List of 5 news stories.

  • Putting the arts to work: Faculty Arts Exhibit showcases diverse talents

    For visual arts teacher Andrew Harrison, creating art is an important part of being an educator.
    “I actually think it’s critical,” said Harrison, who also serves as director of Peddie’s Mariboe Gallery. “There is not a big separation between what I do in the studio and what I am teaching. Keeping active creatively makes me more genuine when talking to my students, and they sense that.” 
  • Scout Zabinski '16 wins age class in NYC Marathon

    Scout Zabinski '16 was the first place finisher of all runners aged 18-19 in the 2016 New York City Marathon. It was her first time running the race.

  • Peddie takes home Potter-Kelley Cup

    For the third straight year, Peddie captured the Potter-Kelley Cup over Blair Academy, finishing 13 competitions with six wins, five losses and two ties on a beautiful day in bucolic Blairstown.
  • Celebrating an enduring global friendship

    Marking the tenth anniversary of Peddie’s sister school relationship with EFZ in Shanghai, 11 students, two teachers and two administrators visited the Peddie campus this month.
  • Immigration advocate Julissa Arce visits campus

    Author Julissa Arce spoke to the Peddie community today, describing what it is like to be an undocumented immigrant in America.


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