High Technology High School

765 Newman Springs Rd., Lincroft NJ 07738 http://www.hths.mcvsd.org Phone: (732) 842-8444, Ext. 0 Fax: (732) 219-9418

ETS/CEEB Code - 310694
Kevin D. Bals, Sr., Principal Lindsay Gueren & Alice Tice, Guidance Counselors

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Ranked in America’s Best High Schools Issue US News & World Report 2003 No Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon School Project Lead the Way “School of Excellence”

Located on the campus of Brookdale Community College, H.T.H.S. is a specialized school that emphasizes the disciplines of science, mathematics, and technology in support of its pre-engineering career focus. The application process has become increasingly competitive with approximately seventy students being selected each year from a pool of over three hundred outstanding applicants, representing a th cross-section of students from over fifty sending school districts. Students apply as 8 graders and are accepted based on multiple criteria, including middle school grades, and performance on district developed assessments. A member of the National Consortium of Specialized Secondary Schools of Mathematics, Science and Technology (NCSSSMST), H.T.H.S. has been described by the U.S. Dept. of Education as a “benchmark school.” It went on to say the school “evidences that its approach embraces student, faculty, staff, and administration alike in a mission of excellence, requiring the most of, and providing the most to, all who enter there.” Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools & NJ Department of Education

CLASS OF 2012 NMSQT/PSAT SAT I AP Exams AP Courses
Grading System

70 Graduates Four Year College -> 100% 31 Commended -> 13 Semi-Finalists/Finalists -> 7 Winners Mean High Scores: 713 (Critical Reading), 736 (Math), 715 (Writing) 100% tested, 210 total exams taken, 92.8% scoring 3 or above Biology, Calculus (AB, BC), Chemistry, Physics C, Statistics

All courses at HTHS are taught at the Honors level and grades are therefore not weighted or inflated. 92-100 85-91 77-84 70-76 55-69 (A) = Superior Proficiency (B) = Above Average Proficiency (C) = Proficient (D) = Partial Proficiency (F) = Not Proficient/No Credit

Class Rank The majority of our students earn grades that are exemplary. Each year a large percentage of the senior class receives Semi-Finalist or Commended Status on the NMSQT. We believe that our students’ levels of achievement are not fully communicated by using class rank as a singular transcript statistic. High Technology High School and Monmouth County Vocational School District policy, therefore, precludes reporting of class rank.

Course of Study – Class of 2012 Note: Note: Course titles in italics or underlined are courses taught with an integrated curriculum. 160 credits must be accumulated in order to graduate. Senior Classes AP Biology or AP Physics 6 Credits English 4 5 Credits Mathematics 5/6 Credits (Calculus, AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, Multivariable Calculus) Mentorship 5 Credits Current Global Issues (elective) 5 Credits Environmental Science (elective) 5 Credits World Language (elective) 5 Credits # (French, Spanish , or Latin) Health/Physical Education 3 Credits^ AP Statistics (elective) 5 Credits Technology Options: i. Sustainable Energy at Brookdale CC 3 College+ ii. Computer Programming at BCC 4 College+ iii. Engineering Design & Development 5 Credits + Appear on a college transcript issued by Brookdale Community College * Students may elect to apply for college credit via Rochester Institute of Technology # Students may elect to apply for college credit via Georgian Court University (in Spanish only). ^ Earned via Option ii Governance Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders John P. Curley, Director Thomas A. Arnone, Deputy Director Lillian G. Burry Gary J. Rich, Sr. Serena DiMaso MCVSD Board of Education Joseph A. Manfredi, President Brian D. McAndrew, Vice President Dennis Ingoglia Joseph F. Passiment, Jr. Clement V. Sommers Central Office Administration Timothy M. McCorkell, Superintendent Anthony J. Schaible, Assistant Superintendent Collette Flatt, Schl. Busns. Admin./Bd. Secretary Joseph Senerchia, Dir. Pupil Personnel Services

Freshman Classes Biology 6 Credits Software Applications 5 Credits Introduction to Engineering Design 5 Credits* English 1 5 Credits World History 5 Credits World Language 5 Credits (French, Spanish or Latin) Health/Physical Education 4 Credits Mathematics 5 Credits (Geometry, Geo/Alg 2, Algebra 2/Trig) Research/Data Analysis/Guidance 3 Credits Sophomore Classes Computer Integrated Manufacturing Principles of Engineering Physics English 2 United States History 1 World Language (French, Spanish or Latin) Health/Physical Education Mathematics (Algebra 2/Trig, PreCalc) Research2/Data Analysis2/Guidance Junior Classes Chemistry/AP Chemistry English 3 United States History 2 World Language (French, Spanish or Latin) Health/Physical Education Mathematics (PreCalculus, AP Calculus BC) Effective Speech Technology Options: i. Sustainable Energy at Brookdale CC ii. Computer Programming at BCC iii. Digital Electronics iii. Civil Engineering & Architecture 6 Credits 5 Credits 5 Credits 5 Credits 4 Credits 5/6 Credits 3 College+ 13 College+ 9 College+ 10 Credits* 10 Credits* 5 Credits* 5 Credits* 6 Credits 5 Credits 5 Credits 5 Credits 4 Credits 5/6 Credits 3 Credits

High Technology High School, a pre-engineering career academy that emphasizes the interconnections among mathematics, science, technology and the humanities, prepares students to become creative problem solvers, effective communicators, and tomorrow’s leaders through a rigorous, specialized curriculum and collaborative partnerships.