Mayor Fulop and Liberty Science Center Announce new Partnership with Hudson County to Create High School that will Reimagine Public Education
JERSEY CITY â€“ Mayor Steven M. Fulop joins the Liberty Science Center (LSC) and Hudson County to announce an agreement by the Hudson County Board of Education of the Hudson County Schools of Technology to establish a unique public-private partnership for the creation of the new proposed Liberty Science High School, located within the new cutting-edge SciTech Scity. The planned 30-acre innovation campus, a â€œmini city of the futureâ€, will be a revolutionary technological hub for students, innovators, entrepreneurs, and scientists working together to create a community for learning and innovation.
â€˜SciTech Scityâ€™ will Establish Jersey City as the Regionâ€™s Premier Innovation Destination, Grow Jersey Cityâ€™s High-Tech Sector, and Educate Next Generation of Students as Leaders in the Fields of Science and Technology
JERSEY CITY â€“ Mayor Steven M. Fulop and Liberty Science Center President and Chief Executive Officer Paul Hoffman announced today that the transformative project to create a comprehensive science and technology campus passed an important milestone with City Council approval Wednesday. SciTech Scity is an ambitious initiative for the expansion of Liberty Science Center that will establish Jersey City as a regional innovation destination.
The $280 million project known as â€˜SciTech Scity,â€™ which will be developed by Liberty Science Center on 16-acres of city-owned property across from the institution, will feature a biotech lab, a coding lab, a technology business incubator and a K-12 STEM-focused school, as well as a scholars village with residences for visiting scientists. Continue reading Plans for Transformative â€˜SciTech Scityâ€™ Science & Technology Campus at Liberty Science Center Advance with Council Approval