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Meet the seven Pingry seniors—equally committed in the classroom as they are in their sport—who earned this year's conference, county, Prep, and state honors. 

Naming Opportunities

As Pingry moves into the future, there are opportunities to augment and create spaces, as well as support our students and faculty.

For further information about establishing an endowment and/or naming a facility or space on campus, please contact The Office of Institutional Advancement at (908) 647-7058.

Facilities Naming Opportunities

Providing our students with the most current educational resources is critical to preparing them for the world of the 21st century. Pingry’s modernization efforts improve access to technology, provide the most current equipment, incorporate visible learning, create additional collaboration spaces, and improve key athletics facilities.

"As a teacher, I can do a lot to make collaboration happen: break students into small teams to work on problem sets together, create study groups, hold review sessions to go over difficult concepts with a few students at a time. These are all intentionally collaborative—and highly effective. With modernization, our spaces will be designed to accommodate much more of this kind of learning."

—Ananya Chatterji P ’25, Upper School Director, College Counselor, Mathematics Teacher

Endowed Fund Naming Opportunities

By creating a legacy that provides support to deserving students year after year, financial aid, faculty development, and other endowed funds enable Pingry to model the highest standards in K-12 education. Your gift in support of students, teachers, coaches, or counselors will help Pingry continue its tradition of bringing promising young people together with extraordinary, devoted, and dynamic faculty and staff.

"Pingry provides not only an education—any school can do that—but also a space for teaching students how to be stewards of that education. It’s not just, ‘Here are the tools to succeed in the world,’ but also, 'How are you going to brandish those tools to better your community?"

—Mike Coakley, Middle School Dean of Students

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