The Hun School of Princeton (New Jersey)
The Hun School of Princeton is a private coed school in Princeton, New Jersey. Including The Hun School of Princeton, there are 49 private schools in Mercer County. The campus is located in an area described as a large suburb by administrators. In terms of religious orientation, The Hun School of Princeton is a nonsectarian school.
The Hun School of Princeton is on a forty-five acre campus and the school was established in 1914. A person can apply to the Hun School of Princeton online. As part of the application, the person must visit the school and do an interview. If the person can’t go the school they can do the interview through Skype. The application fee is $50 for national students, and $150 for foreign students. Students can apply for financial aid. The summer programs starts on June 29th and ends July 31st. The summer camp is called called Hun Camp. Hun Camp includes swimming, games, and activities. There is also a summer learning program where the students can get extra credit in a subject. There is also a basketball camp that runs from August 3rd-August 10th. The basketball camp is a coed activity. The Hun School of Princeton has a great reputation. People have said the classes are hard, but there is support from teachers and staff.
Associations & Organizations
- National Association of Independent Schools
- State/Regional Independent School Association
- The Association of Boarding Schools
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