List of 12 frequently asked questions.

  • College Evenings TONIGHT and  October 6

    Juniors, Seniors and their parents are welcome to attend a College Evening on Monday, September 26 and Thursday, October 6 from 7:30-8:30 p.m. in the Annenberg Science Center.  College Evenings are limited to 30 colleges per evening in order to provide a more relaxed environment in which to ask questions and speak to admission officers.

    LIST OF COLLEGES ATTENDING (subject to change) TONIGHT (Sept. 26)
    Assumption College
    Boston University
    Bryant University
    Dickinson College
    Emerson College
    Fairfield University
    Franklin & Marshall College
    College at Geneseo, SUNY
    Hamilton College
    Lehigh University
    Middlebury College
    Muhlenberg College
    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
    Saint Joseph's University
    Scripps College
    Sewanee: The University of the South
    Stevens Institute of Technology
    Syracuse University
    The University of Georgia
    University of Delaware
    University of Miami
    University of St Andrews, Scotland
    University of Vermont
    Vanderbilt University
    Villanova University
    Virginia Tech
    Western New England University

    LIST OF COLLEGES ATTENDING (subject to change) OCTOBER 6
    American University
    Bard College
    Bates College
    Bennington College
    Case Western Reserve University
    College of Charleston
    Drew University
    Drexel University
    Duke University
    Eckerd College
    Emory University
    Kenyon College
    Lafayette College
    Northeastern University
    Ursinus College
    Washington College
    Wellesley College
    Wheaton College
  • First Presidential debate viewing tonight!

    First debate: TONIGHT, MONDAY SEPT 26, 9:00-10:30pm in the MASLAND ROOM.

    There will be a total of 4 viewings (3 Presidential and 1 Vice Presidential) debates in the coming weeks. We all know these debates are going to be interesting and absolutely entertaining, so come out at 9pm (please arrive by 8:45 to get good seats!) on Monday and join us in sharing this historic moment with our community!! It will most definitely be a time well spent.

    ALSO, for every debate you attend you get a chance to put your name in a raffle (1 name/debate attended→ total of 4 entries) to win some awesome stuff!!

    AND, there will also be FREE FOOD of some sort at the debates. Sign up on the googledoc below to tell us what you want!! There will be RITAS at our first one so please tell us what flavors you would like.

    BUT, boarders you will have to get passes in order to attend and FRESHMAN you are not excused from study hall to attend. If you do not have study hall, you may attend the debates.
  • Peddie in Mumbai and South India, Spring break 2017: Informational meeting

    During Spring Break, the Asian Studies Program will offer a two-week trip to Mumbai and South India that is open to ALL students.  Interested students should attend a meeting during DMX on Tuesday, September 27 in Mr. Nicholson's classroom, History House 107 across from Efros Auditorium.  Those unable to attend this meeting and anyone with questions should contact Mr. Nicholson (
  • Parents Weekend Schedule

    Complete weekend schedule

    For your individual class schedule, pleaseI log in to My BackPack in the "My Documents" section.  Look for "2016 Fall Parents DaySchedule" at the bottom of the page.
  • Register NOW for the PPA Parents Weekend Annual Golf Outing on Friday, September 30!

    Click here for more details, to register online, and to view sponsorship opportunities. Please send your requests for foursomes and any questions to Rick Beggs.
  • Community and Service Opportunity, Saturday, October 8

    Hightstown is having it's annual Harvest Fair.  Lots of games, music, crafts and food.  They need volunteers for all sorts of things.  Look at your schedule and calendar. Plan ahead.  Sign Up.  Show up!

    Here are the opportunities.  Send Mr Truslow an email ( your t-shirt size, the option you would like to volunteer for and your available time (you don't need to be able to do the entire time to helps out!)

    1.  Library Lawn Set-up from 7am - 9am:  Meet out front of the Hightstown Library and stay for as long as you can that morning.  8-10 volunteers needed
    2.  The Information Booth from 9am-4pm:  Stationed near the center of town, we need volunteers to help visitors navigate their way around the fair.  Volunteers can either stay the entire time or take shifts at the booths.  There are 2 booths. 4-6 volunteers needed at all times.
    3.  Decorating Tote Bags from 9am-4pm:  Meet in front of the Hightstown Library to help little kids decorate fun tote bags.  Volunteers can either stay the entire time or take shifts.  3-5 volunteers needed at all times 
    4.  Pumpkin Patch from 9am-4pm.  Meet in front of the Hightstown Library and help little kids paint pumpkins.  Volunteers can either stay the entire time or take shifts.  3-5 volunteers needed at all times 
    5.  Music Stage #1  from 9am-4pm.  Meet at the large stage in the center of town.   Help ensure that no one ruins or tampers with the musical equipment while the band is playing or on break.  Volunteers can either stay the entire time or take shifts.  1-2 volunteers needed to cover this stage at all times.   
    6.  Music Stage #2  from 9am-4pm.  Meet at the large stage in the center of town.  Help ensure that no one ruins or tampers with the musical equipment while the band is playing or on break.  Volunteers can either stay the entire time or take shifts.  1-2 volunteers needed to cover this stage at all times.    
    7.  Floaters from 9am-4pm.  Meet at an information booth to receive marching orders.  This position helps to cover any job in the Fair that might need extra coverage.  Volunteers can stay the entire time or take shifts.  1-2 volunteers needed at all times to float around.  
  • Update on car permission

    If parents/guardians did not complete a permission slip or submitted one late, car permission for the student is designated to the most restrictive option. Extra car permission slips are available in the Deans' office.

