"The New Jersey haven for learning at The Hun may present an idyllic model for integration of 3DP in education. If there is anything true among educators, it is that an interested and engaged student is a learning student. Such activity will only lead to life-long learning skills that will seamlessly translate to a viable and better future."
The Hun School of Princeton recognized 49 students as the inaugural members of the School's chapter of the National Honor Society on Sunday, January 31. Members of the National Honor Society are selected by application based on their scholarship, service, character, and leadership.
The Hun School of Princeton's Centennial Speaker Series continued on Tuesday, January 26 with Grammy award-winning singer, social activist, and humanitarian Angélique Kidjo. Ms. Kidjo wowed students, faculty, and guests with the power of her voice and the message of her songs.
Stuck in a wreck on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Hun School teacher Lynn McNulty used Facetime to communicate with her students.
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.