High Tech High holds graduation
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‘FAB FIVE’ – A group of High Tech High School friends ready for their last assembly at their school, on their graduation day, Friday, June 27.
‘FAB FIVE’ – A group of High Tech High School friends ready for their last assembly at their school, on their graduation day, Friday, June 27.
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HUDSON COUNTY – More than 150 students graduated on Friday, June 27, from the High Tech High School. Ceremonies were held for the senior class at the Arthur F. Couch Performing Arts Center in Secaucus.

High Tech is in North Bergen but accepts students from all over Hudson County.

For Marisol Romano, 17, of North Bergen the day was a mix of emotions.

“I’m nervous and excited,” she said. “I’m finally graduating high school and happy to move on to college.”

Romano will be attending Montclair State University to pursue a degree in education.

“There are so many things I could say about them,” said Principal Joseph Giammarella, Ph.D. “They’re a great group of students, always willing to do their part and then some.”

The universities and colleges the students will be attending in the fall include Brown, Harvard, Princeton, Syracuse, and Yale.

The students received $18 million in scholarships and financial aid. – Joseph Passantino

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