanks t'oi- always bfiiig thi'iv to shaiv your wisilonr 
Al<ui, 111 always Ix- your st-cotnl luothi'i! Susie, you ha\c Ihhmi my best t'rioml lor 
tin- past 1- years - you are such a heautit'ul person, inside and out. You've always 
been someone 1 ean turn to. You taus;lit me the true meaning of friend. Who can 
forget your "pecks", your Mexicans, the Birthday ]xhi. Mother "know s" best, Luiicli 
Buddy, and the Tad 1 lamilton list! Siize, you're truly something special I know w e'll 
be best friends for e\er....Bretina/PB, you'\c grown to become one of my closest 
fiiends and I'm going to miss you. Our many nicknames, "L", Pig, Acne, Sharkie, 
Sailor, etc. Our escapes fi-om killer bugs in the Record Room. I know you're going 
to be amazing as HP and remember when you miss me, there's always the wall. 
Beis/Skidmarks, you're my lil sista and I'm going to miss you. Thanks for all the 
lalk.s, anil for being one of my closest friends. Hoodlums forever!... Daisy who knew 
ue'd become so close, I'll always be here to give you ad\ice! Saimiiy B! I'll ne\er 
lorget your amazing dri\ ing skills. I leather, I'm not hungry. . .I'm HUNGRY! Jen, 
thanks for the advice/ehats/and fun times in the Record Room. DMo, thanks f<)r 
the endless phone calls, chats, never stop being you. LT, .IDodd, W'liizzle, Nadine, 
vol! guys are crazy I lo\'e ya.... I'll never tiirget Mr Klsley's obsession with the 
OC, Mr. Robert's cookies, and Mr. Wright... I am forever indebted. 

Next year: Har\ard University 




Susie Petro 



It's brcn four long years, but it is theories you love that really make the time lly by. 
first, to my best frieiul, Temilola: Tem, we have been through so much together, 
from our secret crushes (Lunch Buddy, Air Conditioning), to our dance moves in the 
Dav ies, to the Tad I lamilton list (which I'm going to win!). We've shared so many 
ex|)criences. I don't think you really realize how nuich your friendship means to me. 
■'I'ou are and w ill always be my best fiiend/Sisla, even vvhi'n we arc fifty years old 
and we have grand-kids - we're together fiirever! Sam and I leather, you guys have 
alvv ays been there for me getting me out of trouble, ^'ou're both so amazing, thank 
you. TheGHPS crew, I've known you guys my whole life. Nothing can ever tear 
us five apart! Nadoonic, my first high school friend, I'll never forget the awkward 
moment.s, six o'clock, & the adventures (Narnia)! I will miss you and good luck 
next year. The Orchard club, good luck on that in tmiversity! I'm sure you'll Ix- 
winning the hearts of all the ladies, because you definitely won mine! I'm really 
going to miss you all. To my #L"J, 1 will always love you! Thank you for creating 
a life for me outside of school and homework. Kinally, my biggest thanks goes to 
my family for giving me the opportimity to meet all these wonderful people and 
for creating the foundation to my future. I love you! Good Luck 

Next Year! Keep In Touch! 



Next year: Brock University 





Heather Kelly 



They were definitely not tlie best four years of my life, but I can't say they were the 
worst. TCS was certainly an experience, but how beneficial said experience was is 
yet to be determined. Was it worth the hundred thousand dollars in tuition? Has 
Trinity actually helped me to "thrive in university and beyond"? These questions 
« ill only be answered in time. Now. my words thus far may lead you to suspect I 
didn't enjoy my time here, and that just isn't true. At Trinity I've had a few teachers 
whose eccentricities took the monotony out of class, the most notable being Mr. 
McCord. A word of adv ice, don't let yourself go through Trinity w ithout liav ing 
a class with this man. Most importantly however. Trinity has allowed me to meet 
people that I can easily say I was glad to have befi'iended. I'd like to specifically 
mention the girls. We've been friends since FY and I'm happy to be gi'atluating 
with you. Sam, we've been through a lot together, good and bad, and I don't knov\ 
w hat I would have done without your support. Thanks for being my best friend. 
Haddy and Whit, you girls are crazy. Laura a.k.a LT. you are a "funny duck, a funny, 
funny duck" and I have to say you make me laugli. Tem and Susie, you two arc 
the embodiment of true friends and all-round good people. Your parents should 
be prt>ud. .losie, no one would suspect you as a w ild child, but now I know better. 
Sarah W. two words, Hakima Matata. To the rest of you remember this: "L/ff's ti 
garden, dig il. " -Joe Dirt. 




Samantha Bissett 

So I made it ...and believe you me, no one is more shocked than I am. I didn't so 
nuich as make a teeny dent in TCS history; but I made it... and that's a lot more 
than many of those whom I started with back in Grade Nine can say. I'd like to 
tell you that my time spent at TCS was simply delightfiil; but then I'd be lying. 
If nothing else however, it has been an enlightening experience and dare I say 
worthwhile. I've learned a lot about human nature, about life and about myself 
.\mong other things I've learnetl that good breeding and affability are not mutually 
exclusive, that authenticity (though a rare coimiiodity) goes a very long way, and 
that a seemingly overbearing hubris can be a useful tool. Thanks to all of those 
w ho stuck it out w ith me these past years, yt>u know who you are. You guys arc 
amazing and I know you'll do great things in your own sweet time. Don't let 
anyone tell you that life's too short; it's the longest freaking thing that you will 
ever have to do. Thanks also to those few remarkable teachers who inexplicably 
saw potential in me and helped me to discover it. To everyone else, know that I 
am content in the knowledge that you've peakeil in high-school. 



Next year: Queen's University 



Next year: Dalhousie University 



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Megan McDonald 



Mom & Dail — thanks run unlv Im- this opportunity hut for fvcrythiiijj! I love you. 
TCS has taught nir a lot. Imt what I'll renicnihtr most are tlif people 1 met here \ 
the good times. Dee & Kristin: lust iiiommates ever! Sorry it I corruptetl/siareil 
you. Mel: it' life ever sucks, holil your breath 'til its over, grS)/ I():;i0, e\ei-ytliiiig in 
exce.ss! Sof Barbados '01- woo yeah, you're a 'charaiter', mnini w hatexer happened 
to that fridge? Neew w iiunaaann: do you hear what 1 hear? Penguins n hark! Rohyn: 
stay away from Jeremy's, bertha is super cool, e\en her, uh, prohlem.s. Carly. aka shf, 
wlfev: we partied ALL over the globe: Bahamas. Barbados, Collingwood. TO. True 
sistas in crime. Lesley: if you don't believe me ask your dad (tell trevor too, but not 
too 'youd'). Ash: we'll meet those snovvboarders one day! Jiuil: once you pop, you can't 
stop! Katie: cha.ste one. you'll make some guy real happy one day. Dode- JAYO (insert 
ghetto hand gesture)- stay happy To my Team, C>M, AGJ. SW, IIII: 1 can't believe 
we won every game!!! Thanks bovs- who's gonna make the chapel announcement? 
.'\iiianda: we l>oth know it can all be summeil up in one word "raindancing' but: kalik, 
CO, cunnlings, MTB, invisible fishies, angel fe her war helmet (watch that), 1 love 
you. 'operation tiiolright, 'Jam pine tree missions, all-nighters, lie-down cometlians* 
It's all about very "social" sciences: Mr Hall: w hat would life be vv/o the silt cycle? 
Who knew such a short guy could make politics so funny? Murray, thanks for your 
cake, hugs & all the laughs behind your dosetl study door. 



Amanda Knowles 

Now thai I'vi-rvllung is tuning to an end I think I'll miss it. There's a lot of people 
that 111 miss: Carly, Sof Uiy, Dodie, Diana, I loot. Twin, Dee. .\Iel. Kobs. .\sh, Krislm. 
We had some good times & late night.s. Too many to count. Nulf love to all my 
Balianiian crew. Bi-ennan. Georgy. Tirelli. Fraise. Mikey, Sneaky, (iaLliI, Kevin, Marco. 
Dillettey. Crocker. Carfag: thanks for all the laughs I had because of you. Manun;i 
and Daddy, thank you t()r alw ays being my foimdation. and one call away. You both 
always made me feel better and put things into perspective. Thanks for the talks. I 
love you. Brock, you made my last year an adventure, and a learning experience. 1 
had no idea that I could have fun like that at school. Thanks for everything. Meg. 
we have shared so many hard times, and even more good times together. Thank you 
tor always being my shoulder to cry on, and someone to talk to. K.MND.\N'C'IN( i!! 
Scandalous Behaviour! Prowls, "shush a little", winding up. . and down, war helmets, 
.lane .\usten. Balducci. evil letters, "get back in that closet", petting so you can teel 
it. mocha pot.s, the golf cart, our talks on the beach. Three words... ".*\ll My Lite" 
Mun-ay and Kelly, keep up the good work. Thanks l(>i' being my second Morn Murr'ay 
I'm going to miss your hugs anti long talks. Stay Red-IIot Burns House! Bertha 1 
lu\ ya. Mel- stay crazy-in cute outtits. Stoner. the best roomie KVKK! .\sh...tickU- 
my arm. Carly, I'm gonna miss you. Dee. ..lets get our nails done. Di.. .you're my 
sa\ iour. SOOOKKKKE!! You da bomb! -Knowles 



Next vean University of Western Ontario 



Next year: University of Giielph 




Sarah Hodara 

My two years at TCS have gone by so (piickly. 
I've met so many new people, some of whom I'll 
never forget. I would like to thank my parents l(>r 
giving me this opportimity. I love you. To my aunt 
&: uncle, thanks lor making Canada easier Id also 
like to thank all my teacliers & my adv isor as well 
as Mr. Wright: Its been a good couple of years. 
To niy past roommates, Jen. Myriam & Leila: I'll 
miss you guys. TCS wouldn't have been the same 
without you. I'll alw ays remember om- late nights. 
the stress, tears, smiles & fun we've had. Jaymie, 
thanks tor always being there tiir me. You're the 
best sister anyone could ask ti>r. Deej. I'll never 
forget the good times we shared. I'll miss you & 
come visit you in Cayman. Dan Moulton. I will 
never forget your ocean blue eyes that always 
brought me back home. To all my other triends 
I've made over the years, It's been great. Thanks. 
To all the grads: (iood luck. 
'//(■ mukf a living by -uhal Wf gel, we nuike a life by 
what we give.' - SW 'Winston Churchill 



Dee Garcia 

Well, my two years at TCS are over and my lingering thought 
is. Who would have thought I'd learn so nuich from a bunch ot 
rich and sheltered private scho<)l kids? But I ditl. ..and I'm glad. 
Thanks to all the frienils I've made here, especially my Burns 
girls: Mel. you're one of a kintl. w hat more can I say? Meg. vou'i'e 
a great roomie and friend, .\nianda, MY milkshake brings 'em 
in! L<ive ya! Hobyn. stay strong, you are so ama/.ing. Habl>it. I'll 
miss you! Thanks to my roomies. Meg and Katie, tor nutkirig 
boarding so iiuich easier. .Ami of course to Jaymie and Sai'ah 
tor adding daily tlavour to TCS life (and Passion's life!). To my 
precious Bui'iis house: We are # I ! Willzie antl Murray, you two 
were the best housemasters a girl could ask for. Mr. Wright. TCS 
is losing a jewel. .My advisor. Ms. Miller, there are not enough 
words or rum cakes to express my gratitude. Keep working 
miracles on kids' lives as you have done tor mine. My drama 
teachers and mentors, Ms Barton, Mrs. Large and of course 
.Mr. Walker (See ya at the Oscars, Texas!), you three have been 
amazing in improving my craft and encouraging me to fultil my 
goal and passion of acting. I'll never forget you. DK.XRKSTTO 
MY IIK.VHT: 1 want to thank my t'amily. especially my brother, 
mom. dad and of course (iod. You all made me who I am and I 
am nothing without you. I love you .so nnich! Thanks tor giving 
me this great opportimity. I know I can never repay you. Here's 
to good times ahead!! 



Jaymie Hodara 



My experiences at TCS have l)een unforgettable. 
I would like to thank my parents for giving mc 
this chance. To my aunt aiul uncle, thank-you foi" 
giving me a home away from home these past two 
years. To all the friends I've made over these past 
two years. I will always remember you and miss 
you. My tinir roommates, it's been great. To Dee|, 
I'll never forget you and our fun times together, 
looking t<)rvvard to seeing you again. Tt) Sarah. 
TCS would have been so much harder without 
you by me... Thanks for being there for me. Mr 
Taylor, you're the best advisor. To all the other 
grads... goixl luck. 

"LtJ'e is loo important to take senousl\. " - Oscar 
Wilde 



Next year: York University 



Next year: University of Southern California 



Next year: York University 



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Kevin Ross 

Wi'll liiTf 1 am writing my graci (nmtf last ininiito just like all the work I've done 
o\er tlie last lour years. 

I learned a lot from this school and am looking forward to iini\ersity next year. 

lust like to say thanks to my family, friends and grannna tor always Ix'ing then' 
Couldn't have done it without them... really. 

Well I'm finally out of this prison and into the real world. Yahoo 

-Ke\ in Ross 




Next vear: Huron Universitv College 



Peter Gadd 

"/ dun'l liiiima go lu uhool... I ihii't need no education / I don't uanna be like you. . . I 
don't -uanna sujv the nation / I just wanna live my life. . . everyday a celebration / One 
day I'm a leave this world... I'm uaitinfor the revelation ' 

D\J - Kevelation 
Thanks to my rents tor gi\ ing me the chanee to come to a schcMil like this. The 
tbllow ing made TCS anil outside the most fun days of my life: Gooter mountain 
guard! El Paco; split (X'rsonality .. it was sick while it lasteil... Shriek; n<i+ and 
nuisic is better than schiml! haha,.. thanks for helping me make it till the end... 
Frodo: T. (3S for S burgers at A&W)... and the subway journey (no money and 
the bum)... Sneaky; hacky sack trick brought out sneaky mr sneakums... The 
Edge; good luck! oops, ne\ermind, it tlitin't last that long. . . The .loker: well wat 
can I say, a true brotha. . . The New Ciuy; tor the last time, you .ARE and .\L\V.AYS 
will t)e the new guy! pssh!... Mary J; best temale I've ever know n, I'll never forget 
you helping thru the l>ad times. . . .-Ml my other friends, you know who you are, so 
don't think r\"e forgotten you. Thanks to all my teachers, ad\ isors. housemasters. 
Headmaster, etc. You all taught me something worth learning, even if it didn't 
seem important then... 
Advice; Do your homework. Be yourself. Play the .system till tlie end. 



Next year: 




Evan Crocker 

Three years seem like they just tlew by, and I ha\e many people to thank. Most 
of all my parents & my brother for alw ays being very supportive and helping me 
through the years. Words can't express the gratitude I ha\e for you all. V\e had 
a great time and I will always remember it here. My best memories come from 
the sports teams I've played on. 1 especially want to thank the hockey boys for a 
solid season this year and for making a gongshow out of Lakefield. 1 also want 
to thank the coaches, Mr. Vanderwal & .Mr Hodges, who ha\e made a lasting 
impression on me. To the boys on tour, thanks for the great experience & lots 
of good laughs. To the Bethune boys, it's been great to be a part of this house 
and that's all because of you guys. .\nd to all my friends, you know who you are, 
you made this place a real pleasure. Ahu, to the boys who know why Tuesday is 
the best day of the week, keep uj) the tradition guys. Anyway, my days here are 
over and it's time to mo\'e on. To everyone at TCS, the times can get hard but 
you'll always be able to pull through. Lastly, thanks go to all my teachers and Mr. 
Wright in this, his last year. 

If you can play the game of hockey, you can play the game of life. ' 
.\ndrew Evan Crocker 
a.k.a. Crockstar 



Next year; Saint Frances Xavier Universitv 



Andrew Tirelli 

.\t tirst, I was the new kid trying to meet new people & take this school one day 
at a time. Now, I sit back on this couch with this pen & can't help but think \'m 
still new at TCS. Where's time go? This has been the fastest three years e\er. 
Mom & Dad; thanks for supporting me unconditionally in e\erything I do here 
and for pushing me to strive for success. To the Biggars; thanks! You'\e treated 
me as one of your ow n I'm so thankful I had a second family like you by my side 
the whole way. Steph, Laura, Lindsay, Leslie; your time will come! To all my boys 
(u know who u arc); keep in touch. Duby; you changed my outlook on literature 
forever McCord; I'll miss the GrtH?k elbow s. Mr Wright. Mr Elsley, Hollett. 1 lay. 
Cameron, .\llen, Keyes, Taylor, .Anderson, Watt, Mandryk, Robert, TL. Feddery. 
Topolie family; thank you all. \'-Wal, Hodges - thanks tor l)elie\ ing in me. Beck 
and Salt; I can't thank you enough for restoring sports in my life, l^rge; you have 
done too much for me and 1 can never repay your friendship. Hayter and Stevens; 
thanks a 'heap' load for teaching me so much. 27.5 words simply aren't enough 
to express my gratitude. To everyone else: take every opportunity you get. TCS 
offers more than enough, so grab hold of something & run with it. 'The man who 
views the world at 30 the same as he did at 20 wasted 30 years of his life. ' It's been a 
pleasure. -Andrew J. Tirelli "T 

Next year: University of Ottawa 



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Calvin Kan 

Tliank vou. TCS, (i>r lii'Iping me 
U'arn anil grow. L<K)kiiit^ hack 
now as a wise Old Bov. tlio only 
lliinic that I regret is not tixusina; 
nn>rt' on F\ Sfit'ncr and \2 
Canailian History My advice to 
I'litiire students is to work hartler, 
much harder. As the old saying 
goes, you might not recall the 
name of your old rcximmate at 
your ten year reunion, hut you'll 
he sure to remember how bad 
your FY Science fair invention, 
was. In fact, if you're a TCS 
student reading this, you're 
wasting your time right now... go 
work on that invention! If you're 
not in F\. help someone who is. 
If the Science fair is over, work 
on your Y'2 Canadian History 
documentary. .Xfter all, everyone 
enjoys a good \'2 documentary. 
From my calculations, TCS 
students love Y'2 documentaries 
almost as much as they love 
Kraft dinner On that note, I bid 
vou adieu.* 



Next year: 

L'liiversitv of Toronto 



Herman Lee 

I still remember my fust day at TCS when my parents left me in the hands of my then student 
advisor arul roommate, llotula. Oh, how life has changed. There are so many unforgettable 
memories here, such as waking up in the morning, running off <|uarterson Mount Trinity, winning 
the Hethur]e hockey p(H>l tlesi>ite being the only Chinese in the league, late-night orders, and 
many more First of all, I need to thank my parents lor sending me here. Without their support, 
I doubt I coultl have made it this far To BK, you're the Ix^st housemaster in the whole school 
(it's not because you don't often insert chapel skip (piarters). To NB(i, you're a great adv isor. I 
couldn't ask for more (but you could'veat least bi'ought in some snacks during our advisor .^advisee 
meetings). To Mr Gregg, thanks for all the adv ice you have giv en me and tor helping me reach to 
the next step. Last but not least, thanks CR, 1 never thought Politics couki be so interesting (but 
the tact still remains that Chelsea is such a better team than Liverpool). Shoutouts to Kan, Kent, 
Henry, and the gratis, high school life is fmaliy over and its time for the beginning of university 
and college life. To Calv in, Clarence, and the rest of the "Chinese Sensations", keep the indoor 
soccer tradition going. To Doug, Sab, Sach, and the rest of the Y,'J Bulldogs, don't do anything 
stupid to have your grad priv ileges taken aw.iy Knjoy your last TCS year Well, it's time to go... 
I'll talk to you later 

Next year: The Ontario School of .\rt and Design 




Henry Wong 



Twii years have [lassed by gradually, "^'es, I have still surv iveill 1 
would like to thank the teachers that gave me so much tolerance 
fcir skipping and being late for classes. Over the past two years, 
I have learned a lot. met a lot of new friend.s. and did one of the 
most stupid things to a person in TCS. Sorry. I would like to ask 
the 1 long Kong newcomers to enjoy TCS more. Though Port 1 lo|ie 
is small, there really is a lot more than just what there seems to be. 
Seek for joy and stop hiding in your roont! Lastly, I wish the grads 
next year good luck! Clarissa, hojie to see you in the near future. 

