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By Car

Directions

From New York and North:
 Take the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 9 (New Brunswick). Follow signs to Route 1 South. Drive 15 1/2 miles on Route 1 South to County 571 (Princeton - Hightstown Rd., Princeton Business District). Turn right. Drive to third traffic signal (Nassau St.). Turn left. Follow Nassau Street through the town. At the end of the business district, follow Route 206 South for one mile. Turn right at the Hun School sign (Edgerstoune Rd.) and drive 1/4 mile to the School. Follow signs to the Admissions Office.

From New York State and Northwest NJ: Take Route 287 South to Route 206 South. Drive south on Route 206 approximately 14 miles. Turn right at the Hun School sign (Edgerstoune Rd.) and drive 1/4 mile to the School. Follow signs to the Admissions Office.

From Philadelphia and South: Take I-95 North through PA and into NJ to Route 206 North - Princeton. Drive north approximately 5 miles to the Hun School sign on left (Edgerstoune Rd.). Turn left and drive 1/4 mile to the School. Follow signs to the Admissions Office.

From Southern New Jersey: Take I-295 North to I-95 South. I-95 to Route 206 North Exit. Drive north approximately 5 miles to the Hun School sign on left (Edgerstoune Road.) Turn left and drive 1/4 mile to the School. Follow signs to the Admissions Office.

By Plane

The best connections are made through Newark Airport; however, both Kennedy and Philadelphia Airports are convenient. Rental cars are available at the airports, as are limousine services direct to Princeton. New Jersey Transit also offers a commuter rail from Newark Airport to Princeton.

By Train

Via Amtrak or New Jersey Transit, buy ticket to Princeton, get off at Princeton Junction Station, and take connecting "dinky" train to Princeton. Cabs are available at the train station.
Are you traveling from far away? Please visit the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce to see our community. This site will also tell you about area hotels and restauraunts.


Princeton was the capital of the United States from June 30th, 1783 until November 4th, 1783.  The Continental Congress sat in session at Nassau Hall at Princeton University. 
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.

176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton, NJ 08540  |  Phone: (609) 921-7600 | Email: admiss@hunschool.org