The Pennington School, founded in 1838, is a day and boarding school residing in rural Pennington, NJ.

This private school teaches students in grades 6-12. Honors and AP courses help prepare students for success in some of the most competitive colleges and universities.

This 54 acre co-ed campus holds 485 students and 90 teachers. This school, affiliated with the United Methodist Church, is accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. Tuition costs approximately $32,000 plus $16,000 for room and board, and assorted annual fees.

The Pennington School has one of the oldest football programs in America. Previous football players have gone onto play in I FBS and FCS institutions. This school houses a Center for Learning which is dedicated to supporting the needs of those with learning disabilities. Author Stephen Crane graduated from the Pennington School.