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Long-Term Detour on Route 206 in Princeton

Route 206 in Princeton is closed to thru traffic between Lovers Lane and Carter Road due to bridge repairs. Local access is available to The Hun School community from the north on Rt. 206. You may drive beyond the barricade positioned at Lovers Lane and proceed to The Hun School (0.8 miles on the right). However, please use caution, as northbound and southbound traffic will only have alternate use of a single lane.
 
If you are using directional apps, such as Google maps, designate the intersection of Lovers Ln. and Rt. 206 as the target location. Google Maps will not direct vehicles to or from The Hun School while the road is closed.
 
The repairs and road closure are expected to last into the fall. Please use caution; obey all traffic laws; and allow extra time for travel.  
 
Detours:
 
Northbound
 
From Rt. 206 N, traffic can take a left on Carter Road, right on Rosedale Road, and then a right on Elm Road back to Rt. 206. OR, from 206 N, traffic can take a right on Fackler Road, left on Mercer Road, left on Lovers Lane, and then a left back onto Rt. 206.
 
Southbound 
 
From Rt. 206 S, traffic will encounter a barricade at Lovers Lane. When oncoming traffic is clear or stopped, proceed with caution around the barricade and continue on to Edgerstoune Road.
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Curriculum

The Hun Middle School provides a small, warm and comfortable environment for students, with a focus on their changing needs as they progress through each grade level. Five core academic courses each year are selected to provide appropriate challenges to match each student’s developing skills and maturity. Disciplines include English, mathematics, science, social studies, and a foreign language.

In addition, every Hun Middle School student participates in a rich and exciting selection of arts courses encompassing music, visual art, and drama. Outstanding technology resources connect students with the larger world and strengthen their technological literacy.

An 8-1 student-to-faculty ratio allows teachers to get to know each student, providing appropriate support and encouragement to move them forward academically, personally, and as members of the Hun School community.

The Sixth Grade

Our sixth grade program is designed to help students transition from their elementary school experiences into thinking and working as more independent learners. The overarching concept thread throughout the sixth grade is the understanding of cultures, dealing with conflicts and applying this knowledge to real life situations. Students learn note-taking skills, management of workload, and study strategies, which enable them to organize and process new information. Hands-on learning and interdisciplinary activities are central to the sixth grade experience, which incorporates numerous field trips and guest speakers to reinforce classroom work. Students are encouraged to express themselves and to engage in frequent student-centered discussions.
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      Each year Mr. Arp's Art and Design Class builds and races boats made entirely out of cardboard.

The Seventh Grade

The seventh grade program is designed to build on skills and experiences acquired in the previous year and to add challenges which are appropriate to a new level of maturity. Throughout the program, teachers focus on helping students develop the analytical skills necessary for abstract and non-linear thinking. Students build important critical thinking skills through opportunities for oral presentations, student-centered discussion, interdisciplinary and collaborative group work, and research. Students encounter problem-solving situations and are encouraged to apply what they learn to the outside world. Hands-on activities, field trips, and guest speakers accentuate experiential learning.

The Eighth Grade

One of the core goals of the eighth grade program is to prepare students for the world beyond the classroom, and in particular for challenging programs at the upper school level. All eighth grade students participate in the School’s iPad Initiative, using this exciting technology to eliminate barriers in the classroom and to connect with the larger world as part of their studies. The development of abstract thinking is extended from the seventh grade and many opportunities are provided for students to display their ability to analyze and synthesize information. Critical thinking activities, cooperative learning tasks, and opportunities for risk-taking help to create a program that provides authentic experiences for students in and out of the classroom. The rigor of the eighth grade program requires students to take initiative and ownership of their individual level of academic success.
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