In October of 1998, a visionary group of individuals, many of whom had their roots in Stuart Country Day School of the Sacred Heart as parents, alumni and faculty recognized a need for a values-based school for boys.
This group became the founding Board of Trustees, and the school was formally incorporated. In September 1999, Princeton Academy of the Sacred Heart opened its doors with 34 students in Grades K-3 and 14 faculty and staff in rented space on the current campus. The following September, the school grew to 94 students in K-Grade 6 and the faculty and staff grew to 33. In December 2000, Princeton Academy purchased the current property and by February of 2002, Princeton Academy was able to retire the mortgage. In November 2003, Princeton Academy received accreditation from the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. In 2008, Princeton Academy was formally admitted into the Network of Sacred Heart Schools.
I hope that we continue to inspire young men and instill in them a love of learning. I hope that our graduates, armed with the Sacred Heart values, go on to make the world a better place for future generations. I also hope that future members of the community never forget our humble roots. - Founding Educator Suzanne Kazi
It is with heartfelt appreciation that we honor our Founding Trustees for their vision and dedication to making Princeton Academy a reality:
Olen Kalkus, ex officio
Sr. Joan Kirby
Sr. Carolyn Roesel