What’s it like to move to a new country where you don’t know anyone? Peek inside the Falberts' journey from Denmark to the U.S. and learn how the PJS community welcomed them home.
Penney Edwards-Carter's daughter Katryna was a student in the very first PJS class in 1983! Today, her great nephew Layton is in Grade 4. Find out what has kept the multi-talented Edwards-Dickson family coming back to PJS for the past 35 years.
After only one year at Princeton Junior School, our daughter is confident and disciplined. She is willing to work hard, keeping a goal in mind and always acting as a team member. She is assertive yet respectful of others opinions and needs.
- Diana Gonzalez
The International Baccalaureate program has given our children a wonderfully diverse education and a real appreciation of the world around them.
- Rebecca Lustenberger
Beyond the warmth and support our entire family found at PJS, our son also developed a strong sense of who he is and a love of learning that has helped him to excel in middle school.
I felt like PJS had breathed life back into a child who had fallen out of love with learning. PJS, simply put, was the ‘right fit’.
- Yinka Akinlawon
We came to PJS in 2010, when our twins started Kindergarten, and we continue to be impressed by the lengths to which the faculty go for their students.
- Brian Hayes
When I think of my family and reflect on our experience at this school, one word comes to mind: home.
- Alicia Vaughan