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private school in Princeton

"We are too young to realize that certain things are impossible...So we will do them anyway."
William Wilberforce

Clubs & Electives

Debate: In debate students develop skills for public speaking, researching current events, creating persuasive arguments, and working as a team. In addition students will have the opportunity to win some medals along the way.

Middle School Newspaper: Student-led news publication.

Seminar on Artificial Intelligence: This seminar is led by a parent currently working in the AI field. Students explore how different fields of work are evolving due to AI, and the interdisciplinary nature of AI and several fields of study.

Arduino Robotics Programming: Students learn the mechanics of the body, and how engineers work to overcome the effects of injury, age, and accidents on limbs and joints. Students design and build working joints and prosthesis and use programmable motors to articulate joints.

Math Counts: Math counts is an engaging math program which builds problem solving skills and math confidence. It is a national program where students compete in the West Windsor, NJ regional math competitions.

Creative Writing Club: Students work with Dr. Sharri Steen, published author of both scientific journals and children’s books, to develop creative writing skills and passion. Students create a variety of genres including poetry, short story, and fiction.