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HTHS Musical Theater Students in Running for Paper Mill Playhouse Awards

(Secaucus, NJ––May 17, 2022) Three High Tech Students—Christopher Martinez, Hannah Beemer, and Avery Ramsey—have been nominated for 2022 Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Awards, announced Ms. Kathy Young, Principal of High Tech High School. All three students were nominated in the category of Outstanding Solo Performance. Christopher Martinez, a senior at HTHS, was nominated for...

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...

High Tech Singer, Lauralie, Releases Music Video Featuring HTHS Dancers

(Secaucus, NJ––November 16, 2021) High Tech songstress Lauralie Mufute recently released a music video for her new song, “No Fool,” which featured several dancers from High Tech’s Performing Arts Academy, announced Ms. Kathy Young, Principal of High Tech High School. Laurlie, who resides in Jersey City, is a senior majoring in Musical Theater at High...

HTHS Dancer’s Film “MMXX” Earns Spot at Acadia Dance Festival

(Secaucus, NJ––July 27, 2021) The previously decorated student dance film, “MMXX,” has recently been selected for screening at the Acadia Dance Festival’s 2021 Dance Film Screening this July, announced Ms. Kathy Young, Principal of High Tech High School. Already recognized by the Hudson County Alliance of Teen Arts, the film “MMXX” is a musical, visual and kinesthetic...

Lauralie Lets Loose: HTHS Songstress Releases First Single

(Secaucus, NJ––July 27, 2021) Lauralie Mufute––who goes by the stage name Lauralie––released her first musical single, “Bully,” earlier this month, announced Ms. Kathy Young, Principal of High Tech High School. A musical theater major in the Performing Arts Academy, Lauralie began singing at 8-years old but did not start writing and producing her own work...

Rising Senior Awarded Dance Fellowship at Prestigious Ailey School in NYC

(Secaucus, NJ––June 16, 2021) Jovy Rose Mariano, a rising senior at High Tech High School, has been awarded a Van Lier Fund Fellowship at The Ailey School, a world-class dance training program, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech High School. Van Lier Fund Fellows are chosen based on criteria such as artistic merit,...

HTHS Artists Collaborate Across Counties in NJPAC’s City Verses

(Secaucus, NJ––June 15, 2021) Three High Tech High School students set the musical score for their artistic peers in Essex County through the CityVerses project at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech High School. The CityVerses project began in 2019, with the aim of fostering creative...

Two HTHS Seniors Recognized with Governor’s Award for Excellence

(Secaucus, NJ––April 22, 2021) Brogan Donston and Nicolette Zika have earned the Student Award for Artistic Excellence and Leadership in Dance as part of the New Jersey Governor’s Awards in Arts Education, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech High School. Brogan and Nicolette were recognized for their outstanding work in the field of...

HTHS Juniors Join Outgoing Seniors as Members of National Honor Society for Dance Arts

(Secaucus, NJ––April 22, 2021) High Tech juniors Maialen Abio, Isabella Delgado, Brogan Donston, Jailin Garcia, Jovy Rose Mariano, and Dylan Nally are the most recent students to be inducted into the National Honor Society for Dance Arts (NHSDA), announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech High School. The NHDSA is part of the National...

High Tech Drama Students to Participate in Tiny Shakes(peare)’s Romeo & Juliet

(Secaucus, NJ––March 15, 2021) Three High Tech students––juniors Kimani Culbreath and Maya Ramdayal, along with freshman Saorla Rafferty––were selected to participate in the 2021 production of Tiny Shakes: Romeo & Juliet at the Two River Theater in Red Bank, NJ, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech High School. Kimani Culbreath and Maya Ramdayal...

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