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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
Acting, directing, and technical theater courses for beginning to advanced students
Vocal and instrumental music courses to develop students' skills in the elements of music
Photography, drawing and painting, and ceramics classes for students at every level of proficiency
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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More than 40 special activities and clubs to ignite every interest
100% of Pennington students participate in one or more of our service opportunities
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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