    Students are expected to get written car permission from any faculty member before getting into a car, and must have their ID cards with them to request permission. Written car permission can only be given in person - faculty members will not text car permission.
  • Instructions for students wishing to sign out off campus (and their parents)

    Students: Please review instructions for signing out using Reach. Dorm supervisors will review the process with you this week.

    Parent/guardian: If your child is signing out for the weekend, you will receive an email requesting that you approve your child's plan.

    Once parent/guardian approves a student's leave, that student MUST click the green box underneath the SISO (Sign in/Sign out) widget. IF THIS STEP IS NOT COMPLETED, PARENT/GUARDIAN WILL RECEIVE A LATE NIGHT PHONE CALL.

    If your plans change, notify the dorm supervisor on the dorm faculty member on duty on Friday/Saturday night.
  • Need help with Math?

    Dear new and returning Peddie students,
    Welcome back!  I hope your first day was a good one, and that you are looking forward to the coming year!
    I write to remind you that Peddie prides itself on providing support for students so that they can learn as much and as deeply as possible.  The Math Department faculty go out of their way to make connections for extra help and we respect and admire  students for taking advantage of this opportunity to do their best in our courses.
    The first place to look for extra help is with your classroom teacher.  Teachers post their available times, and also make appointments for help when these times can't work.  
    Four evenings per week we also provide Math Clinic.  This is a time when a math teacher is on duty, and you can walk in and get your questions answered.  Some students even use Math Clinic to do their homework, asking questions as they arise.  There is no need to make an appointment.
    This year's Math Clinic schedule is:
    Tuesday: Mr. Parker
    Wed:  Mrs. Lewis
    Thursday: Mrs. Montgomery
    Sun: Mrs. Montgomery
    All sessions run from 7pm to 9pm, and are held in Annenberg 209 and/or 210. Stop by and give it a try!
    --Mr. Corica and the Math Department
  • Student Handbooks

    All new students should have received a 2016-2017 student handbook with their registration materials. 

    All returning day students pick up 2016-2017 student handbooks in the Deans' Office. 

    All returning boarding students will receive a copy of the 2016-2017 student handbook from their dorm supervisors. 

    It is our expectation that students familiarize themselves with the handbook and pay close attention to our school mission and our major school rules. As always, students should turn to their advisors with questions or concerns. 

PPA Happenings

Video recording of PPA meeting, Sunday September 18.

Register NOW for the PPA Parents Weekend Annual Golf Outing on September 30!
Please send your requests for foursomes and any questions to Rick Beggs.

The Peddie Parents Association would like to invite all Peddie parents, alumni, family members and friends to a fun-filled day of golf at the Peddie Golf Club. This scramble-format outing will allow you to reconnect with old friends, renew friendships and meet other parents. Spend the day enjoying a light breakfast, hamburgers and hot dogs during the round and end with a barbeque at the clubhouse. You will then be joined by other Peddie parents to continue the Parents Weekend festivities. All are welcome, single golfers through foursomes. Registration at 9:30am with Shotgun start at 10:30am.
Click here for more details, to register online, and to view sponsorship opportunities. Please send your requests for foursomes and any questions to Rick Beggs.

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Daily Class Schedule

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  • Monday

    8:00 - 8:50 a.m. A period
    9:00 - 10:20 a.m. B period
    10:25-10:45 a.m. Chapel
    11:00 a.m.-12:20 p.m. D period
    11:30 a.m.- 1:15 p.m.Lunch
    1:10 - 2:00 p.m.C period
    2:10 - 3:00 p.m.E period
    3:00 - 3:30 p.m.Conference period

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Today's Menu

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  • Monday

    7:15-8:15 a.m.
    Scrambled eggs
    Home fries
    Sliced melon
    Pork roll

    11:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.
    Salad Bar (seasonal greens and vegetables, assorted whole grains)
    Deli station
    Pasta du jour
    Fresh roasted vegetables
    Assorted seasonal fruit

    Family Style Dinner
    6:30-7:30 p.m.
    Mixed greens
    Chicken marsala
    Steamed white rice
    Italian blend vegetables
    Vegetable and tofu napoleons
    Mini desserts
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