There is a $250 deposit required at registration. This amount applies toward your total tuition.
$100 of that deposit is non-refundable. All of it is non-refundable after May 1.
Enrichment course are $1295. They meet two periods (two hours) daily.
Credit courses are $1475. They meet all four morning periods (8AM-12:30PM) daily.
Honors Credit courses are $1975 and include lunch in our cafeteria. They meet all four morning periods (8AM-12:30PM) and from 1:15-2:15PM daily.
Students finished with course at 12:30 can sign up for options to stay safe on campus until pickup:
Afternoon study hall from 1-3PM (pickup by 3:30PM) - $100 for the summer
AfterCare/Summer Reading Club from 3-5PM (pickup by 5:30PM) - $295 for the summer.
Online registration for Summer School classes ends on June 20. No online registration will be accepted after June 20. To register after June 20, come to the Summer School office in Caspersen History House 101 between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, during the week of June 20-24. You will need to have required medical and permission forms in hand in order to register in person after June 22.
Full payment of tuition is due by June 1. Tuition is not refundable after June 1. Failure to pay full tuition by June 1 will move you to the waiting list. Students who have not paid their fees in full will not be permitted to attend classes.
Students who have not submitted their contacts, health and permission to treat forms will not be permitted to attend classes.
Classes run from Monday, June 27, through Friday, August 5, 2016. School will be not open Monday July 4. Classes will end on Friday, August 5. Exams for all credit courses will be held on the morning of Friday, August 5, finishing at 12:30 p.m.
Checks should be made payable to “Peddie Summer School.” The School's address is 201 South Main Street, Hightstown, NJ 08520. The Summer School office opens on June 3 and is located in Room 101, Caspersen History House. It is located on the south end of campus between Annenberg Hall (the main administration building) and the Chapel, and has a small fountain in the front.
There are no refunds of course fees or other fees for any reason after June 1, other than cancellation of a class by the school. However, students can be transferred to other available classes or subjects if necessary. There is no refund for moving from a more expensive class to a less expensive class after June 1 (such as Math honors credit to a regular credit class or regular credit class to an enrichment class).
Textbooks are not sold by the Summer School. Textbook ordering information will be available after May 1. Students will be sent their schedules and teacher names during the week of June 15. Requests for certain course times, certain teachers or to be in class with certain students must be made before June 15.