The Honor Code
"We, the Honor Council, are formed by seven members of the student body. We hope to encourage a community of character and mutual trust. We gather to discuss honesty and integrity and ways to keep these honorable values at the core of the school's identity. We will hear cases of dishonesty and make recommendations to foster honesty and integrity among the students and within the school. Finally, the Honor Council holds the Trinity-Pawling Honor Code in trust for all future and past students, faculty and alumni."
THE HONOR COUNCIL
The Honor Council is a student organization. Members are elected to the Honor Council by their peers and are responsible for upholding the Honor Code through personal example while also educating the student body in honorable behavior. An honor pledge is signed by all students and faculty at the beginning of each academic year as follows:
"Honesty and integrity live at the heart of the school. Behavior inspired by faith and virtue creates honor in the academic community and allows us to live by the principles of the Trinity-Pawling Honor Code: My efforts, preparations, and presentation are at all times honest."