Students gain new insights into their coursework as they work alongside friends in evening study halls or discuss global current events over breakfast with students from around the world. As a resident student, you have access to small-group or one-on-one coaching by teachers to help you sharpen your study strategies and learning skills and keep you focused on your academic goals. Resident life at The Hun School deepens your relationships with teachers and classmates and intensifies your academic growth and achievement.
Resident Coaching is an evening program at The Hun School of Princeton that offers boarders the opportunity to seek additional academic support from Hun School faculty. Resident Coaching also gives faculty an opportunity to flex their academic muscles, as teachers provide support in multiple disciplines. Many students take advantage of the program as a way to gain one-on-one time with a member of the faculty in a relaxed environment, to ask specific questions related to their studies, and to maximize the time designated for evening study hours in the dormitories.
One of the many benefits of attending a boarding school is living among master teachers. Faculty are available to students during the evening hours when students are most often working through their independent coursework; formally through Resident Coaching and informally in the halls of the School’s dormitories each night.
Living on campus extends the intellectual excitement and camaraderie of the school day into every area of your life.
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Academic study groups help freshmen and new sophomores form positive work habits and build a strong network of support for their academic success from peers and teachers.
Informal peer-to-peer groups and tutoring offer additional support and build community.
Evening library hours provide vast resources for after school work and research.
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.