We are very blessed at Hudson to have such a truly great group of educators who help inspire, guide and mold our young students into the future citizens and leaders of tomorrow. Our faculty's passion, hard work, and dedication to their teachings, inside and outside the classroom, have been instrumental in Hudson's identity as a wonderful, caring place to be a part of for young learners to grow emotionally, socially, and academically. Our goal as an entire group is to instill a life-long love of learning and improvement of one's self to all of our current and future students.
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Lower School Academic Staff:
Vice Principal, Elementary Division
Spec. H. B. A., York University
B. Ed., York University
M.Ed., York University, OCT
E.C.E. courses specific to inquiry through play
Member of N.C.T.E
Member of N.C.T.M
Special Education Specialist
Guidance Level 2
Principal's Course (York University)
Mrs. Bastien has a long history of teaching in a variety of elementary school environments. She brings a commitment to curriculum development and leadership in teaching practices to the position of Vice-Principal.
Specialized H.B.A. Kinesiology & Health Science, York University
B.Ed. Intermediate/Senior Health & Physical Education/Geography, University of Ottawa, O.C.T.
A.Q. Special Education Part 1
A.B.Q. Intermediate Science
NCCP Level 1 Certified (Hockey)
Mr. Bedard is thrilled to start his journey at Hudson College. He began his teaching career within the intermediate and secondary grades, specializing in Exercise Science & Health and Physical Education courses. Mr. Bedard has a passion for teaching and has developed a variety of strategies that address the various learning abilities of his students. He is committed to developing a classroom that is both exciting and enriched. He also has 12 years of skating/hockey coaching and teaching, as well as 20+ years of elite hockey-playing experiences. He has athletically trained across both Ontario and the United States with many of the world's leading trainers. Developing a passion for athletics led him to complete a degree in Kinesiology and Health Science, specializing in Athletic Therapy. In addition to teaching within a traditional classroom, Mr. Bedard has also established a technical-based skating school for people of all ages and skill levels. Mr. Bedard views teaching as a passion that requires an open mind and the development of skills that underline a deeper and practical understanding of foundational concepts.
Mr. Bedard is committed to providing an interesting and inclusive classroom while also being involved in Hudson's sports teams and extra-curricular activities.
B.A. (Hons), Child Studies, Brock University
Post-Graduate Certificate in Education, Primary, University of Strathclyde (Jordanhill) Investigations and Explorations, Bishop Strachan Symposium
Although a primary teacher for nearly fifteen years, Jennifer continues to grow and develop as an educator with each new year and each new group of students. She looks forward to embarking on a journey of growth and discovery every September. In the words of Haim Ginott, “Treat a child as if he is already the person he is capable of becoming.” Believing each learner to be unique, Jennifer's goal as a teacher is to work closely with each student to nurture curiosity, encourage independence and help students achieve success.
B.A. (Hons.) with High Distinction in French and German, University of Toronto
B. Ed., OISE / U of T, OCT
A.Q. Special Education, Part 1
AIM Foundations Teacher Training
French Specialist for Hudson
Ms. Butscher began her career at Hudson in the Secondary division teaching French and English as a Second Language. Now, she is thrilled to pursue her love of language education as the French Specialist for Hudson, where her work as a rotary teacher lets her follow students throughout their elementary years. Her training as an AIM French instructor has reaffirmed her belief that a successful language learning classroom is rarely a quiet one!
Ms. Butcher's extra-curriculars include the Cooking Club, Iron Chef Hudson, making costumes for Senior Drama productions, and the Hudson Art Show. Outside of the classroom, she enjoys exploring the city by bicycle and going to concerts and plays. Isabella has a keen interest in etymology and loves collecting children's picture books. She says that Hudson's motto: “Be yourself, be anything” speaks to providing everyone opportunity and space to pursue their interests, and to feel supported and confident in expressing their individuality.
B.A. (Hon), English Literature with minor in Developmental Psychology, Bath Spa University
B.Ed. Primary/Junior Division - Specialisation in Anti-Racist Education and FNMI Education, University of Toronto (OISE)
A.Q. Kindergarten Specialist, Parts 1 and 2
Teaching Students with Communication Needs (ASD)
Supporting Children with ASD in Play-Based Learning Environments
Ms. Fisher joined Hudson College in 2019 and plans to become involved with the Cooking Club. With over 5 years of teaching kindergarteners, she is a nurturing and warm teacher who is constantly inspired by the energy and enthusiasm that kindergarten children have for learning and life! Ms. Fisher believes that we can all take pride in our particular skills and strengths, and by so doing, develop our talents to become anything we want.
