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An overview of all we have to offer
How we develop individual excellence in all of our students
Application information for Middle School, Upper School, International Students, and the Edmund V. Cervone Center for Learning
Grades 6-8 enjoy a small school environment with all the big opportunities of our exceptional high school
Grades 9-12 develop individual excellence through a vigorous college-preparatory program
Personal creativity and an appreciation of it in others is important for students today and throughout their lives
A showcase gallery presenting the works of renowned visual artists
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Join the team, take lessons, and improve your skills in our beautiful indoor aquatics center
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For admission to the Cervone Center for Learning program, many factors are considered, including:
Applicants to the Cervone Center for Learning should use The Pennington School Online Application. In addition to the general requirements for Middle School or Upper School admission, extra documentation is required for applicants to the Cervone Center as listed below. These documents are integrated into our proprietary application to simplify the process. Please note that the SSAT is NOT required for admission to the Cervone Center for Learning.
Application deadline for 2017–18 is February 1, 2017.
Please note that
the Cervone Center for Learning is not prepared to work with students having primary emotional or behavioral difficulties.
Questions? Call Admission Office:609-737-6128