Hudson College, Toronto, Ontario


Hudson College is a private, non-denominational, co-educational day school offering a balanced curriculum from Pre-Kindergarten through to University/College entrance. Situated on a 4.5 acre campus in central Toronto, Hudson is dedicated to developing the whole child - academically, socially, and emotionally - in a safe and nurturing environment.

Fully accredited and inspected by the Ontario Ministry of Education, we offer a full range of credits leading to the Ontario Secondary School Diploma, which in turn prepares students for entry into universities in Canada, the U.S., the U.K. and other countries around the world.

Hudson College focuses on every student's personal needs in education and learning. This is evident in the College's Total Personal Support™ system. At Hudson, every student is educated, not as part of a group of students, but as an individual person in a supportive, nurturing environment. Hudson College provides its students with a set of skills and value positions that will enable each, as individuals, to attain both future personal and academic success for the betterment not only of themselves, but also the wider community.

All of our students embody the spirit of the College. They are very active in school life and participate in all kinds of co- and extra-curricular activities and programs, as well as providing volunteer help to other students. This spirit of activism and participation results in our students having a strong sense of pride in being a part of the student body at Hudson. Our students love attending Hudson and feel a real sense of ownership in the school.

Our 4.5-acre campus features a large modern school building, over 40,000 ft, housing teaching and recreational facilities, spacious classrooms, administrative headquarters, a large gymnasium, a state-of-the-art research centre and cross-curricular lab.

Our enriched academic program and superior curriculum is integrated through our unique Smart Skills Program™, helping students to develop in 5 critical areas: Speech Arts, Mathematics, Analytical Writing, Research, and Team Building.

Our wide variety of extra-curricular clubs, sports, and activities provide many opportunities for students to enjoy student life at Hudson, and to learn beyond the classroom. Most importantly, our bright and creative students, from all different cultures and backgrounds, help to embody the diversity and spirit of Hudson.

House system

Beginning in Grade 8, all Hudson students belong to one of four distinguished Houses - The Maritimes House; The Great Lakes House; The Prairies House; and The Rockies House. The House System is an important part of our community. All Faculty and Staff also belong to one of the four Houses.

The House System fosters a sense of community, belonging, and camaraderie that encourages healthy competition, develops school spirit, and rewards positive actions initiated by students by awarding points for participation in extra-curricular activities. Students proudly wear their House Colours on Spirit Days and House Huddle days as a sign of solidarity and pride with other House members.

Green Huskies

The Green Huskies have student representative at each grade level starting in Grade 3. Their main role as a group is to promote and ensure “acts of green” in daily activities at Hudson. In addition to the promotion of living green and reducing one's ecological footprint through class challenges, the Green Huskies help plan annual events such as Earth Hour and Earth Week. They also help clean-up after each major school event and help plant, maintain our gardens, including our recent butterfly garden addition, around our campus.

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Our goal is to challenge and motivate each student to reach her or his full potential, both academically and emotionally. Our balanced curriculum helps prepare students for university and beyond, as they mature into well-rounded citizens, life-long learners, and leaders within their communities.

Our curriculum is fully integrated using state-of-the-art technology, from computer-based teaching exercises to free high-speed Internet access for every student on campus.

Hudson offers a wide variety of sports programs designed to promote the importance of living active, healthy lifestyles. These programs also help build inner self confidence and pride, as well as a sense of friendship and teamwork. Hudson also offers a wealth of art, drama, and music programs, plus other extracurricular activities intended to help students learn beyond the classroom. Our multicultural school population is a blend of international and local students. It provides the same stimulating environment our students will experience later on in university and business life. We value diversity and find our students are enriched by meeting and learning with other young people from around the world.

As part of our commitment to ‘whole child’ learning, at Hudson we offer ample leadership opportunities for students at each grade level to build their self-confidence both inside and outside of the classroom. We strive to ensure that our students develop essential leadership skills that in turn will help them become better, more well-rounded citizens and leaders within their communities; and it is for this reason that we strongly encourage all students to participate in leadership opportunities during their Junior, Middle, and Senior School years.

Tuition Fee 2020 - 2021 (payment plan available)
CAN$ 16,900 Tuition Fee (for all grades)
CAN$   2,250 Application and Registration fee (non-refundable)
CAN$      600 Activity / Materials Fee (for all grades)
CAN$      200 Homestay placement fee
CAN$   1,100 per month homestay (upper school students)

(Homestay fee can be paid monthly. A monthly Homestay report will be sent to parents for students under 18 years of age.)

Custodianship (if applicable): varies

All international students under 18 years of age who are not living with a parent in Canada must have a custodian/guardian who is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident. If a student does not have a custodian, Hudson College will appoint a custodian for the student.

Upper School Tuition Fees (Grades 9 to 12) cover the required 110 hours of instruction for each credit course, up to a maximum of eight credits, as well as the student's participation in some basic school programs, including the school's free tutoring program. Additional charges will be levied during the school year with respect to texts, uniforms, specific field trips, sports teams, other programs, etc.

The Activity/Materials Fee covers the majority of costs of Hudson's co-curricular programs and transportation to such in the Lower School, computer equipment and software programs, phys-ed equipment, and the delivery of certain extra-curricular activities and programs throughout the school year. This Fee does not include admission fees to specific events, field trips or venues, or participation in SSAF league sports teams. This fee does not include Upper School textbooks. This Fee is due prior to the start of the school year.