|Year of establishment||1997|
|Address||1776 RARITAN ROAD SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ 07076|
Union County Magnet High School
The school's goal is to prepare students for college/vocational training utilizing technology through problem solving, project-based learning, and interdisciplinary education. Students must apply to enter the school and the school accepts one-thirds of applicants. The school is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Secondary Schools since 1946.
The Union County Magnet High School for Science, Mathematics, and Technology prepares students of Union County to become self-directed, responsible, and productive individuals within the changing landscape of society. Our engineering-based specialized career academy emphasizes critical thinking, problem solving, and leadership skills through a rigorous project-based curriculum.
It is the school's goal to provide students with the latest technological and academic resources needed to succeed in the modern world. This approach encourages the responsible use and application of technology and helps truly prepare our students for the demands of college and beyond.
The Union County Magnet High School is a Public university located in Scottsbluff.
The Union County Magnet High School was founded in 1997.
The current president of Union County Magnet High School is Alice Mansfield-Smith.