"In middle school, I struggled to find time to meet with my teachers. At Peddie, meeting with teachers is the norm, during the day and even after practice or dinner."
We want to show you what Peddie is all about. The best way to do that is to visit our campus in person; our student tour guides will walk you through life at Peddie and answer any questions you may have. For those who are unable to visit in person, we have created Experience Peddie — a virtual compilation of video, imagery and stories that you can explore at your own pace and return to again and again.
Explore our beautiful campus. Best of all, meet the people that make up our one-of-a-kind community. The best way to get to know Peddie is to experience it in person. Our student tour guides are eager to greet you and share their Peddie stories.
For the optimal experience, we suggest that families visit campus when school is in session. Please contact our office and we'll be happy to accommodate you for a tour.
Experience Peddie Virtually
Explore Peddie through our student-led virtual tours. Experience how our location and facilities shape life at Peddie — right from your computer or smartphone. Our tour guides will show you around, and you'll watch and read about all that happens in each space on our campus.
- Experience Peddie at your own pace.
- Select spaces you're most curious about.
- Submit questions for our tour guides through a simple form.
Caleb was nervous when he walked into his first orchestra class. In the last few years of performing arts at Peddie, he's not only found his confidence; he's found his voice.
Grace Edelstein '23 tells new Falcons how to get the most out of their time at Peddie.
Sawyer Lai '23 considers Peddie's dining hall to be the glue that holds our community together.
Tour guide Zoe Chao '23 was one of the first students to create an affinity club at Peddie. By creating a space for AAPI students to connect, she helped build a stronger community.
From day one, tour guide Brad saw how Peddie's traditions create an inclusive and welcoming environment.
Moving in for the first time? Head tour guide Dana '23 has your dorm room shopping list.
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.
Wynn '22 didn't know what to expect when he arrived at Peddie. What he found was a community that made him feel like he belonged from Day 1.
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.
Santiago '22 knows that time at Peddie flies by, so he recommends getting involved right from the start - and eating breakfast with your friends.
Elle '22 understands that sometimes the simplest moments tell you the most. Peddie students spend so much time together that it's easy to let your guard down and be yourself.
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.
Nye '22 discovered a passion for activism while at Peddie, and is grateful for a school community that is willing to embrace change.
Alli '22 has embraced balance at Peddie; she's committed to courses and activities that she enjoys, but also remembers how important it is to take a breath — and remember that the community is here to support and encourage you.
As a boarding student Jack '22 has learned to balance his academics and commitments with a healthy and rich social life - and a clean room.
As a swimmer, Amber '22 has learned that "diving in" is as important in life as it is in her sport.
Ask lots of questions, embrace the unexpected and treasure the support of the community. Anna Radigan '22 offers some advice and shares a bit of her Peddie experience.