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a photo of Municipal Council Member Leticia Fraga with PHS students

The momentum continues to build for the project that Princeton High School Science students have entered into the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow contest. On Friday, Princeton Municipal Council Member Leticia Fraga, came to Princeton High School to congratulate students who are working on the indigenous language robot project, which was the NJ state winner in the Samsung competition. The PHS students, working with science teacher Mark Eastburn, recently completed a video submission for the national competition. The school that wins the national competition will receive $100,000 from Samsung.

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Flyer for Plate It Cooking Competition

Do you love to cook? Are you a beginning, intermediate, or accomplished chef? PPS Food Educator Tomia MacQueen is hosting a cooking tournament for PHS students and all students are invited to participate. It's easy to enter. Send a short (2 to 5 minute) video showing how you make a favorite recipe to

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photo of Nick Hagedorn

Congratulations to PHS Senior Nick Hagedorn, who won First Place in Math at the 22nd Annual Taiwan International Science Fair (TISF) in January. Nick was selected to represent the U.S. after winning the second place Grand Prize in the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair in Dallas last May.

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Peace Fair Flyer

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. 

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photo of Elizabeth van der Schaar

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. 

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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

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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.

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photo of PHS student and teacher

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!

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flyer for Jan 23 Career Festival at PHS

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.

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