Next year: University of Toronto 



Kent Law 

Keallv. 1 didn't even think of 
graduating from TCS w hen I first 
got here. Wow. four years passed 
quickly. I just want to thank my 
buddies and my teachers tor 
helping me realize who I am. 
Trott and Tay-Son. you guys 
are the coolest roonmiate.s keep 
in touch. Munson and Pelsise, 
enjoy the rest of your years 
in TCS. Blayne. you still can't 
beat me in scpiash. Joude. don't 
eat too much pizza. David and 
Min. DKSJ will always Ix- in my 
heart. .\nd of course, the Chinese 
Connection. . . nothing beats that. 
Okay, this is ipiite enough, my 
hands are getting tired. Oh yeah. 
I almost forgot my quote; 

"When bad things hafipen, they 
ri'iillv hdppeus anii you can't da 
anything about it. This is tvhat I 
discovered in TCS and I think it 
means a lot to me. So for the guys 
staying in TCS, remember that and 
don't jmt uihiiie like a kid. ' 

Kent '()o-'0+ 



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Maggie Lee 



li\ tiiiiillv iiiv luni ti> say uixullnc to TCS 1 haw waitril I y«""^ - y>'ars? .1 years? 
.\\n I MippoMil Ci) stay Inn- tor that loiij;? Tlierrs not imuli tliat 1 can say; it's 
hard to cxpriss my tWliiif;s at this inoim-nt. 1 just v^ant to say "Matiftir, you have 
luaile it." Ni>«, it s tiiiu' I'or rni- to iiu>\e on to a new stajje. No matter what 1 am 
u|> to, I'll miss von all. 



Next year: University of Waterloo 



Helen Mak 

TCS life: honuHork, |>ro|eit.s, test.s. lias.ses, spares, horinj;, nio hii-iMn , ami 
expensive... Thoufjh, 1 hase met a lot ol ({reat triends at TCS. iLaUt: Thanks lor 
siipiMirtinp me anytime!!' So happy to meet you here (o; TCS~! And u kno» wot!' 
I' re the I" one 1 knew (u TCS!! Miss you- Sm.'IrTie'S'ou'w inipro\f<l' Thanks 
tor helping me and lilling in my lx)rin); lime- Cnii': Hope you have enjoy your 
life in UK next year- eya in UK Ma^gicao happy ti> know you in TCS Ho|h- to 
celebrate hirtlulay with you next year! Amy: Although we just knew each other 
for less than a year. I'm very happy to share my hajipiness and sadness with YOU 
//«/rv. Thanks for helping me <loing all that annoying work! (ilad to know you 
more in the last few months. CKini: ^'eee!^ I'inally graduate! And you're still in 
TCS, not kicked out yet? RememlKT. . . DO NOT FORCJET Mi;'! iv' hahaa* Tu 
everyone (f/st Thanks t()r being with me through the years at TCS Without you. 
I couldn't have made it. THANKS SO Ml'Cll! 



Next year: University of Toronto 





Charmian Leung 



Claudia Ching 



"Don 't bf liismaxed at gimd-byes. A farewell is necessary before you am meet again. And 
meeting again, after moments or lifetimes, is certain for those ivlio are friends. " -Richard 
Bach. I never knew TCS wouUl leave me with so many memories. Whether they 
were happy or sad. they taught mc how to be independent and nnich more. Being 
here for two years already, I've liad the opportunity to try a lot of things that 1 
may not have been able to try back home. Graduating this year, I have to admit, 
it's pretty hard to say goodbye to everything and e\ eryone. I'd like to thank all the 
teachers that have taught mc and Ketchum for being the BEST house! But most 
of all, I've gotten to know a bunch of unforgettable friends. Leaving a message 
to every indiv idual will take up too mucli space so I'll try and keep it brief Ch'aa 
all I need to say, u already know ""■• so.. BEST FRIENDS FOREVER!! Coic, Mag. 
Hel: I've gotten to know u guys a lot more this yr... take care n keep in touch 
\\ herever u guys enti up. . .thanks for all the endless talks.. all the crazy laughs! I'll 
miss II guys so much* kLaliu u taught me so much about life- frdz 4 ever! .Vrt/. 
Herman, Ii-tVin, Amy. Henry, n to tile rest (u knoiv luho ii r): good luck in the future, 
keep smiling n keep in touch! CSanders, CShau: LSands, \John, SCurrie, Kl.am. 
n to the rest of the girls on the 2"' £? .3"' floor: luv y'all* thanks for all the laughs n 
celebratitms (my bdav...the best ever ^^)l 



'The \ears teach much luliich the days nerer knew. "- R.W. Emerson 
It's been the 3"' year here I've been in TCS. Three years, HOW COULD 1 
SURVIVE? I sort of have a love-hate relationship w ith this place. I love the adoring 
and compassionate Roger Wright: I love my zealous and "considerate " teachers: 1 
lo\ e Scott House w hich is full of HOT chicks - yah Scotties! I love the mid-night 
chats with my beloved friends. I lo\e MSN being cut during study tinies: I love 
sitting quarters, ser\ ing gatings. I love running up Mount Trinity every year. I 
love attending chapel every morning. Last but not least. 1 love OSLER FOOD 
(esp. Sunday brunch! =P) 

TCS. thanks so much, I had a great time here!!! Big hug to my friends, for listening 
to my nonsense talks. We've learned, wev e o\ ercame! Big thanks to my parents for 
forcing me to stuiiy at TCS; othervv ise I would never have this lite-long pririoiis 
experience. 

Happiness is where vou are and what you want to be. If you look, you are sure to 
find the rainbow of your dreams. Take lift' upon a dare, you might get more out 
of it sometimes! .My dear friends, be brave enough to search for your dreams!!! 
I'll miss you all... 



Next year: Queen's University 



Next year: London School of Economics 



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Caiulice Shaw 

'tiiiJ I •itmiit'i\ . . // nriMhtnt^inuUriYtJtrl t/iix traijnrever. . . " -Koo I'igluers. *P()p* 
'riuiv gcK-s till' TCS l>iil)l)li' that I've IimhI in tiir tlie past three years I'xe had an 
aina/ins; tune, ami I just want to thank e\ eryone who lias made me smile To name 
a tew ; Sttm //."■ BHK! Stt' you next summer, ri'member! Suiufi J1': vou'll make it! Jmiir. 
we're better as friends than roomies, hull'* ;) Kami L: No woi lies! I'm always here 
to listen! ./m/v: the coolest Matliieson I know! ./o////; Thanks tor e\*ei'vthing! Do you 
know how much I lo\e you!' ;) .Wiiliiie: keep me u|)dateil! Kelchmn: "Whose house?!" 
.7.(W///i.v; thanks for support injj me in evervthiiii^! ^'ou're the lu'st! Now, I'm on my 
own and I know I'll miss ihejjood old TCS days: tho.se late nif;ht chats w/ SW ... 
N'Ball (and our "ass. Coach "): \VK M.MJi: 'PCS HIS rOKV~(M'S.\.\!! You girls are 
ama/iiii;! Keep up the spirit! ... b-day sign making with KS and 1111 (it's not as 
easy as it seems!) ... almost missing curfew (every night) ... B.\N KK! ... the path 
from Ketchum to Osier (and the rest of the school) ... Half-day Wednesdays ... 
Littlesiiie Sports are aw estinie! . . . Hobert's Cookies . . . being a fiiiry ... © I hope 
to flump into a few familiar faces in the near future; it really is a small world! For 
everyone I've left behind at TCS (liaha!..ikik), keep smiling, antl make the best of 
it because one day you'll be reminiscing about it! ... and don't fiirget me! ;) Lo\'e. 
Candice Shaw © P.S. "there is." " Ihit don't stop ldiii{hing because you grozv old- von 
i;roif old because you stop laui;hin<;. " -Michael Pritchard 



Next year: Oueeii's University 




John Morrison 

"Somebody f;<ive you a choice, and all you do is abuse it, if God lie gave yon a mice, then 
use //"-Matthew Cood Band, lour Years at TCS (O-ia). I s|KMit two years in Ho 
house where I learned to fend fiir myself 1 upgraded to Brent in Cirade I 1. My 
years in Brent ha\e been a blast. In Cirade I 1 I got to know Candice (a little better), 
w ho has kept me happy and kept me going through all the tougher times. "Today's 
a reason for lii'iiig, today's the blood from a stone, today's the light from a candle helping 
us to find our way home. Today ice carry each other. . . " - Our Lady Peace. I n my final 
year, I had another great year with a great girl, had a great time on the court and 
field, had my best academic year and had a roommate who organized my shoes. 
To SKN, lia\e a great time wherever you go. This year has been a blast and I'll 
never forget it. Best of luck to you boys and to the OACs of next year. "Thanks 
that was fun, don't forget no regrets "- Barenaked Ladies. Don't let other people make 
you, make yourself Take advantage of TCS. As Mr. Wright says, you're in the 
vicinity of greatness but you can't just sit there and do nothing. I'm glad to be 
graduating with the best. Good luck to Rodger Wright and Cani|ibell Hall 1 am 
sure TCS w ill nnss you as much as I \\ ill. "What would you do, if it was you, would 
you take everything for granted like you do'i'" - Staind. 
-lohn ".loMo" Morrison 



Next year: University of Ottawa 





Jessica Dodd 

.\fter spending .'i years of my life at TCS, I look back now and realize that it w asn't 
really that bad. I'xe learned a lot. but not just from my teachers. TCS allowed me 
to experience things I wouldn't have otherwise. I've learned to take chances and 
just hope for the best, and always try to look at the ups not the ilowns. To my 
parents, thank you for giving me the opportunities that you have, 1 am forever 
grateful. Robert and Natasha, enjoy it and stay out of trouble - you two are going 
to do great! K) years from now I'll look back and remember all the great times I've 
had. Britta: I'll never forget going to McDonalds every Thursday to see that cute 
lioy. but in the end it all paid off. Ttianks tor always being there for me — you're 
amazing! Whit: Snovi boarding pals forever; I had a blast with you every weekend, 
when we'd always get up to no good. I won't liiiget our tiips to T-Blant ladies! 
I'em: you've been with mc since the beginning and look: we've made it through, 
Congrats! To everyone else - you knuw who you are, thank you; it's been a blast! 
,\nd to the ladies in Wright House, you're awesome - .so keep kicking butt! 




Next year: University of Ottawa 



Britta Tovvle 

One rarely appreciates w hat is in front of her until it is about to slip away lr)rcvcr 
— a classic event that is sadly happening before my very eyes. I cannot begin (o 
thank all those vvho have pushed me to tny limits in all aspcvts of life. These three 
years, I've spent my time trying to discover myself ami the girl 1 really am. It is 
with the help of all niy teachers, ailvisors. anil friends that I have become who 1 
am today: me. Zack and :\lana; Thank you for making my second year the most 
memorable and amusing and fiir always bringing me back to reality when I'm 
'dreaming." I love you. Jen: I couldn't ask for a better 'neigtibour' and friend, ^'ou 
have constantly been there fiir me w hen 1 ncvtied someone to talk to, cry to, or 
when I needed to have a laugh or 'relieve my boreilorn.' Thank you and I lov e you. 
I am so proud of all your successes. .less: I can't thank you enough fiir all of the 
laughs, and the random adventures that you have taken me on. I am so proud of 
vvho you've become, you're so beautiful and smart - never forget that! To every<ine 
else, you know who you are: thank you. Most importantly, I'd like to thank niy 
parents for their constant love and support and to my sisters: without you three I 
would not have surv ived. Thank you PCS. It's been memorable. 
"Memory is a way of hoUling onto the things you love, the things you are, the things you 
never want to lose. "- The Wonder Year.s. 



Next year: Queen's University Study .\broad 



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Haddy Allen 



1 1 I-. Iiaril to hrlu'Vf tliat my time at Trinity lias ronic" 
I" aJi end. Six years ago, I stepped into Tottenham 
liou.v ni>t knowinjj; what I was gettint; my self into. 
I "as snrrmnuled l>y ten indi\idijals that, like nie, had 
]i.i iilea w hat was eoininsi Trinity has supplied me with 
tlu-opiHtrlunitv toiloanil learn many things. Although 
I \e never thanked them het'ore, I thank my parents for 
tills gift that they have given to me and lor putting up 
« ith me tor the past 17 years (that nnist liavc been a 
I h;illenge). Without them, I would not he here today. 
1 would also like to thank niv grandparents, and my 
liule brother. D.,1. who I wish the best of luck to in his 
tiiiure days. Cheers to the swinnners and the impnn 
u am. kei'p TIT alive. Finally, to my friends, I love yon 
,ill more then life itself and I am so lucky to have you 
all. and I could never have done this vv ithout you. Good 
luik next year and in years to come. 1 can remember 
hack to when I was younger and dreaming about the 
day I would become a student at Trinity as I pranced 
along the football fields. It's hard to believe that I will 
not be here next fall, but 1 will keep everyone in my 
heart. I wise man once said "Life mozYs prett\' Janinftjst. 
If volt don't stop and took tirouiid, you might just niLis it. " 
-I'erris Bueller. 

Haddv .\. .Allen 



Next vean Brock Universitv 





Whitney Fraser 



Mere it goes: Mom and Dad, thank you so much for 
everything you've given me. Without your love and 
money, ha, I wouldn't be where 1 am today. For my 
time at Trinity, my friends made it rockin'. Thank you! 
Trimmy and I laddy, my Totty pals, we ve been through 
everything together 1 love you guys. Haddy. next year 
Brock baby OOWFF.I. Trinmiy. good luck at (Jueeiis. 
keeper gangster ov er there .ID. my snow Ixiarding pal 
and dancin' partner, we got oiirselv es into some trouble 
but always came out with a laugh, 'i'ou taught me a 
lot about myself and I thank you. Britta, girl I'll miss 
vou, but we alwavs have the party life together, good 
luck! SB, HK,HS,JKAM,KD,SW,JC,TK,SP, you guys 
are crazy and I love you. Teni, LUV Y.A! 1 also want to 
thank the teachers who helped me get through these 
years, "^'our support pushed nie to achieve and 1 thank 
you. .A shout out to my coaches, Mr. HoUct. Mr.Reid and 
rowing coaches, thank you for all your encouragement: 
it allowed me to succeed in athletics. Rigby House, you 
guys are a kickin house, so keep it cool when we leave. 
I.inds, Jocclyn, Mik, and .\I.\RV. good luck in the years 
to come. 111 miss our silly ways. Some advice to those 
left behind: You won't end your TCS career with the 
same friends as you started with, so cherish the ones 
you really like, and forget the others. To the ones left 
behind, good luck. I'll miss you. Thank you TCS for 
everything. Peace out! "7h^/ / wouldn't have done any of' 
it without my sparklintr -whit and Jiunn. " 



Next vean Brock University 



Laura Trim 

I jve. laugh, love and learn - that's what six years at TCS 
has taught me. I'm leav ing with so nuich more than w hat 
I came with and for that I am truly grateful. .Mom and 
Dad. your unconditional support and love has meant 
more than you will ever know, ^'ou allowed me the 
chance ot a lifetime and 1 am forever indebted to you. 
To Whit and Haddy, without you guys I wouldn't have 
matle it. You have always Iktii there tor me and yotir 
friendship means more than I can explain. To the rest 
of the gang HK,SIUD,BT,MK,A.M,TS,SKLPJM . well 
you know who you are, thanks for the good times and 
all the laughs. I love you guys! For those who aren't 
grailuating good luck, it will end sooner than you think. 
To my teachers, coaches, housemasters and adv isor 
thanks for never giving up on me and pushing me to 
my full potential You are all inspiring people and 1 
can't thank you enough ti>r your guidance and support. 
Thanks to Kigby for always keeping a smile on my face. 
To everyone else at Trinity who goes unnamed I am 
thankful our paths hav e crossed. We all gel sick of TCS, 
we sometimes despise it, usually love it. and no doubt, 
w ill appreciate it much more when we're gone... 
"Memories, all those little e.tperiences make up thefabm of 
our lives and on halaiue, I zivuldn't leant to erase any of 
them, tempting though it may be. " 
Memories last a lifetime. 
I .ove .\lvv ays, 
-Laura- 



Queen's University 




Jon Martin and Brock Deighton 

Glad to liave lieen here but happy to leave. 

Six years of our lives spent here at Trinity. 

We'd like to thank you all for the times we've had. 

Mixed emotions from happy to mail. 

They took our jilace vv ithout us ev en being caught. 

Another gutless move by the oftlces of Mr. Watt. 

No pun against him, it's just unfair. 

Like w ith Mr. .Allen being left without hair 

The sports were awesome, the teachers were too. 

The authority couUI have been better, but let's begin the thank yous. 

.Mr. Robert, although small, dangerous and funny. 

Made politics the only class worth our tuition money. 

Thanks to our coaches. Bilbo and V-vcall, 

Teaching us to hold our heads high an<l to stand tall. 

Thanks .MJ. for your therapeutic methiHls. 

You kept us sane, cool, calm, and collected. 

Thanks to our friends w ho w ithout this couldn't be done. 

