County Prep High School Showcases Student Designs at Annual Fashion Show in Jersey City

County Prep High School Showcases Student Designs at Annual Fashion Show in Jersey City

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Friday, June 10th, County Prep High School Fashion and Design students participated at the annual student Fashion Show at Earl W. Byrd Center Jersey City. 

The show was attended by Mrs. Janet Patten Fashion and Design Instructor, HCST faculty and staff, and family members. 

“Being a Fashion Designer is hard work. “Our students at HCST have a lot of talent, as shown by their work for the annual Fashion Show, which was hosted by Mrs. Janet Patten, Apparel & Textile CTE instructor,” said Alicia Abraham Director of Career and Technical Education. 

“The most courageous thing is to think for oneself. Coco Chanel said that Aloud is the best way to express yourself. Mrs. Patten encourages this in her classroom, allowing students to use all they have learned and create the most beautiful pieces for the event. I wish continued success to Mrs. Patten and her students and I can’t wait to see what the next year’s fashion show will bring!” 

The Fashion Show featured students including Yvette Cruz, Camila RAMOS, Gherese Felipe and Valeria Miranda.

The Hudson County Schools of Technology is committed to providing high-quality Career and Technical Education programs at all its campuses. 

Students receive a high-quality academic education and are equipped with the skills to succeed in their chosen career. This can be done through continuing training at a college or technical school or by entering the workforce.

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