The private school admission process doesn’t have to be overwhelming. The Hun School’s Office of Admission is available to help you at each step along the way. Below you will find an overview of process, but feel free to contact us if you have any questions at (609) 921-7600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hun School of Princeton subscribes to The Enrollment Management Association's Standard Application Online (SAO). The SAO is a widely accepted common application that supports the submission of applications and all required school forms to multiple schools. When initiating an application through the SAO, 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.
Candidates for admission must submit a non-refundable application fee of $50 for domestic applicants and $250 for international applicants.
The Arthur Rozas International Student Program serves a small group of students each year who require English as a Second Language (ESL) support. Students come to The Hun School from all over the word -- 25 - 35 different countries in a given year -- 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.
Consistent with the mission of The Hun School of Princeton, the Academic Learning Skills Program, (ALSP) accepts students with varying learning styles. Through ALSP, we are able to implement an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), through one-to-one instruction, highly individualized support, and advocacy. A Hun School education is a highly vigorous endeavor however, motivated students with learning differences can certainly thrive.
Applicants for the ALSP must follow the application procedures as outlined above. In addition, candidates must provide the following:
- Psycho-educational evaluation that documents the learning difference
- WISC test with subtest scores, copies of all IEPs or 504 Plans