More than 2000 alumnae make up the worldwide community of proud Trafalgar graduates. While diverse, they share a love for their school, a commitment to its future, and a strong connection to other Traf women.

The Trafalgar Old Girls’ Association (TOGA) helps to keep the school-alumnae connection strong and vital. It's mission is to:

  • Foster a spirit of loyalty and community among the graduates and former students of Trafalgar School for Girls

  • Bring about a united and concentrated action in promoting the welfare of the School

A Message from TOGA's Co-Presidents

Our years at Trafalgar have provided us with many shared memories; writing the Donald House play together during our graduating year in 1996 stands out for both of us!

Today, we find ourselves working together again to help the TOGA community stay connected and active, throughout COVID-19 and as engaged participants in the CoLab partnership with McGill's Faculty of Education, and the move to campus that lies ahead.

We both consider it a privilege to be TOGA Co-Presidents through these changing times. Our goal is for all of us to re-connect, both at home and abroad. Trafalgar alumnae live in many different countries and work in various fields. What all of us have in common is the strong education that we received during our years at Trafalgar School for Girls. Friends, classmates, teachers and events all contribute to the individual stories that each of us tells today.

TOGA remains committed to documenting both the history of the school and its previous students as well.  This is where you come in. Stay in touch and don’t miss out on all the planned activities that will be taking place.

We want to hear from you; please update your contact information and tag your friends. As TOGA’s membership continues to grow so will our presence and our ability to be effective.  If you would like to volunteer, or have any ideas to share, please send us an email at

-Caroline Blakely & Meghann Cundall, Class of 1996

School News Highlights

List of 3 news stories.


    A fully engaged audience of students, faculty, staff, and TOGA leaders had the pleasure of watching the school’s 40th Trafalgar-Ross speaker in person on October 22nd, while other alumnae and community members joined the event online.

    This year’s speaker, Kassandra Churcher, graduated from Trafalgar in 1995, following what she describes as “the best years of my life, because Traf provided a safe space for growing and learning.” Since graduating, she has been deeply involved in helping other women to “move through the world without fear.”
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    Friday’s gathering provided the perfect opportunity for TOGA Co-Presidents Meghann Cundhall and Caroline Blakely to present (virtually) this year’s Distinguished Alumnae Award to Lori-Ann Senecal, Class of ’81.
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    On Tuesday, October 5th Trafalgar students and staff took part in the Girls for the Cure event, walking to Molson Stadium where they were greeted by fun stations set up by St Mary's Hospital. 
    A huge congratulations and thank you to the Trafalgar Community for fundraising over $16 000 for the event! This week, the Girls for the Cure committee will be presenting top student fundraisers with some great prizes. 
    A big thank you and congratulations to the Girls for the Cure committee (Emily H., Sophie L., Adi F., Maya Z., Dara B., Mya K., Ariela A., Stella A., and Islay M.) led by Activities Prefect Veronica D. for helping to organize events leading up to the event. And thanks to the generous cake-bakers and cake-buyers who contributed to the cause!
    Thanks also to the volunteers from the Parent Community Network for organizing the delicious and delightful Mother-Daughter Celebration that took place at the school following the walk--what a great way to wrap up an amazing day!
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TOGA EXECUTIVE (as of 26 Oct. 2021)


Caroline Blakely ’96,
Meghann Cundall ’96


Marleigh Greaney '82


Lee MacNeil ’12

Board of Governors Reps

Caroline Blakely '96
Meghann Cundall '96
Christina Nacos ’85


Olivia Bruzzese ’13, Andrea Engels ’97, Nicole Frankel ’18, Sophia Heath ’15, Aislinn Mosher '83, Elizabeth Pecoraro '13, Sabrina Sandy ’18

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