From Flea Market to MakerSpace... On Thursday, May 18, students in fourth grade went on a field trip to a local flea market to find items to bring back to use in their Making class.
On Saturday, May 13, Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart held its Annual Auction and Gala. The theme for this year's Gala was superheroes and there was no shortage of them on the night of the event!
On Friday, May 12, the Lower School celebrated Grandparents and Special Friends Day.
On Friday, May 5, Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart launched its five-year strategic plan, Epic Vision: Soaring with Heart at an all-school assembly. The celebration included all members of the Princeton Academy community.
Four Princeton Academy Alumni returned to campus to present to Middle School students about forensics, the art of competitive speech and debate.
This week, the second grade class went on its signature trip to Sandy Hook which enhances the ocean habitat science unit. The boys got hands-on experience with ocean life and plus, it was a great day at the shore!
Congratulations to the third grade class on a wonderful performance of Charlotte's Web!
Congratulations to third grader Will M., who served as Building and Grounds Manager for the Day with Mr. Hewins.
This week was the last Prayer Buddies activity for the academic year. The good weather and outdoor activities were welcome, The boys enjoyed time together on the Low Ropes Course, in the GaGa Pit and on the athletic fields.
Students in seventh grade took a practice SSAT this week to help prepare them for what lies ahead in their secondary school search.
John Tarchis '05, Captain in the United States Army, visited campus this week and spoke with eighth graders on the topic of leadership in Mr. Dugan's Headmaster's Seminar. "Values-based organizations produce the best leaders," noted Tarchis while sharing with the young men how proud he is to be a Princeton Academy alumnus. Thank you for your service Captain Tarchis - we are proud of you!
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.
Baseball opened the week beating Cranbury 10-6. This was the first win in school history for baseball over Cranbury. Baseball ended the week with a 16-6 victory over Rutgers Prep. Baseball heads into the final week of the season with a record of 5-1 and will host Rutgers Prep on Tuesday, May 16 and PDS on Thursday, May 18.