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Gabby and Laila with their bee hives
  • Student Profiles
  • Upper School

Over the course of the last year, Laila Palmer ’21 and Gabby Issa ’18 have navigated starting and running a small business during a time that was particularly difficult for small business owners. Bark + Bee Honey, established in 2020, is an online business that sells fresh honey with 100% of the proceeds benefiting dog shelters in New Jersey. 

Read More about Laila Palmer ’21 and Gabby Issa ’18 Establish Local Small Business Bark + Bee Honey 
Anna Marie
  • Student Profiles
  • Upper School

From her childhood bedroom in Ohio, Anna Marie spends her days counseling student government advisory representatives on writing bill proposals, supervising the creative process behind student run events and initiatives, supporting the fencing team from afar as they practice, all while attending classes and participating in extracurricular activities. 

Read More about Remote Raider: Vice President Anna Marie H. ’21 Leads Student Government From Her Home in Canton, Ohio
Commencement
  • Upper School

A cap, a gown, and a beaming smile. The first two are synonymous with graduation, but the third was certainly the most meaningful accessory of the day, as 132 members of the Class of 2021 graduated from The Hun School of Princeton. 

Read More about The Hun School of Princeton Graduates 132 Students in 107th Commencement; Ceremony is Marked by Smiles and $100 Bills  
Kathy Wang
  • Upper School
  • Video

"Saying goodbye is not letting go of each other. It is a tribute to our experience, our memories, and our time together. Hun has given us friendships, mentorships, and growth that will live on with us, way beyond just the years of high school. And for that, I am extremely grateful for every wonderful soul I’ve met at Hun. Thank you, and congratulations, class of 2021! We are all going to do amazing things."

Read More about Video: Siqi (Kathy) Wang's Valedictory Address
Junle Chen
  • Upper School
  • Video

"Congratulations to the class of 2021. In the future, you might feel helpless and without purpose for a while. You might feel isolated and lonely when embarking on unique adventures that no one has set foot on. But be like the cicadas, shout your aspirations to the world, celebrate your passions, allow yourself to be vulnerable despite what others may think, and you will surely find a fulfilling path."

Read More about Video: Junle (Richard) Chen's Salutatory Address