Made us feel happy when we were ilow n and bummed. 

The last thanks is to our parenl.s. I guess we shouiti. 

Put aside six years of screwing up; we meant good. 

We coni)iiered the school and came out on top, 

Never being siisptnted, not even close to being caught. 

Last but not least, at TCS the only way to get by, 

Is to smile, suck up, and (occasionally) get © 

Peace, 
Jon and Brock 

Next year: Lakehead University aiid University of Guelpli 



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Paul Dixon 

Will, tluil's Jono. Much loxc to tlic schoiil for what it's doiio lor iiu'. It hnkcd nic 
liaik lip «ith my b«\<t trii-iui anil gave nic a wiiketl last yoar. Although 1 was only 
here lor two vears, I was gi\en a lot anil I'm grateful. Now tor the shout outs... 
First off. I'd like to thank my parents. Mom, thank you lor getting my lazy tail off 
the riH'k. and Dad, thanks for paying. Charlie, you're blood, you know that. How 
long have we known each other, man? Kristi, you made the year liearahle... and 
vtni know you lo\ e it. Furbs. Tames and Dianiond.s, keep Bethune on top and thank 
you for all the painful weekends at chez granny. Hi Holly, you're a stupid weak 
baby. Honda and .\nna, good luck and .\nna remember wherever Honda is you 
w ill always l)e able to see his head. .Mso, a very special thanks to Kciser for always 
Ix'ing there to talk to and Robert for being the biggest fan of my art Finally much 
love for Bethune, we might not be the smartest, but are unijuestionablv the best 
house. "OLF^ OLE OLK OLK... Day Students, are... " Vou guys know the rest. 
To anyone I'm forgetting, my bad. Okay, it's time to wrap tliis up, my high school 
life, this year and this quote. . . Thanks again and I'd like to finish this: 
Actions havf reactions, don't he quick to judge / You may not knou' the hardships people 
don't speak of /It's best to step hack, and ohsenv with couth / For we all must meet our 
moment of truth. " -Gang Starr 

PEACE 

Next vean University of Western Ontario 



Charlie Doyle 



First and toiemost, I would like to thank God liir helping me get through this 
school without getting expelled and liir reuniting me with my Ix^st friend (Paul. 
we're blood man!). Ixits of love to Mom and Dad for siip|)orting me through 
everything; I lo\e you! SPECl.M. SPFCl.M, thanks to my boys for seeing me 
through the worst of times: I'aul. FiirlK'r, Tames, Spencer, Sunny, Lil' B. (iregg, 
Hoiula, anil too many others to name. You know who you are! Special Shout-out to 
tile BETl IL'NE BL'LLDOGS: we're the best house and everyone else knows that, 
w hetlier they acknowledge it or not. And to all my girls; Holly, Kristi, Eve, Uiu, 
.\Iikel, Meg, both Sarahs, .\manda, .Anna, and whiH'ver else of you inde|H-ndent 
women 1 might ha\e missed. I want to thank all the teachers I've had at TCS, 
especially .Mr Walker for keeping me on the right track and helping me solidity 
what I want out of my future; I'll never torget you Bill Phil/Moby. Mr. Keiser, 
you kick butt and have helped me through a hell of a lot. Mr. Gregg, you're the 
coolest ad\ isor anyone could ask tiir Mr. Wright, you're the man and I wish you 
were staying tor the sake of my \ear .) friends. I'm rather disappointed in Black 
Seal (come on man, we're boys and you've gotten me in trouble twice), but I love 
it anyw ay! .Michael .lordan really, really helped make this year bearable, so 1 thank 
him for that, .\cting f life! Drama is an incredibly powerful tool. TCS truly was 
an unforgettable experience... ROOT CANAL JONES!!! 
- Charles Doyle 

Next year: Brock University 






Rishi Bhargava 



1 hav e spent four years of my life at Trinity- Friends that I have met here I will never 
forget TCS shows you w ho your true friends are and who are not. I have made 
many ac<|uaintances and made many friends - they are forever To sh'S: laughter 
To .Mazar: Swim. To Jean-Marc. Impertinent. To Dan: Unforgettable four years. 
To laru leadership. To .Joel: Trust; friendship. To John-Craig: Experimentation; 
keep up the goixi work. To Roddy: Endless power. To Xuttall: Han ji, nuggo! To 
Cam: Work hard, and party even hariler To Gem: Paint. To Chris: Islander? To 
Pal: Respects. To Kento: CJo pro. To Mitch and .4lan: Hip-Hop. I look forward to 
your first albums. To Mom, Dad, ami Heshnia: Thank you for everything; you have 
always been there for nie. 

1 will not realize how much I will miss TCS until 1 graduate this June. Moving 

into Brent House has concluded my years at TCS; this year 1 realized that I will 

miss it. 1 have vvatcheil my sister graduate, and many friends. The time has come 

for me now to leave. 

To the Ciraduates of 'itXH: 

Be who YOU are and say what you feel, hecause those who mind don't nuitler and those 

who matter don't mind. "- Dr. Seuss. 

'Uluays aim al complete harmony of thought and word and deed. Always aim at 

purifying your thoughts and nerylhing will be well. ' - Mahatma Gandhi. 

Next year: McMaster University 



Alex Mazar 

.As one once said, "The journey is tile reward." .After four years at Trinity, I have 
learned a lot. I will always remember the experiences and memories that I've 
gained Trinity has i)|)ened many doors in my lite and it has prepared me for the 
future. First I would like to thank my parents. Manian and Dail, thank you tor 
giving me this opportunity and t'or ymu" support and encouragement along the 
way To my sister Holly, thanks tor your positive influence and your great adv ice 
throughout. To the boys in Hodgett.s, Orchard and Brent, it's Ixvn great. You guys 
made this journey a blast. To the Gentlemen of 3FN: Johnny M. Ian, Dan, Brown- 
Tow n, JC, Danny, Nuts, Purz and Wliitey, my last year would never have iK'en as 
fun vvithuul you boys around... Our useless debates, our l:iK)am conversations, 
our made-up stories over MSN, our rapping .session.s, our cornbread eating and mv 
random storytelling. To the Scurns girls: Jen, Kristin, Sage and .Miche thanks for 
your company, support and great memories this year I would also like to thank 
Campbell for Ix'ing such a great housemaster in my last year Finally, I would also 
like to give a shout out to ma I lustlas. Remember to always keep'n hustlin' cause, 
"Damn, it feels gix>d to be a gangsta! " .As for my words of wisdom, be tenacious, 
nev er giv e up Ixsause in the end you will achiev e your goal. "// is a rough road that 
leads to the heights of greatness. " Cheer.s, .Alex "French Cannon " Mazar 
"So this one time 1 was in .lamaica and 1 wanted to buy some gum..." 



Next year McGill University 



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Joel Leavitt 

As 1 sll in the lllirarv now trving lo Mininiari/c tin- awfsonu' past three years. 1 
"oiiiler where aiul who 1 woiikl ha\e heeii hatl 1 not l>ej;iin a ht'e at Trinity. I'se 
learned so many things at this seliool. most outsiile the classroom. The f'rieniis 
l'\c made, experiences l'\e liad and opportunities I've been i;i\en are endless. To 
h'r-iilo: I'm looking lbrv\ aril to posting yonr soccer posters on my wall. V'o lifiv best 
ol' friends torevei'. To Grrry: haha. To Cam: as yon've said. we'\e detinitely been 
through the highs and lows (more highs) hut I'm glail we wern through it together, 
and vou know I ow n t'lght club. To h'D dttil Dr. DuHrov: thanks tor w atching out for 
me. "The Kocord ". BI'B ami all the othei- behind the scenes pranks have pro\ ided 
flair to my fmal year Thanks tor the great time to those friends 1 couldn't lit in this 
c|uote. .'Vnd I'll give one huge thanks to my Mom and Dad tor always supporting 
me even when 1 said I didn't neetl it. Take it easy Brent House, and I w ish the best 
of luck to the Wright and Hall family. 




Cam Sylvester 



Next vear: McMaster Uiiiversitv- 



Two years have passed in what seems a blink of an eye. It's been tough, but my 
time here is finally over first off I'd like to thank my parents tor making TC'S 
possible i'oy me anti for helping me when times were low. In terms of Tt"S. many 
people bad mouth it and in some a.spects. they're right, but if it weren't tor this 
school, I wouldn't have known all the friends I have made. You guys helped me 
contiise this place with home. Gerry, it's been well spent in 207, don't stink too 
much. Kento, you're a gi'eat person, but even greater at soccer .-Man, keep up the 
beats and take it easy in Sw it/erland. The B.P.B w ill always be remembered, .loel. 
you've been there with me through all the highs and lows. Thanks for keeping 
me on the right track when The Kecord wasn't in session. Campbell, you're an 
amazing man and will always be remembered as the true Hou.semaster <if Brent. 
.■\ngus and (ii'aham are vei^y lucky children. One final word from a wise man: 
Don't count the davs. let the das's count. 

Later Days, 
Cam 

"Ihu'iiys do zv/iiit you ivant and sax what vott feel beuiuse t/tose who mind don't matter 
and those uho mailer don 'I mind. " -Dr Seuss 



Next year: Gap Year in .Australia, then Huron University College 




Gerry Kuo 



Well it's time to go, but I'm not sure if I'm quite I'eaily. It's been a gtjod ride anil 
I'm not sure if I want it to end. But a few last words are needed; 

1. I'm in love with the person who's picture is to the left 

2. 1 really wanted to be a Prefect 
s. I really wanted to be IIOH 

+ I really like Osier food 

.'i. I wish that I had gone to .\..\ more 

ci. Look for me in the NB.^ because I have mad "skillz" 

Well that's it I guess but just so you know I'm .goin.g to Waterloo so any of the 
ladies ever want to give me that call back you know where 1 am...* 




Kento Ozaki 

lune 1.')''', '.'(K)4: Three days before graduation. This was due over three months 
ago, but I just couldn't do it until I finally realized that I was leaving. Now, sitting 
in front of my computer thinking about my past three years at TCS, 1 feel that 
I'm ready to move on. I'll tor sure miss playing soccer here all day. CJregg: Best 
wishes to your soccer careers! You'll do great. Thanks to all the blgsi<le players tor 
making my last season at TCS unforgettable. Good luck next year! The memories 
that I made with my friends will never be forgotten either Joel, Gerry, Cam, and 
Brinsmead: Cniod times, eh? We're heading to difi'erent ilirections, but we'll always 
be frienils. Kemcmber the antuial May Two-Kour trips!! (!ood luck and thanks to 
all the other friends that 1 couldn't mention here. Thanks must go to Mr Robert. 
FD, V, Menzies. Keiser, Campbell, Dave, and PK: I'm so glad that I was able to 
rtieet such cool teachers/frieruls. Not everyone gets that opporlimity Finally. I 
thank my mom, dad, and sister from the very bottom of my heart for supporting 
me and respecting my decisions all the time. 



Kento Ozaki 'Ot -Brent House- 



Next year: University of Waterloo 



Next year: Gap Year in Japan, then Queen's University 



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Luke Song 

I s|K"m tlircf yi'ars of my lite in TCS, arul tlicsc three years were more than great! 
Thank yon TCS. yon gave nie a great chance to ex|ierience many things I will miss 
this schixil. Now Id like to gi\e some ail\ ice to my trientls tor their good lives: 

David (Do-llynng): Sonictinics. you get into a temper easily. He calm... Tlien 
yon'll l)e the great one! 

Danny (Dawn): If vou can reduce your sleeping time, vou'll become \\halever 
von want! 

Min (Seung Min): Vou got injured too many times (esp. during hasketliall games). 
Be careful! 

. . .and etc. (sorry I couldn't write all of your names): CJood luck to you all guys! 

I won't say bye, it's not a time to good-bye (maybe time to see-ya) for us... 

Farewell, ICS... BaBa... :) 

Special Thanks: Mr .\llen. Ms. Large 



Next vear: University of Wisconsin at Madison 




Danny Chung 



I'll like to thank Ciod, my parent.s, teachers, and friends who helped me to snr\ i\i' 
three long years in TCS. I also specially thank my ainiahle housemaster and 
advisor, who guided me in times of trouble. Now it's lime to mo\e on. 

"Danny, if you am szailtinc your sal iva flowing from Ihf mouth, you arc llir lupfiiesl 
pi-rsoji ill tilt' zivrlii. " 

-My lather's ad\ ice after he \ isitcd a school liir the bandlcap|K'd. 



Next yean University of Washington at Seattle 





Fernando Turrent-Fonseca 

I have to admit it, TCS is great, .^t tlrst I thouglit this was a bad place to spend my 
last year of high school because I left my friends and my family back in Mexico, but 
as time passed and I got to experience not only the School itself but the people in 
it, I realized that I could not ha\e picked a better place to spend this last year. Mom, 
it's l>een three long years but I'm finally done. Thanks for being there e\ cry step 
of the way. Tengo el sello de los Turrent pero el alma de los Fonseca y aciierdate 
ya soy mayor de edad. Dad, thanks for all the ad\ ice and wisdom you ga\e nic. 
Acuerdate i|ue todo lo (|iie pasa conviene. Nefasto.s, you were like brothers (and 
sons) to me Regresando tour por cada cuidad. Nutts, my good Bahamian, remember 
two things: 1 .'> 1 has a texture and I was w alking straight. T, Jose and Doushy, keep 
those quotes rolling, hey! Mr I'o, don't worry we forgive you. Bunny, no biting. 
Mel, remember the nature walks. Mr Mall and Mr '^'ard, thank you for making 
TCS my home away from home. To all my teachers, thank you for everything and 
Mr. Robert, you're more than invited to Monterrrrrrrrey. F"or all the generations 
to graduate from TCS, remember: every man dies, not every man truly lives. Ma. 
Quiqne, Patosy al inche tiopaco, graciaspor todo,yose<iuesi soy un graji liombre 
va a ser por que estuve en los hombros de gigantes. TGIO 



Next year. Bishop's University 



Alexander Nuttall 

C)\ er the past fix e years at TCS, I hav e seen people come and go. . . Now it's my turn 
to leave. This place has become my home; it w ill be hard to go. My parents have put 
up with a lot and I love them for it. Mr Hall, it's been five years and you haven't 
killed me. so that's another plus. Coach Cameron, TL, and Coach Allen, I thank 
you for imprinting the love for the greatest sport in the world onto my heart. Now 
to my friends: Max, it has been a weird last year w ithout you here. Lara, keep your 
head up little sis. Nikki, ONE FOO T! and stay on the road. Andrea, try to keep all 
your passengers in their seats. Fernando, walk straight. Brock, OOOOW'W'W'W 
()1 1 \¥,.\] I. Sanuiiy. thanks for the talks. To the puebecker.s. I w ill miss the train 
rides. .\nd thanks to everyone at my Nineteenth... best birthday e\er! To all the 
Brent boys, you are like brothers to me and alw ays remember you are in the best 
house. Well as 1 get ready to move on I think to the motto tattooed on my back, 
"Ne\'ei* start any thing you can't finish." I live by this motto anil it's gotten me this 
far. so 1 know it's working. To future grads. you may say you hate it now but trust 
me these will Ik- some of the best years of your life They were for ine. 
"// IS time /'or us iill to stum/ am/ ilieer/or Hie doer, tlie arliiever - the one who recognizes 
tile e/iatlenges ami does something about it. " -Vince Ix>nibardi 



Next year: University of Windsor 



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Josie Tao 

riie tact is. vviilunit Trinity, 1 «oiiM iicmt be ill university. Tliat lieiiig saiil, 1 
ha\c to thank my parents for investing in my future. Trinity provided me witli an 
environment that allowed me to grow and shape my character « itli an enormous 
amount of energy and support. Thank you, Mr Gregg and Mrs. Large, tiir your 
inspiration and teachings. Thank you, Mr.s. Jakic, for your continual support 
(and nice coninients on report cards!) To the girls I've known since Grade Nine: 
Sarah, you always have something nice to say that hrighteiis my day. Heatlier, 1 
I ant get enough of liiod and the city To my friends that are walking with me to 
the end of this path: Karen. I'm so glad we are graduating together, no matter 
vvhat happens with university, BKK Candice. sorry I'm a horrible roommate yet 
vou are always there to listen to me complaining. Simpson, tliaiik for helping out 
with the Kngland tbrm at three in the morning. To tho.se who are ahead of me: 
.\nwe ami Laura, you made Trinity a better place for me. To the rest of you, see 
Mill at our fifty year reunion when we're all seventy years old! 




Karen Lam 

This has been an ama/.ing and iinlorgettal)le year lor me. When I first came to 
TCS in September, I didn't know what to anticipate. I had a bumpy start to the 
year, but nonetheless 1 have gained many fun and rewarding experiences from 
being here in my final year of high school. I would like to thank my parents liir 
this opportunity that changed my lite. To all my friends both here and HK, you 
know who you are. 1 love yon all! Josie: definitely BFF, I've know n you since C'D- 
NIS, I've had .so much fun with you this year and I can't wait t(>r university! Jane: 
you are the cutest and funniest roommate ever. I'll miss yon a lot. To my girls in 
Ketchum & Scorns, my housemasters, teachers and advisor: I will never forget 
you guys! I will definitely miss TCS. 

