HUDSON HSLT ADMISSIONS

SCHOOL DBN 02M437

CEEB Code: 334116

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Hudson ADMISSIONS

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  1. Priority to Manhattan residents who attend an information session.

  2. Then to New York City residents who attend an information session.

  3. Then to Manhattan students or residents

  4. Then to New York City residents


TYPICAL FRESHMAN SCHEDULE
Start Time: 08:20 AM
End Time: 02:40 PM
 
DOE WEBSITE:
https://www.schools.nyc.gov/schools/M437


SUBWAY

1 to 18th Street

A, C, E to 14th Street

L to 8th Avenue


BUS
M5, M7 to 18th Street; M14A, M14D to 8th Avenue

ADDRESS: 351 West 18th St., New York, NY 10028

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TYPE OF INSTITUTION: Public, non-screened, co-ed. 


LOCATION: Urban


ACCREDITATION: New York City Dept. of Education


TOTAL ENROLLMENT: 486


GRADES: 9-12 


GENDER: 

     Female 32.3.%
     Male 67.7%


ETHNIC DISTRIBUTION:
    Hispanic: 57.61%

    Black: 29.22%

    Caucasian: 4.12%
    Asian/Pacific Islander: 6.2%
    Amer. Indian 0.82%


ELL: 9.67%


Total Teachers: 37


Free or Reduced Lunch: 89.56%


Average Attendance: 83.80%


Average Graduation Rate: 78%

TOTAL REQUIRED: 44

  • English: 8

  • Social Studies: 8

  • Math: 6

  • Science: 6

  • Foreign Language: 2

  • Art/Music: 2

  • Electives: 7

  • Health: 1

  • Physical Education: 4

REGENTS DIPLOMA

  • Integrated Algebra

  • Living Environment

  • Global History

  • English

  • U.S. History
     

ADVANCED REGENTS DIPLOMA

Aforementioned, plus additional Regents exams
in Math, Science and Foreign Language. 

 

ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) COURSES
English Language + Composition, Computer Science, Statistics, English Literature + Composition and Research Seminar

HUDSON PROGRAMS

Mouse Squad:

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. 

Senior Seminar:

“Actions, Ideas and Innovations in the Digital Age” provides opportunities for 26 seniors to co-create a year-long interdisciplinary blended learning experience with options for online learning, offsite opportunities and virtual connections to act as caretakers, creators and innovators of this time. 

Student Government:

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. 

The Future Project:

This national organization empowers the next generation to build the future, one dream at a time. Our full-time Dream Director works with our Dream Team to help students make their dreams come true today.

College Now:

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. 

PSAL:

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. 

To request more information:


Contact the Admissions Office

Mon-Fri 8am - 4pm

212.488.3330 x1262

SCHOOL PROFILE

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351 West 18th Street, 
New York, NY 10011

Phone: 212.488.3330  |   Fax: 212.488.3335 

OUR VISION

Our vision is to foster an inclusive and rigorous learning environment where students achieve academic success while feeling supported, and represented in our school practices, pedagogy and curriculum.