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Volleyball Takes New Englands Second Year in Row

May 23, 2016

BV volleyball defeats NMH for championship More...

Graduation Exercises 2016

June 05, 2016  | EVENT

Tune in to the live stream Sunday, June 5 at 10:30 am. More...

Exeter Arts this Weekend: The Laramie Project and "SUPER STUDIO"

May 19, 2016

Theater, arts and music this weekend. More...

Principal's Day Provides Welcome Break

May 16, 2016

Principal MacFarlane surprises students with Principal's Day break More...

Exeter Bulletin, Spring 2016

May 16, 2016

Meet five alums whose science is saving lives, get inspired by students who combine the arts with social activism and read reflections by author Stephanie Clifford '96. More... See more

Climate Action Day 2016

May 10, 2016

Multiple events provide environmental awareness on Climate Action Day More...

PEA Breaks Ground for New Center for Theater and Dance

April 27, 2016

Construction of new 63,000-square-foot center starts. More...

Relay for Life

April 18, 2016

Annual Relay for Life remembers loved ones affected by cancer More...

BV Basketball Ranked No. 1 in State

April 11, 2016

Record of success for boys basketball program More...

Experience Exeter

April 11, 2016

Newly-admitted students visit PEA as they decide whether to attend More...

Exonians Gain National Honors in Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

March 24, 2016

Alex Zhang awarded Gold Portfolio, the competition's top honor. Others receive medals for individual works. More...

Meet an Exonian: Mykel Miller '16

March 23, 2016

Gaining perspective by working with children. More...

Family Weekend 2016

October 21, 2016 - October 24, 2016

2016 Family Weekend October 21 – 24. More...

Meet an Exonian: Kevin Zhen ’16

March 18, 2016

Finding “Home” at Exeter More...

Meet an Exonian: Kyra Dawkins '16

March 18, 2016

Class leads to term abroad in Ghana More...

Meet an Exonian: Devin Schroeder ’16

March 17, 2016

Day student delights in opportunities at Exeter. More...

Meet an Exonian: Carissa Chen '17

March 15, 2016

Seeing others through an artist’s eyes. More...

Meet an Exonian: Steve Cerrone '16

March 14, 2016

Steve Cerrone finds release and balance in athletics More...

Meet an Exonian: Melanie Duenas '17

March 12, 2016

Jack Kent Cooke scholar, is grateful for the foundation’s help in selecting and financing an experiential travel program More...

Meet an Exonian: Charis Edwards '17

March 11, 2016

The power of performance. More...

Meet an Exonian: Tim Han '18

March 11, 2016

Tim Han '18 enjoys Harkness debate while pursuing a classical diploma More...

Winter Athletic Season Coming to a Close

February 29, 2016

Strong E/A results last weekend. Tournament games coming up this week on Exeter Live. More...

'Into the Woods' Played to Comic Perfection

February 26, 2016

Stephen Sondheim musical showcases talented cast and crew. More...

“We All Bleed Red” Opens in the Academy Building

January 29, 2016

Opening reception: 8-9 p.m., Friday, Jan. 29. Reception will include student performances and a screening of The Phillips Exeter Screen Tests, a video by Callan Mallone ’15. More...

Exonians Observe an Octopus, and Chef, for Reporter-at-Large Assignment

January 20, 2016

Students observe a chef at work, in preparation for a writing assignment inspired by The New Yorker. More...

MLK Day 2016: At the Crossroads of Liberation, Oppression and Solidarity

January 18, 2016

Highlights include a keynote by Gyasi Ross; panel discussion with Sandra Guzman, Dr. Sami Atif, Jamelle Bouie, Darby Henry ’13 and Lorella Praeli; and student performances. More...

Jason Kang ’12 and Daniel Yu ’11 Make the Forbes 30 Under 30

January 5, 2016

Among the 'brightest young entrepreneurs, breakout talents and change agents' of 2016. More...

Meet an Exonian: Chris Vazan ’16

December 29, 2015

Discovering a love of conducting at PEA. More...

Happy Holidays!

December 21, 2015

Students, faculty and staff share their wishes with you this holiday season. More...

