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We are closing in on our goal of 1,000 donors in 10 weeks for the Trinity-Pawling Fund. Henry B. duPont ’86 through the Nor’easter Foundation has pledged $100,000 when the Pride comes through to achieve this Challenge. At press time, we stood at 701 donors. There’s not a moment to lose. Today is the day […]
Trinity-Pawling has a way of pulling people back. Just as Headmaster-elect Bill Taylor will return to campus after broadening his experience for the past 13 years, JP Burlington ’95 is coming back to serve as Director of Admission. In his four years at T-P, Burlington immersed himself in all aspects of campus life: he sang […]
On May 19, Trinity-Pawling School celebrated the success of the spring sports season at the sports banquet. All teams finished with great wins over quality opponents. Baseball concluded the season with a 6-2 victory over rival Kent. Golf managed to finish 3rd at Founders (Henry Angier ’16 finished 3rd out of 54 golfers). Lacrosse stunned nationally-ranked Brunswick […]
This past fall, members of the class of 1964 set their sights on a lofty goal: to become the first Trinity-Pawling class ever to raise $1 million in honor of a 50th reunion—or any reunion, for that matter. Now, one month ahead of their June 30 deadline, the class has achieved its intent with an […]
“Trinity-Pawling is the most important non-profit that I support, particularly in memory of my son, Billy Cartier ’89, in whose memory we established a scholarship fund. Flip Suarez ’03, the first recipient, graduated from college, worked in Boston for five years, and recently married and moved to Saratoga Springs where he is employed by a […]
Justin Yip ’15 describes himself as a visual learner. A resident of Hong Kong, he was raised bi-lingual, and recalls struggling with written instructions. Frequently, he found himself turning to YouTube tutorials to illustrate a lesson instead of the written word. “I was truly inspired by some of the short films I watched. Those films […]
On Sunday, May 24, 2015, Trinity-Pawling School held its 108th Commencement exercises and celebrated the graduation of 102 students. Business executive and former chairman and CEO of American International Group Maurice Greenberg gave the Commencement Address. Woo Hyeuk Chang delivered the valedictory address, and Christopher Nolan spoke as head prefect. The diplomas were delivered by Board […]
On May 1, over 250 alumni, family and friends gathered on campus to thank Arch and Gay Smith for their tremendous legacy to Trinity-Pawling. The evening, hosted by President of the Board Elizabeth Peale Allen, included tributes from alumni and faculty, as well as a surprise appearance by the senior class. Read more about the […]
Sean Donnelly ’10 gets an opportunity to continue his playing career as he signs a free agent contract with the New York Giants. Donnelly, a 6-foot-8, 307-pound offensive tackle from Pelham, NY, finished a successful career at Tulane University where he was a four-year letterman who appeared in 42 games with 36 starts. As a […]
All year long, we’ve been on a mission to share more stories of Trinity-Pawling alumni—from all professions, regions of the world, and walks of life. And we’re committed to that goal going forward. Class notes are a great way to let us know what you’ve been doing, and to give a shout out to the […]
I support Trinity-Pawling because—simply put—it changed my life. My parents made a huge sacrifice to send me there, with an opportunity to turn my life around, and it worked. The whole environment, my teachers and my classmates have had a lifelong impact on me. I give back to the School because I want to provide support for other […]
Winter sports at Trinity-Pawling are well underway, with each team celebrating key wins over big rivals. Basketball beat Kent on January 17 by one point (59-58) in a dramatic, come-from-behind win after being down all game. On December 13, hockey battled past Avon 4-3 at Avon in a tough contest. Wrestling swept a quad meet […]