The Numina Gallery is managed by a group of dedicated and creative students at Princeton High School who plan and curate artistic, historical, and academic exhibits. Numina - Latin for "sacred space"- was the first student-run professional art gallery in the nation. In 2000, it was created from an abandoned storage area at Princeton High School with the help of faculty advisor John Kavalos. It has continued to exist as an independently funded, non- profit alternative space. Support for the gallery has come from sources as diverse as the Geraldine Dodge and Robert Wood Johnson Foundations.
Gallery exhibitions are open to the public. Information about exhibitions are posted to the Princeton High School and Princeton Public Schools homepage under the "News" and "Events" sections.