COVID-19

The Hun School will continue distance learning for the remainder of the 2019 – 2020 academic year. Since the beginning of this crisis we have approached every decision with two priorities in mind: the health and safety of our community and the quality and continuity of teaching and learning. In support of these priorities, we believe the risks of reconvening this spring outweigh the potential gains.

As we all know, New Jersey and New York City are now considered global hotspots for the COVID-19 Pandemic. In the unlikely event that large gatherings of people are permissible in late May, the potential for community spread will likely be high, leading to increased risk for our families, faculty, and staff. In addition, mitigating and managing infections on campus would likely be more disruptive to teaching and learning than our current distance learning model. And finally, we believe that our faculty will be more effective educators if they are able to plan the remainder of their courses with one educational model in mind, rather than two.

For more information about COVID-19, virtual Learning at The Hun School, support and community resources, please see below. To our extended Hun School community, we miss you and we wish you good health in the weeks ahead. 

Recent Emails

Important Update Regarding COVID-19 
Jonathan Brougham
Mar 12 2020 9:00 PM

when to contact our health center

Please contact our Health Center if you or a member of your household develops symptoms consistent with COVID-19, are considered presumptive, or are diagnosed as COVID-19 positive.