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Science

At Trinity-Pawling, our Science Department strives to immerse our students in authentic scientific work and engage them to think and communicate as scientists. Foundational courses are offered in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology and each course engages our boys through an active curricular approach. Honors level courses are offered in each subject area, and students can further their interest in several elective courses including Ecology, Astronomy, Meteorology, and more. Advanced Placement (AP) courses include AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Physics 1, AP Physics 2, AP Physics C, and AP Environmental Science. Beyond the classroom, our students enjoy Science Department Research Talks offered throughout the year. Additionally, students with an affinity for scientific work can further their interest in clubs such as the Environmental Club or Vital Signs, our student-produced science magazine. Students are supported in their scientific coursework and endeavors by a vibrant and committed science faculty who bring a breadth of experience and passion to their subject areas. 

Science Courses

Science Research Program

In partnership with SUNY Albany, Trinity-Pawling is part of the University in the High School Science Research Program (UHS). As part of UHS, Trinity-Pawling students can enroll in our Science Research class, a three-year program where they conduct and present novel research under the direction of one of our faculty members and a mentor. Students receive college credit upon completion of this program. Leveraging our close proximity to New York City, several of our students are also able to participate in the Columbia University Science Honors Program. 

I teach very matter-of-factly. I believe boys want to be able to ask a question and get a truthful answer. My goal is to have a classroom setting in which every student is comfortable to speak his mind.

Emily Tucci,
Science Teacher


Meet the Science Department

Katie Berlandi

Dean of Counseling, Psychology Teacher

Josh Collins ’95

Dean of Students, Science Teacher

Molly Feeney

Science Teacher

Annie Keel

Science Department Chair

Dutch Keel

Dean of Residential Life, Science Teacher

James Kellogg

Athletics, Science Teacher

Chris Murphy '13

Service Program Director, Mathematics and Science Teacher

Suzanne Najman

Science Teacher, Director of Student Activities

Emily Tucci

Athletics, Science Teacher

Michael Webber

Science Teacher