Campus & Area Guide
Boys find a home away from home on Trinity-Pawling’s active 230-acre campus overlooking the Hudson River Valley, just 60 miles north of New York City. The campus boasts a beautiful, contemporary arts center with a 400-seat theater, a historic chapel, and a picturesque quad. At the center of campus is Cluett, which incorporates the Gardiner Library and Learning Commons with an I-Site ideology lab, a student center, administrative offices, the School Store, faculty apartments, and student dormitories.
The Dann Academic Building houses classrooms, a state-of the-art science and technology wing, and the Allen Reading Room, which is home-base for the Center for Learning Achievement. Other campus buildings include All Saints' Chapel, Scully Dining Hall, the Pond House environmental classroom, Gamage Greenhouse, a 16-bed health center, 8 student dormitories, and faculty homes. Trinity-Pawling’s campus beautifully blends together old and new — combining 112 years of history and tradition with a progressive learning environment for teaching boys 21st century skills.
Our campus also includes the David N. Coratti Field, a turf field for football, soccer, and lacrosse; three natural grass lacrosse and soccer fields; two baseball fields, including the Mo Vaughn ’86 Baseball Field and a practice baseball field; an all-weather track; and nine tennis courts. The Tirrell Hockey Rink, newly renovated Hubbard Court, McGraw Wrestling Room, Rock Squash Courts, and Carleton Center are housed in our new 20,000 square foot Smith Field House, which is equipped with PlaySight technology for advanced athletic training and live streaming of athletic events.
I loved the idea of my son growing up in a beautiful natural environment with a warm-hearted community that was like a big family.
Emily Zhu P’17