What are your passions?
The clubs at Toronto Prep appeal to a variety of interests and abilities. Clubs are one way for a student to extend their learning beyond the regular school day. These clubs also serve as social mixers and allow students to meet others with similar interests. It is hoped that each student can find an outlet for expression in one or more of these organizations!
Students can request information regarding specific clubs and organizations by visiting the Main Office or Guidance.
Browse the clubs below for more information, or find a specific club by typing any part of the name of the club you are interested in the search box.
In what has become an annual tradition, TPS hockey stars meet every Wednesday morning at Leaside Gardens to display their considerable skill. The club is open to anyone, regardless of skill level, with hockey equipment, a desire to improve their game. Rumour has it that the Maple Leafs, looking to ...
Reach for the Top is an inter-school quiz programme where students from across the country play off against each other at the league level, provincial level, and finally, the national level. The Provincial and national finals in which these “Schoolreach” teams compete are called “Reach for the Top,” ...
The Investors Club meets weekly to discuss investing strategies, the global economy, and major impacts and influences on the markets. A friendly competition amongst the members is waged through a virtual stock market contest hosted by howthemarketworks.com . Currently there are two contests running ...
The gaming club is a weekly gathering of students interested in board games and computer games. Students challenge each other in games of strategy, like the award winning Settlers of Catan, and try to wrap their minds around perplexing puzzles, like the spacial machinations of Portal. The club is ...
Music club is home to music players and appreciators. It shares a stage, lighting rig, and sound system with the TPS drama department. It is where students and teachers plug-in after school. It is where we engage with each other and our building in a different capacity: as artists. Music club ...
As a member of the Toronto Prep School Debating Society you will refine your persuasive speaking skills – a talent that will benefit other aspects of your life and you will improve your ability to: research, organize information, and make a persuasive argument defend a point with evidence, not ...
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award is a self directed development programme for young Canadians age 14 to 25. The Programme will equip you with life skills to make a difference to yourself, your community and your country. Mental or physical ability or social circumstances should never be a barrier. ...
The Southern Ontario Model United Nations Assembly (SOMA) is North America’s largest Model United Nations run for and by high school students. SOMA’s 39th session will take place from April 27th to 29th, 2011, offering engaging debate on the most pressing issues in international relations today. The ...
The purpose of the Art Club is to promote awareness and participation in the visual arts. Students in the Art Club can develop their skills further than the limited time the classroom allows. The Art Club enables students to pursue a special project that they want to engage in that requires more ...
The TPS Engineering Design Club is an exciting experience for anyone interested in robotics, engineering, technology, website development, computer-aided drawing, machining, and design. It is a wonderful opportunity to see how mathematics, science, and communication skills transform into fully ...
The Photography Club is closely associated with the Yearbook. We take pictures of all kinds of school and student activities. The taking and development of pictures are the everyday pursuits of the photography club. We also have some special events and social activities. We also compete for the ...
TPS Math Club invites all Mathletes to joinThis group meets to establish and discuss solutions to Math problems. Members are encouraged to take part in Math contests. The emphasis is on developing skills, insights and an appreciation for Mathematics. Participation is a good way to prepare for the ...
Chess has survived and thrived for over a thousand years. It’s more popular now than ever. Why? Come see for yourself. At the TPS Chess Club you can not only learn how to play chess, but also gain the proficiency to enjoy the fascination of this ancient game for the rest of your life. What is Chess? ...
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