Dr. Joel Christensen Speaks on the Function of Apocalyptic Narrative

December 09, 2015

Visiting scholar will focus on Ancient Greek and modern narratives. Free public lecture, Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. More...

Students Explore New York, Bahamas, Alabama and Arizona Over the Break

December 4, 2015

Fall break leads to opportunities for experiential learning. More...

D.C. Deputy Mayor for Education Jennie Niles Speaks as Bragdon Fellow

November 30, 2015

Bragdon Fellow Jennie Niles '84 speaks on the importance of equality in education More...

Volleyball New England Champs Two Years in a Row

November 24, 2015

Volleyball girls come from behind to take New England trophy vs. Loomis. More...

Love. Honor. Betrayal. Revenge. Blood Wedding Goes Up on Fisher Theater Main Stage

November 22, 2015

Multidisciplinary collaboration brings to life the dark story of a love triangle and feuding families. More...

Screening of 'Ellis,' a Film Exploring Immigration and Memory

November 18, 2015

Film by Paris-born artist JR accompanied by creative works and performances by PEA students. Friday, Nov. 20, 7-8 p.m. Free and open to the public. More...

PEA Hosts New Hampshire’s First Official Rubik’s Cube Competition

November 16, 2015

More than 80 competitors gather to speedcube at an event organized by students. More...

E/A Games Showcase PEA Athletes

November 14, 2015

E/A games a compliment to both schools' athletic programs More...

E/A Games This Weekend: 2015 Fall Preview/Schedule

November 9, 2015

E/A Games at Exeter on Nov. 14, 2015 More...

Halloween High Jinks

October 30, 2015

Students compete in their Halloween costumes. More...

Human Rights Activist Eric Rosenthal ’81 Receives 2015 John Phillips Award

October 19, 2015

Rosenthal, the founder and executive director of Disability Rights International, has spent more than 20 years advocating for the rights of people with disabilities worldwide. More...

Leading with Empathy

October 14, 2015

Student Listeners provide valuable support to students who 'often feel most comfortable first talking with peers, rather than adults,' says Connie Morse, the program coordinator. More...

Joyce Tseng '16 Wins Diving Bronze at Asian Championship

October 6, 2015

PEA's Tseng bronze medal winner for synchronized diving in Asian Games. More... asiaswimmingfederation.org

Blue Heron Choir Performs Choral Music from the 15th Century

October 13, 2015

Hosted by Gilbert Concert Series. Tuesday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. More...

Sun Shines on Academy Life Day

September 28, 2015

Students get a break from classes to have fun and cement friendships. More...

Fall Sports Season Kicks Off

September 22, 2015

Fall athletic season off and running More...

Art by Molly Bolan '15 and Carissa Chen '17 Selected for Prestigious National Showcase

September 15, 2015

Only 25 artworks chosen from across the nation. More...

Opening Assembly Starts Off the School Year

September 11, 2015

Watch the full event, including Principal MacFarlane’s first opening-of-school address to the community. More...

Alex Wei ’16 Receives Gold at International Olympiad in Informatics

August 24, 2015

322 students from 83 countries competed. More...

“The Narrative Impulse: Portraits and Their Stories”

August 17, 2015

Works by Keliy Anderson-Staley, Kate Gridley, Nancy Grace Horton, W. Case Jernigan, Diane Sullivan and Itay Ziv on view at Lamont Gallery Sept. 8-Oct. 17, 2015. More...

Summer School Students Head Home

August 7, 2015

Highlights from the summer, including a short video. More...

Alex Song ’15 Breaks IMO Record with Five Golds

July 21, 2015

Song takes first place in IMO Hall of Fame; Canadian teammate Kevin Sun ’16 also gains gold. More...

First Place Win for Divya Bade ’17 at FBLA Nationals

July 13, 2015

New business club makes its mark with two national awards and strong team support. More...

Creativity Cluster Builds on Successes

July 8, 2015

Three-course design cluster taught by Stanford faculty introduces maker lab and new teachers. More...

Why Does Exeter Matter?

June 29, 2015

Students talk about the Exeter difference. More...

