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How we develop individual excellence in all of our students
A quick overview of what we offer at The Pennington School
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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
Superb student athletes and championship teams make up our teams: find out more about our 43 teams in three seasons
Join the team, take lessons, and improve your skills in our beautiful indoor aquatics center
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100% of Pennington students participate in one or more of our service opportunities
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TPSPA fosters community and school spirit, enhances the educational process through a variety of activities and events, and supports the growth of Pennington facilities and programs
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To view the Alumni Directory, you must request login credentials from the Office of Alumni and Development. The Alumni Directory gives you access to contact information for your fellow Pennington classmates. It also give you a place to update Class Notes for Pennington Magazine. We invite and encourage you to check your personal and contact information for accuracy and to provide updates as needed.
To become registered, send an inquiry to Jane Childrey today at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are always delighted to welcome alumni back to the Pennington campus! The Wesley Alumni House is the hub for alumni events and outreach, and it's also a great place to connect with Pennington classmates. We hope to see you soon!
Did you know that The Pennington School Alumni Association maintains two social media networking groups for its graduates?
Both are private groups, accessible only by request.
Keep up with your classmates' latest personal and family activities by reading their latest updates today. See their world through their images; learn what they are thinking through their words. It's a great way to keep in touch with the many people who have touched your life while together on campus.
Join The Pennington School Alumni Group on Facebook today.
Networking has long been regarded as one of the best methods of finding the job that's just right for you, or for connecting two people you know for their mutual benefit. LinkedIn offers a great way for our outstanding pool of graduates to use their common backgrounds here to continue supporting one another's professional growth for many years to come.
Join The Pennington School Alumni Group on LinkedIn today.
Two Pennington School alumni will present an original play, Charlie and Bruno, in the Diane T. McLarty Theater on June 23, 24, and 25 at 7:30 p.m., and at 2:30 p.m. on June 25.
Amber Brooks '09 is playing a role very similar to the one she played at holding mid for several US Womens' Youth National Teams while coming up through the ranks of that system.
On Wednesday, May 25, former Pennington tennis standout Jerry Jiang ’15 and his Bowdoin College teammates brought home from Kalamazoo, Michigan, the Polar Bears first National Championship title in mens’ tennis.
Carrie Bonfield (Class of 2015) visited the Michael T. Martin Aquatic Center at Pennington on May 19.
Current students and alumni celebrated Homecoming 2015 from Friday, October 16 through Sunday, October 18.
Arun Gandhi, grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, spoke on Tuesday, April 7, as part of the Stephen Crane Lecture Series and the observance of Diversity Week.
Questions? Call Admission Office:609-737-6128