SSL Certificate

Reunion & Homecoming 2018


*Updated Friday, September 28th*

Friday, September 28

School Store Hours: 8:15–11:30 AM and 12:30–5:00 PM

10:30 AM All-Alumni Golf Game  Quaker Hill Country Club  
Pre-registration required

11:00 AM All-School Chapel Service  All Saints’ Chapel
Chapel Talk by Steve “Papa Bear” Harrington ’68  

1:00 PM Admissions Tours  Admissions Suite
Is your son interested in joining the Pride? Student-led tours will be available at this time. Admissions interviews may be made by appointment.

3:00–7:00 PM Registration and Welcome Center  Cluett Lobby
Pick up your Trinity-Pawling swag!

4:00 PM Shuttle from Danbury hotels to campus 

5:30 PM Dedication of the Adams Erdmann Tennis Pavilion  Tennis Courts
Reception to follow  Gamage House

7:00 PM Welcome Dinner & Distinguished Alumni Awards  Scully Hall 
Honoring Joe Callo ’48 and Paul Miller ’63, P’92
Your class photo will be taken at this event! Jacket and tie not required.


Saturday, September 29

School Store Hours:  9:00–12:15 PM and 1:15–5:00 PM

8:00–9:30 AM Warm breakfast buffet available  Scully Hall 

8:30 AM Shuttle from Danbury hotels to campus 

8:30 AM–2:00 PM Registration and Welcome Center open  Cluett Lobby
Pick up your Trinity-Pawling swag!

9:00 AM Clay shoot  Orvis Sandanona Shooting Grounds
Pre-registration required

9:00–10:00 AM Headmaster’s Roundtable  Gardiner Library & Learning Commons
Join Headmaster Taylor as he discusses the School today and shares future plans.

10:00–11:15 AM Alumni Panel and Discussion  Gardiner Theater
Spanning the decades, Paul Miller ’63, P’92, Peter Boggs ’68, Mark Horncastle ’88, and Chris Cattani ’93 answer questions and share their experiences. Moderated by Eric Drath ’88.

11:15 AM Sing with the Trinitones! 
Warm up those vocal cords and join the Trinitones for the Alumni Memorial Service. If you would like to sing with the Trinitones, please arrive promptly.

11:30 AM Alumni Memorial Service  All Saints’ Chapel
Dedication of the Memorial Plaque for former faculty member Terry Hubbard P’82 

12:15–1:30 PM Buffet Lunch   Scully Hall    

1:00-2:00 PM 50th Reunion Class StoryCorps  Dann I-Site
Come and share your Trinity-Pawling stories and memories!

1:15 PM Campus Tour  Meet in Cluett Lobby 

1:15 PM Dedication of the Schmid Family Tree  Near driveway pillars of South Entrance 

1:30 PM Dedication of the Tim Murphy ’78 Memorial Tree  Northeast Lawn of Smith Field House  

2:00 PM Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony  1964 Alumni Room, Smith Field House
Join us as we celebrate C. Stephen Harrington ’68, the 1976-77 varsity soccer team, and William Cooper P’75, ’79.

Athletic Events:

1:00 PM Varsity Soccer vs. EF Academy  Coratti Field

2:45 PM Fourth Soccer vs. Taft  Inside Track

3:00 PM Third Soccer vs. Kent  Old Football Field

3:00 PM Cross-Country at Taft 

3:30 PM Homecoming Football Game vs. Loomis Chaffee  Coratti Field  

* Please be aware:  According to the NEPSAC Code of Ethics and Conduct, the use of alcohol and illegal drugs should not be associated with any athletic event on campus.

Immediately after the game: 

Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres  Smith Field House Terrace

Following cocktails:

BBQ, Bonfire, and Pig Roast Celebration  Tent behind Gamage House
Class photos will be taken during this event! Jacket and tie not required.

Class of 1968 - 50th Reunion Dinner  Gamage House

9:00 & 10:00 PM Shuttle from campus to Danbury hotels 

A Commitment to Character

As we prepare young men for the world beyond Trinity-Pawling, we seek to convey this fundamental lesson: Character is the single most influential force to propel us forward - whether academically, physically, socially, or spiritually.

Trinity-Pawling has so much to offer!

Check out everything you can do and be in the pages on our site.  And if you'd like to contact us, we'd be happy to hear from you.  You can reach the admission office at 845-855-4825 or by email at

Not Just In the Classroom

What makes Trinity-Pawling unique? The Effort System is at the heart of everything we do.

The Pride

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.

We're Seriously Creative

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.


As a parent or guardian of a Trinity-Pawling student, you are a welcome member of the community. Your involvement through event attendance, participation in the Parents' Association, or simply staying connected is appreciated.

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.

email page print page small type large type
powered by finalsite