Summer School Welcomes 775 Students, Launches Transition Program for PEA-Bound Ninth-Graders

June 19, 2015

Exeter Math Institute takes Harkness math teaching abroad for the first time. More...

MVPs for Spring Season 2015

June 15, 2015

Spring season ends on high note with three New England champs! More...

Alex Song ’15, Kevin Sun ’16 Place in Top 12 at USAMO

May 28, 2015

Winners and honorable mention winners at USAMO/USAMJO competitions. More...

Three New England Tournament Champs and E/A Preview

May 22, 2015

Get ready for spring E/A games at home More...

Exeter Arts and E/A Games this Weekend

May 21, 2015

'Caucasian Chalk Circle,' Super Studio, EAR concert and E/A games. More...

“Super Studio”

May 14, 2015 - June 7, 2015

Highly inventive works include fashion, 3-D design, painting, ceramics and photography. On view: May 14-June 7, 2015. More...

Yehudi Wyner Joins the Vaverka Trio for an Evening of Brahms, Beethoven and Wyner

May 12, 2015

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Wyner performs with Eva Gruesser, violin, Dimitar Petkov, viola, and Mark Schroeder, cello. More...

Principal's Day

April 30, 2015

A day to relax and enjoy ice cream. More...

Strong Outing by Chess Club at USCF Nationals

May 1, 2015

PEA checkmates competition at first Nationals event in Columbus, Ohio. More...

Exeter in India

April 23, 2015

During March break, 10 students and two teachers spent 12 unforgettable days in India, exploring history, religions, culture, education and village life. More...

Relay for Life: Energy, Enthusiasm and Teamwork
By Michaela Morris ’15

April 17, 2015

Crowds converge on Love Gym to honor cancer victims, survivors and families. More...

Bringing Civil War History to Life

April 16, 2015

Exonians travel to Gettysburg over spring break for a five-day immersion in Civil War history. More...

Gilbert Concert Series Trio Performs “Love Songs of Robert Schumann”

April 14, 2015

Martha Guth, soprano, Tyler Duncan, baritone, and Erika Switzer, piano, perform April 14, at 7 p.m. More...

Winter Season MVPs Key to Teams' Success

April 15, 2015

MVPs talk about their season. More...

PEA Students Receive Prestigious 2015 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards

April 4, 2015

Six national medalists; 60 pieces recognized at regional and national levels. More...

"Experience Exeter" Welcomes Accepted Students

March 30, 2015

300 future Exonians and their families visit campus. More...

Big Red Bloggers: Why I Chose Exeter

March 23, 2015

'For me, what set Exeter apart were the people,' writes Rex, an 11th-grader from the District of Columbia, remembering why he chose PEA. More...

PEA Musicians Wow Concertgoers in Vietnam on “Peace and Innovation” Tour

March 31, 2015

'I have never heard a group of teenagers reach such a standard,' writes a concertgoer. 'It was of London concert hall standard.' More...

Welcome, Future Exonians!

March 10, 2015

'This year’s admitted boys and girls stand out for their creative talent, diversity, and the large number who hold leadership positions,' says Director of Admissions Michael Gary. More...

Let It Snow

March 2, 2015

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Exeter Arts this Weekend: Dance Company Salutes the Visual Arts and Vietnam Music Tour

February 24, 2015

Original choreography brings to life master works from Greco-Roman sculpture to cubism. Delight in the mix of American, European and Vietnamese music in the Vietnam tour preview concert. More...

A Diplomatic Success at Model UN Conference

February 23, 2015

Hard work pays off as PEA travels to Philadelphia for Model UN Conference More...

Exeter Arts this Weekend: 'Once on This Island,' a Tropical Tale of Love

February 19, 2015

An orphaned peasant girl in the French Antilles falls in love with an aristocratic islander. More...

Team Depth Keeps BV Hockey Top of New England Rankings

February 12, 2015

BV Hockey's strong record bodes well for post-season More...

PEA Launches Climate Action Day

February 11, 2015

Bill McKibben and a host of climate science experts lead interactive workshops. More...

