Peddie was his first stop on the road to an exuberant and authentic life.
Your gift exemplifies the strength of our community.
Tuition and fees do not cover the entire cost of the extraordinary education Peddie provides. The Peddie Fund helps to bridge this gap, supporting faculty, academic and extracurricular programming, community life and financial aid — all of which serve to enrich the life of the school and ensure the Peddie legacy.
Your participation will serve as a meaningful statement about your family's Peddie experience. Give to the Peddie Fund because you believe in our mission, the dedication of our faculty and staff and the limitless potential of a Peddie education.
Having benefited greatly from the Peddie experience, I am keenly aware of the impact and return my contribution can have. I'd like to think it enables kids to realize and access their potential — something that happens in a special way in the Peddie community that is hard to replicate. Jackie Shoback ’84
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Brothers Roger Kaufman ’52 and Herb Kaufman ’47 are Peddie loyal.
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When Peddie's first Armellino Scholars graduated, it was an exclamation point at the end of a profound four-year journey.