Pingry's Short Hills Campus
At our Short Hills Campus, that childlike curiosity that is so critical to developing joy, curiosity, and a lifelong love of learning is ever present and always being nurtured. With an average class size of 18 students led by our dynamic and renowned instructors, the foundation for a strong education is built from the everyday connections we form here.
At the Lower School, 28 stunning acres include a brand-new turf field for competitive fun, while the modernized building features active learning spaces for art, drama, and music to encourage creative delight. At our bustling Big Blue Garden—a learning garden and outdoor laboratory where exuberant exploration takes place—a myriad of activities take place, from mindful composting, to employing math skills by calculating optimal grid spacing for crops, to students enjoying the fruits of their labor by sharing their produce in the lunchroom.
Imagine a setting expansive enough for a child’s dreams yet cozy enough to feel like home. A destination where wonder abounds because learning is rooted in experience.
Pingry's Basking Ridge Campus
With 192 acres of remarkable campus space, this is where childhood interests are given a depth of exploration to develop into lifelong pursuits of passion. With an average class size of 15 in the Middle School and 14 in the Upper School, and a faculty and staff that challenge and honor each scholar’s potential, students thrive with an unprecedented level of opportunity, creativity, and independence.
From three professional-grade performance venues that celebrate the arts and feature compelling speaker series, to our state-of-the-art Miller A. Bugliari ’52 Athletics Center with the 5,000-square-foot Greig Family Strength & Conditioning Center that rivals even elite universities’ fitness facilities. For serious athletes, or those looking to challenge themselves anew, over 70 sports are offered for Form I through Form VI students, including 33 varsity sports.
Set against a backdrop of tranquil woodlands, students engage in sustainability practices by working in outdoor spaces such as Pingry’s farm, the forest, and composter, where environmental education takes place not only in the sciences, but in the arts—where choral groups have held performances, and art classes have used nature for their study.
At our Basking Ridge Campus, students receive an immersive educational experience—one that is both rigorous and radically uplifting.
Pingry's Pottersville Campus
At our Pottersville Campus, memorable human connections are made—with each other, here at Pingry, and with international visitors—all of us sharing in this forward journey to impact the world. At this experiential education campus, students are invited to steep themselves in learning, understanding, and truly comprehending.
Tucked away in the rolling hills of Pottersville, the 83 acres are a reminder to students to get out into the world and explore. Featuring 56 dorm rooms for overnight, immersive experiences, with expansive indoor and outdoor athletics facilities, and creative academic spaces including advanced science classrooms, this is where future leaders of tomorrow can experience the thrill of discovery today.
From the comfort of familiarity, we seek to discover the new. From the warmth of local support, we restlessly strive for global connection.
Rent or inquire about one of the facilities at our Short Hills Campus, including the front and back fields, gymnasium and baseball/softball field.