WOODBRIDGE - A high school in Middlesex County is revealing new high-end science labs.
The three labs opened at Woodbridge High School and cost around $500,000. The bill was footed by the Hess Corporation.
Concerns have long been raised about the potential future for the U.S. in science. Recent tests rank U.S. high school students 23rd in the world in science, which is well behind China and Finland.
Tim Pietz, a chemistry teacher, says that he thinks the new labs will make a real difference.