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PULSE (Pride Unity Leadership Sisterhood Esteem) Women’s History Month Exhibit, March 12, 2018

Student group, PULSE, advised by Mrs. Lenora Keel, will present Museums in Motion, a traveling African American museum, will present an intriguing exhibit on Amazing American women to be held in the Numina Gallery at Princeton High School on Monday,…

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Princeton High School Black History Month Events, 2018

A Spirituals and Gospel Festival Princeton High School choirs, community choir volunteers, and praise dancers will collaborate for a celebration of gospel music. The concert will feature guest musician Raymond Wise, Ph.D.  Friday, February 23, 2018 7:30 PM , PHS…

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Call to Action: Showing up Tuesday, April 25 to Support Students.

Show up Tuesday to Support Students! Princeton High School’s students of color were affected by the use of the N-word in the recently publicized Snapchat incident as well as by racial slurs and other demeaning tactics used to diminish their…

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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 Chronicles Portrait Exhibit, June 25 – July 30, 2016

Princeton Chronicles, founded by Priya Vulchi, Not in Our Town board member, consists of Princeton High School students, who, under the guidance of local historian and Not in Our Town board member, Shirley Satterfield, and professional artist, Dressler Smith, have…

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