• Princeton Friends School

    Spring Fling

    "It's All About the SPICES"






    May 4, 2019 ~ 7:00 - 11:00 p.m.

    Johnson Education Center

    D & R Greenway Land Trust

    One Preservation Place, off of Rosedale Road

    Princeton, NJ 08540



    Music & Dancing ~ Good Food ~ Great Beverages!


    Come Fling with us. . .

    dance, eat, drink, make new friends!


  • Princeton Friends School


    Send Hunger Packing Princeton (SHUPP)

    Please support our shared commitment to end food insecurity in our community by donating to SHUPP

    2019 Central Study Theme: Food for thought

    For 32 years, the entire PFS community -- from administration to faculty and 8th grade to pre-kindergarten -- has focused each year's curriculum around a theme that relates to relevant global and human issues. This year's Central Study theme is "Food for Thought," and PFS students are learning about the importance of food -- essential to sustain life on Earth.

    By providing supplemental food to Princeton children and their families, Send Hunger Packing Princeton (SHUPP) seeks to reduce food insecurity in our community so that all of our children can thrive in their classrooms and beyond.

  • SPONSORS (2019)

    PFS provides students with a fundamental grounding in the values and characteristics critical to their success as individuals and also their eventual role as global citizens in a swiftly changing, increasingly complex and interconnected world



    PCG digital

    Platinum Sponsor


    Albin Family Foundation

    Platinum Sponsor

    The Albin Family Foundation is a private 501(c)(3) foundation based in Princeton, NJ

    Yesterday is history.

    Tomorrow is a mystery.

    Today is a gift.


    -Eleanor Roosevelt


    My Orthodontist

    Gold Sponsor


    Silver Sponsor



    The PFS Parents Association would like to thank the following organizations and individuals who supported last year's Spring Fling (2018) by making a donation to our event.

    We could not have done it without your generous contribution!


    Alliance Dermatology Associates

    Barnes & Noble Bookstores

    Cooper Pest Solutions

    Crayola Experience

    Dodger Theatricals. Limited

    Emily's Cafe & Catering

    Grandparents of Nathaniel and Hudson Ferenchak

    Grandparents of Harris Rothschild

    Debbie Hepler

    Hunter Farms

    Shelly Krause

    JM Group

    Kelsey Theatre


    Frank Mangee

    McCaffrey's Food Markets

    McCarter Theatre

    Milk and Cookies

    Pensive Weeds

    Robin Moscato

    Nassau Swim Club

    Nassau Tennis Club

    NY Giants

    Nicole Schrader M.D. F.A.C.S.

    Normandy FarmsParents of Kailani Nallbani

    Parents of Maia and Ona Fox

    Parents of Nathaniel and Hudson Ferenchak

    Pinneo Family

    Princeton Friends School

    Robin Moscato

    Schrader Facial Plastic Surgery

    Small World Coffee

    Sourland CyclesDance Network

    Stony Brooke-Millstone Watershed Association

    Terra Momo Restaurant Group

    Maria Turco

    Whole Foods MarketPeacock Inn

    Unionville Vineyards


    Aspen Electric Inc.

    Be Inspired Yoga

    Classical Pilates

    Emily's Cafe & Catering

    Farley’s Bookshop

    Herr’s Plumbing & Heating

    The Lyte Family

    Merrill Lynch

    Pensive Weeds

    RBC Wealth Management

    River Horse Brewery

    Schrader Facial Plastic Surgery

    Small World Coffee

  • Student Voices

    I believe that PFS has given me the spark and patience to search for meaning throughout my life… I was allowed to be me - learn the way I learn, work the way I work and think the way I think…Throughout my years at PFS, I have stayed true to myself.

    From the day I joined this community, I have been exposed to many different ideas that many people do not learn about until much later... I have learned about the power of singing. I have learned about the power of silence. And I have learned what it means to be a part of a community.

    All along I thought Hogwarts was where all the magic was, that the spells and enchantments were what I was missing out on. Now I realize the magic is here. A different type of magic, one that is changing students’ lives every day. It’s not the school, it’s the people it produces.

    "Remember the seed in the little paper cup, first the roots grow down and then the plant grows up.” For years I have sung the song “ Kindergarten Wall" at PFS and I have always wandered about the relevance of that last line. But now I know what it means. That song isn’t about plants. That song is about each of us.

    Knowing who you are is one of the gifts you will receive here at PFS.