Anonymous
map-marker Parsippany, New Jersey

Fund Raiser Pingry Review

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Horrible experience. Pingry only cares about BIG donation. If you do not contribute financially ( not including tuition) sibling will be passed on. Give more, get more privileges.
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Georgio Saf
map-marker Bernards, New Jersey

Pingry School Faculty Excels in Undermining Children of the 1%

There are so many reports and complaints about The Pingry School. All go unaddressed. Read the complaints. There are complaints of a teacher sexually abusing students. There is a complaint of teachers discriminating against female students. There are complaints about students being sent to psychiatrists for the wrong reason. There are complaints that this does so much more harm than good. There are complaints that the psychiatrists are verbally abusive to the students. There are complaints of drugs and alcohol used by faculty. There are complaints of faculty and principals taking bribes for grades. There are complaints of generalized bullying. There is organized chaos at the school. There are also complaints that nothing ever gets done about any of it and those are most chilling of them all. I can tell you what I think is going on. The Pingry School faculty excels at one thing only: undermining the rich children of the 1%. That is what is happening. The faculty likes undercutting students whose parents are doing better than they are. There are Socialist sympathizers working there. They are unified in the way the students are mistreated. It's all for a purpose. The purpose is to bring the students down. The children will be the leaders of business of tomorrow. The Pingry Faculty wants to wreck their selfworth any way they can. There is a whole tradition at the school of working against not for the students. It's personal resentment of the Have Nots on the faculty posing as education. Their goal is to hurt the rich children. If it wasn't something would have been done to stop all this by now.
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