Cheers, 
Karen .xoxo 



Next Year: L'niversitv of British Columbia 



Next year: King's University College 




Sarah Johnson 

1 can't believe that I've been here for four years, and this year has been the best of 
them all. Many people have come and gone in my four year.s, but many will still 
be there for me next year. I want to thank the School so much for making me a 
better person, and definitely the members of Five Carit Draw for putting up w itli 
me. The person who knows me best here however is Anna. I want to thank her so 
much for dealing with all of my funny habits, my Toronto Maple Leaf craiiness 
and antics, and tor helping me throughout the year. Our room was definitely the 
liveliest and 1 had the most laughs that I've ever had. 1 also want to thank Inian, 
Thalia and Sam for being there tor ine, and for all the weekends at my house. I 
can't believe I'm leaving, but I know that no matter where I go, I will still be in 
contact with many of you. Whenever you need to get aw ay, come visit me wherever 
1 end up. If I've rubbed off on any of you guys, I hope that it was some hockey 
knowledge! Kristi: Go Trees Go!!! Thalia and Imaii: Say no more mon amour! "Why 
tlon't you all just fade away." .'\nna: I hope you enjoy your future Chap Skip}iels! 
Don't forget .Mark, my Matt, Orlando, and Josh and all the guys who graced our 
walls! CJood luck next year! 
Love. Sarah 



Next year: .\cadia University 




Sam Widmer 



11 could be granted one wish, I would want to give back to my friends what they 
have given to me over the last three years. I could not ask fiir a better bunch of 
people to spend my time with at TCS. Firstly, a big thanks to Mr. Stevens and 
Mrs. Dew fiir sticking by me through thick ami thin, and Mr Wright; you are 
the # 1 headmaster, "A fnend ts oiit' who Anoic.v till about von and likfs you anyivays. " 
So. Anna thanks tor the late night talks, Janet for the 'awesome massages alih!' 
and Nuttall tor his crazy vvayz. . . Venmica, I could not ask for a better person to 
be my roommate: "you're so oulnigeous." Candice... ~A rfal friend is someone ivho 
vou can sit in complete silence with an4 still walk azuayfrelnig like you just had the best 
conversation of your life. " Sarah, you're beautiful, & listened to everything I had 
to say... you will live in me leva! .Xnd to my parents... you are amazing. I love 
you so much, you have made the person I am today. Dad, you taught me to work 
lor my goafs, and I have achieved every one of them. Mum, my best friend, you 
gave me my inspiration. .lohnny, follow your dreams and do not hold back. Jack, 
conquer the impossible and fight for what you want. My dreams have come true!! 
Thanks to my friend.s. family, faculty and everyone else who has blessed my life, 
the memories will stay with me for ever 
Sam :0) *Blonde Bombshell* 

Next year: Eton University 



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Rebecca Davidson 

To inv iniiin, inv ;Ki\ isor, aiul llii' IracluTs who believed in me, thanks for fu-lping 
me get here. To mv frienils here. I leave to .some the only messai^e I have left: Xn'rr 
stitlefiir mrjiimily. \o\\ taught me to get o\ cr all that I was anil may have heen faced 
with, so thanks To.!.!, .-VAV, R F.. and \V..-\., I promised yo" would he mentioned! 
To \, thanks tiir alw ays Ix-ing there, for ha\ ing the late night seam sessions, and for 
showing ine good music. To }Iollie, thanks for your understanding ways and .see 
you soon for some .MacPoulets. .M'terwards. well go for a run at practice. Titanium, 
thanks for Ix'ing there. W'orlil, I love va big time and make sure to never lose your 
train of thought, .laymie, vou were the best roommate. 

"A mavfment is iiccumpltshed hi si.r sfaggs 

And the sevmlli 6r/«^',< return. 

Tilt smen is the number of the young light 

It forms when darkness is imreased by one. 

Change returns suiress 

Going and coining without error 

Action brings good fortune. 

SunseL sunrise. ' 

-Floyd 



Next yean Ryersoii Uni\ersity 




Holly Hawryluk 

L'liforttmately tor some, you only begin to appreciate thijigs once they are gone. 
I know the whole high school thing wasn't a blast, but certainly hanging out 
with friends and appreciating mv surroundings was. I'm .going t(j miss the times 
I chilled out with my closest buddies, building my friendships, becoming me. I 
have my guy friends, my girl friends, and then Charlie, "i'ou are. by far, one of 
the greatest [xiople I've ever met. Tell crazy soup duck 1 miss him. Paul, you're 
just a stupid weak baby whose ovitline never lookeil well in spilt sugar anyways. 
Miles, thank you for putting up w itb me and alw ays looking out for me, 1 love you. 
Mike, you tlon't gi\e yourself enough creilit ior being as amazing as v(>u are. V 
and Kristi. thank you THRKK times over for being there tiir me and all the good 
times in I'.ngland. Rebecca, no one will give you ([uarters for stupid decisions 
anymore, you're tree! Sar and KT, ;)"' Moor '01 /'oa, rock on! My Ketchum crew, 
stick together, and claim the back table until you graduate. Mallory (shady may) 
and .Andria. life gets better I promi.se... L'nfortunately, it's once you leave high 
school. Mike Maynard IS the hottest guy I know. To L'nkey Rodg, this place will 
miss you. Ciood thing I'm leaving! It's odd having a good time at this place once 
you are leaving, but perhaps it is because I'm lca\ ing that it is so great. Finally, to 
my bigsidc team, thanks for coming out. 1 love you all so nuicli w ith all my heart. 
Well... into reality 1 now stroll... wliolelotamilkata'hotniail.com 



Next year: University of Victoria 




Veronica Rutherford 

Hello all! We were toUl that (»ur grad tpiotes couldn't contain any attacks (tn 
teachers, the School, or other students, any blatant sexuality, swearing, or illicit 
retliTences. Therelbre I ha\ e nothing to say . . . Psyche!! Chris and Nick: thanks li ir 
rockin' out with me; Sam: you're the best roomy and true blonde; Rebecca: there 
is a diU'erence between theory and fact; Kristi: blossom in university you blossom, 
you; Maggie: PLK.XSF. move your hand; Nic: my favourite know-it-all; llollie: 1 
have nothing to say except tor ROCK ON; Mike: you're number one on that list 
of mine ;0); Bethel: I love you. man; .Stonermaii: let's go ride that pony; F.d: be 
careful. Hig Brother- is watching; Lou: your secret's safe with me; Kate: be careful 
in the bathroom; .Mr. Paul Dixon: you're the best friend's Imyfriend I've ever 
had; Mr. Mills: happy birthday!; Mr DePencier; you know you were my favourite 
teacher, right?; Unkie Rodge: best headmaster ever, thanks; Mrs. Wright: thanks 
for being a University vviz; Miles: you know, you're hot, too; .Mrs. Murray: best 
house master on campus; Charlie; can I moisturize your hand.s?; Mom and Oad: 
the best parents in the world! Thanks tor all you have given me and I love you 
guys; Adrian and Cieotfrey; we're tight, let's keep it that way forever; Nakita: 
you're the best friend I have ever had, thanks for being there; thanks to all of my 
bulls who 1 left out (sorry, but you know who you are). "I^t the loi'in' take a hold. " 
-Brail Nowell and "I'd rather be hated for who I am than loved for who I am not. " 
-Kurt Cobain. PEACE!! 



Next year: University of Victoria 




Maggie McCutcheon 



■"^ou wouldn't Ix'lieve a girl with electric eel , would you. King?" 



The ones that ionized King .Arthur's sword under swamp water?" 



Next year: University of Western Ontario 



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Bickle actiialh' making it to ImuIi (lc'i)atiiig' finals 

Marco Carey being asked to play in tln' AU-Star l\'ain tor haskethall 

Kclsev Wilcox hreaking the school ri'iord fiir tlu' most jioints scored in a hasketiiall gaiiU', and 

doing so at OFSAA 

Hobby Dillette smashing into a tree wliik' trying to fly 

'l"he Prefect Sur\ ixor ganu' that went on this year 

Wright House slaughtering Ketchum in House sports 

.\ half day when tliree teams (BS Swimming, HS Hoys Basketball, ilS (Jirls Volleyball) made 

OFSAA 

na\id Rietzke experiencing an intense moment of anger in Osier 1 lall 

Summer Olympics this year.. complete with an Olympic torcli...and flag 

Orchard House i)eating Bickle (and most of the boarding boys houses) in Tug of \\'ar 




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awards and distinctions, I say well done. And 
to the C students, I say you too may one day 
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C J()(i(l nmniuiu r\ civoiu'. 

Thi-iv i> tlif .su>iv ot till' voimg' m;m. lU'rliaps not so vounjr, who was lyin.U in liis lud oru' inorninn u hen his mother (as mothers are wont to 
do) eame into his room anil said. "Son, not up, it's time to go to sehool. " Tlie son munil)leil, "Mother, I don't want to go to school. Xohody hki's 
ine there. Nobody listens to me. I ean't do anylhing right " to wiiieh his mother replietl, "Son, you've got to get up and go to sehool - you're 
tJK' Headmaster!" 

Wi'll, I've had days like that, and I'm suie you ha\e had days like that, but those days are foggy memories now. I'or it is Speech Day, tin- last 
day of sehool, the beginning of the summer holidays, anil next to Christmas, clearly the best day of the year. Importantly, it is the last day 
as Trinity students for the 1 17 graduates before me, and we are here to bid them farewell with all due acknowledgement of what they have 
meant to us and ho\\ they ha\e helped shape the School in the last few years. 

We are also here to celebrate achievement throughout the w hole Scnioi- School and make some special p|-esentations but always in the context 
) of humility, recognizing at all times how blessed we are to lie at this School, to be in Canada, to be free, to be safe and to ba\e the chann' f()r 
prosperity sim|ily through our ow n w ork and w it. 

'=Y^ '■^"<^' so Mr. Chairman, governors, parents, faculty, staff, students and friends of TCS, welcome to tlu' Prize Cix ing component of Speech Day 
' in this our 1. •!.')''' year as the best co-ed independent school in Port Hope - perhaps the world. 

1 am making the second major speech on Speech Day. The first, and by all means the most important, was deli\ered jointly by our Head (iirl 
and Head Boy a few hours ago in Chapel. They did a mar\ ellous job summing up the TCS experience and representing the collective sentiment 
of this class. Thank you, Kristin and Roddy, fiir speaking so well on behalf of your class and. indeed, thanks to Father Don and all the students 
who participated in making the Leaving Class Chapel Ser\ ice such a |ihenomenal way to begin this historic day. 





.\nyway. this is a big day and there is plent\' to do and to sa); and so I'll try to keep my speech short and sweet -just like my wife! 

I want to start by saying something exclusively to parent.s. Students, you can zone out if you ha\erf t already. I'ye gone through this day tw ice 
^.^1 before w ith my own children and I can't help but think about kites - yes, kites. As in Mr. Banks, as in "Ix't's go fly a kite" as in our kids being like 

^kites. We spend years trying to get them off the ground, we run with them imtil we are breathless; they crash, they hit the rooftoj?, they get 
immensely tangled up; we try to straighten them out, we patch them up, we comfort them and assure them that some day they will fly. Finally 
they are airborne. They need more string, and we keep letting it out. With each twist of the ball of twine and more string being released, 
there is joy and relief, but some sadness. The kite eventually becomes more distant, and we know that it will not be long before that beautiful 

I creature will snap the life line that binds us together and soar as it is meant to soar, free and alone. Only then w ill we know we ha\e done our 
job . . . now^ back to students. 

The closing section of my speech, as always, will be my annual, unsolicited, largely ignored advice to tlie Leaving Clas.s. 1 must admit, this is 
my 'JO"' Speech Day and I've run out of things to say. I am neither wise enough, nor creative enough, nor virtuous enough to give any more 
advice, and so I am going to reprise twenty years of advice in Header's Digest form. .\nd since I have given more than one piece of gratuitous 
ailvice each year, here are my twenty-five tops! 

1. Your actions define you. I am starting with one of the biggies. Regardless of how you think, where you've been, who your parents 
j are. what you're wearing, you will be judged by what you do - furthermore those actions, over time, will iletermine who you are. So make it 

intentional. Define your.self 

2. If you are feeling down or sorry for yourself - do a good turn for someone else. I think you all know how many intrinsic rewards can 
be gathered by helping other.s. What you might not realize is that this kindness to others can be really therapeutic. You don't have to be Mother 
Teresa, but little gestures of concern and interest - a little note, a phone call, a short visit, while making the recipient feel good, makes you feel 
great and you tend to forget what ails you. There is a Hindi prayer which is sort of cool - if you don't fancy praying, it can be a motto: 

Lord, when 1 am hungry give me someone to feed 

When I am thirsty give me water to share 

When I am sad give me someone to lift from soi-i-ow 

When burdens lay ui)on me 

Lay upon my shoulders the burdens of others 

Lord, when I stanil greatly in the need of love 

Give me someone to love. 
Remember, you are the best to your.self w hen you are good to others. 

a. Really good leaders embrace accountability wholeheartedly. They understand that it is crucial to take all the blame and give all 
the credit. 

4. .\sk the right questions; do not merely provide the right answers. CJetting it right is pretty important in school work, in career.s. iti 
relationships. But only searching f()r the precise or politically correct answer, while useful in most cases, can lead to stagnation or worse, a 
boring lite! It is less comfortable but far more fun to keep questioning, especially using the "why" word liberally! 

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5. There \n ill always be someone close by in your life who is smarter, prettier, stronger, richer, kinder, nicer - than you. Don't waste one 
cosmic millisecond on jealousy. Sometimes you feel ahead; sometimes you feel behind. Tlu- nice is long and, in the end, it is only with 
yourself 

6. That world renowned philosopher. Woody .\llen, once said "Eighty percent of success is showing up." .AJthough I think he was primarily 
talking about showing up on the -set (or in court) everj' day on time, I do think he is on to something. It is ;i prc-tty riiilinii-mary loiiivpt - // 
li pJi\siuiH\ htiitg there to uattli and .sliaic a moiiiciit with a friend or lainily and jxrlia|)s otliT an encouraging word. In tact you don't even need to 
speak; the beauty of it is that you don't iia\e to do any tiling. Just "being there" is a signal tiiat you have made a con.scious choice to allocate soinr 
of your iin|M)rtant time to someone else. This makes that per.son feel wanted, special and appreciated. It is so simple, yet so jxjwerfiil. .Although it !■- 
applicable to any age, this ))rinciple will certainly l)e driven home to you if you lia\ e children - and it is not a matter of just show ing up ai the .soccvj 
game or the insuH'erable Cliristmas concert, it is showing up at bedtime - every bedtime. 

7. When you meet people, ask them about themselves. Just as you nmst be trusting to be trusted, you must be interested to be 
interesting. ^^^ 

8. You'\e probably heard people say not to sweat the little things - which is quite true. As child psychologist Bob Colosso said, if it is not j^^^ 
inmioral, or illegal, or life threatening, there is no need to worn*- too much about it. Little things can be important though; it is just that 
you don't need to do great things - do little things in a great way. 

9. Exercise. \ou don't ha\ c to do it e\erv day, hut vou tlo lia\ e to do it regularly tor the rest of your life. Sorry. Plug it into your weekly schedule 
like a class - no you can skip that; .schedule it like a date. Wednesday morning I ha\e a date with a treadmill - you know what 1 mean. Better still, 
arrange with someone to play seiuash or go tiir a run. Sounds so elementary to you when at TCS you'xe been obliged to be in\ol\ed in sport and the i^^^ 
facilities are so close at hanil. That's over now. and so you ha\e to plan your titness, and 1 implore you to do it. It could lie the most imp<jrtant habit Ik^Jf 
you tbrni. 

10. Take a look at the Emerson quotation on the front of the programme. It's been there tor about ten years and it always delights me when 
1 read it each vear. like meeting an old friend. It also reminds me annually what is really important in life, so store it somewhere where you migiit 
re\ isit it. It has been inspiring for me. 

11. I call this - What's really important? The pursuit or the prize? 1 sjxjke to a member of your class tiie day after Bigside Boys' Rugby semi- ^ 
final loss to Ridley. I figureil he wouKl be dexastated ant! wanted to cheer him up a bit. He was disappointed but quite philosophical, immediately \!fj 
recounting the great season he and his team had. You see, playing a sport at that le\el had taught him that you can't put tew much stake in the prize, it is "^ 
so tem|x>rary. The important thing, the intransigent tiling, is the struggle. During the season, he had learned .so much about him.self, he had travelled, '' j| 
and toureil w itli a bunch of friends and enjoyed all tile great shenanigans that bring.s; he had dexeloped .so much discipline; pushed himself to the h ^" l 
limit; he had had so much fun and w as extremely tit. Making the final, the medal, the trophy, w oidd have been nice but, in reality, it would not have [^ ^''J 
made one bit of difference to w hat he got out of that sport. What changed him w as not the destination but the journey. Savour the journey we ha\e |5^J 
had here together, and remenil)er that the journev is far more meaningful, enriching, edifying, and permanent than the destination e\er can Ik*. ^^- 

1 2. Always remember that you are unique -just like eveiyone else. Try not to be self-absorbed and certainly take any self-importance and lock ifc ,^». 
it up! It is not easy to do because we all li\e in here (HE.\D) and it is hard not to translate ah.sohitely everything that happens in terms of how it ^f M 
affects me. But, as my Father alw ays said, AVe are just a particle on the beach of life aiid thei-efbre the tides don't matter " - to this day 1 don't know 
what that means! 

13. Don't toot your own horn. If you are honestly haril working and kind, e\ en if w ay behind the scenes, you w ill e\entually be noticetl by someont-. 
The truth w ill w in out - be patient. Someone else w Ul toot your horn and the sound w ill be far more brilliant. In other words, it is far more inipressi\ e i ^^— ^ 
w hen others discover your gootl qualities w ithout your help. ^S^ 

14. Be who you are and sav what vou feel, because those who matter won't mind, and those who mind won't matter. l^^j 
13. Choose a job or a career that j'ou tridy like, somethuig that really interests you. The famous philosojjher R. E. Dempster once w rote 'There ^^ 
is a bliss and a blessing to be swept away by a pursuit so that all that matters is the activity itself in all its beaut)', logic and sense of possibilitj'." I ^IJCJ 
know this is the siren call for the Protestant work ethic. The neat thing is that "activity" can be Camus, or carburetors, or calculus, or concerts, or ^ -"^ 





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commerce or candlestick making - w liatev er. If you like doing it, you will do it w ell. 

16. ... is a coroUarj' to #15 ... m\' apologies to parents. Do not be in a hurrj' to join the permanent work force. 1 think \'ou have the next 
eight to ten j'ears to invest in j'our.self It is a relatively small w indow you have without the responsibilities of frankly, marriage and parenthood. It _ 
should be a time of study, travel, internships, service, climbing, camping, singing, w liatev er, essentially filling the tank w itli education and experience Irlj^j 
so that your life l^ecomes richer - not necessarily v'our bank account - but that often happens, too, in the long run. ^^ ^ 

17. While I am on parents, I shoidd say - get to know your parents, especially now that you are adults and can better understand them. 
You never know when they will be gone forever. 

18. Take your work seriously, but don't take yourself seriously. I love the Hebrew expression, "They who take their rank lightly raise 
their own dignitv." 

19. You've all heard the phrase the "corporate ladder" - the so called ladder of success. My advice to you is: 
put tiie ladder on solid ground and tie it ott (education, integrity) 

just don't point it heavenward or it will topple - lean it against something (friends, family) 
climb it one step at a time when you are reaily and balanced (no short cuts on a ladder) 
no need to push anyone dovv n - they have tiieir own ladders. 

20. Remember you have an immutable human freedom to choose your response, reaction and attitude in any set of circumstances, .\lthougii 
there will be bumps along the road of life, and moments of unbearable .sadness, if you choose to Ix- charitable, optimistic, and productive, you will 
be. If you really w ant to Ix- liapp}', no one can stop you. 



