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What Peddie students are saying about being back to school in a COVID-19 world.
Every student who participates in Peddie's music program can benefit from the experience in unique ways.
Peddie parent Becky Richardson had always planned on her children living at home when they attended high school. But then this happened.
The advisory program centers on a holistic approach to the life of a Peddie student.
Santiago '22 knows that time at Peddie flies by, so he recommends getting involved right from the start - and eating breakfast with your friends.
Led by Emma Li '24, the Peddie girls' golf team captured its first-ever Mercer County Girls' Golf Championships during a steady rain at the Princeton Golf Course.
A three-season athlete at Peddie, Ciara '22 has always loved sports. But she discovered a love for history at Peddie — all because of writer-in-residence Paul Watkins' World War I elective.
Two former Falcons, Jahan Dotson '18 and John Metchie '19 will be looking to make an impact in the NFL next season. Dotson, a first-round, no. 16 pick, was picked up by the Washington Commanders. Metchie, a no. 44 pick, was selected by the Houston Texans.
From a no-hitter to a hole-in-one, here are recent highlights from Peddie athletics.
Luke Treese '23 tossed a no-hitter, striking out five and walking three to lead the Falcons to a 4-0 win over Blair in MAPL action on William F. Thompson Field.
Peddie softball defeated Lawrenceville in extra innings in their first home game on Saturday.
Triston Francis '08 attended an impressive lineup of schools, but the journey along the way was not easy.
Ginny Bauer P'03 '05 and her family have lived through tragedy and come out intact on the other side.
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