Imagine yourself at Peddie, where every day is a brilliant new beginning.
A chance to share your ideas, engage your passions to reach your potential and realize your purpose, here and in the world.
In our community, everyone is known and valued. We constantly seek ways to improve ourselves, and support others in their own pursuits. We are fearless enough to take smart risks, but flexible enough to change our minds in the face of new information or new circumstances or a better idea. We thrive on debate, ask challenging questions and work collaboratively to solve problems.
We begin each day wanting to be better than we were yesterday, as individuals and as a community.
Here’s what Owen O’Neill ’20 thinks should be on your list.
Making friends at a new school can be a big challenge, but Morgan Chudd '19 has five tips to help you find your people.
What did tour guide Alexa ’22 learn about herself in her first 235 days at Peddie?
Ayanna '21 talks tennis, including how her teammates helped her find her place at Peddie.
Team leader Nye ’22 is on track and doing what she loves.
Chris ’20 writes about an important Peddie friendship.
Matt Stefanowicz '19 shares how Peddie encouraged him to step outside his comfort zone.
She used to be shy, but being a Peddie tour guide gave Karly the confidence to branch out.
Jane Richardson ’19 tells us what’s on her Peddie bucket list for senior year.
Going away to boarding school is thrilling, but it can also be a little scary. Tour guide Nadia Bhatti ’19 shares some advice for your first days at Peddie.
Melissa Goodspeed ’19 knows why Peddie’s home is aces.
Claire '20 was both anxious and excited about boarding at Peddie, but it didn't take long for her to reap the benefits of her decision.
Why head tour guide Will ’21 loves to introduce prospective families to Peddie.
Raga Bhagavathi ’19 sums up why Peddie’s locale is tops.
Karly Bullock ’19 reflects on the importance of community at Peddie.
Hall ’20 recalls a particular history elective where the entire class was engaged.
When her honors math class proved to be difficult, Aisling ’21 sought out extra help.
Youcef ’20 thought he was done with the performing arts ... until Peddie's Freshman Musical.
Your favorite class is not always the one you think it will be, something Margot '21 learned as a Peddie student.
Strong friendships bloom at boarding school, says Howard ’21.
If it’s your first time living away from home, it’s hard to know what to pack. Fortunately, tour guide Marissa Boice ’20 has your back. Here are her top 12 dorm essentials (that you haven’t thought of yet)!
Senior Charlotte Heacock, one of Peddie's most seasoned tour guides, provides some tips on how to make the most of your tour.
Jake Salas '20 was one of only a few sophomores to make the Varsity Soccer Team. The experience has changed his game.
What makes Sarah DiLuzio ’19 stick? Find out here.
Yulia ’21 was nervous about coming to a new school. But she quickly found her way at Peddie.
Tour guide Owen ’20 has learned important life lessons as a member of Peddie’s varsity lacrosse team.
Sophie McClellan ’19 says Peddie dining is about much more than enjoying good food.
Alvin's biology class made him think about the world in a scientific way, and the team approach his class took to prepare for exams taught him the value of collaborative learning.
Youcef Soltani ’20 and Shabrina Supriyono ’20 extol the virtues of Potter and Masters, the boys’ and girls’ freshman dorms at Peddie.
Peddie theater enthusiast Chris Liang ’20 shares everything you need to know.
The Peddie Difference
We develop brilliantly complex students who are on a path to make a difference in the world.
We offer a high-powered academic program alongside exceptional opportunities in athletics, service and leadership. The most important requirements for admission are excitement, curiosity and character. We encourage students to explore new possibilities, and facilitate their efforts.
We have a passion for teaching.
We see teaching as an exchange of ideas and an experience between a seasoned mentor and a bright young mind. Every new program we offer, every new facility we build, every innovation we make to our curriculum is designed to support great teaching, in the classroom and the lab, on the playing field and the stage, in the residence hall and the wider world.
Our alumni are building the future.
A Peddie education develops independent-minded, public-spirited men and women capable of doing hard, complicated, endlessly varied work in communities around the world. Our alumni go on to prestigious colleges and universities and pursue meaningful careers. These are people who wake up every morning and think of ways to push the world forward.
We're a community that both parents and students help create.
We're proud to be a school that feels like a family. We make space for parents and students to explore the meaning of independence, to consider the responsibilities of being a member of both a family and a community. We collaborate with parents to cultivate healthy growth, productive habits, satisfying relationships and bright outcomes.
Citizenship means we do the right thing.
We empower our students to make educated, thoughtful decisions, to make mistakes and learn from them, so that they are prepared to make a lifetime of decisions that will define who they are and how they interact with the world around them. We make decisions together and on our own; we support each other and always strive to become better people — here and in the world.
We're inspired by a sense of place.
Our campus--including our lively residential program--feels like home. And it's set in the middle of a region known around the world for innovation in every field--technology and culture, medicine and finance. There are an infinite number of ways to be inspired here.
It’s been a roller coaster of a term, for sure, and Peddie has rolled with it. Falcon students and employees rose to the challenges of yet another unprecedented term.
Best-selling author Charles Yu speaks to Peddie students about the “parallel viruses of COVID-19, misinformation and racism”