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In an interview with LetsRun.com, Chris Lear ’92 reflects on his book “Running with the Buffaloes.”

Big Blue is poised to advance a record number of wrestlers on to the Regional Tournament this season. Another is aiming for his second-consecutive State Tournament run. 

After years of cultivating an interest in the sciences, the junior secured an internship with a professor at NJIT. A little over a year later, he was a co-author on a published scientific review paper. Find out how it all happened. 

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Teaching & Learning
Lower school students during the second day of school

A legacy of academic and personal excellence within an ethical framework of honor and respect.

Intellectual engagement, meaningful inquiry, and respectful debate enjoyed within a diverse community.

Pingry by the Numbers

7

Number of college counselors, each of whom is assigned to a family and is available for unlimited individual meetings with students and parents

100%

Of middle school students take a required diversity course entitled Cultural Competency

11

Days devoted to professional development

14

Number of National Merit Scholars in the last five years

220+

Acres on Pingry's campuses for students to learn, create and grow

70%

Percent of coaches who are also faculty or staff members

24

Magistri Maxime Laudandi faculty members ("Masters Most Greatly to be Praised"), who have taught at Pingry for 25 years or more

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Scholars

Lindsey Larson

Class of 2018

Brad Poprik

Upper School Math Department Chair

Oluwasolape Fakorede

Class of 2019