One of the many advantages that the Perth Amboy Campus offers students is a small student population in a modern and spacious building. Our relatively small student population allows our teachers to get to know our students on a one to one, personal basis. Students also get to know each other and this produces an environment that is most conducive to education. When I speak to my students and refer to the Perth Amboy Tech family, the students know what I mean.
Our students realize the importance of a positive attitude and this was evident most recently when our students came together to write a mini-grant called the “Three R’s”-Respect, Responsibility and Reliability. The student initiative that we see at PAT is fostered and encouraged by a staff that allows the students to grow and explore.
We offer a very competitive sports program here at Perth Amboy Tech. Our Soccer team won the GMC Gold Division in 2006 with a 12-0 season, and our Boys Baseball team placed second in the State Vocational Education Tournament. Although our sports teams are very successful, our students have demonstrated that they are champions in their academics and career areas as well.
It is a pleasure to walk into a classroom and see our students enthusiastically participating in the various activities. Our students realize that PAT provides them with a valuable and meaningful education that is unique to our school. Our students are preparing for Life Long Learning and they know that Perth Amboy Tech gives them an advantage and opportunity to further their education in the future by building a strong foundation now. This is the reason we often refer to our school as Perth Amboy Tech Prep. Preparation is the key to success both now and in the future. At the Perth Amboy Campus, we are pleased to offer opportunities and advantages such as our Schools-Within-A-School approach and the ability to attend Middlesex County College right on our campus through the High School Scholars Program.
If you would like to know more about our school, please email us or contact our Guidance Department at 732-376-6335.
Mr. Robert Fuller