B.A. Child and Youth Development, University of British Columbia
M.A. Child and Youth Development, Ryerson University
Ms. Foster believes that as educators, our job is not to limit but to encourage every students' creativity and watch as they flourish. She lives this out not only in the classroom, but as the Faculty supervisor of the Honey Bee Club, and her involvement in the Cooking Club. We look forward to the latter, as Ms. Foster loves to create healthy, new recipes. In the Summertime, Ms. Foster coordinates the programming for the Kiwanis Boys and Girls Club and spends as much time outdoors as possible: hiking, swimming, running, and more!
B. A., Psychology, York University
B. Ed., York University, OCT
A.Q. Specialist, Primary Education, and Junior Education
A.Q. English as a Second Language
A.Q. Special Education
Mrs. Hudson – no, she didn't have to change her name - has taught for the Toronto Board of Education for the past 35 years. She has presented workshops for teacher training at OISE. She joined the Hudson team in 2010 and has taught in the Grade One classroom as well as serving as the school's beloved librarian and storyteller extraordinaire! Mrs. Hudson enjoys gardening and shares her love of reading, as well as her interest in chess with Hudson's Chess Club for students in grades 1 to 8.
B.A. (Hon.) Combined English and French, Glendon Campus of York University
B.Ed., Primary / Junior, OISE, University of Toronto, OCT
M.A., Applied Linguistics, York University
A.B.Q., Intermediate English
B.A., Acadia University
B.Ed., University of British Columbia
A.Q., Special Education Part 1
A.B.Q., Intermediate Business
Mr. Hunt hails from a small town in Nova Scotia called Truro. After graduating from Acadia University, he spent the next 10-plus years working in a variety of different instructional environments, ranging from teaching English in Korea, educating children with exceptionalities, working with elite student-athletes, and most recently, as the grade 7H teacher at Hudson College. Mr. Hunt uses all of these experiences to create a positive learning environment for a variety of different learners, helping to cater the curriculum to his student's strengths. As a lifelong learner himself, Mr. Hunt knows the importance of instilling a positive work ethic in his students, while helping them build their time management skills as they approach high school.
At Hudson, Mr. Hunt can be found coaching both of the girls' basketball teams while assisting in many other sports and clubs around the school. Outside of the classroom, Mr. Hunt has a passion for sports, music, travel, and food, and loves spending his free time with his family and friends.
Faiza Fayyaz Khan
H.B.A., Ryerson University, RECE
B. Ed., University of Toronto, OCT
Ms. Khan brings a solid academic background in Early Childhood Studies and Early/Primary/Junior Education.
Ms. Khan’s credentials include a BA (Honours) in Early Childhood Education and a B.Ed. in Primary/Junior divisions from the University of Toronto. Ms. Khan is an Ontario certified teacher and a Registered Early Childhood Educator with teaching practice in a range of childhood settings, including childcare, plus both the public and private education systems. She has teaching experience in every grade level between Junior Kindergarten and Grade 4, including special education.
Ms. Khan believes that every child is unique and that every child deserves an individualized education. She has always embraced the Reggio inspired curriculum model in her work with four and five-year-olds. Ms. Khan views children as competent learners who must be treated with dignity and compassion. She believes the learning process should be meaningful, relevant, and engaging to make Kindergarten the rewarding start to education that it should be. Ms. Khan believes that passion, persistence, and partnership with families is the key to a successful Kindergarten program.
In addition to teaching, Faiza is currently finishing a Master of Education degree at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto. Faiza’s research focus is on phonics instruction and sight word acquisition.
Bachelor of Recreation and Leisure Studies (Honours), Brock University
B. Ed., York University, OCT
A.Q. English as a Second Language, Specialist
A.Q. Special Education, Part 1
A.Q. Reading, Part 1
A.Q. Writing, Part 1
A.B.Q. Intermediate Health and Physical Education
Mrs. Mallin is the Grade 2 classroom teacher at Hudson. She is qualified to teach in the Primary, Junior, and Intermediate Divisions.
Before joining Hudson College, she spent three years teaching at the Canadian International School in Vietnam. Before that, she was the director of an Outdoor Education Centre in Huntsville, Ontario.
Mrs. Mallin’s teaching philosophy is based on student-centered learning. Her lessons and units focus on students’ different learning styles. She engages students through different teaching strategies, critical thinking opportunities, and problem-solving and inquiry-based learning.
Around the school, Mrs. Mallin has helped organize the Junior Science Club, Origami Club, and Cooking Club. She has also helped organize and plan Hudson College's Annual Terry Fox Run for the past few years.
Outside of school, Mrs. Mallin loves spending time with family and friends, reading, watching movies, enjoying the outdoors, and traveling.
