Hun Camp is a camp where activities are built around what campers want to do; where making up games and songs is part of the routine; and where the counselors--adults assisted by high school students--are genuinely glad to be part of the extraordinary summer experience. Our philosophy is simple: provide a camp that is fun and safe, while reinforcing kindness, respect, cooperation, and fairness.
Resident Student: Join us in Princeton for five weeks of classes, games, weekend trips, and fun! Boarders live in the air-conditioned Wilf Family Global Commons. The Breen Campus Center will be the recreational hub each afternoon and on weekends. The campus center includes resident lounges, flat-screen TVs, The school store, and the PA Café.
Day Student: Join us for any of our five week enrichment courses or six week credit courses taught by some of the best teachers in the region. Our courses take place in the mornings and are followed by lunch in our dining hall and afternoon activities like: soccer, ping pong tournaments, basketball, and strength and conditioning.
"Academics + Athletics" For rising 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th graders, we offer the ability to combine Hun Summer School courses with Hun Camp or Hun Sports Camps including Hun Baseball, Hun Soccer and Hun Basketball all of which are coached by our varsity coaches. Register for any of our first period middle school courses from 8-10am including Middle School Robotics, Middle School Pre-Algebra and SSAT Prep, or simply opt into a half day of Hun Camp and your student will head down to the athletic complex to gear up for a day full of physical activity.
Alumni Association Over 6,000 Strong
The Hun Summer School of Princeton is a challenging and fun learning environment where students can earn credit, study English, prepare and review coursework for the upcoming year, and meet students from all over the world. Students can sign up for either one credit course, one or two enrichment courses, or our American Culture and Language Institute. Our campus is minutes away from downtown Princeton, on a beautiful 45 acre campus less than one hour from New York City and Philadelphia.
Class of 2015
Key statistics from Hun School's most recent graduated class:
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Different colleges and universities admitted Hun students
Graduates will play NCAA Athletics
AP Scholars in the Class of 2015
We are as proud of who they are, as where they are going.
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59% of students in the Class of 2015 were accepted to a Top Tier School as defined by Barron’s.
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school. Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.