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The Wilberforce School: Application Tips & An Inside Look

Application Advice from Wilberforce Admissions Director Christina Keddie

Courtesy of the Wilberforce School

“Wilberforce provides a solid foundation of character-building and faith-building, as well as study skills and a joy of learning.”

—Christina Keddie, Admissions Director at The Wilberforce School

 

 

The Wilberforce School is a private, K-12 Christian school in Princeton Junction, NJ, which was founded in 2005. It prides itself on offering a classical education at an advanced pace, at least one grade level ahead. Its director of admissions is Christina Keddie, who kindly took time out of her schedule to share some inside tips on how to apply to, and be accepted by, a school like Wilberforce.

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How to Make the High School Tennis Team

How to Make the High School Tennis Team – Advice from Top Tennis Coaches in the Princeton Area

“When you do something best in life, you don’t really want to give that up—and for me it’s tennis.”  

—Roger Federer

Tennis is a popular sport for all ages. To scope out the top tennis programs in the Princeton area and learn the best ways to train and kindle your passion for tennis, Princeton Tutoring spoke with Sarah Hibbert, the head coach of the Princeton High School (PHS) girls’ and boys’ tennis teams, and Stuart Woody, the varsity girls’ head coach at The Hun School of Princeton.

For students interested in pursuing tennis, either as a hobby or more rigorously in high school and beyond, these insights are a great place to start.

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