For the Media
Please visit our News & Events page for more information about Phillips Exeter and its upcoming events. Inquiries, including photography requests, should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may also contact the Director of Communications, Robin Giampa, at (603) 777-3450, or the Associate Director of Public Relations, Famebridge Witherspoon, at (603) 777-3343.
All other inquiries, please contact the Communications Office at: Voice: (603) 777-3450 or Fax: (603) 777-4397.
Media and Photography Policy
Phillips Exeter Academy supports media, photography and other requests that directly connect to the educational mission of the school. Please keep in mind that:
- Any media or photography requests should be directed to the Director of Communications for approval.
- If approved, a media representative or photographer interested in visiting the campus should expect to be accompanied by a member of the Communications Office.
- The Academy does not normally allow its facilities to be photographed for commercial use.
The Academy routinely photographs its students, employees and visitors to campus and uses these images on its website and social media pages and in the alumni magazine, fundraising materials, advertisements and student publications. The Academy reserves the right to reproduce these images. By studying, working or visiting PEA, an individual acknowledges this right of the Academy.
The Academy does not release information about or pictures of its alumni without permission, and has no liability for photographs used without permission.
A few FACTS about Phillips Exeter...
Total Enrollment - 1,082 - Boarding students - 80%, Day Students 20%
Harkness Class Size - 12 students
Volumes in Library (Print and Electronic) - 264,727
Total Faculty - 210
Current students from 45 states, the District of Columbia, Guam and 33 foreign countries
Student body is 52% male and 48% female
U.S. Students of Color - 37% (Asian Americans, 19.1%, African American, 9.3%, Hispanic American, 7.5%, Native American .6%)*
* Represents % of students reporting
Interscholastic Sports - 21
Student Clubs and Organizations - 90
New Students Entering 2013 - 352
Average SAT Scores: Verbal - 695, Math - 711, Writing - 694
Average ACT Scores: English - 30, Math - 29, Reading - 30, Science - 28, Composite - 29, Writing - 28
Members of the Class of 2013 attend 121 different colleges and universities.
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