Hudson College is a co-educational, non-denominational private school offering a balanced curriculum from 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.

Our goal is to challenge every student to reach their maximum potential, and to equip every student with the skills and values they need to attain personal and academic success in the future.

What Makes Hudson College Unique


Reggio Emilia

From the outset, our young learners are seen as intellectually powerful, naturally inquisitive, and innately creative. Our Reggio Emilia inspired teaching pedagogy encourages children to explore, investigate, and grow.


Commitment to Character

Our core values are inter-woven into the everyday teachings and demonstrations of learning at Hudson. Our character traits embody the qualities that a Hudson student aspires to live by both inside and outside the school community.


Caring Community

Family and Community. It’s our goal that all students and their families feel a strong sense of belonging and pride in being a part of our Hudson Community. Read more about our family here at Hudson.


A Balanced Philosophy

We believe that the development of both academic and creative learning skills enriches the individual child and encourages independent thought and imagination. We provide a stimulating, challenging and nurturing school environment that supports the development of the whole child – physically, socially and intellectually.


Learners to Leaders

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.


Three Semester System

Our Upper School’s three-semester system offers students a more flexible academic schedule. Students are able to concentrate on fewer courses at a time – less stressful and more focused. Time is available daily for students to get individual help and support.