Established in 1965, Princeton Day School is located just two miles from the center of Princeton, and includes more than 106 acres of open meadows, streams, ponds and forests. The coeducational day school is divided into three divisions: Lower School (Pre-K-4); Middle School (grades 5-8); and Upper School (grades 9-12), and we enroll approximately 950 students.
In academics, athletics, the arts, and service, Princeton Day School celebrates the pursuit of individual excellence and the spirit of collaboration that binds us together as a community. Our rigorous and broad program is designed for motivated and academically talented students. We emphasize both creative and critical thought and their clear expression. Supported by an exceptional faculty and a cooperative partnership of school and home, our students discover the joy of learning.
The school houses three computer centers, a planetarium, an outdoor astronomy site, a 400-seat theater, an indoor and an outdoor amphitheater, nine laboratories, three libraries, three gymnasiums, a greenhouse, an organic garden and chicken coop, a school store, four arts studios, a ceramics studio, an industrial arts shop, a drafting room, a photography laboratory, a media lab, rehearsal rooms for chorus and orchestra, individual instrumental practice rooms, an electronic music laboratory, and an art gallery. In addition to the school buildings, students make use of extensive athletic fields, including two turf fields, nine tennis courts, an ice skating rink, and the campus center.
Integrity, respect, and compassion are essential to the school’s mission. Our students leave Princeton Day School well equipped for college and beyond: prepared to act knowledgeably, to lead thoughtfully, to share generously, and to contribute meaningfully.
Opportunities of a Lifetime. Every Day.
To schedule a visit, or join a group tour, please call 924-6700 x1200. www.pds.org.