Hudson City School District is a public school district located in Hudson, NY. It has 1,811 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 29% of students are at least proficient in math and 32% in reading.
215 Harry Howard Ave
Hudson, NY 12534
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Hudson City School District Reviews
The Hudson City School District offers a highly diverse atmosphere for its students. This diversity has raised student awareness to different cultures, which encourages students to become active leaders around their community. The teachers are enthusiastic and are constantly encouraging their students to do their very best. The teachers are available after school hours and provide the support necessary for students to excel in all academic areas. There is a colossal amount of extracurricular activities provided, but unfortunately the funding is limited. Currently the school district has been working vigorously to establish a track and field for the 2017-2018 school year. As a graduating senior of the class of 2018, I will miss the school very much as it has granted plentiful opportunities to grow as an individual.
To be honest, this school sucks. The tachers in here like to do favoratism with kids they personally know. The kids arent less either. If you try to oppose something, they get really pissed off. Their diveristy rate is not even an equal balance. Teachers like to pass their time in class and not teach the material propertly to students. They like to compare each students capacities with others and demean them. Overall, this was my experience over the last 4 years.
I have lived in Hudson all my life. My parents wanted me to grow up in a multicultural community which Hudson is. I believe I have a better understanding of the world as a result. At the school, we have a wonderful robotics team that I have been lucky to be a part of throughout my high school career. I definitely have a good grasp of today’s engineering. One thing I would change is how some of the teachers do not teach or get involved with the students. I could have been even more prepared for the future if a few of my instructors were better. Overall, my experience at Hudson High School was just fine.