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Mr. Christopher Gillman

Faculty Information
Department(s) Center for Learning Achievement, English
Title(s) English, Hockey, Lacrosse
Contact Information
Email
 
 Phone
(845) 855-4829
School Phone
845-855-4865
Education
Degree(s) B.A., Western New England College 2009
M.A., Western New England College 2010
Other Information
2011 
2005 
 

Chris is excited to join the English Language Program.  He has spent the past 4 fours working in the Advancement Office primarily working with young alumni. He was well suited for that position, having graduated from Trinity-Pawling in 2005. He began his T-P career in our Middle School. While at T-P he played hockey and lacrosse, as well as serving as a Deans Assistant.

In the fall 2005, Chris moved on to study at Western New England University from which he graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in English Literature. He then pursued and earned a Master’s degree in English from Western New England University, as well. While at WNE, Chris played four years of varsity Ice Hockey and captained the team his senior season. Prior to arriving at Trinity-Pawling, Chris served as a substitute teacher in New Milford School District.

Chris also is responsible for sports information.  He often is posting recaps, information on alumni athletes, and stories about our current student-athletes.  He is an Assistant Varsity Hockey and Varsity Lacrosse Coach.

Chris lives in Starr Hall with his dog, Turner.

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At Trinity-Pawling, every boy is a three-season athlete.  Whether he is learning the basics or has been excelling for years, he is part of the School's century-old athletic tradition.  T-P competes in the Founders' League, a highly competitive arena showcasing some of the nation's best prep school talent. T-P offers 13 interscholastic sports with 30 teams.

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The Arts are an integral part of every Trinity-Pawling student's education. Whether they wish to develop existing talents or experiment with an entirely new form of expression, each student will have at least one year of music, theater, visual art or art history.

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This could be you!

Over 100 years ago, Frederick Luther Gamage, Trinity-Pawling's Founding Headmaster, said, "Whether a boy succeeds or fails in the first instance at everything he tries is irrelevant.  The only boy who truly fails is the boy who fails to try."  Today, a century later, 315 boys live learn and grow together in an environment that fosters commitment, effort and character across the board.

Stay Connected!

Trinity-Pawling has a rich tradition of alumni connectivity. We want you to participate in the life and vitality of the School. Through this engagement, alumni will help Trinity-Pawling propel forward.

Stay Connected!

Trinity-Pawling has a rich tradition of alumni connectivity. We want you to participate in the life and vitality of the School. Through this engagement, alumni will help Trinity-Pawling propel forward.

As a convenience, Trinity-Pawling School links to Google Translation which provides an automated translation of our website. The tool is not perfect, and the context of the copy may not be precise when it is translated. As a result, sometimes the translation may lose some of its intended meaning. Therefore, Trinity-Pawling School cannot guarantee the accuracy of the converted text. Where there is any question, the English version is always the authoritative version of the website.

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