Thank you for your interest in Community House! Founded in 1969, Community House is devoted to standing with Princeton families by providing tools for academic success and social-emotional wellness through programs that bolster early childhood literacy, promote the mastery of fundamental academic skills, provide mentoring and create early awareness of post-secondary opportunities for underserved youth.
Due to COVID-19 and our desire to prioritize the safety and wellbeing of our students and the families we work with, Community House’s physical location is currently closed. We are committed to responding to the needs of our families, and are currently working to transition some of our programs to a virtual format. More information about Community House virtual offerings will be available on our website soon.
Youth Participants must live in the Princeton area or have a parent/guardian who works at Princeton University AND be part of an underrepresented population (low-income, first generation college or person of color).
Contact Community House:
Address: 58 Prospect Avenue, Princeton NJ (3rd, Floor)