Second Graders will enjoy their annual Cruising the Community Field Trips which will bring them to local landmarks, historic sites and art institutions.
Sixth graders will experience and participate in storytelling and a dramatic production in the Middle School Drama Club with the Storycrafters, a dynamic local and worldwide award-winning storytelling duo.
Sixth and eighth graders will take part in Poetry and Performance Workshops during an after-school program with the visiting artist residents of the Millay Colony for the Arts, Austerlitz, NY.
Eighth graders at Hudson Junior High School will visit the Museum of Tolerance in NYC, to study and understand ways to confront bigotry and racism, and understand the Holocaust in both historic and contemporary contexts. They will also visit the Children’s Museum of the Arts in Manhattan.
Dream to Achieve for 8-12th graders provides a weekly connection for Bard College and Hudson students. Through basketball clinics, homework help, trips to the Bard campus and more, Hudson students forge connections with the college mentors and grow to view college as a realistic academic possibility for themselves.
As part of the Kindness Project, several students with developmental disabilities from Hudson High School will immerse themselves in Arts and Humanities by attending a show, and also creating, recording and performing their own music for the Hudson community.
High schoolers hold their Multicultural Festival each spring by presenting their cultures to the school community and enjoying food, music, dress and dance while they celebrate the many diverse cultures of Hudson.
Eleventh and 12th grade students will enjoy a variety of Arts and Humanities Field Trips in 2013-14. They will visit the Albany Institute of History and Art to see the Mummies exhibit, the Vaanderbilt and Staatsburgh Mansions, Olana, the Thomas Cole house and Warren Street, Hudson for it own rich culture.