With the objective to graduate well-rounded young men, Trinity-Pawling students must complete a minimum of 112 credits in 8 disciplines to earn their diplomas. A full year course is worth 6 credits; a single term course is worth 2 credits.
Students are required to complete 100 credits in the following subjects:
- 24 credits in English
- 18 credits in mathematics
- 18 credits in laboratory sciences
- 18 credits in history
- 12 credits in a foreign language (excluding Language Program students)
- 6 credits in the fine performing or studio arts (this requirement may be met by courses in music, art and drafting, or by significant participation in the School's dramatic productions)
- 4 credits in religion
Additionally, students must take 12 credits of elective courses.