Hudson County Schools of Technology opens registration for GED, certification classes

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The Hudson County Schools of Technology has opened their registration for GED classes for those looking to obtain their high school diploma, as well as certification classes in various fields.

High Tech High School in Secaucus. Photo via www.hcstonline.org.

By John Heinis/Hudson County View

“Our team is committed to helping students of all ages achieve academic success through hands on learning experiences,” said HCST Director of Career and Technical Education Alicia Abraham.

“The Hudson County Schools of Technology’s Post Secondary program provides Hudson County residents a unique opportunity to acquire new skills and advance their careers. Our mission is to foster a supportive learning environment for students to thrive attaining individual educational goals.”

The courses being offered include auto and construction trades, technology, business, cosmetology, culinary, along with medical and professional advancement programs.

Registration is now open, Monday through Thursday, between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. at the Earl W. Byrd Center located on 525 Montgomery St. in Jersey City.

Additionally, a district catalog with program information is always available online at
www.HCSTonline.org, as well as on site at campuses and satellite locations including Bayonne, Harrison, Jersey City and Secaucus.

Residents seeking further information are encouraged to call the Post Secondary office with questions at 201-662-6791 or email HudsonTechnical@HCSTonline.org.

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