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Princeton Day School


609.924.6700


Top-tier independent school offers PreK-12 co-ed learning experience for day students on a 106-acre campus five min. from downtown Princeton. Student-led leadership programs and demonstrable diversity, equity and inclusion practices fuel our mission to nurture the mind, body and character of each student. Depth of learning, skills acquisition and innovative problem-solving define our expertly facilitated STEAM, arts and humanities programs, sports and extracurriculars. LEED-certified 30,000+ sq. ft. new athletic center, REx science independent study program, top Model UN, Energy & Climate Scholars, Jacobson Music Scholars program and more.

Princeton Montessori School


609-924-4594


Princeton Montessori School, founded in 1968, is an independent, coeducational day school dedicated to the highest quality education of children, offering programs for infants through 8th grade. We are dedicated to igniting a passion for learning and nurturing the potential in each child in accordance with the principles of the Montessori philosophy. It is our mission to promote intrinsic motivation, independence, social responsibility, and a love of learning so that as global citizens, our students can lead fulfilling lives and work to better the world. Authorized by The International Baccalaureate® (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) for students aged 11-16, our graduates are confident, competent and well-prepared for success in life. Princeton Montessori School continues to provide children from the greater Princeton area with the very best in Montessori education.

The Laurel School of Princeton


609- 566-6000


The Laurel School of Princeton is excited to announce the expansion to high school this year — we are now accepting applications for our first graduating class of 2023! Specializing in educating students with language-based learning differences such as dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, Laurel School provides individualized instruction and support to meet the unique learning challenges of our students. At Laurel, all of our students learn differently – so no one is "pulled out" of class for support – needs are met in the classroom with their peers. By celebrating and validating the strengths of their dyslexic minds, Laurel students are confident, curious, and they love to come to school each day. Applications are accepted year-round. To learn more or schedule a tour, visit www.laurelschoolprinceton.org/admissions

The Watershed Academy


609-737-3735


CANCELED DUE TO COVID-19With great sadness, we’ve concluded that we are not able to deliver camp the way we’ve enjoyed together in the past. The safety and well-being of our campers and the community is always our top priority when planning for the summer. With the coronavirus still present in our region, we cannot maintain the level of safety, education, companionship, and fun that we strive for at Watershed Nature Camp. Our staff have been investigating alternative programming for the summer and are continuing to work on providing activities and programs over the summer.

The Watershed Institute


609-737-3735


Hours: Dawn to dusk
The 860-acre Watershed Reserve in Hopewell NJ offers outdoor experiences for the entire family. Visitors can enjoy the animals and exhibits of the Buttinger Nature Center, the butterflies and garden habitats of the Kate Gorrie Butterfly House (in season), and more more than 10 miles of hiking trails. The Reserve is owned and managed by The Watershed Institute - central New Jersey's first environmental group. The Watershed Institute protects clean water and the environment throughout the 265-square-mile region of central New Jersey drained by the Stony Brook and Millstone River. For directions or to learn more visit www.thewatershed.org/

Waldorf School Of Princeton


609-466-1970


Waldorf School of Princeton, New Jersey’s only accredited Waldorf school, educates children from toddlerhood through eighth grade. Our highly structured curriculum integrates arts and sciences, encouraging students to become creative, balanced, socially responsible individuals who love to learn. Our time-tested approach corresponds to the stages of human development, focusing on not only what children learn, but how they learn. Our graduates emerge self-motivated, morally anchored, and ready to thrive not only in the most demanding high schools and colleges, but on whichever paths they choose. For more information, visit our website at www.princetonwaldorf.org or call 609-466-1970 x 115.

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