JOEY TERESI ’16

On the stage, on the ice, or behind a DJ booth is where you’re most likely to find Joey Teresi ’16, of Montreal, Canada in his “zone.” As a Trinity-Pawling senior, Teresi has discovered a knack for acting in Patrick Hitschler’s two theater productions – Drop Dead and most recently, Spamalot. Teresi’s first thespian experience […]

CHARLIE COOK ’08

Charlie Cook ’08 always wanted to serve in the military and applied to Officer Candidate School while a junior at Rollins College. However, a severe concussion sustained during a lacrosse game knocked him out of contention. Cook was devastated but his determination to serve his country never waned. Post-graduation, he spent a year and a […]

SHOW YOUR PRIDE #TPSHOUTOUT

Share your T-P story with your brothers, family, and friends using #tpshoutout Here’s how: Follow Trinity-Pawling School on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook Take a picture at home, with a classmate, on the field, or during a trip around the states or abroad. Upload to your personal page and tag your photo #tpshoutout Include a message […]

BE THERE FOR THE BOYS OF TRINITY-PAWLING

When you give, you help deliver all the things that change boys’ lives: small classes, devoted teachers, expert coaching, close-knit dormitories, a culture of effort and integrity, and above all, a life-changing brotherhood. You make great things possible. There’s still time. If you haven’t supported Trinity-Pawling this year, the fund closes on June 30, 2016. […]

RACE IN SPORTS

‘Race in Sports’, the term-long course co-taught by Jim McDougal and Grayson Bryant, has given students the opportunity to discuss issues of race in today’s society. “Sometimes students are uncomfortable talking about race, but if you present them with racial issues in the context of sport, they are willing to talk about those issues and […]

JAY KELLOGG

Jay Kellogg has been at Trinity-Pawling for 21 years. Kellogg has had two sons graduate from the School, and has taught over two decades of students. He attributes the longevity of his time here to the people; the relationships he’s made as well as the School’s mission. Kellogg explains, “Being able to guide and teach young men and being a part […]

PRIDE ATHLETICS ROUND-UP

Roll up the mats, cover the ice, and take down the hoops because it’s time to move into the spring sports season. That’s right! Dress warmly; the boys are now heading to the newly thawed fields across Route 22. To conclude the winter season, the wrestling team made their way to the Western New England […]

WE’RE ROLLING OUT THE BLUE CARPET

Trinity-Pawling is on the move! Headmaster Bill Taylor and Jennifer Taylor have enjoyed meeting many of you at receptions during the first half of the year. This month Bill and Jennifer will be in San Francisco on Wednesday, March 9. The reception will be held at the St. Francis Yacht Club, On the Marina at […]

Reflections from the College Counseling Office

Each January the campus is abuzz as juniors join their parents in Gardiner Theater for the Junior College Day presentations. This is the day when the juniors step up and officially start the college process. The day, according to Slade Mead, Director of College Counseling, “Is both a sad and happy event. I say good […]

THE IMPORTANCE OF SERVICE LEARNING

On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, students were introduced to a new community service initiative envisioned by Bill Taylor. The goal: Provide opportunities for our School community to give back to others, and promote the ideal of citizenship. “Teaching our students that they belong to a community and, as such, have certain responsibilities to it […]

Micah Chase ‘84

After graduating from Trinity-Pawling in 1984, Micah Chase went on to earn his BA and MBA at the University of Rochester. He headed West after graduation and was working in Silicon Valley in the virtual reality industry when his father persuaded him to join in a new start-up invitation business. It was in this capacity […]

A QUEST TO CONNECT WITH THE BROTHERHOOD

6900 miles, 22 states, and 10 Trinity-Pawling brothers visited. The road trip Chris Lamorte ’73 and his wife Judy took on his motorcycle last summer can be summed up in a sentence, though the memories and experiences are far more unabridged. The couple navigated their way from their home in Missouri, and headed east on […]

TRINITY-PAWLING FUND

Thank you to the many alumni, parents, and friends who supported Trinity-Pawling in the first half of the fiscal year. Because of your generosity, boys continue to have access to a Trinity-Pawling education and a thriving community. YOU make great things possible. There’s still time!  If you haven’t supported Trinity-Pawling this year, the gift year […]