Vietnamese Musician and Composer Vân-Ánh Võ to Perform

January 22, 2015

Võ performs traditional Vietnamese folk tunes and a fusion of Vietnamese and Western music. Friday, Feb. 6, at 7 p.m. More...

Henrich '15 First to Reach 1,000-Point Basketball Milestone

January 22, 2015

Courtney Henrich reaches 1,000-point milestone in the win against Deerfield Academy. More... nhnotebook.com

MLK Day: Musician John Forté ’93 Sings Story of Redemption

January 16, 2015

'On this day, let’s think. Let’s ask questions. Let’s listen. Let’s talk,' says Forté. More...

Lamont Poet Simon Armitage to Read

February 02, 2015

U.K.-based writer, musician and filmmaker will give a public poetry reading and discuss his poems with the prep class. More...

Tournaments Keep Basketball, Hockey Competing Over Break

January 12, 2015

Basketball and hockey tournament results More...

Exonians Make Forbes’ 30 Under 30

January 9, 2015

The 'greatest gathering of young game changers, movers and makers,' says Forbes of its 30 Under 30 celebration. More...

MLK Day to Feature Musician John Forté ’93 and Human Rights Activist Bryan Stevenson

January 16, 2015

Highlights include a keynote performance by Forté; workshops with Bryan Stevenson and Carlton Mackey; an oratorio by English Instructor Todd Hearon; discussions of racial justice; and a student performance of dance, music and poetry. More...

Lamont Gallery Explores the Urge to Collect with “Open House: A Portrait of Collecting”

January 19, 2015 - February 28, 2015

On View: Monday, Jan. 19 to Saturday, Feb. 28, 2015. Opening Reception: Friday, Jan. 23, 5-7 p.m. More...

Dr. Margaret Hamburg, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner, Talks Health and Public Service

January 1, 2015

Bragdon Fellow encouraged Exonians to build on their passions and help others More...

Video Selections from the Holiday Concert

December 22, 2014

Enjoy the holidays with music performed by more than 250 students in 8 ensembles. More...

Architects Announced for New Center for Theater and Dance

December 18, 2014

Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, National Medal of Arts winners, start work on the new center's design. More...

EveryONE: A Week for Exeter: Brooks Saltonstall ’15

December 5, 2014

'There are thousands of ways to define yourself as a person here. Exeter encourages you to figure out what you like and what you want to do.' More...

EveryONE: A Week for Exeter: Marley Jenkins ’15

December 4, 2014

'The quality of coaching and emphasis on strategy is at such a high level.' More...

EveryONE: A Week for Exeter: Giorgio Secondi, Instructor in Economics and History

December 3, 2014

'I’ve always thought of education as something that has to be a 24/7 process.' More...

EveryONE: A Week for Exeter: Lazaro Cesar '15

December 2, 2014

'At Exeter, you have to be courageous enough to be vulnerable. You have to ask for help.' More...

EveryONE: A Week for Exeter: Natasha Lim '15

December 1, 2014

'Harkness has made me less afraid to make mistakes and to be open to different interpretations of things that used to be set in stone.' More...

Musicianship and Kindness: Pianist Sean Chen’s Visit to Campus

November 20, 2014

An Exonian recounts his experience playing for and talking to "superstar" pianist Sean Chen, a Gilbert Concert Series performer. More...

Volleyball, X-C Are New England Champs

November 18, 2014

Two teams finish on top at their New England tournaments. More...

Celebrating the Bard’s 450th Birthday

November 17, 2014

World premiere of Caliban in After-Life, scenes from King Lear, Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, Macbeth and Hamlet, and Shakespeare-inspired music. More...

Fall Performing Arts: Twelfth Night, Dance Ensemble Concert

November 12, 2014

Fall performances: a bit of the Bard and a water-themed dance exploration. More...

Jill Abramson, Former New York Times Executive Editor, to Speak

November 12, 2014

'Journalism During a Troubled Transition' on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. More...

Fall 2014 Exeter/Andover Games Come to a Close

November 8, 2014

A competitive slate of games at Andover finishes PEA's fall athletic season More...

E/A Games This Weekend: 2014 Fall Preview and Schedule

November 8, 2014

See how the teams have performed this season, and check out game times. More...