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iil. 1 like to call my Bono point. Most ol' von Unow who lioiio is - tlu' loail sinmT tor L'J, mm Irish Hiu k l>;iiul, ami an iiKirdihly inlliuniial 
MK'ial activist. As a tei-nagcr, Bono toiinil Hoik to Ix' the iiuisic of rolx'llion, init as an adult anil fatlu'r of tour, he askeil himself what is 
he rehelling asrainst now? His answer: I am rehelliiig against my own inilitVerenie, anil against the idea that the world is tiie way it is and 
there's not a darn thing I can do ahout it (and he didn't say "darn"). As you know, he has heen ahle to parlay his rock super-stardom into 
taee-to-faee meetings with Pope.s, I'resiilents and Prime Mitiisters. lie has a lalling earil and shamelessly uses it - f()r good. .Mthough I 
wouldn't i>ut the TCS calling card in the same league as Boiio'.s, as a (jrad ot this School, you do ha\e a calling card and a connection to 
thousands of other TCS Grad.s, automatically opening doors and fast forwardirig relationships. 1 ask you to harness the lessons you've 
learned here and, tiankly, vour connections ... for some greater good. 'S'ou don't need to tackle Third World Debt or fllV Aids right now, 
l>iit the ])olential you ha\e now to go hevond normal benchmarks of success (like earning power and stutl) and make a real ditfererue in 
lliis world is formidable, ^'ou can all be Bonos. 

•i'J. Plan for success. I like to use the image of a Deer Sign. \'ou'\e .seen them in Northern Ontario - yellow, triangular. Well my children, 
\\luii tluv were \erv little, used to think that was where deer crossed the road (I sort of aided and abetted that idea). So naturally my kids 
would want me to pull iner in the car at these signs .so they could .see deer. After about three minutes of stealthily watching for deer, we'd 
gi\e up and dri\e on. Now w hat's the point, you might ask! My kids wanted to see a deer. Judging by the sign, they were in the vicinity of 
, deer, the conditions were right for them to see deer, but they just sat in the car, and guess what - no deer. 1 know^ you all want to be hajipy 
TiO ''"*■' iii'i't-essful. We all want that for you. You'\e had the benefit of tremendous support from your parents and a TCS education. You are 
^ ai in the vicinity of success, the conditions are right for you to succeed, but you can't just sit there. You've got to get up early; you've got to 
figure out how and why deer move, where they nest, where they feed - and get out of the ear and fmd one!! 
A2.'}. Be tolerant. Tolerate your tlawed friemls, your flawetl family, your flawed school. .Make no apologies ihr forging friendships too fast. 
O^^ Make no a|)ologies for being too trusting. Try to deal w ith other people's faults as gently as you deal w ith yom- ow n. 
^^^ 24. Our most famous Alumnus, Sir William Osier, called it A Way of Li fe. Frosty sang about it in Godspell- it is living Day by 
rj Day. Osier felt there were two days of the week you ne\er worried about - yesterday and tomorrow. The petty annoyances, the real and 
^^^ fancied slight.s, the mistakes, the disappointment.s, the sins, the sorrows, e\en the joys and triiunphs. Osier would say "Bury them in the 
^^ 1 obli\ ion of night ". Likewise, he would ad\oeate no dreams, no \ isions, no delicious fantasies during the working day. Life in the present, 
' li\ ing earnestly, focused w ithout a finward-looking thought, is the only insurance of the future. He lived this way e\ery day. .At his death 
in i;)'i(), he was the world's most renowned and beloxed physician. Applying Osier's credo to our lives means that you don't ignore the 
future or fail to take stock periodically. But it does mean that the best way to insure a bright futiu'e is to set daily goals, focus on the task 
at hand, and complete the work of the day. It liecomes the habit, the routine. The way of life. This is why we begin and close each school 
year w ith the Salutation of the Daw n - 
f**^^ But toda\ zwll lived makes every yesterday a memory of happiness 

W^jHl --iiid of every tomorrozv a vision of hope 

Look well therefore to this day 
For it IS Life! 
1 ^^ 25. If at first you don't succeed - don't take up skydiving. 

Well, Class of '2004, you beautiful little kite.s, you are ending this part of your journey through life. I hope it has been worthwhile for you. 
1 hope you ha\e learned some of those intangible lessons that are picked up at TCS beyond Pythagoras or jirecis, things like - 

1. the simplicity, beauty and powi'r of a kind word 

'2. what makes a person a real leailer regardless of rank oi" title 

a. the \alue of tying your tie while walking to Cha]Kl 
These gift.s, along with life long friends are some of the things you all ha\ e recei\ ed - w hether by design, osmosi.s, fate or fluke - they occur 
ami furthermore the\' stay. 

So, enjoy your last day as a Trinity student. Try to close down properly this part of )-our life. I would suggest thanking your parents for 
giving you this opportunity. 1 really ho|)e you are parents one day, if only to truly understand the lo\ e of your parent.s. Obv iously, thank 
your teachers, not only for their instruction, but for really wanting you to succeed, and thank you friends for sharing tiiis experience with 
you and making it bearable and often fim. You're going to forget this speech, you are going to forget w ho w ins these awards, but you'll nexcr 
forget the ])eoj)le with whom j'ou are sharing this moment .And TCS will never forget you -esjiecially when it comes to .Annual CJix ing! 

\c>u know, we have named the OCB the W. .A. Johnson Block after our Foimder I think it is a|)propriate on an occasion like this to quote 
father John.son when he said on the steps of his ])arsonage in Weston Ontario in 1 S67, "Where the hell is Port Hope?" .Actually we don't 
have a clue what he said, but we know what he started because we li\e it, we breathe it, we get tired of it. we sometimes hate it, we often 
love it, we take it for granted, and we appix'ciate it more when we are aw ay from it. 

Class of ;2004, you are mo\ ing away from it, from here. It has been a delight getting to know you and I am honoured to lea\e here with 
you. 1 am sure 1 mentioned to you as terrified new boj's and new girls on opening day, two things: 

1 . You w ill meet your very best friends here — and I think you have. 

'2. Try to lea\e the School in a little better shape than when you arrived - ami I think you have. 
And so you are two-for-two, and I congratulate you. 

I also want to extend my heartfelt best wishes to you all for a life of industry, charity and ha])piness. We are cutting the string ami letting 
you soar Cheers to you all! 






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Prizes for Academic Excellence 



Founihition ^Var 
KristiiKi Malaatii 
John liaxttT 
Jaime Chan 
Caithn Conycrs 
Anna I'racKowiak 
Alison i loinies 

^'I'ar Iwo 

Julia BakkiT 

KariMi Baxter 

Malcolm Cecil-C'oek\sell 

Katliryn Dagg 

Amanda Fung 

Neil Issar 

Duncan Kwan 



The Outdoor Kducation Prize Gregorj' Bathe 

The Mealtli and Piiysical Education Prize Kelsey Wilcox 



H\ II C'hae ini 
Mai kenzie Jackson 
Robert Kay 
Claudia Sanchez 
Jacob Tuoniinen 
ClitV Wiietung 



Duncan Kwan 
Brii-nne McKenzie 
Christopher Selby 
Av'inash Trivedi 
Andrew Woodward 
CJregory Young 



F. A. Bethune Scholarships 

Foundation \'ear Jaime Chan 

Year Two Brienne McKenzie 

Year Three Catherine Brow n 



Trinity Prizes 

Foundation Year 
Year Tw o 



Jaime Chan 
Brie McKenzie 



Headmaster's Award for Academic Distinction 
in the Third Year 



Catherine Brown 
Marc-Andre Chagnon 
Kevin Chan 
Joelle Desjardins 
Karen Frackowiak 
Oliver Gale 
Erin Hayter 
Janet Lee 



Benjamin Munson 

Simon Reis 

Lies! Richter 

Mario Rodriguez 

Cliristinna Splinter 

Brenna Sw ift 

Charlcs-Phillipe Truchon Fehler 

Kelsey Wilcox 



Subject Prizes in the Third Year 

The Marion Garland Prize For English 

The Gareth Jones Prize for Mathematics 

The French Prize Immersion 

Core 

The Spanish Prize 

The Music Prize 

The Drama Prize 

The Dr. Forrest Prize in Art 

The Hugel Prize in Geography 
(Natural Disasters) 
(Civilizations in History) 

The Armour Memorial Prize for 
Information Science 

The Physics Prize 

The Chemistry Prize 

The Biology Prize 

The Astronomy Prize 

The Ingles Prize in Classics 



Catherine Brow n 
Gregory Young 
Joude Badra 
Simon Reis 
Charlene Park 
Jason Lee 
Simon Reis 
Brie McKenzie 

Brie McKenzie 
Malcom Cecil-Cockwell 
Andrew Dickson 

Kelsey Wilcox 
Kelsey W^ilcox 
Brie McKenzie 
Oliver Gale 
Brie McKenzie 



Fine Arts Awards 



The Barbara Erskine Hayes Prize for 

Debating 
The Speaker's (iavel - 

given by Mrs. .1. Ir\ ing Law son 
The Gavin Ince Langmuir Memorial Prizes for Writing 



Ian Matliieson 
Sarah Warren 



Prose 

Poetry 
The Headmaster's .\rt Purchase Award 
Class of '.S9 .\w ard 
The Tony Prower Choral .\ward 



Jean-Marc Prevost 
Ix-ila Raphael 
Desmond Cluing 
.Mara Berzins 
Britta Towie 
Patrick Hoy 
Dan Schell 



The Music Director's .Award 

(The Jones Award) 
The Stevenson .Aw ard for Best .\ctor Megan Dersnah 

The Butterfield Trojihy and Prize Sarah Warren 

for Outstanding Contribution to Dramatics 
The 1970 Trophy for Outstanding Sarah Warren 

Contribution to the .\rts 
The Lutra Sarah Warren 

Athletic x\wards 

The Paterson Trophy (Outstanding Athletes in FY) 

Caitlin Conyers 
Sam Martin 
Marissa Rebane 

The EG. Osier Cup (Outstanding Athletes in Yi>) 

Julia Bakker 
Ryan McCurdy 
Peter Gillespie 

The R.C.N. Wright Trophy (Outstanding Athletes in \'3) 

Dan Moulton 
Brett Murray 
Brenna Swift 
Kelsey Wilcox 
Samantha Widmer 
John Morrison 
Eraser Pollard 
Jesse Wootton 
Andrew Tirelli 
Diana Newman 
Kristin Anderson 
Matthew Trott 
E\an Crocker 
Samantha Currie 
Kristin .Anderson 
Nick Brennan 



The Andrew Westlake Tro[ihy 

The de Pencier Cup for Efliirt, Spirit, 

and .Achievement in Sports 
The Ingles Trophy for Keenness in 

Athletics 

The Jack .Maynard Trophy for 
Leadership in Athletics 

The Brian "Toby" Kent Memorial 
.Awartl 

The Grand Challenge Trophy 



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Service Awards 

Peer Counsellors' Gifts 
Greg Banik 
Casey Bannerman 
Jason Carfagnini 
Jasmine Charters 
Charlie Doyle 
Jennifer Flindall 



John Craig McEachnie 
John Morrison 
Susie Petro 
Leila Raphael 
Lucy Sands 
Candice Shaw- 
Katie Simpson 



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Hoe Ciarciii 
Sjo;i' Kavaiuk'r 
lIcatliiT Kc-lly 
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Maliliiw Trott 
Kiiima Walker' 
Samaiitlia WkImut 
Simon Yalkt'/iaii 
Caspir \\h' 



I cmilola Sohowali' 


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Alexander Nuttall 


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Diana Newman 


Oirhard 


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Siott 


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Wriglit 




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Kditor of Till- Record 
riie v.. Boyd Heaven Lii)rary Awaiil 
l"he Marion Osier Awanl t()r Head 

Saeristan 
riie Arclil)islio|) of Toronto Pri/.e 
Pat Moss Society Award 
rill' Clinton Sayers 'so Coniniiinity 

Ser\ ice Award 
riie Gavin Ince Langimiir Menuirial 

Trophy 

The Centennial Prizes tor Etfort and Progress 
Uobyn Brophy Zara McAlister 

lasmin Charters Raehael MeConney 

Meredith Hanibroek Thomas Row 

Meg Herod So Heiii Shin 

Headmaster's Awards for Academic Distinction in 
the Fourth Year 

Kristin Anderson Candice Shaw 

Megan Dersnali Temilola Sobowale 

Jason Leung Sarah Warren 

Fraser Pollard Jennifer Williams 
Mvriain Sa\aria 



Subject Prizes in the Fourth Year 

The D'Arey Martin Prize in English 
The Hugh Ste\enson French Prize 

The Charles Tottenham French Prize 
The Spanish Prize 
I The J. D. Ketchuni Music Prize 
The A. M. Campbell Kconomics Prize 
The Wally Hobbs Prize tor Law 
The Jack White Politics Prize 

The Dr. Forrest Prize in Art 

The Drama Prize 

The Founder's Prize for Physics 
The Peter H. Lewis Medal for Chemistry 
The Don McCord Prize in Classics 

The Classical Civilisation Prize 

The Philosophy Prize 

The Biology Prize 
file P^arth and Space Science Prize 
The Health and Physical Kducalion 

Prize 
rile Hugel Prize in CJeography 

Human Patterns 

World Lssues 
Ihe John T. Band Prize for Motlern 

Western Civilizations 
The Kigby History Prize 



Temilola Sobowale 
Charles-Philippe 
Truchon-Fehler 
Justine Frostad 
Mario Rodriguez 
Ian Mathieson 
Kevin Chan 
Temilola Sobowale 
Brenna Swift 
Lily Chan 
Sarah Warren 
Jason Leung 
Jason Leung 
Alii Maclsaac 
Karen Frackowiak 
Megan Dersnah 
Sarah Warren 
Jason Leung 
Olixer Gale 
Sage Ka\ander 



Saniantha Widmcr 
Raehael Buehwald 
Patrick Hoy 

Temilola Sobow ale 
J J DeSilva 



Tlu' Port Hope District IbalthCare 

Foundation Prize 
riie Milk'nniimi Scholarship 

Student Leadership CJifts 

The I leads and Assistant I leads ot 1 louse Ciifts 



Sage Kavander 
Kristin Anderson 



The Prefects' Gifts 
Mara Berzins 
Megan Dersnah 
Ian Mathieson 



Ak'X Conyers & Paul Dixon 

Nick Brennan & Matt Cientles 

Jesse Wootton & John Morrison 

Melanie Clarke & Robyn Dickinson 

Andrew Tirelli & Ciraham Biggar 

Samantha Currie & Sarah Warren 

Dylan Johnston iv Matthew CJarton 

Laura Trim & Whitney Fraser 

Britta Towle & Sophie Thomas 

(Co-heads) Jessica Dodd & Temilola Sobow ali' 



Fraser Piillanl 
Kristin Anderson 
Roderick Purzner 



Prizes for Outstanding Contribution to School Life 

V\ The Hamilton Bronze Medal Anna Frackowiak 

Y'i The 19 K'. Challenge Trophy Julia Bakker 

A\ inash Tri\edi 
Y.'i The Langmiiir Challenge Tr()|)liy Justine Frostad 



Major Awards 

The Ann and Bill Deluce Prize 
The Trinidad-Tobago Spirit of the 

Caribbean Cup 
The Andrew Westlake Memorial 

Scholarship 
The Angus and Lorna Scott Awards 

The Mer\ Anthony Award 

The Go%ernors' Medal for English 

The Jubilei' Exhibition Awru'd f()r 

Mathematics 
The Bermuda Cup for Scholarship 
The Goxcrnor-General's Metlal and 

The Chancellor's Prize for Schol 
The Rodger Wright Medal 
The Jim McMullen Memorial Ti'o]')h\- 
The Bronze Medal 



Kristi Aboud 
Leila Raphael 
Sophie Thomas 
Katie Simpson 

Candice Shaw 
Jennifer Williams 
Susie Petro 
Jennifer Williams 
Jason Leung 

Megan Dersnah 
Jason Leung 
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Sarah Warren 
Ian Mathieson 
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John Becker 

1 5 .A Schubertslrasse 

Wupjienal 42289 (iennany 

Oil 49 202 2701257 

David Beri! 

516 Blenheim Crescent 

Oakiille ON L6J 6P.5 

905 .>.18 272.1 

Mara Berlins 

4207 Ctmcevsion Ro;id 5 

R.R.Jl.OronoONLOB IMO 

905 786 2887 

Ryan Bethel 

M) Hajiipshiiv Street 

Cable Beach CB 11370 

Nassau. Bahamas 

242 .127 75.55 

Rishi Bharf>ava 

1 2 Sunny Rose Court 

Whitby ON I.IR 1V8 

<X)5 666 80.18 

(iraham Biggar 

Laura Big}:ar 

R R »4. 8 1 16 Daiilonh Road West 

CobourgONK9A4J7 

905 172 7407 

Ardith Birehall 

285 Maple Street 

Coli;ng»o<«i ON 1.9Y 2R.1 

705 445 1621 

John Bird 

6 Sunny Rose Court 

Whitby ONLIR 1V8 

'X15 666 8462 

Sam Bisselt 

I'JOSamac Court 

OshawaONLIG7V9 

905 728 1276 

Thalia Bock 

c/o Saudi Aramco 

PO. Box 11168 

Uhahran .1 1 .1 1 1 . Saudi .Arabia 

011966.18789727 

l.aura Bolton 

'Springbank'. 2 Ord Road 

Warwick WK08, Bermuda 

44 1 216 6466 

Andrew Boos 

59 King Street 

Port Hope ON L1A2R6 

905 885 872 1 

Scott Bosy 

1690 Hwy. #2 

CouniceON I.IF. 2M6 

905 4.16 2(X11 

Erin Botrie 

R.R. «2. 4850 Manley Road 

BcwdleyONKOL lEO 

905 -142 3207 

Sam Bourgeois 

PO Box 26(1. 1(1 King Slrcel West 

Millbnx.k ON UlA IGO 

705912 2453 

Daniel Branch 

•El Kasbah. Golf Club Road 

Christ Church. Barbados. W.l. 

246 415 7020 

Nick Brennan 

69 KIwtKHl Boulevard 

Toronto ON M5N 1G9 

416 486-5497 

Alan Brinsniead 

231 Withrow Avenue 

Tottinto ON M4K 1E3 

416 465-14-19 

James Brogan 

6227 Campbell Road, R R »4 

Port Hope ON LI A 3V8 

905 7.53 2160 

Kobyn Brophy 

1-144 Summerbill Crescent 

OakiilleON L6H 6H3 

905 338 0695 

Alex Brown 

Devin Brown 

21 Hudson Drive 

loronloONM4T2Kl 

416484 9272 

Alexander Brown 

37 Ravine Drive 

Pon Hope ON LI A 4G7 

905 885 9760 



iMtherlne Brown 

l.iiglelield Mouse, GnR-nie Hall 

Christ Church, BartKidos, W.l, 

246 428 6749 

J,D, llniwn 

21 George Stiect 

Oniislovv n yC JOS I KO 

4.50 829 4107 

Taniara Bryant 

1 74 Bcllord Avenue 

Rutherlofd NJ 07070, U.S.A. 

