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Upper School Curriculum

Our founder, Dr. John Gale Hun, was a Princeton University math professor renowned for being able to teach high-level math to anyone.

He established Hun as a tutoring school in 1914 to focus on students' individual academic needs while preparing them for an evolving world. We continue to live that mission today, providing a vigorous and joyful learning experience on a foundation of active mentorship.

Curriculum

Astronomy, the Universe Beyond
  • science
Biology
  • science
Biology ESL
  • science
Biology, AP
  • science
Biotechnology
  • science
Chemistry
  • science
Chemistry Honors
  • science
Chemistry, AP
  • science
Digital Logic Circuits
  • science
Electrical Circuits
  • science
Environmental Risks and Disasters
  • science
Forensic Science
  • science
Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • science
Marine Science
  • science
Computer Science A, AP
  • Computer Technology & Engineering
Computer Science Principles, AP
  • Computer Technology & Engineering
Engineering Design
  • Computer Technology & Engineering
Programming 1
  • Computer Technology & Engineering
Programming 2
  • Computer Technology & Engineering
Robotics Engineering
  • Computer Technology & Engineering
Social Informatics
  • Computer Technology & Engineering
Advanced Algebra
  • Mathematics
Advanced Math Logic and Reasoning
  • Mathematics
Algebra 1
  • Mathematics
Algebra 2
  • Mathematics
Algebra 1 Honors
  • Mathematics
Algebra 2 Honors
  • Mathematics
Algebra 2-Pre-Calculus Honors
  • Mathematics
Calculus
  • Mathematics
Calculus AB, AP
  • Mathematics
Calculus BC, AP
  • Mathematics
Geometry
  • Mathematics
Geometry Honors
  • Mathematics
Linear Algebra
  • Mathematics
Pre-Calculus
  • Mathematics
Pre-Calculus Honors
  • Mathematics
Probability
  • Mathematics
Statistics
  • Mathematics
Statistics, AP
  • Mathematics
Creative Writing 1
  • English
Creative Writing 2
  • English
English 5
  • English
English 1 Honors
  • English
English 2 Honors
  • English
English 3 Honors
  • English
English Literature, AP
  • English
Journalism
  • English
Public Speaking and Debate 1
  • English
Public Speaking and Debate 2
  • English
African Americans Since Reconstruction
  • History / Global Studies
American Government
  • History / Global Studies
American Studies ESL
  • History / Global Studies
Art History
  • History / Global Studies
Constitutional Law and American Society
  • History / Global Studies
Cultural Anthropology for Global Understanding
  • History / Global Studies
East Asian Studies - China
  • History / Global Studies
Economics, AP
  • History / Global Studies
European History, AP
  • History / Global Studies
Global Issues and Human Rights
  • History / Global Studies
History and Culture of Classical Greece
  • History / Global Studies
History and Culture of Classical Rome
  • History / Global Studies
History and Global Studies
  • History / Global Studies
Latin American History
  • History / Global Studies
Macroeconomics
  • History / Global Studies
Microeconomics
  • History / Global Studies
Psychology
  • History / Global Studies
Psychology, AP
  • History / Global Studies
Society and Sustenance
  • History / Global Studies
U.S. Government and Politics, AP
  • History / Global Studies
World Studies
  • History / Global Studies
World Studies ESL
  • History / Global Studies
World Religions
  • History / Global Studies
World War II in the Global Context
  • History / Global Studies
Ancient Greek Honors
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Arabic 1
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Arabic 2
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Chinese 1
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Chinese 2
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Chinese 3
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Chinese 4
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Chinese 5
  • Modern Lang / Classics
French 1
  • Modern Lang / Classics
French 2
  • Modern Lang / Classics
French 3
  • Modern Lang / Classics
French 3 Honors
  • Modern Lang / Classics
French 4 Honors
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Advanced French Topics
  • Modern Lang / Classics
ESL Reading, Grammar, and Writing, Low Intermediate
  • Modern Lang / Classics
ESL Reading, Grammar, and Writing, High Intermediate
  • Modern Lang / Classics
ESL Advanced
  • Modern Lang / Classics
French, AP
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Latin 1
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Latin 2
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Latin 3
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Latin 3 Honors
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Advanced Latin Topics
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Latin, AP
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Spanish 1
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Spanish 2
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Spanish 3
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Spanish 3 Honors
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Spanish 4 Honors
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Advanced Spanish and Latin American Topics
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Spanish Language, AP
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Spanish Literature, AP
  • Modern Lang / Classics
Bioethics
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
Case Studies: Inquiry, Research and Design
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
Moral Philosophy
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
Race, Media, Justice, and Equity
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
Seminar 10: What Does it Mean to be a Leader?
  • Interdisciplinary Studies
Animation
  • Visual Arts
Advanced Studio Art Honors
  • Visual Arts
Ceramics 1
  • Visual Arts
Ceramics 2
  • Visual Arts
Ceramics 3
  • Visual Arts
Drawing 1
  • Visual Arts
Drawing 2
  • Visual Arts
Painting 1
  • Visual Arts
Painting 2
  • Visual Arts
Introduction to Visual Art
  • Visual Arts
Media Arts
  • Visual Arts
Photography Careers
  • Visual Arts
Advanced Techniques in Photography
  • Visual Arts
Sculpture
  • Visual Arts
Studio Art, AP, Drawing
  • Visual Arts
Studio Art, AP, 2-D
  • Visual Arts
Woodworking 1
  • Visual Arts
Woodworking 2
  • Visual Arts
Advanced Jazz Band
  • Performing Arts
Introduction to American Pop Music
  • Performing Arts
Musical Time Machine
  • Performing Arts
Technical Theatre
  • Performing Arts
Theatre 1
  • Performing Arts
Theatre 2
  • Performing Arts
Theatre 3
  • Performing Arts
Advanced Acting Ensemble
  • Performing Arts
Environmental Science, AP
  • science