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 […]

PRIDE ATHLETICS ROUND-UP

The Pride has performed well on the course and the fields to begin our 2015-2016 athletic season. Varsity Cross Country has established itself as a top contender in New England, amassing an impressive 8-3 record, despite hosting only one home contest. The coaches are confident heading into the Founder’s and the New England Championship races. […]

JUD HARTMANN ’66: SCULPTOR AND HISTORIAN

Jud Hartmann is a born storyteller and a gifted artist. For 32 years, he’s been sharing powerful accounts of the Iroquois and Algonquin with anyone who enters his galleries in Blue Hill, Maine and Grafton, Vermont. Jud has made the Woodland Tribes of the Northeast the focus of the exquisitely detailed bronze sculptures he creates, […]

BILL TAYLOR RETURNS TO THE CLASSROOM

Bill Taylor is a born teacher. His measured headmasterly reserve to the side, he becomes animated, hands gesticulating as he describes The American Experience, a course he designed 20 years ago. “We take an ideological rather than chronological approach to analyzing our history. How do we view ourselves as a nation? What role has religion […]

GUIDING BOYS WITH A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

Christina Kratzman, Spanish instructor at Trinity-Pawling, reflects on the 2015 IBSC Conference: As a first time attendee of an International Boys’ Schools Coalition Annual Conference, it’s global nature was immediately evident to me as I sat in the chapel at Bishops Diocesan College in Cape Town, South Africa with close to 700 delegates from eleven […]

2015 REUNION & HOMECOMING WEEKEND RECAP

Reunion & Homecoming Weekend was a huge success with over 200 alumni from the classes of 1948 to 2015 returning to campus to honor Trinity-Pawling School’s past, present, and exciting future. The highlight of the weekend was the installation of our seventh Headmaster, William W. Taylor, and welcoming his entire family back “home” to campus. […]

TRINITY-PAWLING FUND

Be there for the boys of Trinity-Pawling. Our boys need a committed corps of donors to support the School every year. When you give, you help create teaching moments—in the classroom, on athletics teams, in dorms—that change each boy’s understanding of his potential and his future. Join the momentum. You can direct your support to […]

TRINITY-PAWLING MAKES THE SUPER BOWL HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL

Former Pittsburgh Steelers center Chukky Okobi ‘96 returned to Trinity-Pawling on Saturday October 24th to present an NFL commemorative golden football. The presentation occurred at half-time of the game against Hotchkiss on Parents Weekend. Okobi ‘96 earned a Super Bowl ring in Super Bowl XL (February 2006) when the Steelers defeated the Seahawks 21-10. He […]

TUNED IN TO THE BOYS – HEADMASTER’S SENIOR COFFEE

Music that transcends generations has proven to be an effective theme for Headmaster Bill Taylor’s Senior Coffee sessions. Every Monday evening following dinner, the Senior class and faculty gather in a relaxed family setting in the Headmaster’s living room at Gamage House for coffee and conversation. Headmaster Taylor’s passion for music provides a theme, which […]