Hudson County Schools of Technology to Strengthen Career and Technical Education Programs Across Jersey City and Secaucus Campuses in 2022-23 School Year

HUDSON COUNTY, N.J. – In an effort to continue providing quality Career and Technical Education program opportunities for Hudson County Schools of Technology high school students, County Prep High School/ATD and High Tech High School/ACTE will be coordinating to strengthen specialization of Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs across both campuses. The program enhancement is...

High Tech’s Christopher Martinez Set to Shine in Nickelodeon’s Warped!

(Secaucus, NJ––January 11, 2022) High Tech senior Christopher Martinez will play the character Hurley on the upcoming Nickelodeon series Warped!, announced Ms. Kathy Young, principal of High Tech High School. A musical theater major at HTHS, Christopher began acting around age 5, when he and his brother—HTHS alum Sebastian Martinez—started interviewing child celebrities for their...

HTHS Alumni Obiamaka Nnadika

HTHS Alumni Obiamaka Nnadika Earns Scholarship to Study at Cambridge University

(Secaucus, NJ––January 11, 2022) High Tech High School alumni and Jersey City resident Obiamaka Nnadika was recently awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship and will study at Cambridge University this spring, announced Ms. Kathy Young, principal at High Tech High School. Nnadika graduated HTHS in 2019 and is currently a junior majoring in government at...

New Holiday Traditions Take Center Stage at HTHS

(Secaucus, NJ––December 23, 2021) The halls at High Tech are, quite literally, decked this year. Two new traditions—a door-decor battle between homerooms, and an academy-vs-academy tree decorating contest—have helped generate a festive vibe on campus this year, thanks to initiatives from the junior student council and Ms. Kathy Young, principal of High Tech High School....

Culinary Arts Immersion a Success for County Prep Students

County Prep culinary arts students visited Hudson County Community College multiple times this school year to participate in a “ Culinary Arts Immersion '' work-based learning experience (WBL). The students were afforded the opportunity to work "one-on-one" with a renowned chef to prepare a variety of succulent dishes. During one of the sessions, our students...

Explore’s Council on Diversity Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

This school year Explore Middle School is excited to announce their first-ever Council on Diversity. The club is led by Explore’s Academic Coach and 8th Grade Language Arts teacher, Ms. Justine Franco. The council includes 7th grader Olivia Haberman and 6th graders Charlee Meyer, Madison Estrella, Lori Kim, and Noelle Dilworth. The council focuses on...

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