News & Announcements


Secaucus high school will host its annual OPEN HOUSE for all 6th,7th, and 8th graders interested in going to Secaucus High School, on Monday Oct.24 at 7:00 the Arthur F. Couch Performing Arts Center. Come see why it is in the TOP 100 high schools of NJ.

Interdisciplinary Education

High School English teacher Janine D'Aurizio paired a nonfiction literary selection with a cross-curricular real-life science application. As related to the themes in the short story "The Necklace," students had to conduct scientific research and experiments to determine which necklace was​ made of​
real diamonds and which one was not. They were encouraged to study the ​necklaces
and make a determination about ​the authenticity of the stones
. After they made their decision, they had to use three pieces of evidence to support their claim. Many students were surprised to find that their findings were correct.

Picture 1-Christian Garcia
Picture 2- Victoria D'Avanzo and Arianna Navarro-Guzman
Picture 3- George Gonzalez, Nicholas Castro, Josue Monroy
Picture 4- Anthony Janulis, Luigi DeCecco, Adiran Avila Slazar, Leon Kalupahana Victoria D'Avanzo, Arianna Navarro-Guzman, Christian Garcia
Picture 5-Taylor Wolf, Julianna Ben

College Fair Night !!

Oct.18 College Fair night !! Secaucus High School will host its annual College Fair Night on Tuesday Oct.18 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm. Over 50 colleges/universities will be in attendance.This event will be held in the new Patriot Dining Hall. All students and parents/guardians are invited to attend.

Underclassmen pictues

All pictures for underclassmen will be Tuesday Oct. 4, 2016 in the PAC

Girls' Soccer Fundraiser

Please come out to support the girls' soccer team at Chipotle !! You will have a great time.

Haunted High School

The Junior class of Secaucus High School will host their annual Haunted High School on Saturday Oct.22 from 11:00 3:00 p.m.
Come support the junior class and have a boo-tiful time !!

Top 100 high schools in NJ.

Secaucus High School makes the top 100 high schools in NJ. Our of 337 high schools SHS was ranked 92. According to NJ Monthly magazine SHS was the fastest rising high school to climb 63 spots from 155 to 92.
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