The difference in The Hun School baseball team from the two times it played the Lawrenceville School in a three-week span from March to April and the two-day span in which the teams met this weekend in the NJISAA Prep A Tournament was mind-boggling to some. The Raiders went from scoring two runs in two one-run losses versus the Big Red early in the season to scoring 26 runs in their two state tournament meetings. The end result was a 15-3 victory over L’ville in the Prep A final Sunday as Hun successfully defended its state title.
College athletes should be paid for playing. Vaccines should be mandated for children in the United States. Animal testing should be outlawed. Controversial topics? Yes, but Hun students in teacher Alex Soudah’s ninth grade World Studies and tenth grade U.S. History classes are not afraid to grapple with them. And they do so in the tradition of the Abraham Lincoln-Steven Douglas senatorial debates.
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.