Creatively Costumed Students Celebrate Halloween

October 31, 2014

Halloween assembly taken over by ghouls and goblins More...

Aimee Nezhukumatathil to Read her Poetry

November 05, 2014

Opens the 2014–15 Lamont Poetry Series with a free, public reading on Wednesday, Nov. 5, at 7:30 p.m. More...

Exeter Honors Professor, Environmental Law Draftsman Milton Heath Jr. ’45

October 20, 2014

Milton Heath Jr. ’45 receives the 2014 John Phillips Award More...

Polo’s Strong Defense Stymies Opponents

October 20, 2014

PEA polo relies on defense to turbocharge their offense More...

Inviting, New Look for Elm Street Dining Hall

October 15, 2014

Dining Services launches new meal choices. More...

Strudel to Sushi: International Day

October 10, 2014

'It’s such a fun day because it represents how diverse Exeter is,' says Philip, a senior. More...

Van Cliburn Finalist Chen to Perform

October 28, 2014

Pianist Sean Chen, recently named one of the “30 under 30” pianists to watch by International Piano magazine, will perform a free public concert on Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. in Phillips Church. More...

Dramat Kicks off a New Season

October 6, 2014

Dramat’s three co-heads share a vision of increased participation for a student-run club that is already one of the largest on campus. Read about the personal impact of their experiences in Exeter’s performing arts. More...

Princeton Classics Professor Joshua Katz Will Talk on Hieroglyphics

October 01, 2014

'Ancient Egypt and its Hieroglyphs' on Wednesday, Oct. 1 More...

Getting to Know You: Academy Life Day

September 23, 2014

A break from classes and homework. More...

Sports Teams Getting Ready for Fall Season

September 10, 2014

Teams hard at work getting ready for fall season More...

Students Return to Campus

September 2, 2014

Check out advice to new PEA students ... from PEA's social media channels. More...

Opening Assembly Starts the School Year

August 29, 2014

Miss the live broadcast? You can watch it now. More...

Lamont Gallery Hosts “Self Made,” Showcasing Works by Cole, Kalman, Mendes and Misenheimer

August 28, 2014

On view September 8 to October 18, 2014. Opening Reception: Friday, September 26, 5-7 p.m. More...

Meet Aliki: Collaborative Learning and New Experiences

August 17, 2014

Aliki loves Harkness, biology labs and discovering new friends and experiences. More...

Meet Charles: from Ghana to Exeter

August 11, 2014

'Exeter is bringing the youth of countries together,' says Charles, who lives in a SOS Children’s village outside of Accra. 'Exeter is helping me gather the tools I need to make a change in my country.' More...

Meet Giulia: Creativity and Confidence

August 5, 2014

Giulia loves filmmaking and theater, and feels that Harkness learning has increased her confidence. More...

Meet Sabih: Robotics and Friendship

July 31, 2014

Profile of Sabih, a Summer School student from Pakistan, who loves robotics and wishes he could 'ship the entire campus over to Karachi.' More...

Lamont Gallery Hosts “Justice: Faces of the Human Rights Revolution” Exhibition by Photographer Mariana Cook

June 25, 2014 - July 31, 2014

The exhibit features over 50 portraits of fighters for justice—judges, lawyers, politicians, sociologists, anthropologists, clergymen, physicians and writers. More...

Summer School Welcomes 784 Students, Launches New Creativity Cluster with Stanford University

July 1, 2014

High school students choose from over 100 courses in 15 subjects. Middle School students select from 6 academic clusters. More...

20th Annual JV Baseball vs. Facilities Management Game

June 17, 2014

Annual softball game/cookout between JV baseball team and Facilities Management staff More...

Spring Season Rewards Athletes and Fans

June 3, 2014

Spring sports teams wrap up their season on a high note More...

Spring Dance Company Concert: Global Explorations Through Movement

June 10, 2014

From traditional Hawaiian Hula to contemporary Chinese influences. More...

Congratulations to Trio of New England Champs

May 28, 2014

Three PEA teams place first at New England tournaments More...

Exeter Arts: The Mahabharata and More

May 22, 2014

Indian epic with a screenplay developed by Director Sarah Ream. More...

