Alumni, share your good news with the Trinity-Pawling family! Please send in your Class Notes for the Spring 2019 Trinity-Pawling Magazine. The submission deadline has been extended to January 10, 2019! Have you recently gotten married, entered retirement, welcomed a new baby into the family, embarked on a great trip, received a promotion at work, or won […]

Trinity-Pawling Varsity Basketball

The varsity basketball team started the season with four wins and two losses. Victories came against Westminster, Salisbury, Brunswick, and St. Paul’s. Newcomers Mike Koch ’19, Bryce Nash ’19, Sam Fechner ’20, and Truth Harris ’20 have been the most consistent performers for the Pride thus far. Harris has led the team in scoring in […]

Trinity-Pawling Middle School_Quad

Parents and boys entering grades 7 and 8 are invited to our Middle School Night. Join us on January 15, 2019 at 7:00 PM at Gamage House and hear about how Trinity-Pawling creates experiential learning opportunities that engage boys on a journey of discovery. The Trinity-Pawling Middle School curriculum is built on five themes that […]

Robert M. "Stretch" Gardiner ’40
Robert M. “Stretch” Gardiner ’40

With heavy hearts, we remember and honor Robert M. “Stretch” Gardiner ’40, who passed away on Saturday, November 3, at the age of 95. Stretch’s legacy at Trinity-Pawling is profound. He was a member of the Class of 1940 of the Pawling School and was President of the Board of Trustees of Trinity-Pawling from 1991 […]

Trinity-Pawling Holiday Events

December 4, 2018 — 6:00-8:00 PM Join us for the Boston Holiday Reception at Harvard Club of Boston 374 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston, MA This event is graciously hosted by Peggy and Phil Haughey ’53   December 9, 2018 at 5:00 PM Please join us for Trinity-Pawling’s traditional Candlelight Service at All Saints’ Chapel Reception to follow […]

Trinity-Pawling Joe McElligott

Joe McElligott spent four years at Trinity-Pawling on scholarship. McElligott discovered later that his benefactor was Stretch Gardiner ’40. “If it weren’t for Mr. Gardiner, I never would have been able to complete four years at T-P.” This fall, the Joseph B. McElligott IV ’02 Endowed Scholarship Fund was established, specifically to assist young men […]

Trinity-Pawling Bruce Birns

Bruce Birns ’70 has spent the past 48 years trying to prove to Miles Hubbard that he should have seen more playing time. He recalls his senior year: “1969, all hell was breaking loose with Cambodia, Kent State, Vietnam. My biggest concern? Making varsity basketball. The team was ranked second in the Tri State League […]

Trinity-Pawling Sam Fechner

From hustling on the basketball court to playing an original composition on the piano, Sam Fechner ’20 is a young man of many talents. He is a junior from Hamburg, Germany and in his first year at Trinity-Pawling — a community he cherishes. “Everyone cares about me here. My teachers and friends give me support […]

Bill Taylor Trinity-Pawling

To facilitate effective pedagogy in a changing world, teachers must be lifelong learners. Trinity-Pawling faculty can find opportunities for Professional Development in various forms through an initiative put forth by the Trinity-Pawling Board of Trustees. Amy Foster holds the key to this funding — a generous budget — and sends almost all faculty to at […]

Trinity-Pawling Tim Sullivan

Ever heard of a Bermuda hog?  Tim Sullivan ’94 had, and he wondered why it would be included on menus in the U.S., but not on those in its native island! It’s just this type of common sense, yet forward thinking that has catapulted Sullivan to an incredible career in the food industry. Executive chef […]

Trinity-Pawling Chris Kelsey

Chris Kelsey does what most of us cannot: he makes something from nothing. It sounds like a magic trick, like a miraculous conjuration . . . but for Kelsey such inspiration happens as naturally as breathing in and out. “It feels like my stories are already written,” he says. “As though these characters and actions […]

Trinity-Pawling Robert Yunich

Bob Yunich ’61 has a strong conviction that music should be enjoyed as part of everyday life or, in the words of Leonard Bernstein, “I can’t live one day without hearing music, playing it, studying it, or thinking about it.” Yunich also believes that young people need to realize the musical universe extends beyond current […]

Trinity-Pawling Football

The lower team soccer season ended with a couple of victories including 4th soccer’s 6-1 win against Storm King and JV soccer defeating Canterbury in their season finale. The varsity football team concluded their season with a 24-7 win at Kent on a cold and rainy Friday night. Quarterback Donté Williams ’20 provided much of the offense with […]