The Pennington School prepares students exceptionally well for college and beyond, but we don't believe that the only way to get there is through a four-year grind.
Walk onto our campus and you will quickly feel what our students and families experience every day when they come here: a strong sense of community and acceptance, exceptional school pride and spirit, a warm and truly caring faculty, and an honest appreciation for every individual student. Yes, students work hard here, but we believe in balance and in finding time for family, friends, arts, and athletics as well as academics.
This is the time in your life to try something new and to test your limits. In order to develop resilience, you sometimes have to take risks. We want you to challenge yourself academically, and we have enough honors and Advanced Placement courses to fully engage your intellect in every discipline. But we also want you to play a team sport or two, to try out for a theatrical production, to learn to play a musical instrument, and to paint or draw or sculpt. Whatever your talents and interests, once you arrive at the The Pennington School, we can help you engineer new successes and build on previous accomplishments.
The Pennington School is a unique place where students feel immediately at home and are actively involved in their own learning. Here, you'll find the experiences that will build the excellent academic skills, confidence, resilience, and character you will need to succeed in high school, in college, and in life.
On February 24, entrepreneur and Pennington graduate Rachel Domb ’19 spoke to students in the Applied Science program over Zoom. In addition to being a sophomore psychology major at Northeastern University, Domb is the founder of Rooted Living, an eco-friendly, plant-based snack company.
The Junior Proctors held their annual American Red Cross blood drive on Thursday, February 25. Many students, parents, faculty, and staff donated, allowing the Junior Proctors to meet their goal of collecting 28 pints of blood.
On February 17, Leon Y. Li, vice president of cybersecurity for Comcast, delivered a presentation to students in the Applied Science program. Li gave students an inside look into his industry and spoke about the exciting outlook of careers in the cybersecurity field.