Honoring Earlier Educators - Students and Instructors Share a Love of Learning

May 27, 2014

Honoring Earlier Educators celebrates former teachers of Exeter students. More...

Upcoming Andover Games Final Test of 2014 Season

May 21, 2014

Spring 2014 Exeter/Andover games put a wrap on athletics season More...

Advanced Debate Team of Four Takes 1st place at Final Tournament

May 20, 2014

Debate club wins overall school award and individual awards during invitational tournament More...

'Making a Difference' on 'NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams' Profiles Jeffrey Reppucci ‘09

May 14, 2014

Holy Cross valedictorian transforms underserved neighborhoods around the world. More...

Hunger Banquet Raises Awareness About Income Inequality

May 19, 2014

Students experience the eating conditions of the very poor, the rich and those in between in an interesting dining hall experience designed and run by the Cor Unum Club. More...

Ceramics Class Throws Its Weight Behind “Bring A Mug!” Sustainability Program

May 9, 2014

Students create ceramic mugs to help Grill's sustainability program More...

Claudio Cambon '85: “Finding Order in Chaos Through Beauty”

April 24, 2014

Photographer and translator Claudio Cambon '85 shares a visual journey of his explorations in Bangladesh, Maine and Mexico. More...

Today is Principal's Day!

April 24, 2014

Students get a day off from classes. More...

Phillips Exeter Academy Welcomes Artist William Wegman

April 24, 2014

Slide talk Thursday, May 1 at 7 p.m. in Assembly Hall. Wegman will work with art students during the day. More...

Exeter Explorations 2014: Bringing New Perspectives Back to Campus

April 22, 2014

Students and faculty travel to China, Italy, Utah and Los Angeles during spring break. More...

Phillips Exeter Academy Hosts Lamont Poet W. S. Di Piero

April 30, 2014

Di Piero, whose works include 'Tombo,' 'Nitro Nights' and 'City Dog,' will read from his works on Wednesday, April 30, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. More...

Economics Team Places 1st at Harvard Pre-Collegiate Economics Competition

April 18, 2014

Seniors Leigh Marie Braswell, Ravi Jagadeesan, Myunghyun Lee and Max Sak triumph in HPEC's quiz bowl. More...

Cool Spring Doesn't Dampen Athletes' Excitement

April 16, 2014

Spring athletic season 2014 off and running More...

Jazz Brunch Hits High Notes
By Michaela Morris '15

April 14, 2014

Paris-themed Jazz Brunch continues string of hits from Dining Services. More...

“I Drew My Family”: Syrian Refugees Paint their Despair

April 9, 2014

Metincan Suran ’15 curates an exhibit of artwork by young Syrian refugees. Suran worked with the youngsters in a refugee camp over winter break. The exhibit is on display in Lamont Gallery from April 11 - May 3, 2014. More...

Chess Club Checkmates the Competition

April 6, 2014

Chess Club has great outing at New Hampshire tournament More...

ESSO Fair Trade Exeter Club Receives Certification Diploma

April 2, 2014

ESSO Fair Trade Exeter Club works to bring fair trade products and awareness to campus. More...

"Experience Exeter" Welcomes Future Exonians

April 4, 2014

PEA welcomes future Exonians and their families to campus. More...

Exonians Sing with Grammy Award-Winning Roomful of Teeth

March 28, 2014

“We go into old-growth forests of singing,” says Brad Wells, founder and director of Roomful of Teeth, to describe the 8-voice ensemble’s music. Those old growths include Tuvan throat singing, yodeling and belting. More...

Phillips Exeter’s Gilbert Concert Series Welcomes 2014 Grammy Award-Winning Octet, Roomful of Teeth

March 25, 2014

The vocal ensemble will lead a two-day residency of workshops and a concert performance. More...

Welcome, Future Exonians!

March 10, 2014

'This admissions season was the most selective in my 12 years at the Academy,' says Director of Admissions Michael Gary. 'The admitted boys and girls are an enthusiastic, accomplished, creative and diverse group who come from around the world.' More...

