Princeton Charter School
|Princeton Charter School|
100 Bunn Drive
|Headmaster||Lawrence D. Patton|
|Faculty||38 (on FTE basis)|
|Student to teacher ratio||9:1|
|Campus||7 acres (2.8 ha)|
The Princeton Charter School is a K-8 Charter school in Princeton, New Jersey. Admission to the school is by lottery, available to all residents of the town, and free of charge. The school was founded in 1997, following the passage, by the New Jersey Legislature of the Charter School Program Act of 1995. From the original class of 72, the school has grown to around 400 students. Students from the school go on to Princeton High School or one of several private schools in and around Princeton. The Charter School is a top academic performer statewide, especially in standardized testing.
- "History and Mission". Princeton Charter School.
- "New Jersey Department of Education, School Report Card" (PDF). New Jersey Department of Education School Report Card. Retrieved 24 June 2015.
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