At Princeton Preparatory Schools, there are plenty of opportunities for student involvement. Below are some of the activities that make student life at Princeton alive and contextual.
Each school semester, the students participate in gardening. Gardening gives children a chance to learn an important life skill, one that is overlooked in standard school curriculum. Gardening is also a great way to teach environmental awareness by exploring the workings of nature.
We offer two engaging music programs at Princeton. Our World Music Program is a celebration of great music from around the world. Our Classical Music Studies in our Elementary Program introduces students to the masters of classical music from around the globe, musical genres, composers, and the anatomy of an orchestra.
Cultural studies aim to foster an inquisitive and positive attitude towards other cultures, create tolerance and understanding as well as to nurture enthusiasm for different cultures. Cultural studies are taught at Princeton focusing on both the geographical and cultural aspects of countries and people.
Art plays a very important role in child development . Artistic activities help children learn other subjects such as reading and math. It also promotes visual, motor and social development. Using art as a vehicle for expression is enriching because children can use it as a communication tool. Our Art Program includes, painting, drawing, art-history and pottery.
Princeton Preparatory Schools offers your child a caring environment where Christ’s attitude is reflected everywhere. We care about each other, pray for each other, and support each other in prayer and biblical understanding.
Princeton has weekly chapel services for all children toddlers to elementary. The Elementary chapel services begin with praise and worship and are student led. Pre-kindergarten students are instructed in praise, worship, and prayer during chapel. Chapel time aims to motivate and challenge students to continue serving God with all their hearts.
We desire that our students carry out the Great Commission and learn by our example to place the needs of others above their own needs and wants.