B. Ed., Primary/Junior Division, Queen’s University, OCT
A.B.Q. Intermediate, Mathematics
A.Q. Special Education, Part 1
H.B.A., English Literature, Queen’s University
Diploma, Television Writing & Producing, Humber College
Engaging students is the most critical element to being an inspirational teacher – and being an inspirational teacher is integral in expediting student achievement. Mr. Minty engages with students on their level during breaks and supervision and inspires them to engage with him on his level during instruction. Both types of connections create bonds that foster a sense of unity in the classroom.
With a focus on English literature and the elements of structure required to communicate clearly and with vision, Mr. Minty brings a wide variety of creative skill sets to the table, from acting on stage, playing guitar, and building board games to publishing comics, designing video games and writing novels. He runs Hudson’s Spelling Bee, Public Speaking Showcase, Creative Writing Club, and Chess Club, while also writing and directing the Junior Play performance in May.
He is very excited to be continuing his career as an educator at Hudson College as the Grade 6 teacher.
B. Ed. Primary/Junior, University of Windsor, OCT
Certificate of Registration and Qualification with the Ontario College of Teachers
Certificate of Registration and Qualification with the General Teaching Council of Scotland
H. B. A. Political Science, University of Windsor
B. A. English, University of Windsor
B. Sc. Biology, University of Windsor
A.Q. Senior English, O.I.S.E, University of Toronto
A.Q. Creative Writing and Reading, University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Mrs. Mollard brings a wealth of teaching experience from private to public schools in Canada and Scotland. She has over thirteen years of experience working with Primary and Junior students. Her experience as a teacher includes facilitating learning in the Reggio Emilia system, instructing French with the AIM program, working with gifted students and teaching English as a Second Language.
Mrs. Mollard has a passion for teaching and believes that teachers must provide different avenues to help facilitate critical thought. She believes this approach helps to foster self-confidence and a spirit of independent learning. Her philosophy is that children have a lot to offer in the classroom and the relationship between child and teacher is a collaborative one. Parents are a part of the learning process as well and she wants to make them feel valued and included.
Outside of class, she is interested in art, music, literature, and writing. She has a love for travel and learning new things. Mrs. Mollard enjoys playing sports and spending time with her family.
B.A. (Hons) Performance/Composition, York University
M.A. Orchestration for Film/TV/Games, University of Chichester
It is a known scientific fact that the study of music increases cerebral activity helping to enhance cognitive abilities. Research further suggests that the regularly playing of an instrument changes the shape and power of the brain which can even increase one's IQ by seven points in both children and adults.
It is Mr. Pace's intent to introduce each child at Hudson College to the wonderful experience of the expression of music through performance, and the playing of an instrument.
Mr. Pace gets to affect the young minds of today positively through music, as he has been doing for close to 40 years.
B.A. (Hons.) Kinesiology, York University
B. Ed. Physical Education & Biology
Before graduating from York University and pursuing a career in education, Marco played 12 years of professional soccer. He is currently the Director of Coaching at Power Soccer Inc. and a USSF ‘A’ Licensed coach.
Marco’s teaching philosophy focuses on student success by creating an environment where they can explore, construct, solve and apply. He feels that he has the necessary tools to reach the “21st Century Learner” and prepare them for this ever-changing and diverse world.
Marco currently teaches Health and Physical Education for all the elementary classes at Hudson. He also teaches HPE and Science at the high school level.
As the Athletic Director at Hudson, Marco oversees the school's athletic program that competes in the Small Schools Athletic Federation. He also coaches several sports that include soccer, volleyball, and badminton.
Marco is a sports “nut” and enjoys participating in a variety of activities, including golf, skiing, and tennis. When he isn’t on the playing field or in the classroom, Marco spends as much time as possible with his wife and two children.
Farah Naz Shaikh
B.A. Carleton University
B. Ed. Concordia University
M.Ed. OISE/University of Toronto, OCT
Additional Qualifications, Special Education, Part 1; Junior Basic; Anglais
Member of T.E.S.L. Ontario
Ms. Shaikh teaches Grade 1 in the elementary division of Hudson College. Farah believes that children learn best through their strengths, and she enjoys using teaching methods that address the diversity of intelligence children display and the different ways they learn. Diversity is a cornerstone of her philosophy of teaching, and Farah is also passionate about creating a curriculum that reflects the diverse and unique perspectives of the many cultures that make up Canada. The integration of these perspectives enables youth to develop a stronger sense of identity and helps them to become more confident and active contributors to society. Outside of school, Farah loves to travel and has lived and taught in Indonesia and an Inuit village in the Arctic, among other cultural communities. Her recent explorations in Europe have included Italy and Paris.
