For these six alumni couples, Peddie had a hand in true love.
It is no secret to anyone who has stepped foot on Peddie's campus that our people define our school.
Those who are drawn to Peddie, both students and teachers, become a part of our community because they find energy and inspiration from one another. These relationships are sustained and enriched far beyond graduation day, and we continue to celebrate the myriad successes of our fellow alumni throughout the country and around the world. We invite you to explore these people and their stories.
The community at Peddie challenged me to become a better version of myself. It is because of this institution that I have made important strides towards being a better student, friend, and global citizen. Emma Becker '16
SeaStraws Chief Sustainability Officer Sophie Kennedy '15 has made it her mission to educate others about the dangers of plastics.
Tiff Zachos '88, M.D., Ph.D., D.V.M. stepped up in a big way this summer, and her actions earned her champion status.
Justin Barnett '02 (TK MAC) was a physics and chemistry major at Cornell until he accepted a fellow student's offer to learn how to DJ.
One of Peddie's oldest living alumni turns 100 in December. We recently found his original Peddie application.
Self-professed quilt magnet Bill Volckening '84 has an uncanny ability to find great quilts, but he did not set out to be a quilt collector.
When Peddie's first Armellino Scholars graduated, it was an exclamation point at the end of a profound four-year journey.
Before her Israeli excavating adventure, Katy Lambson's only archeology experience was watching Indiana Jones.
Art teacher Joyce Chen took time to focus on her art at the Vermont Studio Center.