The Hun Fund
The individual mentorship and creative teaching efforts Hun's faculty and staff embrace provides our students with an experience unlike anywhere else. Support of this fund will help us continue to fund the School's innovation both in the classroom and beyond, allowing signature programs such as NextTerm, the Centennial Speakers Series, Global and Immersion Learning Programs, the Scholars Tracks, and the Learning Center to thrive.
Every day on campus, students engage in arts elective courses. The Arts Department encourages students to develop their passion for music, drama, and visual arts through a variety of classes and extracurricular activities. Support of the Arts provides experiences for students that complement the classroom learning by planning visits to museums, concert halls, and theaters. Support of the Arts also helps the School produce full-scale theatrical, musical, and dance productions each year.
All Hun students have a place in the School's renowned athletics programs, and it is essential that our student-athletes have access to the equipment necessary to perform. Gifts designated to Athletics also help offset team travel costs and provide coaches with additional resources both on and off of the fields.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and belonging
Support of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) will allow for increased and strategic programming, community outreach, and relationship building through opportunities with the Cultural Competency Committee, Gender Equity Matters (GEM), and other Global Diversity initiatives.
Support of financial aid provides tuition and programming assistance to families with demonstrated financial need. There are always a greater number of qualified applicants with demonstrated need than the School can support.
Unrestricted support allows the School to direct funds as needed, allowing leadership to be nimble and responsive to ever-changing priorities and circumstances.
The Hun Parents Fund
The Hun Parents Fund impacts several areas of campus life, supporting Parents Association initiatives like Faculty Grants, Middle School jackets, Re-Visit day welcome gifts, Prom transportation, Parents Weekend and other community events, faculty and staff appreciation events, participation in Princeton Common Ground, and more. We hope that all families participate in the Hun Parents Fund according to their means.
For more information, contact Chief Advancement Officer Alexis Brock at (609) 921-7600.
The Hun School of Princeton appreciates your generous gift. Your gift is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.