Central Study, weaving together inquiry and learning across all grade levels, across the disciplines, and throughout the year, lies at the heart of Princeton Friends School’s academic program and serves to bring the entire community together around a common focus. This year's Central Study theme is H2O.
We are so pleased to welcome our new students and their families to Princeton Friends School! These 22 new children come from all over the greater Princeton area and have family roots from all over the globe. We know they’ll have lots of exciting things to share with us and we look forward to getting to know all of them better in the years to come. If you haven’t already, stop by the front lobby to see the photo display of all the new families. Welcome one and all!
The fifteen-year-long partnership between Princeton Friends School and the Noor-Ul-Iman School deepened further during the week of May 15th through two events – a first-ever joint PFS/NUI 8th grade trip to the United Nations, and a return visit to PFS by graduating NUI 12th graders who spoke to students and faculty on the theme of Truth Over Fear: Countering Islamophobia.
“For the past fifteen years, and especially In these times,” remarked PFS Head of School Jane Fremon, “this partnership between our two schools is perhaps the most important thing we have done in preparing students for the world they are inheriting.” Princeton’s Town Topics covered both events. To read the full story, click here.