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Welcome to the application process. The following outlines the information we will need from you.

The application deadline is January 31st, at which time all application materials must be on file with the Admission Office. Decisions on completed applications are made available to families on March 10th. Late applications will be reviewed after March 10th on a rolling basis as long as space is available.

International applicants, candidates applying for the Academic Learning Skills Program, and families applying for Financial Aid must provide additional information that is outlined in those sections.

We are here to assist; please do not hesitate to call with questions.

Application Process




Visit and Interview


A campus visit and interview is an important (and required) part of the admission process. It is an important part of your decision making process and ours Visits can be scheduled, Monday - Friday between October 1st and January 31st, and then again after March 10th. We encourage families to contact us as early as possible, as appointments do fill up quickly.  

To schedule a visit, simply call or email The Hun School Admission Office at (609) 921-7600 or admiss@hunschool.org

If a visit to campus is not feasible, requests can be made for Skype interviews.


Application


The Hun School application can be found online by clicking here. The application has sections for both students and parents. We encourage you to preview the entire application prior to beginning, so that you have a clear sense for the time and information you need. The application does not need to be completed in one sitting; you will be able to start, stop, and resume at any time.

In addition to our own online application, The Hun School also accepts  applications provided by The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS) and the Secondary School Admission Test Board (SSATB).

Application Fee: Candidates for admission must submit a non-refundable application fee of $50 for domestic applicants and $250 for international applicants.


Transcript

Applicants must submit a transcript request form to the their present guidance counselor, principal, or school registrar. The Hun School requires first marking period grades, all available standardized test scores and a copy of the transcript.

Transcript Request Form
 
It is customary to provide a stamped reply envelope addressed to:

Admissions Recommendations
The Hun School of Princeton
176 Edgerstoune Road
Princeton, New Jersey 08540


Teacher Recommendations


Applicants must submit recommendations from the following teachers or administrators:
Please download the recommendation forms above, fill out the top portion, and submit the form to your present teacher or administrator.  

It is customary to provide a stamped reply envelope addressed to:

Admissions Recommendations
The Hun School of Princeton
176 Edgerstoune Road
Princeton, New Jersey 08540


Standardized Testing


Applicants must submit standardized test scores from the following organizations:

PSATSATACT (may be submitted for applicants to grades 11, 12, or PG)

All international applicants, for whom English is not the first language, are required to submit a Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score.


International Applicants


The Arthur Rozas International Student Program serves 35 students who require English as a Second Language (ESL) support. Enrollment from any one geographical region is limited to achieve a broad international representation. Students come to The Hun School from all over the word, including Central and South America, Europe, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Africa. A TOEFL score is required of all international applicants for whom English is not the first language.

TOEFL REGISTRATION



Academics Learning Skills Program Applicants


Students who apply to the Academic Learning Skills Program (ALSP) must follow the application procedures outlined by The Hun School Admissions Office. Additionally, candidates are required to provide the follow information:

Psycho-educational evaluation that documents the learning difference

WISC test with subtest scores, copies of all IEP’s or 504 Plans.

Consistent with the mission of The Hun School of Princeton, the ALSP accepts students with varying learning styles and provides instruction by implementing an Individualized Educational Plan, which is student-centered and dedicated to the growth and development of the individual. An additional fee is charged for this program.
SAO
We Accept the SSAT
SSATB Member
We Accept the Character Skills Assessment
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.

176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton, NJ 08540  |  Phone: (609) 921-7600 | Email: admiss@hunschool.org