“There is no better education than one that is self-driven.”

Neil deGrasse Tyson

As the world changes, so must educational paradigms. New careers, new opportunities, and new innovations will all require new approaches to education. In our three-year research program, students have the ability to think critically and creatively about their topics of interest, collaborate with fellow students and experts in a variety of fields, and communicate their findings to the public, professional organizations, plus local and national science fairs and competitions.


PROJECTS

Sarah presents her work on microevolution of feral rock pigeons at the Wilson Ornithological Society.

Class of 2021

This was the first graduating class where a few student were able to upload information about their projects.

Class of 2024

We can’t wait to see what projects our year 2 students come up with!

Matthew seeks to lower the carbon footprint of insect agriculture and promote entomophagy.

Class of 2022

This link will lead you to the individual and group projects that were developed by students in the graduating class of 2022, in collaboration with their research mentors.

Students are planning for a wide variety of investigations, from slime molds to lizards!

Class of 2023

This link will lead you to the individual and group projects that were developed by students in the graduating class of 2023, in collaboration with their research mentors.


CONTACT

Teachers

Jacqueline Katz (currently working at the Library of Congress)

Jennifer Smolyn

Mark Eastburn

Feel free to call or text us!

jacquelinekatz@princetonk12.org

jennifersmolyn@princetonk12.org

markeastburn@princetonk12.org

+1 (609) 806-4280

Princeton High School

151 Moore Street
Princeton, NJ 08540
USA