Principals present awards to eight seniors The drumline stands on a platform Psychology students learn about child psychology A view of the Catskill Mountains The Hudson High Robotics Team holds a championship flag A student holds a school spirit sign High school students hold Spanish signs in front of Intermediate School Graduating seniors wear regalia for a group photo

Congratulations to the Bluehawk Class of 2017!

Eight members of the Class of 2018 were presented with awards. Read more >>

A drum line performs before the annual Homecoming Bonfire at Barrett Field.

Students earning college credit in Psychology learn about Piaget’s cognitive development theory.

A view of the beautiful Catskill Mountains behind Hudson Jr./Sr. High School

The Hudson High School Robotics Team competed in a national robotics championship (the F.I.R.S.T. Robotics Championship in St. Louis) on April 27-30, 2016.

Congratulations to both the Boys' and Girls' Varsity Basketball teams on earning their second straight Patroon Conference Championship titles in the 2016-17 season!

Students taking the college credit Spanish V class taught a Spanish lesson, which they created themselves, to kids at MCSIS.

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Principals Present Class of 2018 Awards

Students in the Class of 2018 have been presented with the following recognitions from Hudson Senior High School Principal Antonio Abitabile and Associate Principal Bob LaCasse:

Principals present awards to eight seniors

Pictured (L to R) are Bob LaCasse with Karissa Garbarini who has been honored with the Rensselaer Medal Award for outstanding academic achievement in the study of mathematics and science.

Jessica Sherman and Emily Clark, each receiving The Sage Colleges Student Sage Scholar for being an academic and social leader and active in the community.

Maya Alvarez was presented the Lawrence Tech Award for Excellence in Science and Mathematics.

Siddique Ahmed received the Wells College 21st Century Leadership Award in recognition of outstanding contributions as a student and a leader.

Saima Hannan, who received the University of Rochester Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony Award for demonstrating a commitment to understanding and addressing difficult social issues with leadership and dedication to community action and strong grades and rigorous courses taken in the humanities and social sciences

Brianna Tsitsera has been honored with the University of Rochester Bausch & Lomb Honorary Science Award in recognition of outstanding achievement and superior intellectual promise in the field of science.

Alicia Salvatore also received the Wells College 21st Century Leadership Award in recognition of outstanding contributions as a student and a leader.  To the right of Miss Salvatore is Principal Abitabile.