The Hun School of Princeton empowers each student to thrive in a diverse and ever-changing world, by nurturing resilient character, providing individual mentorship, and inspiring vigorous and joyful learning. In order to fulfill our mission and embark on new initiatives, the School requires substantial resources. We are grateful for the many alumni, parents, and friends who elect to support Hun through endowed and capital gifts. For more information, contact Director of Development Alexis Brock.
Gifts to the endowment provide a permanent source of income for The Hun School, benefitting students for generations to come. Endowed gifts can be restricted to a specific purpose by the donor, or left unrestricted to be used at the discretion of the school. Hun is committed to growing its endowed resources, and seeks to increase funding available for financial aid, faculty, and teaching support.
Seven science labs - four new and three renovated - will be the core of the STEM project. These large, flexible, open lab spaces will be designed for multidisciplinary collaboration. Outfitted with cutting-edge technology and communications systems, these labs will inspire students to explore their creativity, ethical decision making, and problem solving skills in a cooperative, project based environment.
The John Andrew Saks '31 Auditorium will undergo a massive facelift, creating a new state-of-the-art theatre. This renovated performing arts space will include modern light and sound boards, a scene shop, dressing rooms, and a rear lobby and theatre entrance. With twenty-four theatre, music, and dance productions each year, the new theatre will prepare students for their next level of performance and production. These projects present a unique generational opportunity to reshape and enhance the Hun student experience.