Join the Club!

At Trafalgar, “co-curriculars” aren’t just an add-on, after-thought, or luxury: they are considered an integral part of our program. Participation in clubs, teams, and committees is one of the core tenets of Traf’s vision for individual growth.

List of 17 items.

  • Art Club

    Art club is an activity that is open to everyone! Students are welcome to come to the art room, use the materials & tools, and do their own creative work. There is no need to audition, try out, or sign up.
  • Battle of the Books

    Calling all bookworms! Join this team and compete against local schools in a heated clash that will test your knowledge about today’s most-loved young adult page-turners. Bragging rights for the winner.
  • Choir

    Show off your pipes as a member of our choir. Every week, Traf’s collective of vocalists meets to bring a capella versions of pop, folk, classical, and gospel tunes to life. Two large performances take place every year, along with lots of smaller opportunities in between!
  • Debating Team

    The debating team is a beacon for those who want to share their big ideas. Twice a week, junior- and senior-level orators come together to volley opinions, become prolific public speakers, and eventually participate in tournaments both locally and abroad.
  • Earth Club

    Mother Earth extends her thanks to the earth club! This co-curricular has spearheaded the school’s compost initiative, clothing swaps, litterless lunches, sustainable consumption workshops, outdoor cleanup initiatives, and many more efforts that support an eco-friendly lifestyle.
  • Girls for the Cure

    Girls for the Cure brings together over 2,000 students from Montreal girls’ school to walk to Molson Stadium at McGill, raising awareness and funds for women-related cancers. 
  • Junior Play

    Every year Junior girls (Grades 7 & 8) have the opportunity to be in a production that they perform for the school and the public in the late Fall.

  • Model UN

    For those with a knack for debate and a penchant for world events, Model UN welcomes you! Our team participates in local conferences as well as meet-ups abroad, going head to head with high school, CEGEP, and university students. The choice is yours: forums include world events, historical happenings, and topics based on popular lit.
  • Senior Band

    The Senior Band is comprised of all students in Music III, IV, and V. This ensemble meets weekly both during forum time and after school, rehearsing a variety of fun and challenging repertoire to be performed at school concerts and events, as well as competitions and festivals. Every second year, Senior Band members participate in a music trip. Past trips have included New York City, Boston, Halifax, and Orlando. 
  • Senior Play

    The extended Trafalgar community looks forward to the production of the annual Senior Play, which takes place in the Spring. Previous shows have included Annie, Anne of Green Gables, Matilda, Grease, Peter/Wendy and many others!! 
  • Sisters for Sisters

    Sisters for Sisters unites Trafalgar with the SEGA girls’ school in Tanzania, facilitating a cultural exchange between two entirely different worlds. This club hosts all kinds of fundraisers – from bake sales to toothbrush drives – to make sure that our friends at SEGA are ready for success with school supplies and other essential items.
  • The Outers Club

    Hear that? It’s the great outdoors calling. The Outers Club hosts exciting excursions including canoe camping, kayaking, and winter camping (don’t forget your tuque). Snow bunnies can also join the ski club for downhill and cross-country enthusiasts as well as snowboarders.
  • Trafalgar's Young Girls' Association (TYGA)

    As a precurser to the Trafalgar Old Girls Association (TOGA) that all students join after graduation, students are invited to join the Trafalgar Young Girls Association. They will have a chance to meet and interview inspirational Old Girls who will share stories about their careers and talk about what Traf was like in their day. 
  • World Scholars

  • World School

    Students may apply in grade 10. If you are selected to be one of the three delegates that represent Canada and Trafalgar at the International World School Forum, the following year you will travel to one of the 23 countries that are part of the World School International Community!
  • Yearbook

    Creative minds can make a splash on paper as a part of the yearbook committee. Whether as a writer, editor, photographer, or supervisor, each member of the Echoes crew adds a little bit of magic,making memories that last a lifetime.


More than two-thirds of our students play on one or more of our many Traf teams!
Our teams compete as part of the Greater Montreal Athletic Association, a sports league that spans multiple school boards and all English private schools on the island.
Our coaches focus on promoting healthy attitudes towards sportsmanship, teamwork, and learning from both triumphs and losses – a philosophy that has seen us bring home the prestigious Sportsmanship banner more times than any other member school.
For the more casual athlete, the gym is open for intramural matches, inter-house challenges, and friendly student-versus-staff competition.

Trafalgar School for Girls

3495 Simpson Street
Montreal, Quebec
H3G 2J7
Our diverse school community challenges and inspires girls to embrace learning, be confident, and shape a better world.