University of Toronto, HBA, Major in History, Minor in French and Cinema Studies
Brock University, B.Ed, Junior/ Intermediate Division
Brock University, M.Ed, Teaching, Learning, and Development
OISE, Special Education AQ part 1
OISE, Health and Physical Education AQ, Junior/ Intermediate Division
OISE, Health and Physical Education AQ, Senior Division
OISE, History AQ, Senior Division
Mrs. Troncone brings with her to Hudson College five years of teaching experience, having taught a variety of courses at the intermediate and senior level, including Language Arts, Visual Arts, Social Studies, and Science. During this time, she also coached several athletic groups, including Girl’s volleyball and soccer.
Mrs. Troncone’s education philosophy is that every student can learn and that all students can see success in a classroom environment, but that real learning only can begin once a student is pushed outside their comfort zone. She feels that students need to find the confidence in themselves to take the steps necessary to push themselves in areas they find challenging. To do so, she creates a supportive and compassionate teaching environment where students are not afraid to seek assistance or collaborate with their peers.
Outside the classroom, Mrs. Troncone enjoys remaining physically active, taking part in several martial arts, including boxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. She also enjoys engaging in the arts as much as possible, taking art courses through OCAD or the AGO. She also loves reading and, of course, traveling.
Honours B.A. English & Media
Honors B.A. Math
M.A. English (June 2015)
Mr. Veleno has over 14 years of teaching experience at both the elementary and high school levels. Mr. Veleno is thrilled to be teaching the Grade Eight class at Hudson. Through his various teaching positions, he has acquired a strong understanding of curriculum, learning styles, and various learning profiles and exceptionalities.
Mr. Veleno's teaching focuses on fostering a passion and love of learning amongst his students and helping them see themselves as "perpetual learners." He believes it is important to nurture an inquisitive mind and to engage and challenge students to excel in all areas of their academic and personal lives. In his view, students must be encouraged to become proactive and take ownership of their education so that it becomes both more personal and meaningful. Mr. Veleno is committed to helping his students understand that learning is a lifelong process, and is aware that the changing dynamic of the global community will require our students to embrace learning throughout their lives.
M. Ed. Literacy Education, Mount Saint Vincent University
B. Ed. Junior/Intermediate, University of Windsor, OCT
B.A. Drama in Education, University of Windsor
Upper School Academic Staff:
B.F.A. (Hons), First Class Honours, University of Manitoba
B. Ed. Intermediate/Senior, University of Manitoba, Permanent Professional Certificate (Manitoba), OCT Additional Qualifications: French as a Second Language, Part 1
Janessa Brunet is an art educator and practicing artist, born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She has gained experience over the last decade working in a non-profit, gallery, public and private school setting. Her art practice, while finding its beginning in photography, has grown to include printmaking, drawing, and illustration.
Janessa has gained a reputation as an enthusiastic and energetic individual who not only makes strong connections and builds meaningful relationships but also as someone who truly believes in the transformative nature of art within peoples’ lives.
B.A. English and History, York University
B.Ed., York University, OCT
M.Ed., York University
Certificate, Musical Theatre Performance
Ms. Cafaro holds a Master’s Degree in Education, and an Honours Bachelor’s degree in Arts. As an Ontario Certified teacher, Ms. Cafaro brings many years of teaching experience to Hudson College and is very excited to be joining the Upper School in the English, History, and Social Science departments. She infuses ideas of social justice into her courses and is well- known for creating positive and nurturing learning environments. She has developed a reputation as a compassionate and positive teacher who goes to great lengths to ensure that her classroom and extracurricular activities are inclusive spaces that encourage students to develop their voices, take pride in who they are, and develop collaborative skills that will serve them, whatever their future endeavors.
Before becoming a teacher, Ms. Cafaro could be found studying and performing musical theatre in New York City and brings a variety of creative interests to Hudson. From performing in plays to singing in choirs, Ms. Cafaro’s energy and presence extend far beyond the classroom.
B.F.A Visual Art, Honours, York University
B.ED, Intermediate/Senior, York University, OCT
A.B.Q. Senior Drama
A.Q. Honours Specialist Visual Arts
A.Q. Junior Division
A.Q. Guidance and Career Education Part 1
A.Q. ESL Parts 1 and 2
A.Q. Special Education Part 1
Ms. Gilbreath knew from a young age that she wanted to be involved in the arts. Not long after that, she knew she wanted to be a teacher. What she didn’t expect was how well her passions would intersect. At Hudson, being yourself, being anything means expressing yourself fully and being creative.