“What’s My Day Like?” Welcomes Tierra ‘16

March 16, 2014

Discover how Tierra – who plays the cello, dances in Exeter’s all-girls step team and loves math – thrives in Exeter’s diverse culture More...

Kids Karnival Brings Joy, Builds Community
By Michaela Morris ’15

March 5, 2014

Kids Karnival is always a hit with families. More...

Exeter Arts this Weekend: Storytelling Through Dance, Vocal and Concerto Competitions

February 28, 2014 - March 1, 2014

Performers and choreographers explore a range of themes. More...

Hedrick Smith – “Utilizing Opportunities of Leadership”

March 3, 2014

Pulitzer Prize- and Emmy Award-winning journalist Hedrick Smith, author of Who Stole the American Dream?, is enlisting members of the millennial generation to help 'fix what’s broken about America.”' More...

Mock Trial Heads to Nationals for Third Consecutive Year
By Walter Stahr ’75

February 21, 2014

Three Exeter teams head to the state competition. Team A makes it to the nationals, beating out traditional powerhouse Bishop Guertin. Team B makes it to semifinals. More...

PEA Celebrates Year of the Horse

February 17, 2014

Lunar New Year celebrated with Asian food, fortune-telling and calligraphy More...

Winter E/A Games

February 19, 2014

Exeter takes on Andover to wrap up winter season. More...

Studs Terkel’s Working Goes Up on Fisher Theater Mainstage

February 14, 2014

Working goes up February 12-16. Directed by Rob Richards with musical direction by Jean Strazdes, it features 24 characters based directly on interviews by Terkel of working men and women, and is supported by a large ensemble of singers and dancers. More...

Be My Valentine

February 14, 2014

Valentine's Day fills student mail boxes with gifts from home and notes from friends More...

Passing It Forward

February 11, 2014

Students ask, 'If you could find anything in the world around the corner, what would it be?' More...

Peter Georgescu: “Constantly Making the Choice of Good Over Evil”

February 4, 2014

Arrested by the Stalin Communist police at age 10 and sent to work in a labor camp for 5 years, Peter Georgescu today remains an optimist who believes in choosing to do good. More...

'Empowering Portraits'

February 3, 2014

Inspired by the work of French photographer J R, PEA advanced photography students took large-scale photos of PEA employees. 'Empowering Portraits' is on display in the Academy Library. Opening Reception February 9, 6:30 p.m. More...

Girls Basketball: "I've Never Been on a Closer Team!"

January 30, 2014

GV Basketball success the result of experience and unselfish play More...

Democracy of Sound (Exeter) Club Hosts Collaborative Concert

By Michaela Morris '15

January 27, 2014

Students perform experimental, collaborative music throughout Fisher Theater, and turn the distinction between performer and audience on its head. More...

Debate Society Impresses at Their Last Tournament

January 23, 2014

Debate Society celebrates successful tournament hosted by Choate More...

Exeter Observes MLK Day

January 20, 2014

A day of workshops and performances honor the slain civil rights leader More...

Winter Sports Shift into High Gear

January 10, 2014

Winter sports season shifts into high gear with holiday breaks over More...

Video Selections from the Holiday Concert

December 20, 2013

Enjoy the holidays with selections from the annual Holiday Concert. More...

Poetry Unleashed

January 6, 2014

Poetry was in full view fall term—written on windows and blackboards, on a huge magnetic board outside Lamont Gallery, splayed across Academy Library surfaces and even rolled onto the platen of an old manual typewriter. More...

Exeter Volunteers in the Holiday Spirit

December 29, 2013

Students, faculty and staff volunteer time to support community charities More...

Dr. Lucy Mathen: Second Sight - Curing Blindness in Northern India

December 16, 2013

After more than 250K eye surgeries and almost 13 years, Second Sight – a nonprofit organization created in 2000 by ophthalmologist Lucy Mathen - is forging ahead with its mission to cure cataract blindness in India. More...

Fall Dance Company Concert: Science Gets Rhythm

December 5, 2013

Movement explodes at Fisher Theater Main Stage this weekend when the Fall Dance Company Concert features original works examining scientific and mathematical principles. More...

