Posted 04/15/2014 09:07AM

The Spring 2014 visit by five students and 2 faculty members from St. Paul's College was a resounding success. The visitors experienced life here from many aspects: they lived in the dorms with T-P students, attended classes, and even went to chapel and sit-down dinner. In addition, they visited NYC for a day, ate at Big W's Barbeque, visited FDR's house in Hyde Park, went to a Yankees game, helped out at a local farm, ate at Pepe's Pizza in Danbury, and even had s'mores on their last night!  These were all excellent experiences, but the St. Paul's students and faculty agreed that the most rewarding aspect was starting and fostering friendships with people from across the globe who come from a very different culture. With the connections allowed by modern technology, these are friendships that will last for years to come. Already, there are students inquiring about being able to go and visit St. Paul's College next year in Hong Kong!  All together this was a successful visit and all involved are excited for this relationship to continue into the future.

Posted 03/13/2014 10:18AM

A student who achieves a term academic average of greater than 85 and an academic effort average of 1.99 or better earns a spot on the Headmaster's List. This list is the equivalent of a Dean's List and is compiled at the end of each term.

The following 84 students earned a place on the Headmaster's List for the Winter Term:

Grade 9

Ethan Black-Fernandes
Matthew Cerny
Nikolai Degenhardt
William Estony
Zimo (Dominic) Huang
Jeong Hwan (James) Kim
Hitoshi Matsukage
Kenneth McDougal
Stephen Morrissey
David Nelson
Loc Phuc Nguyen
Phat Minh Nguyen
Hunter Olstein
Zhou (Oliver) Sun
Nhat (Ben) Vu


Grade 10

Wai Chun (Jason) Au
Caelahn Bullen
Matthew Golden
Yufei (James) Hao
Jake Hartzell
Daniel Hoag
Hyun Bong (Frank) Jeung
Dogyun Kim
Peter Kokalov
Trung Le
Kyu (Paul) Paik
Henry Rickert
Justin So
Sean Solecki
Yufan (Tim) Wang
Jacob Westney
Hao-Chen (Hank) Wu

Grade 11

Dylan Aden
David (Autin) Aksoy
Qiang (Peter) Bi
William Bosha
Woo Hyeuk (Leo) Chang
Jay Choi
Michael Dowell
Ziad (Zizo) Elmandouh
Michael Fitzpatrick
Dongyue Jia
Tyler Kellogg
Jun Seok Kim
Ziyang (Michael) Kuang
Benjamin London
Shane Madden
Xiao Hang Mao
Felix Marcotte-Hetu
Connor McNamara
Thomas Miller
John (Jack) Monahan
Charles Max Nason
Christopher Nolan
Michael O'Connell
Michael Sebetic
Lawrence (Lloyd) Timon
Ziheng Wang
Dan Wyman
Justin Yip

Grade 12

Braedon Bayer
Stephen Bennett
Arthur Busick-Schneider
Xinyi (Sean) Cai
Justin Cooper
John Coughlin
Joshua Freilich
Wyatt Hill
Chia Ming (Jimmy) Lee
Jieren (Nathan) Li
Michael LiPera
Yuanchen Lu
Yang Mi
Alex Moeser
Ryan Monahan
Luke Murray
Alexander (Xander) Ryman
Jake Saxe
Thomas Shafer
Thomas Stackpole
William Tz-Jie Su
Frank Volpicello
Nicholas Yawman
Kyle Zacharewicz


Posted 03/05/2014 04:29PM

On Monday, March 3rd, Trinity-Pawling students and faculty gathered in Gardiner Theater to honor the Varsity Winter Athletes. In addition to the coaches and captains speaking about team accomplishments, students in the Digital Media class presented highlight videos for each team.  (See below the highlight video for Varsity Hockey by Dan Wyman '14, who also served as Trinity-Pawling's Live Hockey Broadcast Color Commentator.)

Congratulations to the following student-athletes who received awards for their outstanding contributions:


Coaches Award: Miguel Betances '15, Bronx, NY
The Ned Reade Award: Ziad Elmandouh '15, Cairo, Egypt


Livingston B. Cole Award: Thomas Miller '15, Katonah, NY
Most Improved Award: Justin Brownell '17, Fishkill, NY
Coaches Award: Ben London '15, New York, NY and Arthur Busick-Schneider '14, Poughkeepsie, NY


Annual Award: Braedon Bayer '14, LaGrangeville, NY and Noah Woods '14, Brooklyn, NY
MVP Award: Jay Arthur '14, Westbury, NY and Justin Cooper '14, Pine Plains, NY
Coaches Award: Brenton Howell '14, Bronx, NY and AJ Girard '14, Poughkeepsie, NY


David N. Coratti Award: Chris Hattar '14, Poughkeepsie, NY
Sean Kimberley Award: Chris DeMaria '14, New York, NY



Annual Award: Johnny Coughlin '14, Fairport, NY
Richard A. Reece Award: Dante Tomassini '14, North Branford, CT and AJ Beckwith '14, West Haven, CT
Coaches Award: Devin Brink '14, Ashburn, CT and Jay Lamot '14, Coventry, CT

Athletic Results
Wednesday, 04/23/2014
Baseball - Varsity
  vs. Taft
L   |  6-9
Golf - Varsity
  vs. Canterbury
vs. South Kent
W   |  TP - 225; South Kent 228; Canterbury 230   |  recap
Track & Field - Varsity
  vs. Avon
vs. Brunswick School
vs. Hotchkiss
TP 28 Hotchkiss 133 Brunswick 53 Avon 51   |  recap
Lacrosse - JV
  vs. Millbrook
W   |  7-3   |  recap
Lacrosse - 3rd
  vs. Gunnery
L   |  1-7   |  recap
Lacrosse - Varsity
  vs. NMH
Win (14-7)
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Tuesday, 04/22/2014
Lacrosse - MS
  vs. Rumsey Hall
W   |  7-3   |  recap
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