The community’s dedication to the education of its children is reflected in its excellent schools. Princeton’s public schools feature extensive facilities, diverse curriculums and well-trained staffs—all aimed at developing each young person’s full potential. The school system has a combined enrollment of over 1800 students served by three elementary, one middle, one junior high, and one senior high school. In addition, two parochial schools combine to provide quality elementary education to approximately 150 students.

graphicThe Princeton public school curriculum is designed to challenge students at all ability levels. A favorable pupil-to-teacher ratio of 17 to 1 is maintained in elementary grades, while secondary grades have a 15 to 1 ratio. In addition, various special education programs and pre-schools capably serve community needs.

The instructional quality at Princeton High School is reflected in the consistently outstanding performance of its students on national scholastic tests, and the fact that a very high percentage of its graduates go on to college. Instructional resources complement a curriculum of college prep, tech prep, vocational courses, and an accelerated program for gifted students. The school is also the center for special needs students of the area. Numerous clubs and organizations, excellent athletic programs, and outstanding music and cultural activities round out students’ education.



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