About Hudson College
Welcome to Hudson College
Hudson is deeply committed to helping each, individual student fulfill their true potential and Hudson College encourages students to be intellectually curious and express who they are. From Hudson College integrated, balanced curriculum and engaging, supportive environment to inspiring teachers—Hudson College offers students enriching opportunities to discover, collaborate, and grow at every grade level. Hudson College guides students through each stage of their journey—from Kindergarten through Grade 12.
Head of school: Jack Bavington (Upper School), Jeff Bavington (Lower School)
Parents choose Hudson College because Hudson College believes that a dynamic education sparks a lifelong enthusiasm for learning. Co-founder Jeff Bavington is committed to making Hudson “…a place where students with all different interests can feel as if they’re a part of a unified, larger community…where students themselves can help create the school environment in which they wish to be a part of.”
Hudson College was established in early 2003. One of the school's founders, Jack Bavington, serves as the principal of the High School (Upper School). Prior to his current role, Jack worked as a principal at a large collegiate institute in Scarborough. His son, Jeff Bavington, and also one of the school's founders, serves as the principal of the Elementary School (Lower School).
The building is housed in the Earlscourt Junior Public School, with the building leased from the Toronto District School Board, which also partially leases the part of the school to the Toronto Catholic District School Board, in which the building houses its students from Stella Maris Catholic School.
The sporting amenities at Hudson College include a modern gymnasium and outdoor recreational facilities, including a multi-sport turf field and running track. The school’s sports teams are known as the Hudson Huskies.
Hudson College is part of the Small Schools Athletic Federation (SSAF). The SSAF calendar is divided into three athletic sessions – Fall, Winter, and Spring – with opportunities in either individual and/or team sports in each session. Hudson has won 16 banners in various SSAF sports. The school participates in 18 individual and team sports each year.
Lower school: At the lower school level, students are engaged in a rigorous academic program of Mathematics, The Arts, and Sciences over a recurring eight-day schedule.
Elementary-aged students may participate in many different extra-curricular clubs and activities throughout the course of a school year. In addition, students from JK to Grade Four participate in two co-curricular programs within the school year - an instructional skating program followed by an instructional swimming program.
Upper School: Students follow a flexible three-semester curriculum starting in Grade 9. The Fall semester begins in September and ends in December, where students enroll in up to four courses. The Winter semester begins during January and ends within April, where students again may enroll in up to four courses. The Spring semester takes place between May and June, where students may enroll in up to two courses.
Beginning in grade 8, all students and staff are part of a House System, with each House representing a major geographical area of Canada. The Houses include The Maritimes (Crimson Red), The Great Lakes (Royal Blue), The Prairies (Kelly Green), and The Rockies (Purple). Each House competes for the year-end awarding of the Discovery Trophy.
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