201 939 4(l<)3 

KaehacI Buehwald 

1 18 Kecvvatin Avenue 

Toronto ON M4P 1Z8 

4164814780 

Kali Burnhain 

.19Mcl.cllanDrnc 

CouniceON LIE 1Z9 

905 4.35 0216 

Nic Burton 

200 Front Street West. Suite 24<X1 

loronto ON M5V 3K5 

905 68 1 3208 

Cait Byrne 

Building l*-6 .Apanmcnt 201 

Str.ida F.nergiei C 19 Campus 2 

8625 Ccmavixla, Jud Constanta, 

Romania 

Oil 40 241 2.19 795 

Alex Cahill 

148 Birkdale Road 

Scarborough ON MIP1R5 

416 759 7496 

.Ali Camenin 

152 Amiour Coun 

Cobourg ON K9A 4S6 

905 37-19246 

-Alex Camm 

Will Camm 

46 King Street 

Pon Hope ON LI A 2R5 

905 885 087 1 

George Campbell 

I Buggey Lane 

AjaxONLlS4S7 

905 686 5428 

Steven Campbell 

"Cromanv '. #5 Crada Glen 

Paget PG 03. Bermuda 

44^ 232 5390 

Jan Camus 

Paiacio de Versalles 360, 

Lomas Refonna 

Mexico, DE 11020, Mexico 

on 52 55 5.596-3658 

Marco Carey 

Bluesage Place 

PO. Bos N7776, Lyford Cay 

Nassau. B.lhamas 

242 362 4795 

Jason Carragnini 

94 Pnncess Anne Crescent 

Toronto ON M9A2P9 

416 211 8.163 

Amanda C'aruana 

66(KI Best Road 

Orono ON LOB 1 MO 

')05 983 6426 

Stuart Casgrain 

135 Alexandra Boulevard 

loronto ON M4R 1 M3 

4I6 48:7(U6 

(iareth Cecil-Cockwetl 

Malcolm Cecil-Cockwell 

514 St. Clair Avenue East 

Toronto ON M4T 1P7 

416482 4415 

Mare-Andre Chagnon 

718 Mankind 

OutreMiiont gC H2V 2X6 

514 735 7192 

.Amy Chan 

Hat D. lO'H. Block 10. Villa Athena 

61KI Sai Sha Road. Hong Kong, China 

Oil 852 2633.1290 

Jaime Chan 

4A Lee Hang Coun 

5 Li Kwan Avenue, Tai Hang 

Mong Kong, China 

on 852 2808 2601 

Justin Chan 

RO Bos N.1836, Suite A-007 

Na.ssau. Bahamas 

242 327 2167 

Kevin Chan 

22B Eook Ming Coun 

63 Won Sha Stre-et, Tai Hang 

Hong Kong, China 

Oil 8.52 2576 2979 



Lily Chan 

33A, lavist.K-k II 

Trcgunter l*ath Mid-Levels 

Hong Kong, China 

on 852 2517 4019 

Jessica Chupmun 

1635 Camiel Second Line, R.R, »2 

MillbrookONLOAIUII 

705 939 2169 

Lou Chapman 

106- I 7lh Street 

Apalachicola, II. 32320. U.S.A. 

8.50 651 86(W 

Ja.smin Charters 

35 Rose Glen Road 

Pon Mope ON 1-1 A -1V6 

905 885 4871 

Jordan Chase 

47 Trcmaine Terrace 
Cobourg ON K9A 5A7 
905 372(1114 
Desmond Cheung 

Flat B, 8'F, BIk I. Julimount Garden 

Tai Wai, NT. Hong Kong. China 

on 852 2«13 0310 

Justin Chin-Yon 

4 Ingleside Close, PO. Box 480 

Mandeville, Jamaica, W.l. 

876 962 0012 

Claudia Ching 

10 Peon V Road 

2A Yau 'lat Chuen 

Kovvloon, Mong Kong, China 

Oil 852 2338 0.5.50 

Kandy Chu 

-104- 1 Shin-hyun ri Opo-Eup 

Kvvang-Ju Si 464-890. South Korea 

on 821 1726978^ 

Renelle Chong 

13A NorbriHik Road, lovvnhouse * W 

Kingston, Jamaica, W.L 

8769314188 

Alex Christie 

4 .Aldenon Coun 
Ktobicoke ON M9A 3X8 
416 2.14 5878 
Michael Chu 

16.A Bauhinia Coun 

World-Wide G.ardens 

Shatin. NT. Mong Kong. China 

on 8-52 2608 19.50 

So-Hyun Chun 

208- 1315 Lawrence Avenue East 

Toronto ON M3A 3R3 

on 82 642 126) 

Danny Chung 

Seobing-go, Sin-Dtmga Apt 1 1 - 50 1 

Young-SanGu, Seoul, South Korea 

Oil 822 749.3575 

Miehelte Churchman 

Mike Churchman 

158(1 l.,ikcshore Road 

SamiaONN7X IBS 

519 542 7521 

James Clark 

PO BoxCB 11219 

1 12 Hampshire Street 

Nassau. Bahamas 

242 327 7666 

-Melanie Clarke 

48 TraiivvxKx! Crescent 
Richmond Hill ON I.4E 3L9 
905 7806182 

Amanda Colonneaux 

Cassandra Colonneaux 

PO. Box SS- 19725 

Nassau, New Providence. Bahamas 

242 325 3694 

Alex Conycrs 

Caillin Conycrs 

5 Fairs lands Road 
Pembroke HM06, Beimuda 
44 1 295 8433 

.Alii Conycrs 

Chris Conyers 

12 Tamannd \ale 

Warwick WK()5. Bermuda 

441 2.18 15.10 

Chris Cook 

35 Beech Avenue 

BowmanvilleONLlC-3Al 

905 623 7(X)1 

We-slcy Cook 

15 Stratheden Road 

loronto ON M4N 1 E2 

416 482 0482 

Michael Cooper 

8 Robert Correll Court 

Whitby ()NL1R2N7 

905 576 1414 



Philippe- Cordeau 

1992 Sabaticr Street 

Momre-alQCHlL.5S6 

514 154 8870 

Brendan I'oughlin 

15 Slargell Drive 

Whitbv ON LIN 7X4 

905 668 7233 

Chr,vstlna Cousins 

PO. Box 283, Slation Main 

BowmanvilleONl.lClLI 

'X)5 263 4205 

Evan Crocker 

RR *2 

Albenon PhCOB I BO 

902 851 2692 

Samantha Currie 

18 Comfer Drive 
Etobicokc ON M9C 1X4 
416621 5111 
Kathryn Dagg 

1 1 Cadb) Road 
AjaxONLIS3X6 
905 683 3380 
Rebecca Davidson 
7(v4 Hillside Drive 
Kingston ON K7M5Y7 
613389 6-562 
Thomas Davis 

1 2 Jura Coun 
CouniceON LIE 2E6 
905 435 0577 

l.ueia de Kobina 

Luma Boiiita 182-5 

\ isia Hennosa 

Mexico. DE 05100. Mexico 

on .525 555 70-5292 

Beccy De Silva 

Jonathan De Siha 

4516 I'll Road. R.R. »3 

Port Hope ON LI A 3V7 

905 786 2538 

Sarah DKieer 

19 Fore-sl Glen Road. R.R. «6 
Cobourg ON K9A 4J9 

905 377 8232 

Luke Dehcn 

RO Box 1 4 1. Golden Vale 

Kingstown. St. Vincent, W.l. 

784 457 5161 

Brock Deighton 

13 King Lane 
Hampton ON LOB IJO 
')05 263 2933 
Shannon Dcjong 

.5023 Main Street, RO. Box .592 

Orono ON LOB IMO 

905 983 9422 

.Megan Derinah 

1 1 Gibson Place 

Port Hope ON LI A 4G8 

905 885 .54-14 

Joelle Desjardins 

5706 Mector-Desloges 

.Montre.ilQCHlT.3Z6 

514 252 9689 

Noah Desjardins 

151 BovleRoad, Box86 

Grafton ON KOK 2G0 

905 .149 3429 

Emily Dewshury 

53 Simpson Avenue 

BowmanvilleONLIC3M5 

905 697 9669 

Kobyn Dickinson 

"The Cabin", 1 1 Narrows Ljme 

St Davids DDOl, Bermuda 

441 297 0289 

Andrew Diekson 

R.R. «3. .561 Thomas Road 

ColbomeONKOK ISO 

905 355 5867 

Robby Dillellr 

I I Rov al lent Drive 

RO Bos 1-14 1 39. Frceport. B.lhamas 

242 364 7037 

Paul Dixon 

"Cmmartv *, ff 5 Crada Glen 

Paget PG 03, Bcraiuda 

44I 212 5-190 

Jessica Dodd 

Natasha Dodd 

3121 Theatre Road North 

RR »4 

Cobourg ON K9A 4J7 

905 885 0M5 

Charlie Doyle 

PO BoxMM 1.100 

Hamilton HMFX. Bennuda 

441 295 3636 



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IVlorlxiroiiEh OS KMJ ;TJ 

Ku<iM-ll KdMurds 

75 Mavor Ca-MTcnl 

AjaxON L IS6N7 

g05 4D7 «)h7 

Initin Kl-Kha.shah 

. o S.iudi -\ninK... P.O. Bi.v SI 4: 

llli.ihr.in 1 1 .1 1 1 . Saudi Arahia 

Oil '(N.!S7S4*»4 

Sti'tf Kum 

KiHtinmiieul Apt. 303-1 101 

l*>i>ngchaii-dong **33-7 

IXmgan-Ku. Ahn Yang-Si 

K>i>nggi-do. Soulh Koira 

III! s:3i 4:: n?-) 

Mariu t'abrcgal 

Bonran i Kozpide Sir. Nun 7-9 

A|. (*>». Baivtiona 08034. Spain 

(Ml .1413: >i(U57l 

Daniel FaHcelt 

DdUf: KaMced 

I'd Box 789. Manila 0980. Philippines 

nil 03: 7:i 9.507 

K>an Fishlock 

74 Pine Strccc South 

PonHopcONLIA.'GI 

905 S85 1 7.S4 

Kx an Flak 

1S4 Ski Hill Road. R.R.#: 

Belhan> ON LOA I.W 

-115 :7794.5(> 

Jenn Flindall 

35fi Wallon Slnxl 

Ciibuurg ON K9A 3X3 

905 .'7: 295: 

I.esle* Fong 

4Uilcna>rRi>ad 

l.m.nloONM5P.3B9 

4 111 4S: 4890 

.Miteh Fookwe 

:s BluekmgCrescenl 

Scarborough ON MIC 4M9 

4lfi:84 5056 

Fniil> Foster 

PI) Box HM 8:7 

Haniilion HM CX. Bemmda 

44 1 :.56 3205 

.Vnna Fraekowiak 

Karen Fraekouiak 

4.1.' t aimcnitl Road 

Oak\illeONl.W4Nl 

905 338 53.39 

Whitney Fraser 

PO Box 360. Cobourg ON K9A4K8 

905 376 8388 

Justine Frostad 

107 Daw lish .Venue 

Toronto ON M4N 1H4 

416 484 6784 

Sabby Frye 

55 Lismcr Crescent 

KanataONKiK IA5 

613 592:8:9 

.\manda Fung 

CO Saudi Aiamco. PC Box 785 

Dhahnin 3 1 3 1 1 . Saudi Arabia 

on 966 3 8789182 

.\lc.\ Furber 

I Lakehill Cnsscent 

loromoON MIM IE5 

416 269 4289 

Peter (iadd 

6GlenelgeCoun 

Bo«manvilleONLlC4JI 

9115 623 9516 

Oliver Gale 

45 Graeme Hall Terrace. 

Chnst Church. Bridgetoun. 

Barbados, W.l 

246 428.3091 

Sara Gallagher 

1969 Queen Slreel East 

Saull Sle. Mane ON P6A 2G8 

705 946 2.549 

Tyler Galpin 

102 HarknessDnve 
Whilb) ON L 1 R 2G I 
905 576 5380 

Dee Garcia 

103 Woodland Drive. PO, Box 253 
Sa\ annah. Grand Ca\ man 
Ca\man Islands. B.W.I. 

.145 947 .5482 



Mall Gartun 

955 Riple> Crewcnt 
t)sha»a6NLlK2E7 
905 571 6.543 
Phillip Genesis 
3 1 7 Kockiilgham Court 
Cobourg ON K9A 5W3 
9(15 377 9060 
Jaime Gentles 
Matt Grntlrs 

1 omnieiN PO . 
Ia*lavsn\. Jamaica. W.l. 
876 997 5 1 S4 

Alex GetirBi--Jiihn 

PO Box W69() 

'Indigo'. Crosbies. 

.■\ntigua. W.l. 

26S46I 0826 

Sam Giannone 

303 KdenuiKxl Place 

Waterloo ON N2T 2R5 

519747 1117 

Peter Gillespie 

46 l>in.et Street Eiast 

PonHopeONLIAlE3 

905 885 6743 

Ben Ghtssco 

Willou Hollo*. 2597 Salem Road 

AjaxONLlS4S7 

905 686 2983 

Cristobal Gomez 

PO Box N 266. 

Nassau. Bahamas 

242 363 3561 
Nils Gomez 
Violetas 58. Tabachines 
Cuemavaca. Morelos 624%. 
Mexico 

011525 77 7312 8056 

Gillian Gondosch 

R R «6. 44 Slonendge Road 

Cobouig ON K9A 4J9 

905 373 1313 

Greg Gorman 

1097 Chateau Crescent 

Ottawa ON KIC2C9 

613 830 7934 

Ashley Grand 

1 28 Rochester Avenue 

Toronto ON .M4N I PI 

416 483 7789 

Lisa Gregory 

Rebecca Gregory 

.34 Peel \ illage Pkwy 

Bramplon 0,N L6W IG5 

905 454 4984 

Leila Greicbe 

1902 Rockland Road 

Montreal QC H3P :Y6 

514 7.55 6600 

Phil Grove 

527 Teakwood Drive 

Waterloo ON N2L4L5 

5 19 884 1624/5 19 369 3498 

Alana Gulka 

5378 Hvvy. 45, R.R. »2 

Ballimore ON KOK ICO 

905 372 3877 

Priya Gupta 

243 Waid Street 

Port Hope ON LI A 4A4 
905 885.5619 
.Meredith Hambrock 
247 Dawtish .Avenue 
North York ON V14N IJ2 
416 488 4587 
Taylor Hammett 
74 Aubum Lane 
CouniceONLlE2E9 
905 436 8034 
Chloe Haney 
127 O'Loane Avenue 
Stratford ON N5A6S4 
519 275 3465 
Erin Hawkins 

2 High Point Road 
Toronto ON M3B 2A4 
416 447 5806 

Holly Hauryluk 
1515 Huromario Street 
Mississauga ON L5G 3H7 
905 278 2166 
Erin Hayler 
55 Deblaquiie Street 
Port Hope ON LI A 4K7 
905 885 3185 
Lauren Hearnden 
89 King Street East 
Colbome ON KOK ISO 
905 355 .3526 



Christina Herillanns 

love Beach. West Bav Street 

PO Box SS .5483. Nassau. Bahamas 

242 327 0559 

Matt Herud 

Met: llertHi 

IIIKWiRK »4 

Kosenealh ON KOK 2X0 

905 352 2499 

Cameron Hill 

6 Lett IS Crescent 
Charlollclo«n PE C 1 E I M3 

902 89: (173: 

Jaymie Hudara 

Sarah Hodani 

PO Box '7,6B Kendal R.«id 

Mandevillc, Manchester 

Jamaica. W.l. 

876 962 2875 

.\IIson Holmes 

(;e*i(TR'> Holmes 

Mill Shares. 1 3 Wiiidemiere 

Pembroke HM05. Benuuda 

441 295 2246 

ChrLs Holton 

1975 Sterling Place 

Burlington ON L7P2Y6 

1)05 332 .3499 

Haru Honda 

94-4 Shishigalani 

Nishi-teranomae 

Sak;o-ku. Kyoto 606-8425, Japan 

01181 75 762 2615 

Jess Homtmg 

1 379 Ontario Street 

Cobourg ON K9A4J7 

905 373 4216 

Patrick Hoy 

6: Concession Street West 

BowmaniilleON LIC 1Y5 

905 6:3 i:6J 

Erica Hsu 

5B. Rora Ganlen. Block 3 

7 Chun Fai Road. Jardine's Lixikout 
Hong Kong, China 

Oil 8.5::88l 1777 

BenHur 

1001 - 1 10 dong Woosung Apt 

83 - 3 Poonghodong 

Jinhae Cit). South Korea 

on 8:5 5547 0746 

Chris Hu.xlable 

8 Hdenbrook Hill 
Toronto ON M9 A .3Z6 
416:.34 1484 

Bin Hyun 

Gunvoung 1 Cha 

Apt. 40: ho - 307 D<ing 

Jwa-Dong, Haeundae-Ku 

Pusan-City, Kyung Sang Na-Do 

South Korea 

Oil 8:51 7014.353 

David Hytm 

»40.3. Httasung Apt. 106 dong 

1257 Jisan 2 dong, Soo Sung-Ku 

Tae gu. South Korea 

on 8:5 3784 659: 

Hyun Chac Im 

55 William Street East #606 

Waterloo ON Nil 4Z1 

5i9 747:::8 

Amber ln*in 
1 1 Charles Stieet 
Cobouig ON K9A2T4 
905 .342 3584 
Neil Issar 

60 Orchard Park Drive 
Bowmanville ON LIC 4L2 
905 623 4190 
Mackenzie Jackson 
1 .300 King Street East 
PO, Box 31027 
Osha\vaONLlH8N9 
905 242 0103 
Rahim JaiTer 
.39 Thoroughbred Crescent 
Elobicoke ON M9W 6X5 
416 675 7877 
Jae Jang 
15 -.308 Rex Apt. 
Dongbuichon-Dong 
Yongsan-Ku. Seoul 140-722 
South Korea 
Oil 822.5785:990 
Nadine John 
PO Box 689 
Geoige Town, 
(jrand Cav man 
Cayman Islands, B.W.I, 
345 946 9529 



Sarah Johnson 

876 Darwin Dn%c 

PickenngONLIX2P8 

905 831 5183 

Dylan Juhnstim 

l70Ridge»iiodKoad 

PelertviiiKigh ON K9J IP3 

705 74: 0586 

Nick Johnston 

982 Gratton Coun 

PickenngONLlX2l'2 

905 837 2485 

Graham Jones 

M Elgin Stieel 

BowmaniilleON LIC.5tl 

9<I5 623 7638 

Spencer Jones 

''ranlalus' Bnghtoo Beach 

St Michael, Barbados, W.l. 

