History

Our Young Pre classroom is for ages. This age group is working on developing their fine and gross motor skills, that are gaining independence and developing their social skills through play.

1931, Founded in Princeton

Over the next twenty years, the school grew to encompass a faculty of six and a student body of forty, all housed in Mrs. Chapin’s cramped apartment in “downtown” Princeton.

1958, Moved

Remembered as “a white-haired Southern lady with a heart-shaped face, fine nose, nice eyes and a manner of beetling her eyebrows to command

1961, 30th anniversary

Remembered as “a white-haired Southern lady with a heart-shaped face, fine nose, nice eyes and a manner of beetling her eyebrows to command

  • Students
  • Alumni
Students Graduate Empowered

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

Students are Prepared

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

Home of Mrs. Frances Edmond

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church building on All Saints.

11 Mercer Street.

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

Herbert O. Hagens '60

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church building on All Saints.

Bernard Kilgore

It started out as a preschool with five students in a church located in the heart of Princeton. Growing rapidly, the school moved into a larger church.

National Association of Independent Schools
Association of the French Schools
New Jersey Association
National Association of Independent Schools
Association of the French Schools
Association of the French Schools
Ms. Leslie
MYP G6 Homeroom, Sciences Teacher

Ms. Lesli has been teaching sciences for the 13 years in the Philippines and Indonesia. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in physical science, and is a licensed teacher.

Ms. Keisel
Grade 1 Homeroom Teacher

Ms. Keisel has been teaching for six years in Venezuela, China and Morocco. She is experienced in the IB PYP and Waldorf Steiner curricula. Ms. Keisel is a linguist who speaks four languages: Spanish, French, English and Arabic. She is accompanied by her journalist husband and two young children.

Ms. Cherie
PYP Coordinator

Ms. Cherie has been an international school teacher for 17 years. She has worked in the Philippines, Indonesia, China and Russia as a homeroom teacher, grade level head and PYP coordinator. She graduated BS Psychology with emphasis on Education. Cherie is a licensed teacher and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in primary education. She is an IB PYP workshop leader, school visiting team member and reader.