Hun Camp


Our philosophy is simple, to provide a camp that is fun and safe while reinforcing kindness, respect, cooperation, and fairness.
Rich Volz was a Hun Camp counselor for twelve years and has been the director for three years. During the academic year, Rich is the chair of the English department and head coach of the JV baseball team in the spring.

Andrew Bezila teaches Special Education in Hamilton and has been a Hun Camp counselor for nearly fifteen years. He is the counselor for the oldest group of boys and runs the camp’s Junior Counselor in Training program, an experience in which thirteen-year-old campers learn the responsibilities of being a Junior Counselor but still play the camp games and activities. He has two children, Jacob and Grace, who attend the camp.

Julie Davis
 is a new counselor at Hun Camp, but has been teaching Math at the school for nearly thirty years. She is the Math department chair and assistant girls’ Varsity Basketball coach. She has also coached girls’ soccer in previous years. Julie and her husband, Dave, are both teachers at Hun, and their two children, Charlie and Natalie, are currently students in ninth and twelfth grade respectively.

William Holup has been a counselor at Hun Camp for three years and has taught History and Economics at the school for nearly twenty. He previously coached JV Baseball and is the head girls’ Varsity Basketball coach at the school. Bill and his wife, Cheryl, live in Pennsylvania with their pup named Rocky.
Bethany Loffredo has been a counselor at Hun Camp for two years and has taught English at the school for six years. After serving as the Grade Level Dean in charge of ninth grade, Beth recently became the school’s Dean of Students, a position that leads the school’s character education, honor code, and discipline. She also lives on campus and coaches field hockey and girls’ lacrosse.

Jamie McKee works as an administrative assistant in Hun’s Athletic Office during the school year and has been a Hun Camp counselor for two years. At camp, Jamie is usually the counselor for the nine and ten-year-old girls and runs the after-care program that provides snacks, games, and supervision for campers who stay past the typical camp day. Jamie and her husband, Luke, have a future camper, a two-year-old son named Nathan.

Jim Nehlig has been a Hun Camp counselor for approximately fifteen years. During the academic year, Jim teaches Driver’s Ed, Health, and Physical Education in the Middle and Upper School. He also helps coach the Varsity Hockey team and is the head Middle School Boys’ Lacrosse coach. Jim has also led Hun’s wrestling team and assisted the football program as well. Jim lives on campus with his wife, Ruth, and their four children. Their daughter, Taylor, graduated from Hun and is a Hun Camp counselor for the youngest group of girls during the summers. Their son, James, is a senior at the school, and their younger daughters, Letson and Kendall, are sophomores at Hun who assist the camp as Junior Counselors as well.

Taylor Nehlig graduated from the Hun School and is now studying to be a nurse at The University of Scranton, where she is also enrolled in ROTC. While at Hun, Taylor helped the camp as a Junior Counselor for several summers and then became a lead counselor two years ago. She is the daughter of another counselor at camp, Jim Nehlig, and the older sister to Kendall and Letson, Junior Counselors who currently attend Hun and assist camp.

Pat Quirk teaches Math at Hun, coaches the Varsity Boys’ Soccer team, and serves as Dean of Resident Programs. Pat is certified in elementary education and has spent his summers as a counselor for ten years. At the pool, he leads the “minnows,” the group of beginner and non-swimmers who learn to develop comfort in the pool and basic swimming abilities. Pat and his wife, Lauren, live on Hun’s campus with their dog, Raider.   

Danielle Siano is a senior at West Chester University and will graduate with an education degree to teach fourth through eighth grade. After being a Junior Counselor at camp for several years, Dani has been a counselor for five years. She runs the pre-care program that offers an early drop-off for campers who need to arrive before the official start of camp. She is also a certified lifeguard who directs our swim program, organizing supervision and curriculum for the swim lessons and free swim portions of each day.

JCIT Program

Are you 13-years-old?

Join our Junior Counselor in Training Program will offer 13-year-olds an opportunity to learn the skills needed to become a junior counselor with the day camp, and at the same time enjoy the camp games and sports they have grown to love. This group will have the opportunity to mentor younger campers and facilitate group activities with counselor guidance. Each week the group will earn a special off-site trip such as bowling, a movie, or mini-golf. Campers who are 13 are automatically enrolled in the JCIT program. The JCIT’s are supervised by a seasoned, adult Hun Camp counselor. Regular weekly camp fees apply. When registering for camp, full days or half days can be selected. 
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school.  Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.

176 Edgerstoune Road, Princeton, NJ 08540  |  Phone: (609) 921-7600 | Email: