Bill Taylor with students
HEADMASTER BILL TAYLOR IMPLEMENTS PROJECT-BASED LEARNING INITIATIVE

In the opening of school faculty meeting, Bill Taylor laid out his vision for the Winter Term Projects which debuted this term. He charged the faculty to collaborate with a colleague in another academic department and generate projects of interest related in some way to their classes. By November, the faculty had created 50 proposals. […]

Kevin Emore
KEVIN EMORE ’99 – WHERE LEADERSHIP COMES FROM

Kevin Emore ’99, an expert on counterterrorism and international relations, returned to campus in November to share some thoughts on leadership. Nearly 100 students and faculty showed up in Gardiner Library to hear his presentation. “I learned more about leadership in my two years at T-P than in four years at West Point,” said Emore. […]

Preview Day
JANUARY PREVIEW DAY

For those of us in the Pride, this is our proving ground, our playground – and our home.  We’d love to show you around. Join us on January 9, 2016 – explore our campus, meet our great educators and students, and watch an action-packed varsity hockey game! After registration at 12:00, Headmaster Bill Taylor will open […]

Will Estony
WILL ESTONY – MERGING MUSIC AND TECHNOLOGY

Will Estony ’17, of Hopewell Junction, grew up listening to Classic Rock and Roll.  He was given a guitar when he was 6 and now plays in Trinity-Pawling’s Jazz band.  An avid runner, Will is captain of both the Cross Country and Track and Field teams. Also interested in applied mathematics, Will recently took the […]

Headmaster Reception
THE BROTHERHOOD PROVES STRONG AT HEADMASTER RECEPTIONS

Headmaster Bill Taylor and Jennifer Taylor were warmly welcomed by over 200 alumni, parents, and friends at receptions in Washington D.C., Boston, and New York City. The brotherhood proved strong as alumni from ‘14 to ‘51 gathered to share thoughts and stories.  Our extended Trinity-Pawling family also had the unique opportunity to hear from Headmaster […]

Candlelight 2015
Candlelight Festival of Lessons and Carols

Tradition stands strong at Trinity-Pawling School – our community gathered to celebrate the Candlelight Festival of Lessons and Carols on December 15 at 5:00 PM in All Saints’ Chapel. This Episcopal Christmas Festival has been a part of the Trinity-Pawling community since 1938. Modeled after the traditional service at King’s College, Cambridge – glowing candlelight, brilliant poinsettias, and greenery filled All Saints’ Chapel as the choir, […]

Athletic roundup
PRIDE ATHLETICS ROUND-UP

The cleats, nets, and shoulder pads have been stored away, and the Pride has moved inside for the 2015-2016 winter athletic season. Varsity Cross Country finished in third place at the Annual Founder’s League Championships.  Senior Jordan Harnum finished in 6th place overall to lead the squad, followed closely by fellow senior Jake Hough in […]

Pat Hitschler
PATRICK HITSCHLER AIMS TO ENTERTAIN THE T-P COMMUNITY

As a new faculty member, Patrick Hitschler has quickly adapted to the pace at Trinity-Pawling School. Shortly after joining T-P in September, Hitschler kicked off Trinity-Pawling’s drama program with a hilarious production of Drop Dead!  performed at Gardiner Theater in November. Outside of the theater, Pat coaches wrestling, and teaches English, American Literature, Modern English, and Public […]

Class notes
ROLL CALL – ALUMNI CLASS NOTES

Alumni, have you recently gotten married, entered retirement, welcomed a new baby into the family, embarked on a great trip, been promoted at work, or won a community award? Let us know! Click the link here to submit your class notes by Monday, January 11, 2016, to be published in the next issue of Trinity-Pawling Magazine.

Trinity-Pawling Fund
Trinity-Pawling Fund

Last year, over 1,500 donors launched an extraordinary groundswell of support for Trinity-Pawling. They helped 305 very real boys on their journey to becoming great men. Here’s why YOU matter today:  Together, with gifts of all sizes, we’re laying a foundation for true excellence at Trinity-Pawling. To succeed, that foundation must remain strong from year to year. Our steady, […]

Cameron Somers
CAMERON SOMERS ‘16 INTERVIEWS CEO JAMES LEBENTHAL

Members of Trinity-Pawling’s class of 2016 participated in a voluntary Independent Study Project during the fall term. Seniors were encouraged to study a topic of interest and explore the topic in depth. Students presented their ideas early in the term, and ultimately presented their findings to a faculty panel. Cameron Somers’ 16 of Hopewell Junction, […]

NED READE ON TEACHING ART TO BOYS

“If a boy can learn to draw and paint adequately or spin a pot on the wheel, he gains confidence to approach other new challenges.” For four decades, Ned Reade has introduced generations of boys to the joys and challenges of art. And even after all that time, he remains invigorated. “I hate it when […]

NEW TEACHERS BRING NEW PROGRAMS

“Anthropology is taught in virtually all liberal-arts colleges, but rarely in high school,” says Dr. Kerry M. Dore, one of Trinity-Pawling’s new faculty members. “Offering Introduction to Anthropology to the young men at Trinity-Pawling gives them exposure to a field of study that many students never hear about until they reach college.” Designed as a […]