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Vol. LXV, No. 10
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
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SYNERGY: The Princeton Arts and Education Center, which will initially be comprised of The American Boychoir School, the French American School of Princeton, and The Wilberforce School, will open in late August 2011 on the campus formerly known as St. Joseph’s Seminary at 75 Mapleton Road.

New Arts and Education Center Home for Three Local Schools

Ellen Gilbert

“We are three very different schools and that’s why it’s so interesting to work together,” observed French American School of Princeton head and founder Corinne Gungor in a recent conversation about the new Princeton Center for Arts & Education (PCAE) that will open late this summer on the site formerly known as St. Joseph’s Seminary. The two other schools participating in this adventure in education are the American Boychoir School and Wilberforce Academy.

“Geek Freak” Weekend Promises Celebration Of Town and Gown, Math, Science and Einstein

Dilshanie Perera

Don’t be surprised if you see Einstein strolling around Princeton this weekend.

What began last year as a one-day homage to Princeton’s most famous resident has turned into a weekend celebration of math, science, and Albert Einstein, with events beginning on Friday, March 11, and continuing through Monday, March 14.

Searching for Bobby Fisher? Try The Princeton Charter School

Ellen Gilbert

You’ll hear no arguments about the saying “success breeds success” from the Princeton Charter School (PCS) chess team.

Just a week after winning the New Jersey Elementary championship, team members went up against older competitors in the New Jersey Junior High School Championship tournament, and walked away with another first place finish to become the New Jersey Junior High School chess champions. Team members included Merrick Chang, Ashwin Dandamudi, Jonathan Yue, and Jay Yalamanchili, who also took home a trophy for placing eighth in singles.

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