246 425 8889 

Seungmin Jung 

D 103. Hana Villa, 

61-1 Bundang-dong, Bundang-ku 

Sungnam, K)ungki-do 463-831 

South Korea 

Oil 823 1702 7812 

Alex Juul 

PO. Box HS 88 

Hamilton Parish HS02. Bemiuda 

44 1 293 0466 

,\irrvd Kam 

25C Hong Kons Garden 

8 Seymour Road 
Hong Kong, China 
on 8.52 2540 7800 
Calvin Kan 

C3, 4'F, Chemiain Heights 

9 Eastbourne Road, Hong Kong, China 
on 852 2.338 8359 

Irene Kang 

253-1201 OKmpicApl, 

Oiyun Dong, Song-Pa Gu, 

Seoul 138-787, South Korea 

on 822 431 1715 

.\njana Kashyap 

1950 Maplendge Drive 

Peterborough ON K9K 2E4 

705 748 0601 

Jesse Kavander 

Sage Kavander 

.54 1 Ashdalc Place 

OakvillcONL6J4Bl 

905 338 8738 

Rob Kay 

R.R. Ill 

NewtonvilleONLOA IJO 

905 983 9611 

.Anthony Kelamis 

CO Saudi Aramco, PO Box 8073 

Dhahran 31311. Saudi .Arabia 

on 966 3 8787613 

Heather Kelly 

1042 Ripley Crescent 

OshawaONLIK2E6 

905.576 8019 

Donovun Kellyman 

PO. Box31 

Georgetown. Grand Cayman 

Cayman Islands. B.W.I. 

.345 947 1059 

Eric Kemp 

4553 Middle Road 

Bowmanville ON LIC 3K2 

905 263 8297 

.\nna Kessaram 

'Trelane', 6 Trinity Church Road 

Hamilton Parish CR03, Bermuda 

441 :93 1689 

Blayne Ketllenell 

: Eair^vas Heights Crescent 

nionihili0NL3TlK2 

905 771 1163 

Pascal Kidd 

1 1 . Road 206. Apt. 1 

Degia, Cairo, Egypt 

Oil :o: 5166.503 

David Kim 

163 Academy Hill Road. R.R. »l 

Grafton ON KOK 2O0 

905 .349 2488 

David Kim 

Samik \ ilia 1 - 306 

Doonchondong 85 - : 

Kangdong-ku. Seoul. South Korea 

on 822-189 3760 

Hae Rang Kim 

«:06-60 1 . Y angji Dacnm Apt. 

Joongkye-dong. Nowon-gu 

Seoul 139-9:3, South Korea 

on 822 9319679 



Min Kim 

#9513. Jisail-dung. Susune (iu 

Daegu. South Korea 

Oil 823 376 8 9195 

Liz King 

9E Woodland Gardens 

62 A-F Conduit Road 

Mid-Levels, Hong Kong. China 

on 852 2894 8079 

Slrfan Kirfcpalrkk 

28 .Anne Street 

MillbrookON U)A lIXl 

705 932 5.Vi(l 

Amanda KnuMk-s 

PO Box N-I8I8. 22v IreasureCose 

Nassau, N.P. Bahamas 

242 3M I .VJO 

Mlsha Kokosova 

Reu»a44 

BralislavaSIl 02. Slovakia 

Oil 421 :5441 .5601 

Dimiiri Kourkoulls 

c/o J & A Building Serv ices Ltd. 

37 Skagway Avenue 

T.>ronloONMIM3N 

905 686 795: 

Tim KraumanLs 

1 1 : Anne Street 

Cobourg ON K9A1 05 

905 373 0007 

Rachelle Krause 

7 Kingsway (iate 

CouniceON LIE lYl 

905 436 7845 

Gerry Kuo 

14 K. Flat A. Caine Mansion 

80 Came Road. Central District 

Hong Kong. China 

on 85::5.59 3566 

Mikaela Kursell 

5 Cawket CtMiit 

Whubv ONL1N6S: 

905 7:3 1441 (aunll 

Duncan Knan 

10 Sunnv Rose Coun 
Whitby ON LIR IV8 
905 430 7016 
Clarence Lam 
Rate, 15 F, Block 1 

Hanlev Villa, 18 Y'au Lai Road 

Tsuen Wan, N.'l'.. Hong Kong, China 

Oil 85::499 7799 

Karen Lam 

Flat 7A, Tower 4. Redhill Peninsula 

18 Pak Pat Shan Road 

Tai Tam, Hong Kong. China 

Oil 85: :573'8675 " 

Michelle Lam 

South Honzon. Block9, Unit H 

3id Roor, .Aberdeen 

Hong Kong. China 

01 1 852 2891 3.502 
Joele Lang 
Kendal Lang 

7100 County Road 18 

Roseneath ON KOK 2X0 

905 >4: .506: 

Mike LaPoinle 

1 - :0 Powell .Avenue 

OttawaONKlS2AI 

613 231 51.34 

Thomas Large 

10 Hodgson Street 

Port Hope ON LI A 4G7 

905 885 6444 

Kent Law 

:F. Rate.:: Fa Po Street 

Y'au Yal Chuen 

Hong Kong. China 

on 8-5: :.59094:3 

Joel Leavilt 

3315 Greenbum Place. R.R »1 

Locust Hill ON LOH IJO, 

905 683 4955 

April Lee 

Samsung Apt. 1006-503 Imaedong 

Bundang Gu, Sung Nam Si 

Kyung Ki Do 463-901. Kon^ 

7.54 761 0333 

Calvin Lee 

7A, Tower :,Hillsille Terrace 

:8 Tin Kwong Road 

Kowkxsn, Hong Kong, China 

on 8-5::3i9:37: 

Ha Ram Lee 

Suite 104, Seoin Villa 
286-4 Y'oubang-Dong 
Yongin City, Kyunggi-Do 
South Korea 
on 823 13-36 4216 



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Nlp70l,»ll Mocfc-Diwg 

>.iiii:chcon-Gu 

SciHil I5S-75S. Suulh Korea 

on 82: 264: 2195 

Janet Ixt 

Patrick I.n 

Sctxholiu Bangbac Dong 840-1 

6th Shmc hill ViUa» 104 

Seoul, South Korea 

01 1 822 3482 0886 
Jason Lev 

Jong Ro Gu. Sogyuk Dong 22-2 

SetMiI. Korea 

Jenny I-ee 

Kathcrinc l.ee 

101 Phillips Road. Apt. 212 

PonHopeONLIA3Z8 

905 885 0718 

JiSoo Lee 

Soo Bin Lee 

1005- 1 SO) Jugong Anenvill Apt. 

Hadacwon-tlong Jungwon-(iu 

Seongnsm-si Gy«>nggi-do 4627 1 1 

South Korea 

Oil 82? 13014456 

Maggie Lee 

Flat A. 24/F. Villa Veneto 

3 Kolewall Road 

Hong Kong. China 

on 852 2.559 7883 

Charmian Leiuig 

Bl<vk2, Hat 18B 

Sceneclilf. 33 Conduit Road 

Mid-Levels. Hong Kong. China 

on 852 25184108 

Ja.son Leung 

Willlalti Leung 

106 Sato Street 

Whitby ONLIR IV8 

905 666 8928 

Eslel Ligatsa 

80 Taman Polonia III 

Medan. North Sumatra 20157 

Indonesia 

on 6261 414 771 

James Ltsler 

12 Beacon Hill. Mangrove Bay 
Sandys M.AO?. Bermuda 

441 2J4 0.'59 

Helena Ma 

Avenida da Praia Grande. No. 693 

Edihcio Tai Wah. 14 Andar. Macau 

on 853 331 188 

Valerie MacBain 

19 Coverdale .\\enue 

Cobourg ON K9A 4H5 

905 373 6269 

Jcnna MacDonell 

MM) Best Road 

OronoONLOB IMO 

905 983 6364 

Biake Macfarlane 

101 WillciKks Street 

Toronto ON M5S IC9 

416961 7182 

Rob Madiregor 

40 Boullon Street 

Newcastle ON LIB IL9 

905 987 .5480 

Alii Maclsaac 

2018 Lynn Heights Drive 

PickcnngONLIX 1N4 

905 831 7914 

Helen Mak 

House 15. 24lh Street 

Hong l.ok Yuen 

Taipo. N.T 

Hong Kong. China 

Oil 8-52 2638-3220 

Gregg Mandeville 

*5 Fran House 

Ventnor Gardens. 

Christ Church 

Barbados. W I 

246 228 7768 

Max Marshall 

145 Cicscenl Road 

Toronto ON M4W I VI 

416 966 1628 



IHrix-ck Martin 
Sam Martin 

l9(ilenFd\thl>nve 

1oroilto()NM4V2V8 

905 891 2642 

Jon Martin 

8 Winners Cirele 

Whitby ON LIN 7B5 

905 576 0657 

KrLsten Ma-stinsek-Pnync 

1011 Klgin Street West. Suite 29 

CoK>urg ON K9A 4J9 

W5 373 1 S(U 

.Andria Malhievm 

Ian Mathieson 

i;:; AbK-y RoaJ 

PickcnngONlLV IV7 

905 420 0747 

Sean MatlhcMs 

1627 Baggins Street 

PickenngONLlX2C9 

905 428 0628 

Mallory Maynard 

137 Front Street. RO. Box 59 

Hastings ON KOLIYO 

905 885 5878/705 696 3715 

Alex Mazar 

7 Preakness Coun 
Whitby ONL1N6W2 
905 576 7690 

/ara Mc.Allster 

1 1 Island \ icw Court 

Port Perry ON L9L 1 R6 

905 9S5 -36-14 

Nick McCartney 

-561 Buffalo Street. PO Box 405 

Banff ABTU, 1A5 

403 762 3173 

Rachael McC'onney 

17-30 Temple Drive 

Winter Park FL 32789. U.S.A. 

407 740 7762 

James McCracken 

John McCracken 

1 30 Anne Street 

Cobourg ON K9 A 1G5 

905 372 8935 

Ryan McCurdy 

3-3 1 College Street 

Cobourg ON K9A 3V3 

905 372 9300 

Maggie McCutcheon 

8 Cornish Road 
Toronto ON M4T 2E2 
416 4S0 9452 
Megan McDonald 
PO. Box N-7776 
Nassau. Bahamas 
242 362 4055 

John Craig .McEachnie 

4 ShervMX^ Ro.id West 

AjaxONLlT2V2 

905 683 .3962 

Jamie McGregor 

20 Scrivener Square. Suite 712 

Toronto ON M4W 3X9 

416 342 9111 

Brie McKenzie 

4555 Fourth Concession Road 

NewtonvilleONLOA IJO 

905 786 2508 

Mike McKenzie 

Shawn McKenzie 

43 Fifewood Crescent 

Whitby ONLIR 1M9 

905 666 8170 

Andrea McLaughlin 

1500 Trowbridge Drive 

OshawaONLIG7R7 

905 723 3635 

Lesley McLelland 

31 Woodhaven Crescent 

Whitby ONLIR IR7 

905 666 3686 

Nick Meek 

849 Royal Orchard Drive 

OshawaON I.IK 2A1 

905 579 4182 

Armando Mendez Sanchez 

Parque del Duque #23 

Mexico. D F 04899. Mexico 

on -52-555 679 7-361 

Daisy Miers 

.54 Poplar Plains Road 

Toronto ON M4V 2M8 

416 964 2010 

Natasha Milligan 

19 Tmo Terrace. Warners 

Chnst Church. Barbados. W 1 

246 437 1035 



Heather Milne 

8601 Halle Road. R.R. f6 

Cobourg ON K9A 4J9 

9(15 372 0921 

Bradley Mitchell 

:2lngliaiiis\.ile 

Pembroke MM lU. HenimJa 

441 292 111 10 

Marcus Mitchell 

5/D. Blixk 1 2. Tak Chee Yuen 

88 Tat Chee Avenue 

KowIiHHi. Hong Kong. China 

on 852 2<i04 2446 

Michelle Mitchell 

PO Box SN 426 

1 IC l-andmark Drive 

Southampton SN B.\. Bermuda 

441 US 0719 

David Mitrrisim 

Putriek Morrison 

27 Mullen Drue 

AjaxON 1.1T2A5 

W15 427 2403 

John Morrison 

9 Ackerman Stre-et 

Picton ON KOK 2 10 

613 476 9674 
Daniel Moulton 

3366 Cornish Hollow Road. R.R. »6 

Cobourg ON K9A 4J9 

905 342 9900 

Sascha Muehlich 

Fichtensir, 17. 

Baldham. Ba\ ana 85598. Germany 

Oil 498106 33321 

Jared MuUane 

.30 Donnell Street 

Cambridge MA 02 1 38- 1 352 

U.S.A. 

617 354 7609 

Ben Munson 

8607 Centre Court 

Largo. FL 33777 

USA 

727-191 6522 

Brett Muraki 

5810 Jamieson Road. R.R. «4 

Port Hope ON LI A. 3 V8 

905 885 2400 

Joeelyn Murphy 

614 Walnut Street West 
Whilbv ONL1N2W8 
905 668 7337 

Brett Murray 

9 Nettles Court 

Whitby ON LIP 1L5 

905 6(56 0606 

Eve Musolino 

222 Park Street 

Schreiber ON POT 2S0 

807 824 2943 

Shasha Nakhai 

No. 8B Chief Daniel Igwe Street 

Nkpogu Village. PO. Box M66 

Port Harcourt. Rivets State. Nigcna 

Oil 2-14 842 38-50 

Diana Newman 

c/o O'Regan Resources 

2250. 330-5 Avenue S. W, 

Calgary .■\BT2P0L4 

403 663 1400 

James Ng 

9 Sham Hon Road. 

Sham Tseng. N.T 

Hong Kong. China 

Oil 852 2.190 28.54 

Tay-Son Nguyen 

7824 Rue Bodinier 

AnjouOCHlK4C5 

514.152 2147 

Edward Norcult 

13 Spring Street. I'O. Box 128 

Castlcton ON KOK 1 MO 

905 .144 7000 

Haley Nowak 

65 1 Pcrcival Court 

OshawaONLlK I M4 

905 720 4809 

Alexander Nuttall 

RO, Box N-7776 

.Nassau. Bahamas 

242 362 6982 

Andrew Oatway 

1 79 Matchedash Street North 

OnlliaONL3V4V3 

705 326 1573 

Carly Ogaki 

.10 Closson Drive 

West Hill ON MIC 3J3 

416 281 8287 



Samuel Oh 

99 PhiMi|>s Road. » 103 Conc<ird Apis 

Pi>n Hope ON 1. 1 A 2J6 

905 885 9519 

Ola OJo 

I'O Box 54923. Falomo Ikoyi 

1 6, 1 Thompson Avenue 

Ikoyi. l^gos. Nigeria 

Oil 234 1 269 1810 

Sum < >uterhridge 

I'll Hos Iti 291 

Paget. Hennuda 

441 541 7729 

Kento Ozaki 

6-3.97 Tamagawa Gakucn 

Machida City 

Tokyo 194-0041. Japan 

on 81 42 721 7327 

Karen Palmer 

PO Box 703. Kingstown 

St Vincent. Wl 

784 458 4143 

Kruti Pandit 

RR. «l.Hw) 2.«4496 

Port Hope ON LI A. 1V5 

905 753 2016 

Byung-Jun i^rk 

Jin Cheon Gun 

Kwang Hae Won-Myun Jcong Am Apt. 

iB-.lOh 

Kwang Hae Won-Li. South Korea 

on 8243 535 8090 

Charlene Park 

58 Huffman Avenue 

Port Hope ON LI A 4K1 

905 885 6527 

Kevin Park 

18 Beaumont Dnvc 
AjaxON LIT 1R8 
905 683 4417 
Graeme Parker 

19 Islay Court 
CourticeONLIE2E7 
905 436 0706 
Charlotte Parris 
Green Gables. White Hall 
St Peter. Barhados. W.I. 
246 422 3292 

Taylor Paterson 

4200 County Road #45. 

R.R #6 

Cobourg ON K9A4J9 

905 377 8672 

Max Paul 

3 Balsdon Cresent 

Whilb> ON LIP 1L5 

905 4-10 7117 

Eric Pelsise-Reggers 

1 1 Schudy Place 

Ne» Rochelle NY 10801. U.S.A. 

914 6-16 4811 

Melchor Perusquia 

Fuente De .Acueducto 55 - 2 

Lomas De Tecamachalco 

Mexico. D.F 5.19.50. Mexico 

on 52 55 5589 2065 

Ben Pesowsky 

22 Sable Crescent 

Whitby ONLIR 1Y5 

905 432 80.54 

Susie Pctro 

4753H Maslwoods Road 

Port Hope ON LI A 3V5 

905 753 22.14 

Adam Petty 

PO Box HM 460 

Hamilton MHBX. Bermuda 

441 293 8221 

David Piccini 

1 23 Ontario Street 

Port Hope ONL1A2V3 

905 885 6012 

Justin Picov 

380 Kingston Road East. R.R. »1 

AjaxON LIS 4S7 

905 686 2670 

Storm Pink 

RO Box 208. 7 Cotton Tree Road 

Mandeville. Manchester 

Jamaica. W.l. 

876 962 2945 

Christie Plaihe 

■Cotswold'. 21 Collector's Hill 

Smith's Parish 1^01. Bermuda 

441 2.368193 

Eraser Pollard 

Lindsay Pollard 

1 33 Henry Street 

Cobourg ON K9A 3Y2 

905 377 0354 



Itriaii I'lHiii 

Irwin PiHin 

33 King s Park Rise. Regalia 3. Il/K. Flat 

C. Ko\\l(H>n. Hong Kong. China 

on 852 213 21.198 

Andrea Poslernack 

3129 Westminster Drive 

Boca Raton FX 3.3496 

USA. 

.561 994 3318 

Jean-Mare Prevost 

7 Umisk. Box .145 

Moosonee ON IWL lYO 

705 3.16 1557 

Roddy Purzner 

PO Box 1570 

Blind River ON POR IBO 

705 849 22.14 

Leila 

Raphael 

Coverdale. Rockly New Road 

Chnst Chuivh 

Barbados. W I. 

