As they prepare to retire, Melanie Clements, Patrick Clements and William McMann share their Peddie memories.
Three Peddie legends say goodbye
Residential Living at Peddie
Life-long bonds and long-standing traditions
Remembering Dr. King's Visit
A look back 60 years later
Peddie alumni are contributing to the local brewing boom
Away from the comfort of home and family, students learn of major global events, navigate personal issues, form life-long bonds and take part in long-standing traditions. Moments like these, between classes, homework and late-night study sessions, are the heartbeat of boarding life at Peddie.
A number of Peddie alumni are contributing to the craft beer boom. Their backgrounds vary, from photography and economics to marketing and metallurgy, but there are commonalities that lured them to the craft beer industry in a variety of roles.
After more than a year of research and planning, the Peddie math department replaced its traditional Geometry/Algebra II sequence with Mathematical Problem Solving (MPS) I and II. The courses blend topics from algebra and geometry and strongly emphasize collaboration and analytical thinking.
For the majority of students, this season was the first taste of competitive wrestling. Team members grappled with new challenges, and learned a lot about themselves along the way.
Retired Lieutenant Colonel Robert "Hoppy" Hopkins '57 is the executive director and chief executive officer of the Super Sabre Society, a group formed to celebrate and preserve the history of the F-100 Super Sabre and the pilots who flew them.