On Tuesday, June 13, 32 young men graduated from Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart. The 15th Commencement Exercises were preceded by a Baccalaureate Liturgy with Monsignor Thomas J. Mullelly presiding over the celebratory mass.
On Thursday, June 8, Princeton Academy alumni gathered on campus for the annual Alumni Reunion Softball Game.
On Friday, June 9, our annual Field Day brought LS students together with MS students for a fun day of outdoor activities including classic games like "capture the flag" and "tug of war".
The annual DASH @PASH 5K saw a great turnout despite the rainy weather.
The editors and staff of The Quill literary-art magazine of Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart (PASH) published their new edition this May.
The Kindergarten welcomed nine new baby chicks to their classroom this week. The students were thrilled to see the chicks "pip" and break through their eggs to hatch. The eggs, from our very own chicken coop on campus, were incubated in the classroom with the boys watching over them - it was a rewarding hands-on learning experience!
Third graders visited Washington Crossing State Park for a water hike to enhance their Science unit on biomes. The boys sloshed through a creek observing the plant growth and other living organisms.
Fourth graders went on a walking tour of historic Philadelphia which ended with a visit to the newly opened Museum of the American Revolution.
Students in Grades 5-8 displayed their research of figures throughout history as part of an annual social studies project led by MS teachers Mr. Stevens and Mr. DeFazio.
This week as part of a Superhero Gala item, the Trenton Police Department's K-9 unit was on campus to present to MS students. Thank you to Trenton's finest for their service to our community!
With only three weeks left of the 2016-2017 school year, Middle School students embarked on signature experiential trips. The trips mark a culmination of study in each grade and are a highly anticipated event of the year.
Middle School scholar-athletes were honored at the MS Athletic Awards ceremony held in the MACC after Field Day on Friday, June 9.
Lacrosse finished the season splitting their final two games. On Tuesday they beat Rutgers Prep 7-2 and on Thursday they lost a really well played game against PDS. Lacrosse finished the season 9-2; the best record in school history for lacrosse.
Tennis came up short in both matches this week to Rutgers Prep and PDS. Tennis had a great season and should be proud of their efforts.