Hudson County Schools of Technology Dedicates New Campus to Long-time Superintendent Frank J. Gargiulo

The Hudson County Schools of Technology held a ceremony to dedicate its brand new campus in Secaucus to retiring Superintendent Frank J. Garguilo on Friday, Sept. 7.

The state of the art facility sits on 22 acres of property within Laurel Hill Park, with dedicated wings for vocational academies. 

It also features three levels of classrooms, an underground parking garage, a 400-seat theater, a gymnasium, and the district’s administrative offices.

Hudson TV spoke with several guest speakers, including U.S. Senator Bob Menendez and other Hudson County officials.

“The Frank J. Gargiulo Campus will allow us to offer our students with more opportunities to succeed while they receive one of the best high school educations in the nation,” said High Tech School Principal Dr. Joe Giammarella.