For over 30 years, Family Video has offered free movies to students aged from kindergarten to college who receive "A's" as their final grades in school.

The Family Video located in Princeton is having its "Report Card A Program" throughout the month of June. Students can bring their report cards in and get up to five movie or video game rentals for free.

Mary Beth Long, store manager of Family Video, said this is their way of congratulating the students for their hard work throughout the school year.

"We like to give them something back," Long said. "Whenever they bring their reports card in they get really excited and we tell them about the free rentals they can get."

She said students have a good time getting to go around picking out their movies and they also get to hang their names up on the apple tree.

"We also give the teachers and faculty at the schools free rentals for helping educate the kids through the years," Long said. "It's something we try to do for all the schools and everybody who helps the kids."

Family Video also honors the "S's" kids in the primary school receive in place of "A's."

"It's all about making the kids feel good about working hard in school," Long said.

The store is open: Monday-Thursday: 12 p.m. - 10 p.m., Friday-Saturday: 10 a.m. - 10 p.m., Sunday: 12 p.m. - 10 p.m.