As a co-ed, non-denominational school with an enriched Ontario curriculum, we serve a diverse, down-to-earth community of over 420 students from across Toronto and beyond.
We offer a cohesive approach to teaching and learning from Junior Kindergarten through Grade 12. Our team of experienced educators considers the needs and goals of the individual at every stage, collaborating with families to ensure students feel engaged and supported at school.
We’re dedicated to developing the whole person—intellectually, emotionally and socially. Each student’s academic journey is important as we prepare graduates to define their own path and success, both at school and in life.
Elementary-age students build confidence and mastery year over year, with an emphasis on social-emotional learning, executive functioning skills and extracurriculars alongside academic enrichment and everyday fun.
Our high school is just the right size to provide academic challenge and support across a broad range of course options, as well as interesting co-curricular activities to nurture personal interests and foster positive connections.
Every student has their own unique story, viewpoints, ideas, interests, challenges and ambitions. Our aim is to create space for those students to express who they are and explore what they like while building character, resilience, and exceptional academic skills. Hudson programs build on a balanced academic foundation to offer multiple paths forward, so that students can find the right course of study and take on new challenges with a positive mindset.
Since the school’s founding in 2003, Hudson’s leadership has built a team of dedicated administrators, faculty and staff with a shared passion for learning.
Upper School Director and Principal, Co-Founder
Lower School Director, Co-Founder
Lower School Principal
Director of Admissions