Join us as we dive headfirst into a topic so controversial, it makes pineapple on pizza seem like child's play. So, grab your popcorn and your friendly neighborhood fire extinguisher, because we're about to tackle the one question that's gone viral since last year: Should I apply early Action to the Pingry School?
Pingry students imagine the impossible. They dare where others hesitate. They innovate where others accept the status quo. They feel empathy, where others turn away. No two Pingry students are alike—and yet, they are all deeply connected.
Interviewing our Dean of Academics, Mr. Burkhart, is like diving into the living history of Pingry. With a journey that began as a computer science teacher in 2005, he's since undertaken numerous pivotal roles and championed transformative curriculum projects. His legendary prowess on the basketball court during the annual student-faculty game adds a unique and competitive dimension to his dynamic leadership, making him the ultimate source to gauge the academic heartbeat of Pingry.
Ngozi Nnaeto joined Pingry in the 6th grade and has been a thriving leader and an engaged community member who has fully made a positive impact in a myriad of ways throughout her tenure. Currently, a rising senior, Gnozi would like to offer helpful tips to creating a great Pingry experience.
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Drawing on insights from the Enrollment Management Office, Mr. Núñez encourages each applicant to navigate the admissions process by embracing your authentic self.
Unlock the doors to educational opportunities and dive deeper into the world of tuition assistance by delving into an interview with our expert. Mr. Brad Fadem.
Review insightful interview tips for the admissions process! In this student interview, Ms. Christy Welborne provides advice on how to prepare for and ace your interview, giving you an idea of what is the admissions office priority as we get to meet you in person.
The Director of Lower School Admissions, Ms. Lorian Morales shares her insights on the admissions process for the Short Hill campus in our recent interview.
Starting an application process often leads to a series of common questions and uncertainties. In this FAQ article, Ms. Christy Welborne addresses these frequent inquiries head-on, providing prospective students and their families with valuable insights and guidance.
Step behind the scenes with our exclusive interview with Ms. Cooke, where we unveil the story behind our newly launched Pingry school viewbook.
Join us as we interview Ms. Alissa Rust, our Kindergarten teacher, delving into why the early childhood years are so crucial in a child's development and how Pingry's teaching approach nurtures young minds during this formative stage.
Explore the insights of the Enrollment Management Team's Academics Liaison, Mr. Matt Horesta, as he introduces Pingry teachers, students, and stories that represent the soul of our academic programs.
Learn more about Mr. Gonzalez's inspiring interview as he discusses his transition from the private sector to teaching and his innovative approach to using technology to teach kids problem-solving skills.
Last May, there was a spring intensive course, resulting in Pingry School’s new marketing video. It’s the end of the academic year. The school has just broken off into the Spring Intensive period. Most students are taking a two week course to wind down into summer holiday. Some are watching films, some are making pottery, and sixteen lucky recruits walk into The Reel Pingry. Today we get to hear from one of those sixteen students, Ms. Nataly Ruiz.
Today we sit down with Mr. Matt Composto, a Pingry alum who has come full circle from graduating in 2013 to now serving as a Middle School English teacher and Form 1 Team Leader. After earning his degree in Political Science from Brown University, Mr. Composto returned to his alma mater to make a meaningful impact on the educational journey of Pingry students. Join us as he shares his experiences and perspectives on Pingry, with a focus on the Middle School.
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