The Hun School Of Princeton

Summer Programs:

  • The Hun School of Princeton American Culture and Language Institute - Academic enrichment classes and/or full-credit classes in a variety of subjects, including intensive English language courses in grammar and reading and opportunities for American cultural and historical enrichment/classical theater
  • The Hun School of Princeton Summer Theatre Classics - Academic enrichment classes and/or full-credit classes in a variety of subjects, including intensive English language courses in grammar and reading and opportunities for American cultural and historical enrichment/classical theater
  • The Hun School of Princeton-Summer Academic Session - Academic enrichment classes and/or full-credit classes in a variety of subjects, including intensive English language courses in grammar and reading and opportunities for American cultural and historical enrichment/classical theater

School Notes Overview:

The Hun School has a long tradition of providing students with a rich and challenging academic program. The information provided on this portion of our website is designed give you a good idea of the scope of our curricular and extra-curricular offerings and the quality of our faculty......

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School Overview:

County Mercer County, NJ
Program Name Bridge to the Future
Program Type Coed residential and day academic program
Number of Students 12 students
Student Body Type Coeducational
Grades 6 - 12
Ages Accepted Age 12 - Age 13
First Session Start Date June 27
First Session End Date July 29
First Program Weeks 5 weeks
Program Director Doug Harmon
Campus Area 45 acres
Founding Year 1991
Application Date 5/1/2014

The Hun School of Princeton American Culture and Language Institute:

Program Type Academic enrichment classes and/or full-credit classes in a variety of subjects, including intensive English language courses in grammar and reading and opportunities for American cultural and historical enrichment/classical theater
Number of Students 30 students
Student Body Type Coeducational
Grades 6 -
Ages Accepted Age 12 - Age 18
First Session Start Date June
First Session End Date July
First Program Weeks 5 weeks
Application Date 5/1/2014

The Hun School of Princeton Summer Theatre Classics:

Program Type Academic enrichment classes and/or full-credit classes in a variety of subjects, including intensive English language courses in grammar and reading and opportunities for American cultural and historical enrichment/classical theater
Number of Students 15 students
Student Body Type Coeducational
Grades 6 -
Ages Accepted Age 13 - Age 18
First Session Start Date June
First Session End Date July
First Program Weeks 4 weeks
Application Date 5/1/2014

The Hun School of Princeton-Summer Academic Session:

Program Type Academic enrichment classes and/or full-credit classes in a variety of subjects, including intensive English language courses in grammar and reading and opportunities for American cultural and historical enrichment/classical theater
Number of Students 180 students
Student Body Type Coeducational
Grades 6 -
Ages Accepted Age 12 - Age 18
First Session Start Date June
First Session End Date July
First Program Weeks 5 weeks
Application Date 5/1/2014

School Notes:

  • The Hun School has a long tradition of providing students with a rich and challenging academic program. The information provided on this portion of our website is designed give you a good idea of the scope of our curricular and extra-curricular offerings and the quality of our faculty.
  • An essential element of academics at The Hun School is the strong student/teacher relationship that develops from the many contacts made inside and outside the classroom as students and teachers work together to help students achieve things they never thought possible. An essential element of academics at The Hun School is the strong student/teacher relationship that develops from the many contacts made inside and outside the classroom as students and teachers work together to help students achieve things they never thought possible.
  • Fifteen Advanced Placement courses are offered in English, foreign language, history, mathematics, science and computer science - each course prepares students for the national AP examination allowing students the opportunity to earn college credits.
  • The Bridge Program is tailored to meet the needs of students and families who might not otherwise have the opportunity for academic enrichment and field learning experiences. The scholarship program is made possible through a grant given by the Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. This program is limited to twelve students.

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Note: Data has been gathered from several government and commercial data sources. School data reflects years 2002-04 statistics (most recent years available). Area and demographic data reflects year 2000 statistics. Public School Review does not ensure the timeliness or accuracy of the information on this site.