Hun School of Princeton (Private School Hun School), founded in 1914, from the very moment of its opening served as an effective preparation of high school students for admission to American universities. Today, girls and boys, representatives of the United States and other countries of the world from 15 to 18 years can study here. For every schoolboy there is an effective training course, useful electives, and exciting extra-curricular activities and entertainments. The school is designed for 625 students: among them about 15% of foreigners from 18 world countries study. Approximately 30% of students live on a full board on campus.
The school supports rather high educational standards and requires from its pupils work, perseverance, attentiveness and perseverance. Creative and sporting development, activity in extra-curricular activities and activities are encouraged. The institution closely and fruitfully cooperates with Princeton University - it is the most sought-after among school graduates.
More than 70% of teachers have degrees, constantly use innovative methods and approaches, modern infrastructural capabilities (including Apple's latest technology), attentive to the desires, abilities and abilities of each student.