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Global Programs

Welcome and Philosophy

Global Programs prepare our students to be global citizens and leaders of the 21st century who engage the world rather than seek sanctuary from it. To reach this goal, Pingry offers a globally relevant curriculum and extra-curricular opportunities that bring the world into the classroom and extend our program beyond the border of our campus.

Global Programs promote cultural literacy and challenges students and faculty to see the world from the perspective of others, offering opportunities that have the potential to change participants' lives. By the time they graduate, students will have learned how to serve interests beyond the school and themselves, thus ensuring that Pingry leaves the world a better place for our contributions to it.

For more information, contact Jeff Jewett, Director of Global Education, jjewett@pingry.org, 908-647-5555 ext. 1346.

Upcoming Trips

France: Language & Culture
March 8-20, 2015

Panama: Modern & Indigenous Culture
March 10-17, 2015

Belize: Marine Ecology
June 13-20, 2015

Quebec: Language & Culture
June 10-14, 2015

Germany Exchange
June 13-29, 2015 

Adirondack Adventure
June 9-14, 2015 (tentative dates). More information coming soon! 

 

Semester and Year Away Programs
Students interested in taking a semester or year away from Pingry have a number of programs to chose from. Most of the programs are offered to juniors, although there are also opportunities for sophomores and seniors as well. Learn more...

These 3 programs are all sponsored by the US Department of State, include scholarships for most of a student's expenses, and are therefore very competitive and prestigious. All have home stays and significant language immersion.

National Security Language Initiative for Youth 
Summer or Academic Year. Learn Arabic, Mandarin, Hindi, Persian, Turkish, Russian, or Korean at locations around the world. Apply in Fall of prior school year.

Kennedy-Lugar Youth Exchange & Study Abroad
Academic Year programs in countries with significant Muslim populations. Apply in Fall of prior school year.

Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange (Germany)
Academic Year program in Germany - co-sponsored by US and German governments. Apply in Fall of prior school year.

              
Non-Pingry Summer Programs
There are numerous opportunities for students to attend non-Pingry programs both nationally and internationally in the summer months. Learn more...
Recent Trips

France
March 8-20, 2015 

Panama
March 10-17, 2015 

Costa Rica
June 10-18, 2014

China
June 17-26, 2014

Travel Course Information & Forms

Panama March (Upper School)

France March (Upper School)

Belize June (Upper & Middle School) June 14-20 (note new date)

Quebec June (Middle School)

Germany June (Upper School)

General Information
Gap Year Programs
Gap Years are available to students interested in taking a year off between high school and college. For more information contact the College Counseling Office.
International School Partnerships and Exchanges

  China: Quzhou No. 2 School

   Ecuador: El Liceo de Loja

  Guatemala: Experiencias Interculturales Program

   Senegal: Lycée Français Jean Mermoz

 

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Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
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