group holds banner in front of solar panelsstudents hold blue ribbonsaerial view of new driveway and traffic pattern 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 High school students hold Spanish signs in front of Intermediate School

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 won 1st place in Columbia County and will compete against other county champs at the the New York State Envirothon on May 23 & 24.

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.

Please be advised of traffic pattern changes at the intersection of Harry Howard Avenue & Joslen Boulevard. Click here for more details.

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HUDSON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Student Newspaper

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The Owl (June 2018)

In the June 2018 edition of the student newspaper, read about the Environthon team's experience at the New York State Envirothon competition, the new badminton club, this year's graduation commencement speaker Rashad Barksdale, the post-graduation plans of the Class of 2018 and more.

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The Owl (May 2018)

In the May 2018 edition of the student newspaper, read about the Multicultural Festival, Youth Government Day, spring sports news and more.

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The Owl (April 2018)

In the April 2018 edition of the student newspaper, read about writing contests, a workshop with the Art School of Columbia County, spring sports and more.

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The Owl (March 2018)

In the March 2018 edition of the student newspaper, read about scholarships, All County Band Festival, robotics and more.

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The Owl (January/February 2018)

In the January/February 2018 edition of the student newspaper, read about winter sports highlights, the All County Jazz Festival, Model U.N. and more.

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The Owl (December 2017)

In the December 2017 edition of the student newspaper, read about the 3rd Annual Great Cardboard Boat Races, winter sports highlights, an interview with new teacher, Mr. Mort, and more! and more!

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The Owl (November 2017)

In the November 2017 edition of the student newspaper, read about the Mentor Foundation, Blue Star Mothers' fundraiser, Unity Day, the annual PowderPuff football fundraiser for breast cancer awareness and more!

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The Owl (September/October 2017)

In the September/October 2017 edition of the student newspaper, read about the Closing Ceremony at Barrett Field, the Kindness Club's participation in the Special Olympics, a fall sports round-up, information about the 2019 trip to Italy, opportunities at the Hudson Area Library and more!

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