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.
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.
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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As a teacher of math and music at The Hun School, Ryan Brown described every day as “a beautiful mix of left brain and right brain. The music makes my math teaching more creative, and the math makes my music classes more structured, logical, organized.”
Katharin L. Kiefer is a brilliant academic whose intellectual curiosity is matched only by delight in the success of her students and colleagues. Since 1980, she’s been a science teacher, department chair, dean of academic affairs, and now, dean of faculty at The Hun School. This spring, after forty-one years in education, she will retire.
Hun School of Princeton chemistry teacher Emilie Gingras has won the 2017 Outstanding High School Chemistry Teacher Award from the Princeton and Trenton Sections of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
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