Princeton Friends School Reviews
No full time nurse. No health education by health educators. No school counselor or school social worker or psychologist. Teachers have asked for a counselor and head of school refuses.
Few after school; most at lunch time makes it awkward for students to eat and do clubs. Seems stuck in the 1980s.
Administration is very poor, resistant to change, doesn't support teachers or families. School has gone downhill dramatically in past few years. Many unhappy families and teachers.
A few standout teachers. Many are either outdated in their practices or not strong in their subject areas.
There are very few sports offered but there is a wonderful after school program with activities aimed at kids of all ages. There are many art-centered clubs available to interested students.
The school focuses on preserving a community feeling and as such there is little to no bullying. The school is very safe and has many emergency plans.
The school and administrators are very kind to incoming applicants, they work with the parents and children to make sure it's the right school for them. Academics requirements are not excessively difficult at all. Financial aid is available.