Required courses include English I and English II (which must respectively be taken in the first two years) and two more years of English; three years of science, including biology and chemistry; one year of a foreign language, though three years is recommended; three years of mathematics; one year of gym for every year that the student is enrolled; two years of United States history, one year of world history; one year of visual/performing arts; one year of practical arts; and one half year of financial literacy.
In addition, students must show proficiency in the PARCC assessment.
In order to receive a diploma from Princeton High School, students must successfully complete a minimum of 120 credits from grade 9 to grade 12.
Each year-long class counts for 5 credits; each semester class counts for 2.5.
Princeton High is located between Moore Street and Walnut Lane.
The district middle school, John Witherspoon Middle School, is located across from the high school athletic fields on Walnut Lane.
This image of PHS from above (with old municipal boundaries pre-dating the January 1, 2013, consolidation of Princeton highlighted) predates the 2000s construction.