Every student who participates in Peddie's music program can benefit from the experience in unique ways.
Reflections, profiles and news from The Peddie School
Peddie parent Becky Richardson had always planned on her children living at home when they attended high school. But then this happened.
Rotimi Opeke '12 is keeping competitive in the tech ecosystem.
The advisory program centers on a holistic approach to the life of a Peddie student.
Shruthika '23 was able to fufill a bucket-list wish — to see a Broadway play — thanks to Peddie's Culture Bus program.
Myrah '22 believes in surrounding yourself with the people who build you up and help you grow and in being an agent of change no matter what your role or title. She also believes in naps.
Before Peddie, Tyler '22 never felt like a "pro" in any particular area. But a brief conversation with his freshman Humanities teacher changed all of that.
Girls basketball begins December 3 with expanded Tip-Off Tournament.
Peddie alumni share the tunes they remember from their teen days.
What Peddie students are saying about being back to school in a COVID-19 world.
Gersony dramatically — and anonymously — influenced U.S. foreign policy over four decades.
These Peddie alumni are using artificial intelligence to save lives.
She’s a star athlete, a champion for children of color and Triathlete magazine’s cover contest winner.
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