Thanks to the generosity of Bill ’57 and Marlynn Scully, construction is under way on the new Smith Field House, which is named in honor of two former Trinity-Pawling Headmasters: Phil Smith and Arch Smith. The new Field House will be completed in multiple phases. Some of the highlights for Phase I of construction are two new courts, an Alumni Hall of Fame room, and a new main entrance and lobby that will face Route 22. Also, new flooring will be installed in the Miles Hubbard ’57 Gymnasium.

You can follow the progress of the Smith Field House on our website here.

The Scullys seek to inspire other Trinity-Pawling supporters to consider major investment in the endowment. In order to complete the Smith Field House project, the Scullys have challenged the Trinity-Pawling community to raise $10 million for endowment. The Scullys have constructed their challenge to encourage other members of the Trinity-Pawling family to reflect on the role of Trinity-Pawling in their lives and to consider similar leadership at new, substantial levels.

The Scully Challenge points us toward a more secure financial future, where strong, consistent resources will enable Trinity-Pawling to anticipate challenges and implement greater innovation.

For inquiries about endowment giving and naming opportunities within Smith Field House, please contact Regan LaFontaine, Director of Advancement, by email: or phone: 845-855-4838.