Equity, Access, and Community
A great education should be available to every deserving student. At Pingree, it's part of our mission. We are committed to helping students find their home here and continue to lend support throughout their high school careers. This means that every student has access to all of the options and opportunities that Pingree provides.
Access for All
Access at Pingree means offering strong financial aid support for all students. Access means supporting a nationally recognized academic enrichment program, and creating academic and co-curricular programs that foster meaningful dialogue on topics of social identity, diversity, equity and social justice.
Diversity of all kinds enriches our community and expands the educational experience of all our students. Pingree's Community and Multicultural Development Program supports the school's commitment to building an economically, socially, multi-culturally, ethnically, and racially diverse school community of talented and motivated students.
Access also means being able to get to school, athletics games, service events, and arts performances, no matter where you live. It means our students have exposure to the tools, resources, and support services that they need to thrive. Opportunities for travel, civic engagement, and co-curricular exploration are available to all who walk these halls, expenses notwithstanding. We are a community that believes everyone deserves the chance to flourish.
Pingree Fellowship Program
The Pingree Fellowship Program works with talented, developing professionals, who have demonstrated a commitment to education and an introduction to the craft of teaching. The Pingree Fellowship seeks to identify and work with promising individuals who have been traditionally underrepresented in independent schools in an effort to “create a more just and equitable world,” in line with the school’s mission statement. In addition to mentorship, we provide fellows with the opportunities to teach, coach, and advise, preparing them for a career in independent schools.