Student-Run Model U.N. Conference Teaches Real World Skills

November 22, 2013

PEA's Model U.N. club successfully hosts 13 schools for M.U.N. Conference More...

Climate Change: A Generation’s Defining Challenge

November 19, 2013

Ardent environmentalist Tom Steyer ’75 talks to students about climate change. More...

Halloween Ghouls and Goblins Are Here

October 29, 2013

Halloween Assembly brings out the "ghouls" and boys for costume contest More...

"The Uncomfort Zone"

November 1, 2013

New Line Cinema development chief Sam Brown '92 found happiness and a greater sense of accomplishment after tapping into what he describes as his 'uncomfort zone.' More...

Giving New Life to Frankenstein

October 21, 2013

Fisher Theater mainstage will be alight with awe for an original adaptation of Frankenstein, based on Mary Shelley’s classic 1818 novel. Austin Tichenor's adaptation has a keen eye to the themes of Shelley’s book, and a penchant for horror. More...

Children’s Center Celebrates the Release of Monarch Butterflies

October 2, 2013

Preschoolers watch with amazement as their butterflies, bred from egg to adult in a butterfly tank, fly off More...

From a Japanese Physics Lab to the Arctic: Exonians Learn Around the World

September 26, 2013

Students embark on exciting summer experiential learning opportunities More...

Welcome, Students!

September 4, 2013

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PEA Employees Volunteer at Seacoast Locations

August 29, 2013

'Community Connection Day' devoted to connecting and community service More...

Follow Alan Guo ’14 Aboard the Polar Icebreaker USCGC Healy

August 26, 2013

Summer experiential learning project takes Exonian to the Arctic More...

Summer School Celebrates Diverse Cultures
By Leela Woody '13

August 08, 2013

International Day is a huge hit with students More...

Phillips Exeter Academy Graduate and Junior to Compete in Global Math Competition

June 24, 2013

Ray Li '13 selected for U.S. IMO team. Three others rank in top twelve nationally at USAMO. More...

Senior Bookmarks Turn 20!

June 4, 2013

37 seniors share their favorite books More...

Lion's Eye Favorite: Girls Win President and Vice President StuCo Seats

August 1, 2013

Alice Ju ’14 and Emily Lemmerman ’15 usher in the first female president/vice president team in Exeter history. Benj Cohen ’15 will be secretary. More...

'The Cripple of Inishmaan' Goes up on the Main Stage

May 23, 2013

Senior Acting Ensemble presents this black comedy that unfolds off the west coast of Ireland when a Hollywood crew arrives to make a documentary of life on the Aran Islands. More...

Relay for Life: “I knew this was a cause I would spend the rest of my life fighting for.”

May 20, 2013

PEA's Relay for Life brought together students, faculty and staff to remember and celebrate friends and family members affected by cancer More...

Baseball Making a Pitch for Post-Season

May 10, 2013

Get the lowdown on BV baseball's ongoing season More...

From Spirituals to Schubert

April 12, 2013

“This tour was an artist’s dream,” says cellist Ja-Hon ’13 of the 6-day Spring Tour that took 40 members of Exeter’s Concert Choir and Chamber Orchestra first to snowy Cambridge, MA, then on to a less snowy New York. Watch video highlights. More...

Phillips Exeter Concert Choir and Chamber Orchestra Spring Tour

March 07, 2013 - March 24, 2013

Performances in Cambridge, MA; New York, NY; and Exeter More...

This Weekend: 'Little Women'

February 21, 2013

See pictures from PEA's winter 2013 musical More...

Exeter Arts this Weekend: Love and Lots More

February 16, 2012

It’s love this weekend with the student production of 'Beauty and the Beast,' a fitting end to a week that started with Valentine’s Day. More...

Greek Tragedy Week Takes on Antigone: Timeless and Modern

December 12, 2011

Campuswide collaboration leads to a week of performances, seminars, assembly and classroom discussions with visiting scholars Dr. Emily Greenwood and Ellen McLaughlin More...

Judd Gregg ’65: Public Service in a Complex World

October 17, 2011

Gregg visited Exeter as a Bragdon Fellow to speak about public service More...