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Liberty Science Center High School will be a world-class public magnet STEM academy that will be operated by the Hudson County Schools of Technology and provide programs in Earth (Sustainable Engineering and Climate Science), Life (Biological Sciences), and Space (Astrophysics) to 400 students in grades 9 - 12 from across Hudson County. LSC will arrange for the students to have intensive mentorships and work experiences with the companies and scientists at Edge Works and at LSC itself. LSC will also create preparatory programs for middle-school students from under-served communities in Jersey City and Hudson County who are passionate about science and aspire to attend the new high school.
Edge Works will be the eight-story business incubation hub of SciTech Scity consisting of the Co-Creation Center, a 40,000-SF state-of-the-art conference center and bleeding-edge tech exhibition gallery, and The Works, 60,000 SF of research and development labs, workspaces, and co-working areas for dozens of start-ups plus skunkworks suites, product showcases, consumer testing labs, and offices for select well-established companies.
Scholars Village will be residential housing being developed by Alpine Residential for innovators, scientists, entrepreneurs, STEM graduate students, and individuals and families who desire to be a part of the SciTech Scity community. These residents will have the opportunity to test important new high-tech products in their homes before the rest of the world.
SciTech Scity is already home to the Liberty Science Center, the largest interactive science center in the NY/NJ metro area and home to the biggest and best planetarium and digital theater in the Western Hemisphere.
The Public Commons will be four-acres of outdoor activations that encourage exploration, creativity, collaboration, and innovation. It will feature an events plaza comparable in size to the skating rink and outdoor area at Rockefeller Center for performances, concerts, maker fairs, farmers markets, huge participatory science experiments, hackathons, art projects, and food-truck festivals.
"Scity" (pronounced "city") is our portmanteau for a city infused with science and scientific creativity. SciTech Scity is a collaboration between the City of Jersey City and Liberty Science Center, New Jersey's most visited cultural institution, to bolster local education and economic growth in key STEM sectors. Located just five miles from Lower Manhattan and nine miles from Newark Liberty International Airport, Scitech Scity is in Liberty State Park, near the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty.
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SCITECH SCITY IN ACTION
1.26.23 LSC.org ADP Foundation Donates $1M to Liberty Science Center for 30-Acre SciTech Scity Innovation Campus
12.18.22 TAPinto.net Liberty Science Center High School at SciTechScity Gets Important Go Ahead
8.30.22 NJ.com Rendering unveiled for SciTech Scity high school as it prepares for planning board vote
8.16.22 ROI-NJ Why High Schools of the Future initiative by LSC, BofA will have immediate impact
12.15.21 LSC.org Jersey City Planning Board Approves Construction of Edge Works, the Business Optimizer at the Heart of the SciTech Scity Innovation Campus
10.22.21 LSC.org Liberty Science Center breaks ground on SciTech Scity
10.22.21 LSC.org Sheba Medical Center to create 'Hospital of the Future' simulation space focusing on digital health and home healthcare as first Innovation Partner at SciTech Scity
10.6.21 LSC.org Liberty Science Center to break ground on SciTech Scity Oct. 22, 2021
7.8.21 ROI-NJ Horizon BCBSNJ donates $1M to SciTech Scity, will be founding corporate sponsor
7.8.21 NJBiz Horizon BCBS donates $1M to SciTech Scity
5.26.21 ROI-NJ Alpine Residential selected to create Scholars Village at SciTech Scity
11.10.20 Jersey City Resolution Approved Moving Forward Liberty Science Center High School; Mayor Fulop and Liberty Science Center Announce new Partnership with Hudson County to Create High School that will Reimagine Public Education
9.24.20 Twitter (@StevenFulop) This is amazing + if you want to see what the science campus of the future will look like here you go
9.20.20 NJ.com Liberty Science Center receives $5 million donation to renovate 163-foot tower
5.20.20 ROI-NJ BofA contributes $1M to LSC’s SciTech Scity, joins founding corporate sponsors
2.7.20 Hudson County Chamber of Commerce Promoting New Jersey as an Innovation Economy
12.4.19 NJ.com Liberty Science Center secures $15M in donations for SciTech Scity
10.17.18 Budapest, Hungary Developing Cross-border Business Opportunities for Economic and Innovation Collaboration
5.24.18 ROI-NJ SciTech Scity takes another step toward reality at LSC gala
1.24.18 Hudson County View Founding sponsor Ernst & Young commits $2M to $280M SciTech Scity project
12.6.17 NYT Planetarium Opens in New Jersey, Ushering in New Kind of Star Wars
4.24.15 WSJ Head of New Jersey’s Liberty Science Center Plans New Tech Campus
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