We teamed up with Blair Academy to profile Falcons and Buccaneers who demonstrate the special relationship between our schools.
School archivist David Martin, Ph.D looks back at how the Peddie community was affected by WWI and the great flu pandemic.
At 4 a.m. on January 9, 2018, a mudslide engulfed Napper Tandy's '95 house. Read his harrowing story.
We checked in with Peddie's furry (and feathery!) friends and asked their guardians to tell us more about them.
Biology teacher Meredith Salmon conducted undersea mapping off the coast of Bermuda. It was one of the highlights of her teaching career.
One way many Peddie students choose to express themselves is through the stickers they put on their laptops. "It's all about striking up a conversation," said Sophie McClellan '19.
Athletic Director Jason Baseden can boast several big wins in his first three years overseeing Peddie's athletic program.
Kieren van den Blink '90 finally tells the story she intended to share on the Peddie stage 19 years ago.
As the president and CEO of American Forests, Jad Daley '86 is tackling some challenging environmental issues.
Get the dish on Peddie's beloved dining hall employee. She tells us students' favorite meals.
Headmaster Peter Quinn shares feedback from students and alumni.
Find out how Peddie feels about some age-old Garden State controversies.
About the Chronicle
First published in 1921, the Peddie Chronicle is published twice a year by the Office of Strategic Marketing and Communication for alumni, families and friends of the school.
The Peddie Chronicle has been named a 2018 Gold Winner by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) in the field of independent school alumni magazine publishing.