Recently, more than 60 members of the Pingry community, from all three divisions, gathered on Zoom for the school's first-ever HBCU alumni panel. Six Pingry graduates shared their experiences—here's what they had to say.
At Pingry, the collaborative pursuit of excellence and honor are integral to every aspect of our programming, inside the classroom and out. Together, we educate the whole child. Come, explore our possibilities.
A community of highly committed, endlessly interesting, rewarding—and rewarded—faculty, who grow together, and alongside their students. Come, meet them at Pingry.
“At Pingry, I get to teach economics, I get to coach fencing, and I get to fill in as needed to help the varsity tennis teams. I get to share all these interests of mine with kids who are equally interested. It's really fun. I feel very lucky in this way."—Davidson barr, Upper school math teacher
“Every year, with every teacher, my writing improves. Every teacher is different, and I learn so much.” —thomas yanez ’24
A community of intellectual explorers, mindful adventurers, and encouraged risk-takers. Come, find your place at Pingry.
“Theater helps me to develop myself; it pushes me out of my comfort zone. But it's also my friends and the faculty who work on the shows. They inspire me to put forth my best effort, too. That's what really pushes me forward.”—rajeev doraswamy ’19
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.
"I was really intimidated at first, but it was great to play with better players. It was huge for the mental aspect of my game; they taught me so much. Before high school, I thought golf was just a hobby. When I joined the team in the Upper School, I knew it was a sport I wanted to play in college." —Zara Jacob '21