PAWLING, N.Y. -- Art history students at Trinity-Pawling School took a recent trip to New York City for a day of visiting museums. Prior to their trip, they stopped at McKinney and Doyle for some hot drinks.
Trinity-Pawling School is an all boys boarding school in Pawling. The school also has a middle school comprising 20-30 local days students, most of whom continue on into the high school.
The school was founded in 1907 by Frederick Luther Gamage, who had been the head of St.Paul’s School on Long Island. The campus comprises 165 acres. The school's mission is to educate and instill a value system that prepares young men to be contributing members of society amidst the challenges of an ever-changing world.