Sports aren’t about winning and losing for Tracey Arndt, The Hun School’s new co-director of athletics. Instead, she sees them as integral to a holistic, well-rounded student experience. “The student-athlete experience at The Hun School is about so much more than having a sport to play," says Mrs. Arndt. "It is about creating a culture of success both on and off the field, where the student athlete can cultivate positive physical, social, and mental habits that can carry over into all aspects of his or her life."
The Hun Middle School hosted its first Wellness Day this month, composed of workshops and programs on mental and physical health issues facing adolescents. The February 13th event is part of Hun’s schoolwide Wellness Program, which seeks to nurture the physical and emotional development of students alongside their academic growth.
As a new state law requires that all New Jersey middle schoolers receive financial literacy education, the Hun Middle School continues to explore creative ways to make such lessons part of its curriculum as it has done for years.
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school. Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.