A small Middle School with big opportunities
Energetic. Social. Curious. Interesting. Challenging.
The Middle School at Pennington is a small, friendly environment with big opportunities for academic and personal growth. With just over 100 students in all, our Middle School offers its own curricular and co-curricular program, its own faculty dedicated to these transformative years, and its own unique identity. The Middle School, however, is very much a part of the larger Pennington community.
Middle School students are expected to work hard in the classroom and to be active participants in their own education. In working closely with faculty and their peers, students will be asked to experience new things and to stretch and challenge their perspectives. Students will build upon their strengths and develop as individuals while making close friends in a community diverse in age and national origin. Our nurturing and committed environment is designed to support students where they are, both developmentally and intellectually.
The spirit of our Middle School students permeates the Pennington campus, helping to create the sense of welcome, inclusion, and industry that makes The Pennington School such an exceptional place in which to learn and grow.
For ten years, The Pennington School has been celebrating International Dot Day — a day created to encourage creativity, courage, and collaboration. International Dot Day was established by educator Terry Shay in response to The Dot, a story written and illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds.
On the afternoon on September 4, students put themselves into the shoes of the NASA engineers and astronauts with a unique challenge: building and launching a rocket.
Visit the Back-to-School page to review everything you need to know to get ready for the start of the new school year.
The opening of school schedule can be found here.