High Tech’s Aaleah Oliver Competes in 2015 Poetry Out Loud State Finals

(Princeton, NJ—March 13, 2015) High Tech’s Aaleah Oliver, a resident of Secaucus, who won the Region 6 Championship of the 2015 Poetry Out Loud competition, competed at the State Finals at Richardson Auditorium at Princeton University, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech High School. Oliver recited “Thoughtless Cruelty” by Charles Lamb in...

Kapil Kanakaraj of High Tech Named a Winner at The Jersey Journal’s 57th Annual Hudson County Science Fair

by Patrick Villanova, The Jersey Journal: (Jersey City, NJ–March 6, 2015) While two high school students have officially been crowned winners of The Jersey Journal‘s 57th annual Hudson County Science Fair, a number of their peers have earned medals for their projects. McNair High School senior Eswar Anandapadmanaban and High Tech High School junior...

Picatinny Arsenal and ARDEC Select High Tech’s Kylie Long and Anisha Mahat as Runners-Up for Monmouth Junior Science Symposium

(West Long Branch, NJ—February 24, 2015) Picatinny Arsenal and ARDEC (U.S. Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center) have selected two High Tech students, Kylie Long of Kearny and Harrison resident Anisha Mahat, as runners-up for their projects for the Monmouth Junior Science Symposium, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech High School....

High Tech Research Represented at XIX Poster Session of American Chemical Society at St. Joseph’s College

(Brooklyn, NY—February 7, 2015) High Tech students presented their research at XIX Poster Session of the New York Section of the American Chemical Society at St. Joseph’s College, where students from the five boroughs and New Jersey took part in the contest judged by imminent scientists, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech...

High Tech’s Dr. Lavlinski Joins Other Teachers in Seton Hall’s Project Acceleration

(North Bergen, NJ–February 3, 2015) Dr. Dmitri Lavlinski, who teaches AP Chemistry for High Tech, has joined other High Tech teachers in connecting their coursework to Seton Hall University’s college curriculum in a program known as Project Acceleration, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella,Upon completion of the course, students earn college credits.  Students register in September and...

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