Through the new Hun Adventures track, along with Hun Summer Session courses, the Hun School in Princeton has created a chance for students to remain intellectually stimulated, engaged and connected to their classmates and teachers throughout the summer unlike before.
Open to all families, whether currently enrolled in the school or not, students have the choice to partake in Hun Adventures, which consists of three, 1-week long, project-based mini courses with a focus on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts math), business or humanities; or a 3-week long academic enrichment course; or an 8-week long credit course designed to appear on a student’s transcript.
Ted Shaffner, Summer School director, said in a statement that the goal of this carefully crafted program is “to give students the space to progress to their next level and build confidence while still experiencing what makes a Hun education unique.” Through Hun Summer School, he hopes students will discover their passions while learning skills in a fun and engaging environment.
Much like on-campus classes, each course will maintain small class sizes with learning customized for each student. These options allow students to decide how they want to spend the upcoming months.
For current and new families, The Hun School’s Board of Trustees is permitting all students to enroll in one online summer enrichment course at no cost. The first Hun Adventures session will run from June 29 to July 17. The next session will begin on July 20 and end on Aug. 7. The Hun Summer Session will run from June 22 to Aug. 14.
For more information and to register, visit www.hunschool.org/summer