Facility Rentals

Welcome to The Hun School of Princeton! Many of the facilities on our idyllic 45-acre campus are available to rent for events including dinner parties, athletic competitions, and meetings. We are located just minutes from downtown Princeton and Princeton University, and are 45 miles from Philadelphia and 55 miles from New York City. The campus is easily accessible by public transportation, is nearby major highway arteries, and offers off-street parking for guests, making it an ideal place to host your next event.
 
For more information about facility rentals, contact the Summer Programs Office at summer@hunschool.org.

athletic facilities

ATHLETIC CENTER

The Athletic Center is home to the Grant M. Shipley ‘49 Pavilion, the Breen Family Gym, and the Athletic Classroom. The gym spaces are available for basketball, indoor soccer, field hockey, and lacrosse, and can hold 500 people.
 

TURF FIELD

The all-weather turf field is lined for football, soccer, girls’ lacrosse, and boys’ lacrosse. Included in the rental is the goal nets for the sport being played. This field can accommodate clinics, practices, and can be a site for tournaments. 

TRACK

Running the perimeter of the turf field, our newly surfaced and lined all-weather track is available for track and field events.

TENNIS COURTS

The Hun School is home to six tennis courts, split across two enclosed spaces. Our tennis courts are not located near the Athletic Center, but are on the upper part of our campus near the Wilf Family Global Commons. A parking lot is located nearby.

additional facilities

Russell Hall Lounge and Patio

Located in Russell Hall, the lounge and patio can hold 49 people seated at round tables, 75 people in rows of chairs, and 100 people standing. Table and chair rentals are included.

Global Commons

The Wilf Family Global Commons include a large meeting space that can accommodate 100 people in rows of chairs, which are included. An available classroom with Polycom system can hold 20 people and features tables that can be rearranged according to need. 

Multi-Purpose Room, The Hun Middle School

The Multi-Purpose Room, located in The Hun Middle School, can hold 90 people in chairs, which are included. This space, which features a floor suitable for dance, can also be used for various athletic endeavors. One of the walls is lined in mirrors, and another features a retractable window that can create indoor/outdoor space.

Russell Lounge

Russell Lounge served as the very first library for The Hun School of Princeton. An historically preserved location, Russell Lounge has a working gas fireplace, an intricately carved cathedral ceiling, and carefully preserved wood features and carvings. The room now serves a variety of groups and events including the Headmaster’s Annual Holiday Reception, small concerts, guests of the Admissions Office, and the occasional history class.

Global Commons

The Wilf Family Global Commons is a 30,000-square-foot facility that includes a dynamic campus center, dormitory space for fifty-six resident students, four faculty apartments, and two state-of-the-art technology classrooms. These classrooms, as well as the five common rooms, technology kiosks, social areas, and multi-purpose activities spaces can serve a variety of purposes.

All Purpose Room

The Multi-Purpose Room in The Hun Middle School has a professional-grade floor that is ideal for dance and martial arts, and a retractable wall that allows air and light to stream in from the school's patio.

Turf Field

The turf field is home to a number of sport competitions and student events. Visitors can enjoy the view from the new bleachers and grandstand.

Boys' Track

The all-weather track loops around the turf field. Visitors can view events from a new set of bleachers and grandstand.

girls playing Tennis

There are two sets of three tennis courts on Hun's campus, located on the Mall.

Grant M. Shipley '49 pavilion

The largest of the two gymnasiums on campus, the Grant Shipley ’42 Pavilion is the home court for Hun School basketball teams. It is also used frequently for student programs, as it is the larger indoor gathering space on campus.