winners of the Young Writers's Competition students hold championship banner high school students and staff in a workshopstudents and guidance counselors students analyze water samples outdoorsgroup holds banner in front of solar panels Psychology students learn about child psychology

My Brother's Keeper Fellows completed a service project about the MBK milestone "Equitable Access."

Students in the new Alternative Energy course helped unveil a solar array behind Hudson Jr./Sr. High School, built in partnership with the state-sponsored K-Solar Program and NY Power Authority. (Photo: NYPA)

An HHS Envirothon team advanced to the New York State Envirothon to compete against other regional champions for the second year in a row.

A Day in the Life of the Hudson River: Science students in Marine Biology and AP Biology collect scientific data during their annual field trip to study the Hudson River ecosystem.

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

Digifabshop in Hudson welcomed HHS students for a tour of the facility, allowing them to see different career opportunities.



"FAME: The Musical" (March 29-31, 2019)fame the musical

The Hudson Junior/Senior High School Drama Club presents "Fame: The Musical" this spring. It is a stage adaptation of the 1980 movie about students of the famous New York High School of the Performing Arts.

Opening night is Friday, March 29, 2019, at 7:30 p.m., with additional shows at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 30th, and 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 31st. All performances are in the Hudson Jr./Sr. High School auditorium.

Ticket Information

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students/senior citizens (or free with the HCSD Courtesy Card for Senior Citizens). Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased from cast members or in the Jr./Sr. High School main offices during school hours. Tickets will also be available at the door before each show time.

About the Show

“Fame” follows the final class of the New York High School of the Performing Arts, from audition and admission in 1980 to graduation four years later. All the struggles, fears and triumphs are depicted with razor-sharp focus as the hopeful young artists navigate the worlds of music, drama and dance. This high-octane musical features the Academy Award-winning title song “Fame” and a host of other catchy pop numbers.

The cast of 25 includes several talented actors, led by Kee’sha Woods, a senior at Hudson High School, in the starring role. At the helm are Betsy and Lucy Rees, who are now in their second season as the directors of the venerable Hudson Jr/Sr. Drama Club.

"This production is so full of heart and reckless abandon that I feel sorry for anyone who misses it,” enthused Rees. “The kids pour their hearts and souls into each and every moment."

The directors chose "Fame: The Musical" because it showcases the talents of the entire ensemble cast rather than focusing only on one or a few main characters. 

So what can audiences expect?

“Audiences will be on their feet at the end of the show having followed a massive journey,” Woods promises. “They will really feel the heart of this show, and obviously they will be singing the iconic number, 'Fame!'”

Fame show poster