COUNTY PREP NEWS

Eastern Millwork – Holz Technik Academy Apprenticeship Program Presents to County Prep Students

Structured Learning Experience –  Eastern Millwork – Holz Technik Academy Apprenticeship Program Peter J. Mielach from Eastern Millwork  presented to students at County Prep High School on Friday, December 6, 2019.  The apprenticeship program is a career opportunity for high school graduates interested in technology and manufacturing.  Eastern Millwork has partnered with Hudson County...

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Culinary Arts Students from County Prep HS Participate in Culinary Program at HCCC

County Prep Culinary Arts students visited Hudson County Community College multiple times from September through February 2020 to participate in the “ Extended Culinary Student for the Day” program. The students were afforded the opportunity to work “one-on-one” with a renowned chef to prepare dishes selected by the students. During the last session, County...

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National Job Shadow Day a Success for County Prep Students

National Job Shadow Day – Monday, February 3, 2020 On Monday, February 3rd, Ms. Rubio’s graphic design class and Ms. Pica’s audio visual students  participated in a Job Shadowing event at Wiley & Sons located in Hoboken, New Jersey sponsored by Junior Achievement.  Upon arrival, Mr. Jesse Wiley welcomed the students and spoke about...

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Gold Key Award

County Prep Artist Achieves Top Awards in NJ Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Contest

Shannon Carratini-Hatcher, a senior at County Prep High School, has won a Gold Key Award for both her individual pieces and her art portfolio in the NJ Regional Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. She is among only 41 student awardees in the state, and of those only 12 were awarded a Gold Key for...

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County Prep Theater Arts performs Chicago, the High School Edition

In its eighth year, the after school Theater Arts class has brought a new performance opportunity to County Prep students, who are learning both performance and rehearsal practices, and are encountering first hand all of the aspects of professional theater. Once again, the show had complete live accompaniment, by renowned pianist Craig Ketter, and...

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County Prep Theatre Arts students awarded $10,000 to attend NY Conservatory of Dramatic Arts

New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts staff attended County Prep’s Dress Rehearsal of Chicago, the High School Edition directed by Mrs. Raluca Shields. They were so impressed with the students’ performance, they awarded Juniors Kayla Velazquez, Arbaz Khan and Ariel Rivera, and Sophomores Matthew Segovia and Khira Fried $10,000 scholarships each, towards their Tuition...

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HCCC Hosts County Prep Culinary Arts Students for a Culinary Institute Tour

County Prep’s junior and senior culinary arts classes along with their instructors visited Hudson County Community College during November to participate in their “Culinary Institute Tour.” The students cycled through the various culinary labs to gain exposure to the post-secondary culinary arts program. In addition, one of their renowned chefs demonstrated a culinary lesson. ...

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FDU Latino Promise Program Hosts Campus Visit for County Prep Juniors and Seniors

Mr. Brennan and Mrs. Galluccio accompanied County Prep juniors and seniors to Fairleigh Dickinson University on Thursday, December 5. These aspiring young professionals met with a representative from the Latino Promise program and current FDU Latino Promise students to get an in-depth view of the benefits of a small program tailored to the unique...

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Theatre Arts Students at County Prep Enjoy Broadway Production of The Rose Tattoo

The County Prep Theatre Arts vocation students attended the Broadway Production of The Rose Tattoo, written by celebrated American playwright Tennessee Williams, with Oscar winner Marisa Tomei, a play under the direction of Trip Cullman, performed at the American Airlines Theatre venue of the Roundabout Theatre. Winner of the 1951 Tony Award, this play,...

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