School Statistics

The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school.  Student-centered, hands-on learning prepare students for the global community in which they will live and work.

Located between Philadelphia and New York City, The Hun School of Princeton is nestled on an idyllic forty-five acre campus, less than two miles from downtown Princeton and Princeton University.  Students in grades six through a post-graduate year comprise a student body of 635, representing a diverse blend of nationalities, races, religions, and traditions.  The Hun School is home to 150 resident students from across the country and world. 

By the Numbers

1914   Founded
638, 553, 85 Students enrolled, Upper School and Middle School
150, 33 Resident students, resident faculty 
140 Available courses
100 Faculty and administration           
100 Percentage of students participating in at least one of the School’s 54 clubs
97 Members of Student Government
96 Percentage of surveyed parents who report their child is positively impacted
89, 46, 43
Teaching faculty, female, male
66 Percentage of faculty who hold advanced degrees
54, 15, 46       Clubs, interscholastic sports, teams        
52, 45,1.5          Distances from New York City, Philadelphia, Downtown Princeton          
48 Presidential Scholars in the Class of 2014
45          Campus acres            
30         Percentage of students receiving financial aid
27        Students from the Class of 2014 inducted to its Cum Laude Society
27 Scholar-athletes in the Class of 2014 who will compete in NCAA collegiate athletics       
23, 18  Foreign home countries and home states of boarding students           
17 Advanced Placement classes offered
15 Dormitory Proctors
14  Counselors and deans
13      Alumni working at The Hun School
12
Interdisciplinary classes offered      
13 Average class size
 7 Science laboratories
5 Faculty who are published authors
2, 1 Van de Graaff generators, blue 1,000 milliwatt laser
1:7 Student: faculty ratio
$12,500 ESL Program tuition
$18,500 Academic Learning Skills Program tuition
$36,550 Day student tuition
$53,150 Resident student tuition

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