Back to school letter from Princeton High School
The first-ever Princeton High School Peace Fair, with projects spanning diverse fields relating to peace, a healthy and sustainable environment, and to student wellness, drew a large crowd of students during Tiger Time on Thursday, May 25. The Peace Fair included 35 student groups who presented their peace projects in the New Gym and outside near the tennis courts.
Congratulations to the PHS Varsity Boys Lacrosse Team on their May 13 win against Robbinsville High School. The team will advance to the Mercer County Tournament Semi-Finals.
Congratulations to the Princeton High School Drama Department and the cast and crew of The Play That Goes Wrong for winning four Foxy Awards in a statewide competition.
Congratulations to the PHS Varsity Boys Tennis Team who placed 1st in the Mercer County Tournament which was held on Wednesday, April 26 at Mercer County Park.
Congratulations to Elizabeth van der Schaar, who has been selected to participate in this summer’s Governor’s School of Engineering and Technology hosted by Rutgers University School of Engineering. She was selected from a very elite pool of candidates and will serve as a Governor’s School Scholar.
Congratulations to the Princeton High School students who received awards from the Mercer County Science and Engineering program. PHS students received a total of 12 awards. Many of the students receiving awards participate in the PHS Research Program, where the develop experiments, collect data, and report on their results under the guidance of Jennifer Smolyn, James Smirk, and Mark Eastburn
The applications for Fund 101 scholarships, (provided by a local school need-based scholarship group) are due March 31.
Congratulations to the Princeton High School students who earned academic honors from the College Board National Recognition Programs! There were 42 PHS students who students excelled in College Board assessments and schoolwork to earn the awards, which colleges use to identify academically competitive underrepresented students.
New Jersey Graduation Proficiency Assessment
The versatile Janelle Wilkinson took her PHS dance students to Johnson Park recently to teach elementary students some hip-hop dance moves as part of Black History Month/Black History 365 celebrations.
Congratulations to our 15 PHS National Merit Scholarship finalists.
Congratulations to the PHS Varsity Girls Swim Team who defeated Chatham High School Saturday to clinch the NJSIAA Group B Girls Swimming State Championship!
Congratulations to the PHS students who participated and were recognized in the North American Invitational Model United Nations (NAIMUN 2023) in Washington, D.C.
Congratulations to the PHS Boys Hockey Team! PHS defeated Hopewell Valley in the Mercer County Tournament Final on Wednesday. Ethan Garlock was awarded MVP after scoring the game-winning goal in over time.
This week the Theatre Department welcomed Broadway actress Kara Lindsay to PHS to work with our Newies cast!
The Princeton High School swim teams, both boys and girls, are now Mercer County Champions for the second year in a row after a wonderful showing over the weekend.
More than 70 professionals recently participated the first-ever Princeton High School Career Festival which included panels, question-and-answer sessions, and informal career discussions.
PHS student Hanqi Ma has been named a top 300 Scholar in the 82nd Regeneron Science Talent Search, a science and math competition. Each Regeneron Scholar will receive $2,000, and their schools will also receive $2,000 to use toward STEM-related activities. Congratulations to Hanqi Ma and his mentor, PHS Economics teacher Ms.Katelyn Wagner!
Chinese New Year 2023 will fall on Sunday, January 22, kicking off the year of the rabbit. On Tuesday January 24, Mandarin students will perform a dragon and lion dance parade at 12:15 in school. The parade will bring good luck and prosperity to the everybody in PHS and the drums will ward off bad luck
Princeton High School had a great day at the STANJ Governor's Awards Competition.Princeton High School had a great day at the STANJ Governor's Awards Competition. PHS won First Place for Best Actor, Musical Ensemble, and Improvisation Pairs!
Do you have a career or a passion you would like to share with Princeton High School students? Please sign up to be part of the Princeton High School Career Festival that will take place on Monday, January 23. We have some great presenters but we would love to include more parents and community members.