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PREFECT JAY WEN ’18

Originally from Shenzen, China, Jie (Jay) Wen ’18 came to Trinity-Pawling four years ago as a repeat freshman. Now a senior and one of the School’s six prefects, Wen cherishes his time at Trinity-Pawling and is proud to spend his final year as a leader in the community. “I am looking forward to all the good […]

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SLADE MEAD AND ANNIE KEEL RECEIVE HWS PADDLE AWARDS

On Tuesday, October 3rd, Trinity-Pawling warmly welcomed to campus Mr. Bob Murphy, Vice-President for Enrollment and Dean of Admissions, Hobart and William Smith Colleges (HWS) and Ms. Brianne Ellis, William Smith Class of 2013 and Associate Director of Admissions. Brianne met with interested students for an informative session about Hobart College. Murphy arrived to surprise […]

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SMITH FIELD HOUSE DEDICATION—HOMECOMING & REUNION WEEKEND

Thank you to everyone for joining us on campus to celebrate Trinity-Pawling! More than 300 alumni from the classes of 1940-2017, trustees, parents, and friends came to support the School and celebrate Homecoming & Reunion and the Dedication of the Smith Field House honoring former headmasters Phil Smith and Arch Smith. What a wonderful weekend! […]

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THE BONDS OF BROTHERHOOD

On a chilly Saturday evening in September, the Central Connecticut State University Blue Devils played at Sacred Heart University against the Pioneers. On the sidelines were three familiar Trinity-Pawling faces—but this time, on opposite sides of the field. Najae Brown ’13 and Frankie Palmer ’14 took the field for the Blue Devils and Kenny McDougal […]

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FACULTY SPOTLIGHT: RAMSAY ANTONIO-BARNES

Ramsay Antonio-Barnes has joined the faculty as a teacher of art, bringing his extensive talents in mixed media. “I get an idea then figure out which medium will express it best.” In addition to painting and drawing, Barnes works in photography, sculpture, printmaking, glass, bronze, and wood. Barnes is fascinated with engines and draws inspiration […]

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ADMISSIONS OPEN HOUSE

At Trinity-Pawling, students gain the skills and self-awareness to navigate a complex and ever-changing world. We believe that critical thinking is key, and we teach our students to think outside the box. We also teach something that can’t be measured—students will learn to respect themselves, their fellow brothers, their surroundings, and their future. Trinity-Pawling students graduate […]

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PRIDE ATHLETICS ROUND-UP

The cross-country team is the youngest it has been in quite a few years. Coach McDougal is extremely pleased with the progress this novice team has made thus far.  Most recently, the team beat Berkshire and ran a close second to Kent. Nick Grande ’19, has emerged as the team’s top runner. Jimmy Nolan ’21 and […]

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AHEAD OF THE CURVE

Trinity-Pawling is inspired in its approach to education. Students are engaged in hands-on learning projects, evaluated not only for scores but effort, and encouraged to participate in all aspects of campus life, from athletics to the arts. This progressive model is unique and its results—profound. Trinity-Pawling is truly AHEAD OF THE CURVE— educating young men for life. Your […]

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BILL TAYLOR’S 2017 COMMITMENTS

This year Bill Taylor begins his third year as Headmaster of Trinity-Pawling. The transformation that he set in motion upon his arrival in 2015 is seen—and felt—throughout the campus. Under Taylor’s leadership, the Dann academic building underwent a progressive facelift over the summer. New learning spaces have been specifically designed to allow for maximum creativity […]

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FACULTY SPOTLIGHT: JOSH FROST ’04

Josh Frost ’04 first arrived at Trinity-Pawling as an 8th grader in 1999, and went on to graduate in 2004 as a prefect. Josh continued his studies at Hamilton College, where he earned a B.A. in Hispanic Studies followed by a year abroad in Madrid. He then returned to Trinity-Pawling to work as a Spanish […]

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JACQUES ZELNIK ’11

Jacques Zelnik ’11 began working as a Law Clerk at Cantor Fitzgerald this past May. He is in his final year of law school at New York Law, focusing on corporate transactional work. Between his rigorous schoolwork and demanding clerk responsibilities, Zelnik emphasized the importance of organization and time management—both skills he mastered during his […]

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MacGregor Robinson 1964-2017

MacGregor Robinson, 53, died on September 4, Labor Day, at “Mungo Park,” his beloved home in Norfolk, after being diagnosed with cancer of the liver in mid-August. Born February 5, 1964, in nearby Winsted, MacGregor was predeceased by his parents, Hugh Robinson and Isabel “Tibby” (MacGregor) Browne Robinson and his sister, Isabel Browne Driscoll. His […]

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GYURI DRAGOMIR ’13

Originally from Budapest, Hungary, Gyuri Dragomir ’13 came to Trinity-Pawling to pursue a two-fold dream: to play hockey and receive an excellent education. Now a college graduate and ambitious entrepreneur, Dragomir looks back on his years at the School grateful for so much more – particularly its lessons in perseverance and, perhaps most importantly, problem-solving. […]