• Your community school...

    Your community school...

    ...where students can learn, lead and achieve success in a positive, safe, and supportive environment. Effective partnerships with parents and our community create a shared commitment to support students in all program pathways.
  • Academics, Arts and Athletics

    Academics, Arts and Athletics

    The diversity of our programs offers all students many opportunities to learn and prepare for the future. Along with the more traditional courses, we also offer courses such as Catering, Music Theatre, Aesthetics, Outer LImits, the Business of Hockey, Communications Technology and E-learning. Our Regional Programs support all types of learners.
  • Our Graduates...

    Our Graduates...

    ...think critically, are responsible global citizens, have 21st century learning skills, work with character and tolerance, and model inclusivity.
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  • 2019-2020 Report Cards

    2019-2020 final report cards will be available for students and parents to access online.  If you have attempted to view the report card prior to June 26th, you will need to clear the cache of your web-browser.

    Instructions on how to access report cards

    1. Click on the connectEd for Students image

     

    connectEd for Students

     

    2. Login with your student username and login. This username and password sequence is the same one that the student uses when at school to access the school WIFI network or when using a school computer/laptop. The username will look something like this:  AB123CD If you are unsure of the password, try using the child’s birthdate in the format yyyymmdd  (e.g. 20061225)

     

    If the password does not work, please contact your classroom teacher or school principal and they can easily reset the password for you.

     
    3. Once logged in, click on the Personal menu option on the top menu bar and slide down to the Multimedia option. Then, click on the link to the provincial report card PDF
     
    If you have more than one student in the school, you will need to log in to each individual account to access each report card. 
     
    Accessing report cards

     

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  • Registration 7-12

    Looking to Register at THS for Grades 7 to 12?

    Follow this link (you will need to create an account in your first visit)

    THS Registration Link for 2020-2021

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2014-2015 Article Archive

Prom Project 2015

Prom ProjectThank you so much to our community supporters who donated many items making our Prom Project a huge success!  Students walked away with shirts, ties, complete suits, socks, suspenders, dresses, make-up, jewellery, clutches and more!  THS students will be well decked out for prom and graduation.  This inclUSive event is appreciated by all.  

For more pictures, go to our Galleries.  

Inside Ride - A GREAT Success!

Ride

Our first annual Inside Ride event was a hit.  We had 8 teams and managed to raise over $2700!!  All teams showed tremendous spirit from start to finish.  Medals were awarded to:

1.  Highest Mileage - Team Razor (captain Kyle Taylor)

2.  Best Spirit - Team Kickin it with Katie (captain Erin Young-Lowe)

3.  Best Costume - Team The Unstoppables (captain Hailey Levick)

4.  Top Fundraisers - Team Sweat for Survival (captain Johanna deWitt)

5.  Top Male Fundraiser - Christian Anderson (pictured here with event organizers)

6.  Top Female Fundraiser - Destyni Parsonson (pictured here with event organizers)

 

It was a party atmosphere and, hopefully, other students will want to participate in the next Inside Ride. Special thanks to Mrs. Launderville's period 1 class for preparing the snacks, Mrs. Nickerson for buying the water, Ms. Penson and Ms. Reynolds for two great posters, and everyone who donated and supported the event.

 

You can still donate online at www.trentonhs.theinsideride.com until the end of the school year.  For more pictures, see our Galleries.

Anti-Hate/Pink Shirt Day

Pink Shirt

Wednesday, April 8th was Anti-Hate / Pink Shirt Day in the Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board.  Pictured above are some of the hundreds of Trenton High School students who wore pink to school to show their support.

Pink Shirt Day originated in 2007 when two students in Nova Scotia stood up to bullies who were picking on a grade 9 boy for wearing a pink shirt to school.  David Shepherd and Travis Price were in grade 12 when they started the largest anti-bullying movement in the world.  Last November, Trenton High School was lucky enough to have Travis Price speak to the student body about his experiences and how to be proactive in the fight against bullying.

THS Social Justice Committee started organizing Pink Shirt Day for the Hastings Board in 2009.  In its first year, just 80 shirts were sold, all at THS.  Now, all eight of the secondary schools, and many of the elementary schools in the board, are involved.   Approximately 3500 shirts were sold this year.  The movement has grown exponentially, with the hope that it continues to do so for years to come!

Soup's On

Soup's OnThank you to the Trenton community for supporting our Soup's On fundraiser in support of the Trenton Food Bank and THS Food for Learning.  We enjoyed a choice of five delicious soups and each took home a ceramic bowl made by THS students and staff.  Spring was definitely in the air on this festive evening.  A total of $728 was raised.  

For more pictures of the evening, go to our Galleries.

Inside Ride

Inside RideJoin us on April 9 as Student Council fundraises to support Pediatric Cancer Care.  Students can register online in teams of six at TrentonHS.theinsideride.com.  Each team has a goal of $300.  Donations can be made online, through the main office at the school or through participants.  The ride officially begins at 11:00 and ends at noon.  Please support this worthy cause and come on out to watch the action!  Students interested in participating can speak with Ms. deMelo.  

Perfect Attendance in March

Perfect Attendance MarchCongratulations to Brittany, Rachel, Tram and Matt for winning a Bentley's Pizza for Perfect Attendance in March.  Click here to see the complete list of all students who had perfect attendance this March.  

Attendance counts at THS!