International Applicants

Am I considered an international student?


You are considered an international student if you meet either of the following criteria:

  • You require an I-20 to study at Peddie.
  • Your family's primary residence is outside of the United States (regardless of citizenship).
  • Please note: To better facilitate the interview process for prospective students who reside and attend school in mainland China, Peddie School partners with Vericant. Interested applicants who meet these criteria interview with Vericant before scheduling an interview with Peddie School. Learn more


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As an International student, how should I begin the application process?

  1. Complete our inquiry form (We'd like to know a few things about you before your visit!) 
  2. Schedule your Interview. Contact International Student Coordinator Violeta Rodriguez to schedule your interview. 
    • If you are a student from mainland China you must first complete a preliminary interview with Vericant. Learn more
  3. Complete standardized testing and application.
  4. Please note: ALL documents for applications should be uploaded to the SAO. Do not send supporting documents via email.

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Violeta Rodriguez

Violeta Rodriguez

International Student Coordinator
Admission Office, International Student Coordinator

Frequently asked questions

If I miss the recommended December 15 Vericant deadline, can I still apply?

YES. After December 15, you may still contact Vericant for your interview. Peddie School will review your Vericant interview and application materials as spaces remain available.

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Can I apply for financial aid as an international applicant?

Yes, however Peddie has limited funds available for this purpose. International families must fill out and submit the Parents’ Financial Statement online at, and also complete Peddie’s International Student Financial Aid form which can be obtained from the Admission Office. Find out more about Peddie's financial aid process.

A global community

17 %

of Peddie students are international students from


countries around the world