From the Headmaster

Community Wellness

Alfred F. Dugan III

Dear Princeton Academy Community,

The times that we are living in are stressful. During these trying days, it is vital that we take care of ourselves and maintain our own personal social and emotional wellbeing so that we can care for our children, our families and our loved ones. 

In an effort to ensure the wellness of our community, I am pleased to share that Princeton Academy will be providing the services of our school psychologist, Dr. Kenneth Shore, to all members of our community. Dr. Shore welcomes us to contact him any time by phone at (609) 371-1767 or via email to discuss concerns related to our children, our families or ourselves. Dr. Shore is flexible and will make himself available at a time that is most convenient for us. All communications will be kept confidential. 

Princeton Academy is proud to partner with Good Grief, a non-profit organization committed to building resilience in children, strengthening families, and empowering communities to grow from loss and adversity. We are grateful to Good Grief for their leadership and support during this time. Please click here to access contact information and COVID 19 Resources and Updates from Good Grief directly related to the relevancy of their mission amidst our current context.

Additionally, please see below for a collection of resources provided to our community by the New Jersey Association of Independent Schools (NJAIS). 

As we are filled with the hope that Easter provides, let us lean on the love that binds our community to strengthen us with support so that we can be whole, healthy and uplifted, now and forever. 

With all of my heart,


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