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Phillips Exeter Academy is a boarding school in Exeter, New Hampshire of approximately 1,000 students. Regarded as the most prestigious high school in the country, most notably for academics, Phillips Exeter Academy is renowned worldwide for its unique teaching method, “The Harkness Table.” The principal is based off the idea that the students are of such a high intellect that they are able to teach each other, and thus the teacher of the class simply acts as a moderator for the brilliant discussion which occurs. In simpler terms, the students are so smart they teach themselves and don’t need a teacher to tell them what to do. Students of PEA, known as Exonians, have an infamous rivalry with the students of Phillips Academy Andover, another East coast boarding school. Founded a few years earlier and with a slightly larger student body, Andover is normally considered the age old back up, or “safety school” to Exeter. There are many examples of the clashing between the two. Exeter Red/Andover Blue Exeter wins football, basketball, track…/Andover wins hockey Exeter accepts the most brilliant minds of the world/Andover accepts George W. Bush In essence, Exeter is the school for the distinctive minds of the United States and beyond. Unfortunately, Andover, and many of the East coast boarding schools, remain places for the children of the pompous rich to attend and survive on the graces of their parents. Exeter alumni continue to make innumerable contributions the world, be it donating a stadium to a lesser school such as Andover, or something as simple as the environmental contributions of alumnus Gifford Pinchot.
My son applied to Phillips Exeter Academy but was not accepted. So we’ll just end up sending him to Andover. I hope he doesn't come out too screwd up. The boy, described as “apish, moronic, alcoholic, and masturbated too often,” was a graduate of Phillips Academy Andover. While enjoying his birthday present of a position as “President of the United States,” he choked on a pretzel and was sent to the finest hospital in the land where an Exeter doctor watched over him.
A small, picturesque university city in southern England. Renowned for its rah population to rival Durham, Oxford and Cambridge. A lovely day out for all the family.
Tarquin: "Oh, bother. I didn't quite make it into my first choice university. Nevermind, I'll be jolly happy in Exeter!"
A person who constantly states how much superior they are to Andover.
That exeter always brings up facts about Exeter when talking about Andover.
A Township, in between Reading and Pottstown, Pennsylvania. This place is home to cookie cutter houses, a new shopping center, multiple golf courses, a music shop, and one of the largest Walmarts on the east coast, and still nothing to do. The high school is filled with the typical feelings of self-righteousness, accomplishment, and rebellion through idiocy. Most students have recognized the need to change, and moved on to better things, but others remain the same, and get nowhere. Known for accomplishments in Volleyball, Soccer, Hockey, and Marching Band; Rivals are Daniel Boone and Wilson.
Songs about Exeter:
Exeter, Rhode Island by Jennifer O'Connor from the Album Over The Mountain, Across The Valley and Back To The Stars
Thula Klizeo (Feat. Phillips Exeter Academy Choir) by Randy Armstrong from the Album Dinner On the Diner Disc 1
37 Exeter by Boombazi from the Album Boombazi [Explicit]
66 Exeter Street by Salo Panik from the Album Katrina 21
8th Earl of Exeter by Downtown Beat Society from the Album Dub For Rappers
Akiwowo (Feat. Phillips Exeter Academy Choir) by Randy Armstrong from the Album Dinner On the Diner Disc 1
Baedeker Raid on Exeter (4.5.1942) by Frank Gillard from the Album The Home Front: Archive Broadcast Recordings 1939-45
Books about Exeter:
Phlegon of Tralles' Book of Marvels (Exeter Studies in History) by William Hansen (Jan 1, 1997)
Exeter Girls: Letters from a Feeble-Minded School by Jason R Carpenter (Apr 16, 2014)
Exeter's Daughter (Signet Regency Romance) by Emma Lange (Aug 1, 1995)
Mondays on the Dark Night of the Moon: Himalayan Foothill Folktales (Exeter Studies in History) by Kirin Narayan and Urmila Devi Sood (Jun 19, 1997)
The Exeter Book Riddles by Kevin Crossley-Holland (Mar 2, 2009)
Exeter by Sidney Heath (Sep 18, 2014)
Nazism 1919-1945 Volume 4: The German Home Front in World War II: A Documentary Reader (University of Exeter Press... by Jeremy Noakes (Jan 6, 1998)
Movies about Exeter:
Exeter Anthology of Old English Poetry 2006 -
The Grand Organ Of Exeter Cathedral / Andrew Millington -
Eastleigh to Exeter -
Wiki information Exeter:
Exeter is a historic city in Devon, England. It lies within the ceremonial county of Devon, of which it is the county town as well as the home of Devon County Council. Currently the administrative area has the status of a non-metropolitan district,...
The University of Exeter is a public research university located in South West England, United Kingdom. The university was founded and received its Royal Charter in 1955, although its predecessor institutions, the Royal Albert Memorial College and...