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Posted April 18, 2014
Students from The Hun School of Princeton’s Constitutional Law and Society class attended Governor Christie’s Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, April 15th in Somerset, New Jersey. The twelve students heard the Governor answer questions about the state budget, legislature, and campaign fundraising.
Posted April 17, 2014
On Wednesday, April 16th, Hun School scholar-athlete and Mercer County diving champion James Albanese signed a National Letter of Intent with the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where he will compete on their NCAA Division I diving team and attend their Honors College. James was joined by his mother and father Suzanne and Richard Albanese, Associate Director of Athletics Kathy Quirk, Director of Athletics William Quirk Jr., and Headmaster Jonathan Brougham as he signed his official letter on the National Signing Day.
Posted April 14, 2014
Seniors at The Hun School of Princeton are gearing up for Senior Capstone Projects. The projects are set to begin this May and offer students an opportunity to spend two weeks on an individualized, self-directed project. The Capstone Program is meant to be a culminating academic experience in a field of personal interest. Projects range in scope from academic enrichment to potential career exploration and take place both on and off campus. Seniors are required to obtain committee approval before embarking on a Capstone Project.