High Tech Architectural Alumnus Hamza Qureshi to Speak at Carnegie Mellon’s Commencement Ceremony This Year

(Pittsburgh, PA–April 10, 2019) High Tech Architecture alumnus Hamza Qureshi, a resident of Jersey City, has been chosen to speak at Carnegie Mellon University’s commencement ceremony, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech. Qureshi will graduate from Carnegie Mellon with a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture with an additional major in Human-Computer Interaction....

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HIGH TECH HIGH SCHOOL DANCE DEPARTMENT PRESENTS NOVUM: A NEW BEGINNING

High Tech Dance Department continues its 2018-2019 season with their annual Spring Dance Showcase, Novum: A new beginning. Directed by Trista DeFilippis, Novum stars dance majors who will present their own choreography which is the culmination of year long projects. These dancers create their own works, choose their own music scores, light and costume their...

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High Tech Sophomore Biomedical Students Attend 3rd Annual Jersey Shore Junior Science Symposium

(Toms River, NJ--March 21, 2019) Following a trip to the Independent College Fund of New Jersey’s 6th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, sophomores in High Tech High School biomedical science attended this year’s Jersey Shore Junior Science Symposium (JSJSS), announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech. Accompanied by instructor Joseph Ona, the students presented...

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High Tech’s Biomedical Students Attend the Independent College Fund of New Jersey’s Undergraduate Research Symposium

(Jersey City, NJ--March 18, 2019) High Tech’s sophomore Biomedical Science students, accompanied by their instructor, Dr. Nina Lavlinskaia, and Language Arts Liaison/instructor Joan Bellotti, attended the Independent College Fund of New Jersey’s 6th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium for college students, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech. Also from High Tech, judges Dr....

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High Tech Students Present Research on Global Food Security at Rutgers

(New Brunswick, NJ--March 1, 2019) Fourteen High Tech students, along with Catherine Yuhas and Dr. Shelly Witham from the Academy of Environmental Science and Sustainability instructional corps, attended the World Food Prize event, conducted by the New Jersey Youth Institute at Rutgers, to present their research papers on global food security, announced Dr. Joseph...

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Interview with Eshaan Mangat

Eshaan Mangat, of Secaucus, NJ, received the gold medal in the Medicine and Health category of the Hudson County STEM Showcase. He is now competing to get into the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. Eshaan is currently a junior in High Tech High School’s Academy...

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High Tech Students Shine at the Newly Renamed STEM Showcase

(Jersey City, NJ--March 11, 2019) The 61st annual Hudson County Science Fair, renamed the Jersey City Medical Center/RWJ Barnabas Health STEM Showcase, took place at Liberty Science Center, and High Tech students once more received acclaim for their research projects, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal of High Tech High School. Sarah Bacha, a North...

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High Tech’s D|Fab Academy Visits Goya Foods’ Manufacturing and Distribution Centers

(Secaucus, NJ—March 14, 2018) Students in D|Fab Academy at High Tech High School and their instructors received another opportunity for the third year in a row to tour Goya Foods’ manufacturing plant and distribution center in Secaucus and Jersey City, respectively, as part of Junior Achievement of New Jersey’s Job Shadow program, announced Dr....

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High Tech Wood Tech Comes to the Rescue of High Tech Chemistry Classes

(Secaucus, NJ--March 11, 2019) For safety and logistical purposes, the designers of the new Frank J. Gargiulo Campus elected not to pipe natural gas into the science labs, thereby prompting High Tech chemistry instructors Bill Goold and David Cincotta to seek alternative means of igniting flames for class experiments, announced Dr. Joseph Giammarella, Principal...

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