THE HUDSON SCHOOL SPRING SOIREE DINNER & AUCTION — Thursday, May 4th
The Hudson School 2017 Spring Soirée Dinner & Auction will be held this Thursday, May 4, 2017 at the Bissinger Room in Stevens Institute of Technology‘s scenic Howe Building.
The proceeds from this auction and dinner are used exclusively for The Hudson School’s scholarship and financial aid fund.
The Hudson School accepts students based on their academic promise and intellectual curiosity, rather than their financial ability. Since its inception, The Hudson School has been committed to a need‐blind admission policy. It is the school’s intention that no child be turned away for financial reasons, and so, they award nearly $750,000 in financial aid each year, which represents 18% of the school’s operating budget.
From the beginning, The Hudson School has steadfastly held to its mission of encouraging “courage, compassion, and commitment” in its students, providing a rigorous academic program to a diverse population of inner-city and suburban youth. The school offers a broad and demanding college-preparatory program, including courses in art, music and drama, community service opportunities and strong personal guidance, setting the pattern for personal and academic achievement by providing special encouragement, age-appropriate learning opportunities and consistent support through high school.
The Hudson School maintains a low student-teacher ratio of 8:1 and deliver a curriculum that reflects high expectations for each learner. The Hudson School curriculum encompasses over one hundred fifty courses, including advanced placement courses. Overall, The Hudson School is a place where students find themselves among others who are excited about learning and supportive of intellectual risk-taking, and who value the importance of independent thinking, curiosity, and community service.
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