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Wyatt Donahue '12 Memorial Trail
Trinity Valley School is proud to share that the Wyatt Donahue '12 Memorial Trail is now open!
As a way to celebrate Wyatt's passion for the TVS TOE program, his parents Angela and David Donahue made a gift in his memory to support the construction of a multi-use trail for walking, running, and mountain biking around the perimeter of our campus. In addition, the trail is being used for on-campus TOE experiences and cross-country team training.
We are excited that the trail gives our alumni, current, and prospective families an opportunity to more thoroughly enjoy TVS's 75 acres.
Uniquely TVS, the newest addition to our campus reflects the school’s values and acknowledges the abiding relationship between TVS and its students. This new addition encircles our community, challenges our students, and stands as a loving memorial to a young man who touched so many lives.
The act of creating this trail for the use of our community today and for generations of Trojans to come is not a silent emblem of a life passed away. Instead, Dr. and Mrs. Donahue and the TVS community have created a dynamic and vibrant path that calls us to delight in the out-of-doors, to savor and strengthen our abilities, and to live fully into the joy that life offers us all.
The Trail is open dawn to dusk during normal campus hours.
To help us maintain the trail, please refrain from using it after a heavy rain or severe weather.