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Plate It brings Produce of the Month and Garden State on Your Plate to Princeton Middle School

Plate It brings Produce of the Month and Garden State on Your Plate to Princeton Middle School for a competition of young chefs from Littlebrook and Riverside. Julia Fujiwara (LB, 3rd), JR Tempio (RS, 5th) and Svara Patel (LB, 3rd).

From the study of seeds and plants in Kindergarten through accelerated physics, genetics, sustainable horticulture and organic chemistry at Princeton High School, we offer a full spectrum of science courses designed to prepare students for a changing world. We want to instill in students a love of scientific inquiry, enable them to meet challenges, and to persevere to find solutions. For specific information about science courses offered at Princeton High School please consult our PHS Program of Studies.

 

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Research Program Volunteer Opportunities for 2023-2024 school year

School Gardens

Our vibrant school gardens provide hands-on learning experiences for a multitude of classes, from art to science. The lessons our school gardens provide range from teaching students how to plant, tend, and harvest fresh fruits and vegetables to studying prey and predator relationships within a garden ecosystem. Our garden educators work with students to care for each school's garden and teach students how to make a garden thrive.
 

 

Contact

Dr. Joy Barnes-Johnson, 6-12 Supervisor of Science
JoyBarnes-Johnson@princetonk12.org
609.806.4280 x 3660

 

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Summer Opportunity for Students

Agrihood Internship