By exploring personal identity and the identities of their peers, students model the lessons of Martin Luther King, Jr. as they considered conflict civility, resolution through dialogue, and living with moral courage.
Civil rights leader and Congressman John Lewis visited The Hun School. “We’re trying our best to inspire another generation of young people (not just in America, but around the world) to stand up; to be brave; to be courageous. And, when you see something that is not right, you make a little noise,” said Congressman Lewis.
Building a Foundation
"Building the foundation for global understanding and cross-cultural relationships requires hard, thoughtful work. We are blessed by the diversity that thrives in our corner of the quiet Edgerstoune neighborhood – students and teachers representing every heritage, class, and identity, and hailing from New Jersey, eighteen states, and thirty-one nations (Algeria to Vietnam). Through everyday communication and friendships, we can be our own best resource for practicing how to connect across every kind of difference."
Jonathan Brougham, headmaster
Through programming on campus and beyond, Hun students are given the tools to explore our common humanity and fully understand their responsibilities as global citizens.
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Black Violin - Wednesday, December 7th
The duo of Black Violin use their talent as string musicians to spread a message that challenges the world’s view of what it means to rise above labels, be daring enough to follow your passion and most of all, be true to yourself.
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school. Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.