The transition from elementary to middle school can be a challenging one. With that in mind, the Hun Middle School provides its newest students with a specially designed class to develop executive function skills that will help them succeed in Middle School and beyond.
Due to inclement weather, The Hun School has canceled all after-school activities for Friday, March 2, 2018 including:
Middle School trip to Urban Air Trampoline Park – postponed until April 6th
Athletic practices – canceled
Corner House All-Star Winter Classic at PDS – canceled
The Kristey King ’09 Student Production – postponed until March 6th at 4:30 p.m.
*The Student Production scheduled for Saturday night is expected to go on as planned. Please check back for further updates.
In addition, please be aware that there are a number of road closures in the Princeton area, including Quaker Road, Cherry Valley Road, Rosedale Road, Winant Road, and Prospect Avenue. Check your local listings for confirmation and additional details.
As a nation unwinds, Hun School Alumnus Leopoldo López ’89, the opposition’s most prominent leader, sits under house arrest and contemplates what might still be possible.
UPDATE: Since the publication of this article, armed guards from the Venezuelan intelligence service have raided and occupied the residence of Leopoldo López. Members of the Venezuelan National Assembly gathered in front of the house, along with local media and citizens, to protest the invasion and threats by the Venezuelan government that López will be returned to military prison.
Headmaster Jonathan Brougham, together with fellow MAPL school leaders, as well as a growing list of New York and New Jersey independent schools, have signed respective letters to our Nation's leaders on gun violence.
Like so many following the events at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, the heads of the six schools comprising the Mid-Atlantic Prep League (MAPL) and Six Mid-Atlantic Boarding Schools (SMABS) believe we must do more as a country to protect students from gun violence. Those of us who work and live at schools feel the weight of this latest tragedy and cannot, and will not, be silent.
Four Hun students were recognized Feb. 27th with the first-ever Keifer Community Awards. The awards, to be given each semester, are named after longtime Hun Dean of Faculty Kay Keifer, who retired last spring.
Headmaster Jonathan Brougham has joined a growing list of New York and New Jersey independent schools who have signed respective letters to our Nation's leaders on gun violence.
NJAIS Heads of School Speak Out for School Safety: An Open Letter to State and Federal Elected Officials
As Heads of NJAIS schools throughout New Jersey, responsible for the education and physical safety of thousands of students, we support the Parkland, Florida survivors and their efforts to effect change.
Dr. AnnMarie Thomas was never a straight-A student, but her ability to see the creative and playful side of engineering earned her degrees from MIT and CalTech and a job as an associate professor at the University of St. Thomas.
Jamie Greubel Poser, Hun Class of 2002, will represent the USA in the Winter Olympic Games, in PyeongChang, South Korea, this month. Ms. Greubel Poser, a driver for Team USA Bobsled, will compete alongside brakeman Aja Evans in the two-women bobsled.
Migrations is a three-month, Princeton community-wide series of events exploring the movement of people, animals, and ideas around the globe. The Hun School is a proud sponsor and participant, offering three on-campus events now through April 2018.
The Hun School’s Janus Players will get mysterious and spooky when they present the musical The Addams Family on Feb. 9th at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 10th at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. in John A. Saks ’31 Auditorium.
The Hun School hockey players will not soon forget their experience on January 3rd, skating on NHL ice at Mets’ Citi Field in Flushing, New York. The Raiders took on the No. 1 ranked Don Bosco Prep team with the support of more than 500 of their classmates, teachers, and families.
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.