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Hudson college

Address: 21 Ascot Ave, Toronto, ON M6E 1E6, Canada
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Description Hudson college

  • Founded: 1793 year
  • Location of Hudson college: Toronto, Canada
  • Hudson college students age: 5-18 years old
  • Number of Students: 400
  • Hudson college programs: junior high school, high school, university preparation
  • Type of study: mixed
  • Placement type: host family
  • Language: English.

Hudson College is a well-known private coeducational school located in Canada. This school offers students from all over the world educational programs from junior classes to entering a university or college.

The Hudson college leadership Its goal is to provide pupils with equivalent development in key aspects - academic, social and emotional. At any stage of the training, students build skills and values ​​that in the future will help each of them reach personal heights, and also realize themselves in some social achievements. Graduates learn to think and analyze, work in a team and reveal their leadership potential, developing appropriate qualities. The school has its own educational program SMART SKILLS PROGRAM aimed at developing students in 5 key areas - mathematics, analytical writing, speaking skills, research and team building.

The Hudson School is accredited by the Ministry of Education of Ontario and offers its students an educational program that will help them comprehensively prepare for admission to universities in Canada, as well as leading universities in other countries. The annual figure from the number of successfully enrolled students is 100%.

In order to provide our graduates with excellent academic training, Hudson College has assembled an excellent team of highly qualified and experienced teachers who specialize in the most Different areas and have academic degrees. Each of the teachers is a real professional, sincerely sharing a passion for learning and always ready to share it with his students. All teachers take an active part in the extra-curricular activity of the school, and are also always ready to consult and support each student who needs it.

Hudson College is also proud to collect children from all over the world on its territory. This multicultural environment helps young people learn to respect other cultures, and appreciate the similarities and differences that exist.

A Hudson school student embodies the true spirit of the college. Student is an active young man, always taking part in various events. He is also always ready to help another student. Graduates of the school proudly consider themselves to be part of the Hudson community and are always happy to visit their favorite educational institution.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Hudson college

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
5-13
from 16 900 $CAD / year

Quick overview:

  • Age: 5-13 years old;
  • Dates: September to June;
  • Duration of the program: up to 8 years.

The program of junior classes in Hudson's school (grades 1-8) is based on Reggio Emilia's method, according to which children's curiosity towards the world and the inherent desire for creativity form the learning process itself.

Thus, the program helps international students to get acquainted with key subjects and get basic knowledge in literature, mathematics, biology, theater and visual arts, music, French and sports. The daily curriculum is a flexible system of lessons and extracurricular activities. Teachers create an environment for children that stimulates them to learn and gives the necessary mood.

One of the important parts of this stage is also the development of a multicultural experience, which allows to cultivate tolerance in children and respect for other cultures.

Annual
14-16
from 29 000 $CAD / year

Quick overview:

• Age: 14-16 years;
• Dates: September to June;
• Duration of the program: 3-4 years.

The program for pupils of grades 9-12 in Hudson College helps to maximize the potential of students. The educational process combines in-depth study of disciplines for admission and studies for academic achievement:
• English (ESL);
• Mathematics;
• Science;
• Art (visual and theatrical);
• Music art;
• Physical training;
• French lessons;
• Development of critical thinking.

In addition, in the high school classes continue to French, which begin at the primary school stage. Students learn to speak, write and read using the AIM program (Action in Motion, in the translation "Movement in Action"). Certification in French is compulsory according to the all-European criteria for owning foreign languages.

Annual
16-18
from 29 000 $CAD / year

Brief information:

  • Age: 16-18 years old;
  • Dates: September to June;
  • Duration of the program: from 6 to 8 months.

The program of preparation for entering the university at the Hudson School is represented in several aspects:

  • Creation of an individual curriculum for each student, based on the conditions of enrollment in the selected university;
  • Help in choosing a university;
  • Assistance with the preparation and sending of documents to the university;
  • Assistance in applying for a scholarship at the university;
  • Letter of recommendation from the director (if necessary);
  • Organization of seminars on admission and meetings with representatives of the university.

It should be added that in case the student's chosen university for any reason has changed the requirements for admission, the training program is adjusted in accordance with these changes. The process of admission is conducted with the assistance of representatives of Hudson College.

Accommodation, housing and food

For accommodation, Hudson College offers foreign students accommodation in host families that are carefully selected. Such families usually live near the campus of the school.

