Joining a skilled team of language arts specialists at the Lower School, Mrs. Dana Sherman is teaching fourth and fifth grade students the art of writing, encouraging their imaginations along the way.
At Pingry, collaboration is intentional—and integral to every aspect of our programs. It’s an education for the 21st century. By design.
A community of highly committed, endlessly interesting, rewarding—and rewarded—faculty, who grow together, and alongside their students. Come, meet them at Pingry.
“Pingry students are so prepared and so eager to participate. In my high school, you were in trouble if you were talking to a teacher. At Pingry, students are looking for an excuse to visit the science wing and talk to us . . . The attitude here is that it’s cool to be interested in school.”—Dr. Colleen Kirkhart, Honors II Biology teacher, Research Team
“It’s the tradition of the pursuit of greatness here that most inspires me—getting better at whatever it is you’re doing, striving, not settling. Students are given so much support, but everything is earned; nothing is given.” —Obi Nnaeto ’18
A community of intellectual explorers, mindful adventurers, and encouraged risk-takers. Come, find your place at Pingry.
“Every Thursday Dr. Moore teaches me how to play the organ in Hauser Auditorium. I definitely know I wouldn’t get to do that in another school.”—Justin Li ’21
A community of daring filmmakers, emerging musicians, cutting-edge visual artists, and budding thespians. Come, discover your talents at Pingry.
A community that nourishes mind and body not only in the classroom, but on the field, court, pool, rink, mat, track, or slopes. From curious beginners to nationally-ranked student athletes, alike. Come, meet your teammates at Pingry.
“At the end of the day, we all come out after a hard day of school and we’re with each other. Some days we just want to go home, but, as Pingry athletes, we gather with our teams. We’re not relying on a single person. We have to pull together or we’re not going to win.”—Charlotte Curnin ’17