Not many schools eliminate eight classrooms as part of their summer facilities plan. But that is exactly what The Hun School of Princeton Maintenance and Facilities team did in the early weeks of August. Sixteen classrooms combined to create eight enlarged spaces. In addition to being more spacious, the classrooms feature Harkness tables and mobility, configurations that are more conducive to the student-centered learning experiences that have become central to The Hun School experience.
Acute myocardial infraction was the diagnosis as doctors and nurses raced a patient to emergency open-heart surgery at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital on Wednesday, July 29th. Rising Hun School senior Olivia Olshevski ’16 placed herself on the opposite side of a viewing window, as doctors and nurses worked to save the life of their patient. Olivia, a recipient of the 2015 Robert Wood Johnson Hamilton Foundation Youth in Medicine Scholarship, was scheduled to tour the cardiac catheterization lab, but was permitted to observe the surgery instead.
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school. Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.