HUDSON HSLT ADMISSIONS
SCHOOL DBN 02M437
CEEB Code: 334116
School Code: A18A
Priority to Manhattan residents who attend an information session.
Then to New York City residents who attend an information session.
Then to Manhattan students or residents
Then to New York City residents
TYPICAL FRESHMAN SCHEDULE
Start Time: 08:20 AM
End Time: 02:40 PM
1 to 18th Street
A, C, E to 14th Street
L to 8th Avenue
M5, M7 to 18th Street; M14A, M14D to 8th Avenue
ADDRESS: 351 West 18th St., New York, NY 10028
TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public, non-screened, co-ed.
ACCREDITATION: New York City Dept. of Education
TOTAL ENROLLMENT: 386
Asian/Pacific Islander: 7%
Total Teachers: 24
Free or Reduced Lunch: 76.88%
Average Attendance: 83.4%
Average Graduation Rate: 90%
TOTAL REQUIRED: 44
Social Studies: 8
Foreign Language: 2
Physical Education: 4
Social Studies Regents
+ 1 Regents
ADVANCED REGENTS DIPLOMA
Aforementioned, plus additional Regents exams
in Math, Science and Foreign Language.
ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) COURSES
AP Literature, AP Language, AP US History, AP Environmental
This program trains students to become digital media and technology experts in their schools, improving the use of technology to enhance learning, while also building confidence and developing skills for 21st century innovation.
Students work side by side with employees from Google to build robots and compete in robotics competitions!
Hudson offers a number of clubs for students, interested in pursuing their passions after school hours. These include clubs like Dance Club, Comic Book Club, Music Club, Video Game Club, Theatre Club, Running Club, Robotics, G.S.A., Fraternity Chi Epsilon Omega, Sorority Rho Epsilon Delta,
Students earn STEM credits through this amazing afterschool program on the Hudson River. Students learn to sail, build boats and have access to internships, summer programs and community service opportunities.
The mission of the Student Government is to earnestly represent the interests of students and increase student decision-making power, to improve high school life through the creation and continuation of viable and effective student services.
#GetOutThere Internship Program:
This program connects all Hudson students to meaningful professional experiences and training with New York City companies and organizations to develop real-world skills while taking academic courses.
Starting in 11th grade, students take part in iMentor, a class where they prepare for their next steps in life. Students are also paired with individual outside mentors that work alongside them from 11th grade into their post-secondary life.
College Now is a collaborative program of the City University of New York and the New York City Department of Education. Eligible Hudson HSLT students may enroll and gain up to 10 college credits while in their junior and senior high school years. College Now students can use CUNY libraries and facilities. This program is provided at no cost to students.
As part of the Humanities campus, Hudson High School of Learning Technologies participates in the Public School Athletic League (PSAL). Athletic opportunities are available in more than 10 varsity sports.
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