Peter Ammirati '82
Prior to joining Solebury School in 1995, I left a banking job in NYC to become an intern for a US History professor at the Woodrow Wilson International Center in D.C. – and then became a Graduate Teaching Assistant at University of Wyoming where I focused on US History, anthropology, and American Indian studies. I grew up a mile from Solebury’s campus, watched my father teach here, and saw six siblings graduate.
Solebury is part of my DNA, and I love being a part of the school. I love the area – the river valley – and I love the campus. There is a beauty here that has always spoken to me powerfully. I appreciate the diversity, the kindness and the spirit of the student body and staff. It is a tremendous group of people from a multitude of backgrounds who live the ideals of the school. One of the things I love most about working at Solebury is that it is a place that values hard work, but never forgets that it is important to smile and to laugh throughout our days.