At Hun, it's not just about what you learn, but how you learn it.

That's why our curriculum is filled with a healthy mix of academics that stretch our minds and personal endeavors that make our hearts soar. It's what we call a balanced equation.

The Hun School of Princeton was founded by Princeton University Math Professor Dr. John Gale Hun in 1914. Dr. Hun believed that he could teach any student even the most complex ideas by getting to know them on a personal level. More than 100 years later, our teachers still take this approach. They aspire to bring out the unique gifts of each student by taking the time to know them, bond with them, and then by deftly pivoting their lessons to meet their individual characteristics.

Discover Hun

There's a lot to see and learn at The Hun School! We offer a series of physically-distant ways to get to know our community better.

Admission Process

We can't wait to welcome you! Learn about the process of applying to The Hun School of Princeton.

Schedule a Virtual Visit

Join the Zoom Room Where it Happens, or take our virtual tour to get a feel for life on campus.

Open House and Events

Come to one of our Admission events and meet the admission team, learn more about us, and chat with teachers.

Tuition and Financial Aid

Discover the value of a Hun School education.

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Well said

"Hun’s peerless reputation for outstanding academic rigor in a stimulating environment made it the clear choice for us.

Combine these attributes with its exceptional faculty, engaging student guidance and support, extraordinary facilities, immersive and varied extracurricular clubs and activities, and a diverse international student base, and it becomes clear that The Hun School rises above all. That it is a beautiful place, ices an already rich cake.

So just as a high tide rises all boats - we know that the Hun experience will prepare our children for a lifetime of success - academically, socially, civically and personally."

Paul and Eugenie Egan (Parents of Murial '20 and Olivia '20)