The Princeton Public School District seeks to develop lifelong learners who value knowledge and understanding. Our schools are places of innovation where teachers, staff, and students alike are encouraged to be curious and take risks in teaching and learning. Our staff work closely with one another to model a culture of collaboration and open communication. We value rigorous learning and high academic achievement for all students, and we believe there are many pathways to success. 

Curriculum is regularly reviewed to ensure that students are meeting the highest academic standards and are gaining the skills they need to thrive. This includes developing students' proficiency with critical thinking, problem solving, research, technology, collaboration, cultural literacy, leadership, and wellness. 


Annie Gonzalez Kosek, Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction