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Mock SAT Testing - Saturday, October 18th, at 9am

Posted on October 8, 2014

The correct date for the Mock SAT testing at High Technology High School is Saturday, October 18th, at 9am. Please visit www.hthspfa.org for more information.

Dates for Fall Information Sessions for Prospective Students

Posted on August 27, 2014

*Space is at a premium so attendance is limited to 8th grade students and their parents or guardians.

Dates for information sessions held in Fall 2014 are listed below:

Saturday, September 27th, at 10am

Thursday, October 2nd, at 6:30pm

Thursday, October 23rd, at 6:30pm

Saturday, November 1st, at 10am

 



Updated Lunch Price List for 2014-2015

Posted on August 27, 2014

Click here to see and or download the lunch price list for those of you who want to order lunch from Brookdale and have it delivered to you at High Tech.

Sophomores through seniors can go over to BCC and purchase lunch. There will be no BCC lunch orders on Thursday, September 4th, and Friday, September 5th. You can bring lunch on Thursday or go to Brookdale (not freshman). On Friday the PFA will provide a pizza lunch for all students.



Three Students Qualify for the Intel Science and Engineering Fair

Posted on April 13, 2014

The following three students qualified for the Intel Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Los Angeles based on their performance in the Delaware Valley Science Fair. This is the most students High Tech has sent at the same time to the Intel Science and Engineering Fair. Congratulations to all three girls.


Ruchi Asthana (DVSF teams medalist)

Problem: Pulmonary Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) is a rare progressive, often fatal lung disease predominantly affecting women in their childbearing years. If a patient is diagnosed with LAM, only a lung transplant can prolong her life- at most by eight to ten years.

Goals: This study was conducted to determine how LAM cells evade the innate immune system. Understanding these mechanisms then helped in identifying new pharmacological targets for treatment. 
 

Tiffany Perumpail (DVSF bronze medalist - 12th grade fair)

Problem: There is no existing method to translate oncogene-targeted therapies for heterogenous cancers to human models.

Goals: To design and test microRNA-targeted therapies in order to regress liver cancer in mammalian models with sustained oncogene overexpression.

 

Queenie Luo (DVSF silver medalist - 11th grade fair)

Problem: There is a lack of practical and convenient technological devices that can generate the battery power needed to charge small electronic devices on the go. 
 
Goals: To design and build an apparatus that can be attached to the bottom of footwear, which converts the energy the user spends daily on walking to battery power for electronic devices. 
 


ABR Grade Report

Posted on March 18, 2014

The Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act District and School Grade Report scores as determined by the NJDOE for the MCVSD and High Technology High School are listed below:

District Score = 52

High Technology High School Score = 51



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