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Bring a Dish, Donate a Book, March 1, 2019

Support Princeton High School’s Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) by donating a book, new or gently used, by an African American or Multicultural author for the Project Lit Book Club, which aims to share these books with Princeton Public School…

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Cultural Celebration and Book Drive at Princeton High School, March 1, 2019

We will start collecting books in a bin near the Princeton High School Main Office starting on LOVE DAY (February 14)!  To attend the cultural celebration, reply here. Labyrinth Books is creating a table of subject appropriate books for people…

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See Me, Hear Me: A Conversation With Tomorrow’s Leaders, April 28, 2018

Students from two Princeton High School leadership groups, the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) and PULSE (Pride, Unity, Leadership, Sisterhood, Esteem) will be hosting our 2nd annual student conference, See Me, Hear Me: A Conversation with Tomorrows’ Leaders on Saturday,…

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See Me, Hear Me: Open, Honest Dialogue with Today’s Youth, Saturday, April 29

On April 29, the Minority Student Achievement Network (MSAN) and PULSE youth organizations of Princeton High School will bring together students, parents, teachers, school staff, community partners and organizations for a day of discussions on current topics impacting our schools…

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Princeton High School senior is this year’s winner of Princeton University’s Prize in Race Relations

Tatianna Sims’ documentary about the hurdles minorities face daily earned her this year’s Princeton University’s Prize in Race Relations.

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