246 427 8042 

Jarryd Ray 

105 1 Booth Street 

Cobourg ON K9A 5G5 

905 .173 4106 

Marl'isa Rebane 

1253 Woodland Avenue 

Mississauga ON L5G 2X8 

905 274 8176 

Liam Rees-Spear 

317 Fredenck Avenue 

Peterborough ON K9J 5H4 

705 743 0183 

Genna Reld 

107 Lake Drive East 

Island Grove ON UP .3E9 

905 989 1661 

Simon Reis 

2 1 BKximsgrove Avenue 

Port Hope ON LI A 1X3 

905 342 961 1 

David Richards 

Mary Richards 

6 Foster Creek Court 

Newcastle ON LIB IF.6 

905 987 3131 

LiesI Richter 

PO Box 10407. Airport Post Office 

George Town. Grand Cayman 

Cayman Islands. B.W.I. 

145 946 3360 

David Rietzkc 

82 Roberson Dnve 

AjaxON L1T3Z5 

905 686 0529 

Katelyn Ritchie 

21 Timberiane Court 

CourticcONLlE2Hl 

905 4.14 6784 

Michaela Robbins 

61 Elm .Venue 

Toronto ON M4W 1N6 

416925 1797 

Chris Roticrtson 

913 Kingsley Court 

OshawaONLIK2E7 

905 4.14 7601 

Joey Roliertson 

Po! Box N-8888 

Nassau. Bahamas 

242 324 3046 

Mario Rodriguez 

Sindicato de Salubndad 112- 

Casa 1 Col, Lopez Mateos 

Villa Hennosa. Tabasco 86040 

Mexico 

on 52993 314 29.50 

Jennie Ross 

798 Simcoe Street North 

0shawaONLlG4V8 

905 576 7247 

Kevin Ross 

798 Simcoe Street North 

OshawaON L1G4V8 

905 576 7247 

Matt Rostek 

1 22 Ccx-hranc Street 

Whitby ON LIN 5H8 

905 410 7(U6 

Thomas Row 

I4F No 96 Chung -I Street 

Taosuan City 3.10. Taiwan 

on 886 3.101 1892 

David Rowen 

39 Redmond Drive 

AjaxON LIS 5R8 

905 683 5276 



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AjaxONl.lS5R8 
905 (iK' f21(< 
Veronica KulhcrTord 
8310 Weslmont Iciracc 
Bclh<-sdaMD:08l7 
I'S A 

Hamir Sabnani 

P() Box .<8?. Eari Momcs 

Basseterre. Si Kids 

861 465 824 1 

Greg Samson-Slreckcr 

90.' Cleartield C'rescenl 

KmgsUKiONKTPlZ'* 

61.1 .<S4'J75.* 

Claudia Sanchez 

8440 Danlorth Koad WesI 

RR. f 6 

CobourgONK9A4J9 

905 ^^Z (U75 

MuHIz Sander 

Hcmmerdener Wcg 46 

I>415l6 0revenbroich 

Gcmiany 

Oil 49:181 7.1910 

Christina Sandent 

Mozansu. 66 

49076 Osnabnick 

Gennan> 

on 495 41404720 

l.uex Sands 

Sarah Sands 

P.O. Box CB 13933 

SIcyline Drive 

Nassau. Bahamas 

242 327 8594 

Myriam Savaria 

4811 Pare dc Lolbiniere 

Montreal QC HIM 2E1 

514 257 0116 

Dan Schell 

l300GiffardSlrcel 

Whilbv ON LIN 2S6 

905 668 4513 

Angie Scott 

RO Box 29S 

Savannah. Grand Ca>man 

Cayman Islands. B.W.I. 

345 947 3683 

KristenSee 

.34 Forest Hill Drive. RR. «6 

CobouisONK9A4J9 

905 372 3.301 

Chris Selby 

31.30 Pollard Road 

Newcastle ON LIB 1L9 

905 987 5527 

Dominic Serrao 

'Inch Haven. ' Inch Marlowe 

Chnst Churx-h. Baibados. W.l. 

246 428.1611 

Candice Shaw 

One World Apartment 

16 Xinyuan Nan Lu Apt A905 

Chaoyans District 

Beijing 100027, China 

on 86 10 8453 1140 

Matthew Shechan 

11300 SimcM Street 

Port Pern ON L9L 1B3 

905 985 (1669 

John Shevleo 

Spencer Shevlen 

449 Blylhuood Road 

Toronto ON M4N IA8 

416481 7668 

So Heui Shin 

Apt. 106dong408no. 

On-Chun 2 dong Sam-Jung 

Asan-City. Chung-Nam 

South Korea 

Oil 8241 5419700 

Ben Shirrefr 

35 .Mildenhall Road 

Toronto ON M4N .3G7 

4164884171 

DanSiksay 

618 Athol Street 

Whitby ON LIN 3Z8 

905 666 0026 

Chip Simmonds 

2681 Greenwood Road 

Ajaj(ONLlS4S7 

905 686 6862 

Katie Simpson 

84 Fern Valley Cres 

Richmond HiU t)N L4E 2J4 

905 726 3271 



lun Siuurt 

7tt Mcndervoii Dnxe 

Whitby ON LIN 7Y9 

905 668 1 763 

Anya Smith 

76 Red Gate Koad 

PO Box 30618 SMB 

Seven Mile Beach, (irand Cayman 

Caymanlslands. B W.l 

.US 945 3535 

Je»ica Smith 

Maranda Smith 

454S Monon Road R R »2 

Bewdley OS KOI. lEO 

905 342 2459 

Temilohi Sobowale 

l420WildlarkDrne 

Pelerboixjugh ON K9K 1X6 

705 7.50 1758 

Luke Song 

Phil OB GYN Clinic 

Gutxi bondong .500-27. Gurogu 

Seoul 152-858. South Korea 

Oil 822 852 58.33 

Christinna Splinter 

66 Limendge Dnxe 

Kingston ON K7K 6L9 

613544 9031 

Courtney Stevens 

3337 Concession Road 3, RR. #8 

NewcasUcONLlB 1L9 

905 987 5284 

Lara Stevenson 

1132 Youngs Ford Road 

Gladwyne PA 19035 

USA 

610 658 0294 

Brooke Stewart 

400 Slew an. 12UiLine 

Cavan ON LOA ICO 

705 944 8873 

George Stirrett-Wood 

10.55 Ski Hill Road. RR. »2 

Omemee ON KOL 2W0 

705 799 3249 

Katie Stoneman 

306 Inglewood Drive 

Toronto ON M4T1J5 

416 483 7897 

Guillo Suarez Almazan 

Loma del Parr^ue 158 

Col. Lomas de \ ista Henin>sa 

Mexico. D.F. 05100 

Mexico 

on 52 55 5570 3048 

Nathan Svian 

9 Port Roy al Gardens 

Southampton SNOl 

Bermuda 

441 234 1408 

Hayley Sweet 

164 Bruton Street 

Port Hope ON LI A 1V7 

905 885 5358 

Brenna Swift 

Shannon Swift 

203 Blue Heron Drive 

Oshawa ON LIG 6X7 

905 4349862 

Cam Sylvester 

17535 WiUoughby Road. R R. #2 

Caledon ON LON ICO 

519 927 5023 

Taylor Szucs 

17 Beaverdale Road 

Elobicoke ON M8Y 1H5 

416 255 8,349 

John Tames 

20 Caldwell Street 

Port Hope ON LI A 1A5 

905 885 1441 

JosieTao 

c^o Bumatech Co. Ltd. 

193 Prince Edward Road West 

Room 1511. GC Place. Tower 1 

Hong Kong, China 

on 852 2895 6081 

Sabrina Temier 

Fountain Court 

Apt. *19. Walker's Road 

P.O. Box 31764 SMB 

Grand Cayman 

Cayman Islands, B.W.I. 

345 949 2391 

Sophie Thomas 

'Concord' 

Rockley New Road 

Christ Church 

Barbados. W.I. 

246 427 7537 



Nicky Thompson-Walker 

2368 Keinbrandl Koad 

Ottawa ON K2B 7P5 

613 829 1889 

Jane Than 

22581 Nairn Road 

London ON N6H 5L2 

519 657 3267 

Andrew TIrelli 

II Cynthia Coun 

Whitby ON LIN 8K7 

905 4.30 1 326 

Tahiner Tohme 

2225 Little l.as Flores Dn\e 

TopangaCA 90290 

U.S.A. 

310 455 2142 

Lucas I'opolie 

Nick lopolie 

.3089 looley Road 

CouniceONLlE2K8 

905 576 1335 

Britla Towie 

230 East 73rd Stixwt 

ApL 8G. 

New York NY 10021 

U.S.A. 

845 758 4 1 33 

Monique Tremblay 

21 O'Malley Crescent 

Whitby ON L1R2B6 

905 668 9710 

Laura Trim 

5347 Regional Road 18 

Newtonville ON LOA IJO 

905 786 2403 

.Avinash Trivedi 

I Whitechapel Crescent 

OtlawaONK2J5Al 

613 823 5416 

Carolyn Tropea 

1230 South Branch Road 

R R »2 

Cornwall ON K6H 5R6 

613 938 9263 

Matthex* Trott 

5 Sandy Lane 
Hamilton Parish CR02 
Bermuda 

441 293 1050 

Charles-Philippe Truchon Fehler 

6495.Vlichel-Bouvier 

Montreal QCHIM 1A2 

514 254 8841 

Martin Tsui 

02. 6th Floor Beverly Hill 

6 Broadwood Road 
Hong Kong, China 
Oil 852 2890 8936 
Michelle Tsui 

Flat 8B, Monterey Coun 

47-19 Perkins Road 

Jardine's Lookout 

Hong Kong, China 

on 852 28.38 0669 

Jacob Ibominen 

73 Pnncess Street 

PonHopeONLlA2R2 

905 885 7178 

Fernando Turrent-Fonseca 

2Chipilo«718 

Colonia la Paz 

Puebla, Puebla72l60 

Mexico 

Oil 52 222.350 257 

Evan Tutton 

22 Nettles Court 

Whitby ON LIP I L5 

905 668 5943 

Tamara Ugoiini 

1081 Frei Street 

Cobourg ON K9A 5G5 

905 372 6006 

Chloe van Keeken 

11616 Huston Street 

North Hollywood 

CA9I601 US.V 

818506 0483 

Kayla Vermeulen 

41 SydelCoun 

Bowmanville ON LIC 4N5 

905 623 5450 

Whitney WakeSeld 

78 Fallis Line West 

MiUbrook ON LOA IGO 

705 932 2605 

Andrew Walker 

118 King Street East 

Cobourg ON K9A1L3 

905 372 7865 



Knima Walker 

4160(ouiity Kuad2,RR (I 

Port Hope ON LIA3V5 

905 753 2599 

Korey Walker 

402 .Applcgtove Avenue 

Pelerbomugh ON K9H 517 

705 742 5800 

Mike Wall 

639 Breezy Dnve 

PickenngbNLlW2X4 

905 420 9282 

Ray Ward 

4 1'hickent Gardens 

St lllilip. Barbados. W I 

246 423 6008 

Sarah Warren 

R R »8. Owen Sound ON N4K 5W4 

519.371 .3617 

Shae Warren 

'Wyndovcr'. Retreat Hill 

S Peter. Barbados, W.I 

246 422 2189 

Scoll Watson 

5460 6th Line. RR»4 

Port Hope ON 1.1 A 3V8 

905 753 2781 

Brendon Walts 

24 Island \ lew Court 

PortPem ONL9L1R6 

905 8-39 4644 

Caleigh Webb 

54 Thombury Street 

CourticcONLlE2G2 

905 4.35 0312 

Tom Weiss 

75 Pnaut Dnve 

Bowmanville ON LIC 4C7 

905 623 26.30 

Cliff Whetung 

521 George Street North 

FO Box 29 

Peterborough ON K9J 6Y5 

905 885 5.549 

Samantha Widmer 

PO. Box 31007 

Seven Mile Beach. Grand Cayman 

Cayman Islands. B.W.I. 

345 945 4824 

Emily Wilcox 

Kelsey Wilcox 

P.O. Box ■^04 

Eganville ON KOJ 1T0 

613 625 2789 

Meaghan Wilcox 

3 1 5 Lakev levv Coun 

Cobourg ON K9A 5C4 

905 372 6063 

Jennifer Williams 

CO Sally W'iiliams 

21.38 Oxfonl Street 

RockfonllL 61 103. U.S.A. 

815 962 3967 

Andrew Wilson 

128 Keewatin Dnve 

Grafton ON KOK 200 

905 349 .3976 

Tomasz Wojtas 

61 Young Street 

Port Hope ON LIA 1M5 

905 767 4668 

CUrissa Wong 

Natalie Wong 

2 1 D Block 5 Grand View Gardens 

185 Hammer Hill Road 

Diamond Hill. Kowloon 

Hong Kong. China 

011852 2877 9212 



Hrflry Wong 

Flat B. 2 F. Block 3 

Grand Pacific Views, Palllial Coau 

TMTl. 400 T«i Urn Chung 

Tuen Mull. N 1 

Mon^' Koiij;. China 

on 852 28i.<. 8979 

Ijiuren Wong 

West Bay Street 

Love Beach 

Nassau N-170. Bahamas 

242 327 2264 

TJ. Wood 

Ridgewxvod Farm 

3520Grandview Street North 

RR »5 

OshawaONLlH8L7 

905 655 3169 

Andrew Woodward 

28 Scnven Boulevard 

Port Hope ON 11A3R2 

905 885 6718 

Jesse Wootton 

Box 700. 219 Mam Street 

ShawvilleOCJ0X2Y0 

819 647 2574 

Jordan Worek 

90 Irxxjuois Avenue 

OshawaONLlG3X3 

905 721 2583 

Simon Y'alkezian 

Sophie Yalkezian 

394 Walton Street 

Cobourg ON K9A 3X3 

905 373 4591 

Scott Vang 

32 4. 5 1 1 Daechi-dong 

Mido Apt » 102-802 

Kangnam-gu. Seoul 

South Korea 

Oil 822 3452 6848 

Ryan Veom 

222- 1845 Baseline Road 

Nepean ON K2C 3K4 

613 274 3875 

Greg Young 

59.59 Garrard Riiad 

Whitby ON LI. M 1W7 
905 655 4962 
Tony Yu 

Ju Kong Apt 410-805 

Byulyang dong 

Kwacheon City. Kyung Ki 

427-040. South Korea 

01 1 822 502 1287 

Caspar Vue 

8 Morrison Crescent 

Lnionville ON L3R9M3 

905 474 9786 

Xiao Vue 

Apl.4-7-7 No 89 Capitol Airport Kd. 

Beijing 101300. China 

on 86 10457 0168 

Kirk Zadan 

37 Hong Lok Road West 

Hong Lok Yuen 

Tai Po. Hong Kong. China 

Oil 8.52 2651 8466 

Zack Zeiler 

Zoe Zeiler 

Box 25. RR. »2 

50*3 Halstead Beach Riad 

BewdleyONKOLlEO 

905 342 33.36 

Andrew Zwarych 

1 7 Ravenscroft Road 

AjaxONLlTlV7 

905427 0682 



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Dauii l.ivalvN. SpiiliTS run r.iiiii)aiu .m.l tliiTi-'s a imisty .snii-ll in ili< air. An old liie|>hKe hulcN mnisecl in a lornir. IIr- Mi-ndi 
iVoni till' Inuhrooin is ovi-rwlulniing. I'aint is pedinj; and hot cluKolate stains the- larpet undtrncatii a desi<. Then you see 
it: tlie secret passageway to Osier 1 lall, state of the art entertainment system complete uiili mini liar, and an endliss supply 
ol" Hen i^ Jerry's ice cream are at yi'm" disposal. What is this place-:' None other than the i{. ( okI Koom. Don't heliive us; come 
and see tor yourselt"...it' you can find it. We'll gi\c you a clue: you ha\e to go through the I Irmlnuisu-r's office. To those of you 
reading thi.s. you ohviously know that this is the best page in The Reion/ because It's all ai>oiu ns. Normally, this is the page lliat 
all editors look forward to writing so that they can moan and complain about how hard tins job is. Well, not us. We're different. 
We don't regret doing 77(c Ihronl. In fact, you could say... we had tun. What else ct)uld yon work tor three hours on and only 
succeed in picking a font:^ What el.se could you use as an excuse to get a new laptop? It i.s true that we arc still lu re tliiv< w, < ks 
after Speech Day but in those three weeks we have: 

- "worked" on 77/,- /fcon/ from 7:^0 am uiuil s pm (that's almost 1.3 hours, tor those of you who can't count) 

- listened to endless amounts of Kanye West (good musu says Tem), Dilated Peoples (bad music says Tern), and Da\ id Ciray 
(really bad music says Tem) 

- eaten insane amounts from Tim I lortoiis... resulting in a garbage dump forming outside of the door 

- been complimented many times on our incredibly fashionable /fcco/v/t-shirts which we model below; untbrtunately because it 
is black and white you are unable to see the shocking pink colour... 

- realized that Osier food gets e\en better when all the students lea\e and it's just the Faculty 

- dro\ e golf carts around the School using .hinior School students as an obstacle course 

- explored the whole school.. .including the 1th floor of the Old Classroom Block, yes you luartl us the fouith 

- found the meeting jjlace of the "Secret Society" and made our mark there... 

- realized that people who don't hand in write-ups ha\e no business being at the school and that .\lex Mazar has truly 
|X'rfected procrastination. He wins the prize for the latest submission of a grad quote. 

The list goes on. Needless to say, we've had more fun these past few weeks than you probably did. We must gi\e thanks w lure 
it is due; so to all those people who fed us, ga\e us rides (esp. the Sobowales), and entertained us: 

- Sam W.:thanks for all the help throughout the year! '* 

- Ian: thanks tor tlu' rides in Maxine, the ice cream and helping us out 

- IT Dei>artment (esp. Mr. Dunlop iv .lames Bainton): a HUGH thank you foi- dealing with our incessant phone calls due to our 
incompetence when it comes to computers 

- Mr. Elsley: thanks for the numerous rides to sihool \ery early in the morning and the Freiicli \'anilla cappuccinos.. .although 
you did start talking about the O.C ob.sessively for a while . ^m 

- Mr Kobert: as always, thanks for the cookies ^* 

- Mr. Haines: thanks for your patience but we're sure we set a new Record (excuse the pun) 

- Mr. Grandfleld: people are scared of you and we don't know why.. .thanks for all your help and for putting uj) w ith our 
mindless chatter after we spent too long in the Record Room. Thanks for your patience, considering you only got a page from 
us to critique in mid May. We couldn't have asked tor a better or more entertaining faculty adviser. 

Meaghan and Becca we entrust this job to you. We know that you'll do an amazing job. Don't worry— \^c don't expect you to 
come near our standards, but you can try. We hope you like the yearbook this year, we tried to put more pictures and more 
l^eople in it. ..if vou don't like it. well we tried our best so we don't care! 
Teddv vou mav have won this one but there's always next vear... right? 

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