This internationally-recognized artist will work with students on the first K-12 art project.
Brandon Spellman '19, named a District 19 champion, led four other teammates in an impressive performance at Districts over the weekend.
This spring season, four seniors return to lead a team with "fighting spirit."
A sweep of the Prep Championships earlier this month was but one victory in a tremendously successful season for both varsity teams.
Under the leadership of four senior captains, the team is looking for a repeat appearance in the state sectional finals this season.
The soccer standout adds another feather to her cap.
The Girls' Varsity Winter Track & Field Team has broken a dozen school records so far this season, with several members having already qualified for Indoor Nationals in March.
". . . no team has raised its level of play more than the Pingry School's girls basketball team," wrote NJ.com last month. Find out why.
Will a fourth straight NJSIAA Non-Public "B" state title be within reach? Follow the team this spring to find out.
Led by freshman Jessica Lin, who won the epée competition, Big Blue girls dominated, and the boys' team took third.
On the heels of a win over Fairfield Prep—ranked #1 in Connecticut—Big Blue triumphs over New Jersey's top team.
The University of Notre Dame-bound senior earns ice hockey honors.
The junior became Pingry's first county wrestling champion in more than a decade.
En route to Big Blue's 45-44 victory over Belvidere on January 9, the senior forward reaches a high school milestone.
Held in the Bugliari Athletics Center, the championship event resulted in an all-Pingry final round in both the boys' and girls' division.
Both the Boys' and Girls' Varsity Teams battled tough competition in holiday games.
Having already broken several school records at their season opening invitational on December 16, Big Blue is poised for a successful season.
It's the second consecutive title for the Middle School lacrosse, football, and basketball player.
Among the achievements, fencer Apurva Memani '18 took first in boys foil at the SCIAA Championships and Caroline Dannenbaum '21 won the pole vault in a new PR at the Bishop Loughlin Games.
Lindsey Hogan '18 and Annie Leithead '19 aim for a return appearance at the Race of Champions.
The Division III All-American and Williams College graduate recently joined the roster of the Connecticut Whale in the NWHL.