The Hun School has a long tradition of providing students with a rich and challenging academic program and with the individual attention necessary for each student to succeed. The information provided on this portion of our website is designed give you an idea of the scope of our curricular and extra-curricular offerings and the quality of our faculty.

Faculty Spotlight

  • The Privilege to Teach – Patricia Garrison

    Faculty member Patricia Garrison regards teaching with reverence and appreciation, and she believes that working with students is her privilege.
    Posted April 27, 2015

    Veteran faculty member Patricia Garrison is an educational leader at The Hun School of Princeton. As a former Faculty Endowed Chair from 2008 – 2010, former member of the Academic Learning Skills Program, seminar teacher, and current Chair of the Interdisciplinary Department, Mrs. Garrison has touched many students’ lives directly and indirectly. Over the years her name has become synonymous on campus with warmth and unfaltering compassion.

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  • Ted Shaffner Models Adaptability to Meet Students’ Individual Needs

    Hun School faculty member Ted Shaffner models adaptability to meet students’ individual needs.
    Posted February 27, 2015

    Prior to becoming an English teacher, Ted Shaffner enjoyed a decade-long career in professional and educational theatre. Both as a director and actor, Mr. Shaffner employed lessons of improvisation and adaptability to infuse energy into scenes and to move the creative process forward. Following successful engagements at the Lincoln Center in New York City, Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., and Playmaker’s Repertory Company in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, Mr. Shaffner embraced his growing passion for teaching and was lured from the stage to the classroom. Over the past eleven years, he has drawn from his experiences in theatre to craft English curriculum that supports adaptability and risk taking in order that students stretch themselves to become better writers, more engaged listeners, and active participants of discovery. At The Hun School of Princeton, Mr. Shaffner has established a reputation for his enthusiasm for English, but also more broadly for education.

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  • David Smith: For the Love of Teaching

    Posted January 21, 2015

    Hun Middle School mathematics teacher David Smith loves teaching. His enthusiasm is evident by the energy he displays in the classroom, the creative math lessons he orchestrates, and the way he coaches Middle School athletics. He focuses on creating experiences for his students that lead to their growth as scholars and as people. In response, his students will tell you they are motivated by his approach and the way he encourages them to take control of their own experiences.

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  • Hun School Faculty Member Ryan Brown Performs at Carnegie Hall

    Hun School faculty member Ryan Brown performed Handel’s Messiah at Carnegie Hall during the winter break.
    Posted January 5, 2015

    Hun School faculty member Ryan Brown sang Handel’s Messiah on Thursday, December 18th at Carnegie Hall with The Masterwork Chorus and Orchestra. Mr. Brown was invited to perform with the volunteer choir based in Morristown, New Jersey by Maestro Andrew Megill and Associate Conductor Sun Min Lee, to add depth to the bass section. Maestro Andrew Megill conducted the performance in his final appearance with The Masterwork Chorus.

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  • Hun School Parents’ Association Presents Faculty Grant for Special Projects

    Hun School faculty members Anne Soos, Tiberiu Dragoiu-Luca, and Dana Radanovic were awarded Faculty Grants from the Parents’ Association to pursue special projects.
    Posted December 1, 2014

    The Hun School is proud to announce that faculty members Tiberiu Dragoiu-Luca, Dana Radanovic, and Anne Soos have been awarded 2014 Faculty Grants. Each year, The Hun School Parents’ Association provides financial support to aid specially designated projects through the Faculty Grants program. Faculty members submitted proposals this fall, which were reviewed by a committee of parent volunteers who ultimately selected three projects to fund.

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Contact Us

Dr. Katharin Kiefer
Dean of Faculty
(609) 921-7600 ext. 2257