| 2013 | 2014 | 2015 |
|Falcons announce 2014 Hall of Fame class|
Peddie School is proud to announce the Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2014, to be inducted on Saturday, May 31, as part of the annual Reunion Weekend festivities.
|Golf team comes out swinging|
The Peddie golf team opened the 2014 campaign at the Peddie Golf Course on Tuesday with a 28-stroke victory over the Lawrenceville School.
|Speech contest winners announced|
Senior Dan Panfili garnered top honors at the 110th annual J. Walter Reeves Speaking Contest held Thursday evening in Mount-Burke Theater with his impassioned, introspective speech entitled, My Story.
|Jonathan Sprout '70 returns to Chapel|
Grammy-nominated recording artist Jonathan Sprout '70 returned to campus on Friday to share his story and entertain the community, helping the audience reconnect to the kid in all of us.
|Peddie announces winter sports awards|
The Peddie School athletic department applauded the outstanding efforts of its student athletes at the 17th annual Winter Sports Banquet on Thursday evening at the Caspersen Campus Center dining hall.
|A spring break visit to EFZ|
Twelve students and their chaperones spent their spring break in China this year. The two week trip combined classes at sister school EFZ with individual homestays, touring Shanghai and Beijing, and even a quick getaway to Sanya, a resort on the island of Hainan.
|Niglio to be honored at scholar-athlete banquet|
Peddie senior Lucas Niglio will be one of 23 student-athletes to be honored at the 52nd annual George Wah Memorial Scholar-Leader-Athlete Awards Dinner to be held on Sunday, March 9 at 4 p.m. at the Princeton Hyatt Regency.
|Celebrating the Arts|
This past week marked the culmination of a trimester's dedication to artistic pursuit, with the Musical "9 to 5," the Music Concert, and the Art Show.
|Founders Day honors "three brilliant stars" of Peddie|
The 119th Founders Day, honoring Peddie’s past leaders "on whose shoulders we stand," was held on Friday, February 14, 2014 in Ayer Memorial Chapel. Celebrated were three philanthropists who showed tremendous dedication to ensuring Peddie’s future: Thomas B. Peddie, Ambassador Walter H. Annenberg, and long-time Board Chair Finn M.W. Caspersen.
|Let the records fall|
Senior Patrick Park broke his own school record in the 100-yard butterfly, finishing the event in 48.55 and the boys' team broke five pool marks at the Mid-Atlantic Prep League Invitational, held Saturday at the Peddie Aquatic Center.
|Wang ’14 chosen as Intel Talent Search semifinalist|
Mien “Brabeeba” Wang was chosen as a semifinalist in the 2014 Intel Science Talent Search. Three hundred semi-finalists were selected from a pool of nearly 1,800 entrants hailing from 489 high schools in 45 states, Washington, D.C., and seven American high schools overseas.
|Record AP results indicate remarkable progress|
In 2013, ninety-six percent of all students who took AP tests scored a three or better and forty-five percent of all tests earned a five, the highest score possible. This marks the seventh consecutive year that more than ninety percent of Peddie's Advanced Placement (AP) test-takers earned a three or better.
|A different kind of classroom|
Brian Kuser '95 left a traditional classroom for a learning environment that has no walls: Fernbrook Farms Education Center in Chesterfield, NJ.