Subjects, specialties, faculties

Subjects list : Advanced mathematics, anthropology, art, business, Career development course, chemistry, computer techologies, critical thinking, English, English as a Foreign Language, Environmental science, financial Accounting, Food and nutrition, French, geography, Geography of canada, Health and food, history, History of canada, international Business, international law, maths, multimedia, music, Natural Sciences, philosophy, physical Culture, physics, psychology, Religious studies, sociology, Spanish, The art of dance, Theatrical art, Visual arts, Writing skills

Events Hudson college

Hudson College's educational policy encourages students to become interested not only in academic pursuits, but also in various extracurricular activities and active participation in existing clubs and sections. The school's management is confident that this type of activity increases the student's self-esteem and develops his self-confidence.

For example, special attention in the college Is given to physical development. Individual and team sports help young people improve their sports skills, develop leadership skills, discipline, ability to cooperate and work in a team, and be patient and respectful. Sports classes become a source of knowledge and skills, regardless of whether the student plays in a competitive or home team. So, here are the types of sports events that are annually offered to Hudson students:

  • Alpine skiing;
  • Badminton;
  • Baseball;
  • Basketball;
  • Bowling;
  • Track and field athletics;
  • Football;
  • Hockey on the ice;
  • Golf;
  • Skiing on skates;
  • Snowboarding;
  • Swimming;
  • Tennis;
  • Table tennis;
  • Cross;
  • Frisbee;
  • Volleyball;
  • Riding a bike;
  • Yoga;
  • Cheerleading (for girls).

Hudson college students can devote their leisure time to their hobbies by enrolling in a club or section where they can do their favorite thing It is possible in the company of like-minded people:

  • Committee for helping the needy;
  • Chess Club;
  • Cooking club;
  • Discussion club;
  • Ecological club;
  • Club of languages ​​;
  • Robot Club "Lego";
  • Science Club;
  • Mathematical Cafe;
  • Club of Decorative and Applied Arts;
  • Art History Club;
  • Music Group;
  • Chorus;
  • Dance club;
  • Drama club;
  • Movie Club;
  • Photo Club;
  • Sewing Club;
  • Club of Literary Creativity;
  • The "Open Microphone" section.

In addition, Hudson College students receive school yearly Awards and scholarships designed to encourage their success both in terms of learning and in other aspects of school life. Main awards:

  • The Hudson College Award is awarded to students who have reached the maximum Academic achievement in one subject during one academic year;
  • Hudson College Award for High Success - usually awarded to students 9-11 Classes that have reached the maximum score in all subjects within one academic year;
  • The governor's medal can be awarded to graduate students if the overall academic performance The student will have the highest score;
  • Scholarship from the director of the college A - is awarded annually to the student with the best results in studies and sports, as well as to the best student in performing arts and general subjects;
  • Leadership award is given to young people who showed themselves as leaders in one academic year;
  • Students are rewarded annually with students' state awards, Significant contribution to the life of the school and society.

Equipment Hudson college

The Hudson School is located in a quiet and secure area in the center of Toronto - close to such streets as Dafferin Street and St. Clair Avenue in the Corso area. Near the campus of the school passes one of the main city bus routes. Also, thanks to the successful location within walking distance, there are large shopping centers, many restaurants and cafes and other places for cultural recreation.

In The 44,000-square-foot Hudson College campus is a first-class infrastructure:

  • The main school building;
  • Residential and academic buildings;
  • Administrative headquarters;
  • A modern research center;
  • A training laboratory.

The pupils of the school are engaged in modern and spacious classes, can spend their free time in a large and comfortable sports hall.

At Hudson's school, classes can be held both indoors and outdoors, so the campus is equipped with everything necessary for these goals. Also on the street there are sports grounds and, of course, places for entertainment.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

You can apply for enrollment at any time of the year, the enrollment process begins at the end of the academic year (June-July).

Services are paid additionally to tuition fee:

  • Airtickets;
  • Transfer in both sides;
  • Registration fee;
  • Teaching materials, school uniform;
  • Visa and consular fees.

Extra fees:

  • Deposit for a course/programme 3000 CAD
  • Registration fee (for a programme/course) 250 CAD
  • Study materials 600 CAD
  • Transfer (one way) 100 CAD
  • Medical insurance 600 CAD
  • Registration fee (for accommodation) 200 CAD

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

In order to send an application to the Hudson School, it is necessary to fill out an online form on the school's website, prepare a package of documents (a statement, a statement of current grades or a school certificate, recommendations from teachers Mathematics and English), and then send it to the admissions office of the school.

It is better to prepare the documents at least six months in advance The moment of receipt, since the processing of the visa takes a certain time. Then, after receiving a response letter from the school administration, you can pay for training and other expenses.

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Hudson college reviews

Alexander Esuk
do you guys offer basketball academy programs or have links with basketball colleges thank you
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SMAPSE Education
Unfortunately, the school doesn't offer any basketball programmes

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