The first time I found myself in trouble at prep school, cross-legged in the office of the Exeter Dean of Residential Life, it wasn’t because of plagiarism or a drug bust or the “illegal visitation” of being caught in a boy’s dorm room during the wrong hours. It was because I’d written an op-ed for the Exonian …
Some cool lacrosse-playing prep school graduates from the Philadelphia Main Line were arrested Monday for starting a drug ring after police confiscated "a stockpile" of everything from drugs to guns to money around the Philadelphia region. Good use of a quality education.
Horace Mann, one of New York City's most prestigious high schools, has an idyllic 18-acre campus in the Bronx, a hefty list of influential alumni including Robert Caro and Eliot Spitzer, and — according to this weekend's New York Times Magazine cover story — a long, secret history of sexual abuse.
New York City's Trinity School is America's number one prep school. The institution is 300 years old, and, like most tony private schools, likes to keep any scandals, squabbles or controversies private. But as Nick Summers writes for The Daily Beast, the administration is facing an embarrassingly public dispute.
Hannah Friedman's Everything Sucks is billed as the anti-Gossip Girl, but it speaks to the same cultural obsession: a combined envy of and disgust for the very rich and very young.
NYC Prep's PC is supposed to be a real-life Gossip Girl character, but he's more like a real-life Bret Easton Ellis novel character: Rich, arrogant, and confused. On last night's episode, he invited the cameras into his therapy session.
Tatum Bass was the girl who had everything; she was popular, successful, and by most accounts, well-liked. But something ruined Tatum's experience at Miss Porter's School; a secret society she claims, known as the Oprichniki.