Where Are the Graduates Going?

METS Students are Ready to Take Their Next Step


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As of press time, these are the colleges and universities at which our class of 2019 will continue their education.  They will be attending two- and four-year colleges; some are staying close to home while others are heading far away.

Bloomfield College — Teaira Simpson

Clark Atlanta University — Syasia Hutcherson

College of Mount Saint Vincent — Clarise Lozano and Chrystyna Senyshyn-Palka

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania — Zyairah Scott

Fairleigh Dickinson University — Paula Maglione and Davontae Taito

Fashion Institute of Technology — Ashley Terrero

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology — Zakaria Elyazi and Marti Salazar

Hudson County Community College

Marcus Alicea

Jillary Altimirano

Natalie Amaya

Darius Bailey

Aisha Bhamla

Joshua Cordon

Darice Moore

Anas Mraihy

Christian Murgas

Joshwa Ortiz

Jah-Leah Williams

Kean University — Lisbeth Evangelista, Reginald Hicks, and Ivan Opoku

Keystone College — Joshua Leander

Mercy College — Marquise Nesmith

Montclair State University — Luisa Raychelli Guance-Tejeda and Joan Mena

New England College — Leah Torres

New Jersey City University

Justin Alcantara

Nyreim Brown

Bry’Anne Freeman

Madison Gilyard

Kenrick Jordan

Stephanie Manzanarez

Pariss Moore

Ashley Navarrete

Kemari Okoye

Bryan Rampersaud

Rutger’s University

Lizbeth Cepeda-Santos — Camden

Hiba Karami — Newark

Justin Nguyen — Newark

Hope Nunez — New Brunswick

Tiffany Rampersad — Newark

Lizzie Reyes — Newark

Muhammad Saad — New Brunswick

St. Peter’s University — Hassel Abrahante and Anthony De La Rosa

Rider University — Beyonce Nunez

Universal Technical Institute  — Michael Ramos

William Paterson University — Joshua Hazelwood

Xavier University — Nandi Williams