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HAVERGAL COLLEGE Toronto Havergal College has been preparing young women to make a difference since 1894. Founded on Anglican values and traditions, the school community gathers with the Chaplain for Morning Prayers three times weekly. A special highlight is our traditional Carol Service held at St. Paul's Anglican Church, the school's original parish. Today Havergal girls develop into extraordinary young women with inquiring minds, global capability and self-awareness. They are encouraged to investigate and explore the world around them while discovering their own unique capabilities. As Old Girls, they will join our proud continuum of 8,000 alumnae who are networked to each other and the world. To learn more about the Havergal difference, visit or contact the Admission Office at (416) 482.4724 or

TRINITY COLLEGE SCHOOL, Port Hope Established in 1865, TCS is one of Canada's oldest and most respected educational institutions. The School places a balanced emphasis on academics, service learning, athletics and the arts--as both a long-held TCS tradition and a rethought, reinvigorated approach to 21st century education. TCS, a caring and supportive educational community, exists to prepare young men and women to thrive in university and beyond. This community values developing habits of the heart and mind and continues the tradition of beginning each day with a chapel service before heading off to classes. Our supportive and close-knit community of students, parents, alumni, staff and friends make the School on the Hill a truly special place. To set up a visit or obtain more information, please contact the Admissions Office at (905) 885-3209 or Email: Website:

THE CENTRE FOR CHRISTIAN STUDIES is a national theological school of the Anglican and United Churches offering community based education. CCS offers two-week Leadership Development Modules, and year-long certificate programs in Pastoral Care, Education and Social Justice Ministry, preparing people for lay, diaconal and related ministries. CCS is committed to a theology of justice and to contextual education. Students at CCS learn through integration of experience and academics, intentional community building and personal growth and transformation. For more information about the Centre for Christian Studies please visit our website at or call us at (204) 783-4490.


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