Ms. Gilbreath brings years of experience as a teacher and working artist to Hudson College. Her classrooms are fun, but never off-the-cuff. She’s prepared, creative, and versatile. Her multidisciplinary approach to teaching incorporates both her artistic background and her love of exploring the relationships between diverse subjects. She is passionate about charity and issues of social justice and has—in addition to other extracurricular activities like organizing student gallery shows and directing plays — regularly incorporated fundraising initiatives into her curriculum.
B.A. Psychology with minor in Mathematics, Brock University
M.Sc. Education, Intermediate/Senior Divisions, Mathematics, Medaille College
B.Mus. (Hons.) Music Education, University of Western Ontario
B.Ed. Intermediate/Senior Music and English, OISE, University of Toronto, OCT
A.Q. Adult Education
Ms. Hutton has had a varied career teaching Music and English to students of all ages in many different places. As a student with diverse interests, she found it incredibly hard to decide which subject to focus on as an adult. One of her primary goals as a teacher is to help students explore her favorite corners of academia: music, literature, and anthropology. She is delighted every day by the curiosity and creativity of Hudson students, and by the support and humor of her colleagues. “Be yourself, be anything” means learning how to be autonomous and brave, while also being kind. Outside of school, Ms. Hutton feeds her fierce passions of travel, scuba diving, and entomology.
H.B.Sc. Biology, Lakehead University
B.Ed. Intermediate/Senior, Lakehead University, OCT
Ancient DNA Certification with a focus in DNA repair methodologies
A.B.Q. Intermediate/Senior, Science - Biology
A.B.Q. Intermediate/Senior, Science - Chemistry
A.B.Q. Intermediate, Mathematics
A.Q. Integration of Information and Computer Technology in Instruction, Part 1
A.Q. Religious Education, Part 1
Matt was originally born and raised in Northwestern Ontario, obtaining his HBSc in Biology and BEd from Lakehead University with concentrations in molecular anthropology and biochemistry. Coming from a family of experienced teachers, the ideologies of Canadian education have been a part of his life since childhood. Matt engages in enriched science education by combining modern scientific concepts intertwined with Ontario’s current curriculum. He also prioritizes developing student responsibility and overall scientific literacy, to ensure that students will be prepared to enter the culture of post-secondary education. As an artist and musician, Matt tries to spread his philosophy to his students that if you look hard enough, science is integrated into every concentration of education and even art.
Business Administration U.T.E. Quito, Ecuador
TESL Certificate - Toronto, Canada
Mr. Yovanny has been in the teaching profession for almost 20 years. He worked in an all-girls private school in Ecuador before returning to Canada in 1999. He joined Hudson in January of 2006 and feels that "Hudson is the best school he has ever worked at, and I'm not just saying that!" Most of his career has been spent working with young adults and because of his ESL experience, he has had the pleasure of meeting students from around the world and learning about so many different cultures. This perspective uniquely qualifies him for the diverse courses he teaches at Hudson.
In addition to his teaching, Mr. Yovanny is involved in planning many of the student events throughout the year especially the trips to overseas destinations. He has taken Hudson students to London, Paris, Rome, Venice, Florence, Brussels, Berlin, Vienna, Copenhagen, and Amsterdam. Mr. Yovanny is also involved in the organization of student council events such as the annual Terry Fox Breakfast, the annual Spirit Week and Halloween Dance, the annual International Festival, and the annual Hudson Prom among other activities. In his free time, Mr. Yovanny takes his wife and children on family trips, watches movies, reads books and enjoys listening to music.
Vice Principal, Upper Division
B.A., English and Human Biological Science, York University
Grad. Diploma in Genetic Counselling, University of New England (NSW, Australia)
Grad. Diploma in Education (QLD, Australia)
Grad. Diploma in Adult Vocational Education and Training (NSW, Australia)
M.Ed., University of Wollongong, (NSW, Australia)
A.B.Q. Intermediate/Senior English
A.B.Q. Physical Education and Health
A.B.Q. Senior Biology
A.Q. Junior Division
TESOL Certificate with Practicum
Certificate in Curriculum Development
Certificate in Teaching English Grammar
Certificate in Teaching TOEFL Preparation
Certificate (in progress) International School Leadership, Ontario's Principal Council
Mrs. Power has a long history of leadership in school settings. She brings a commitment to curriculum development and leadership in teaching practices to the position of Vice-Principal. The sense of community, the range of opportunities provided to students
the commitment of students, staff, and parents in providing a positive, nurturing, and academically-rigorous environment contribute to making Hudson an environment where students can express themselves freely and openly. Mrs. Power says this is what makes Hudson special!
B.A. (Hons) History and English, University of Toronto
B.Ed. Intermediate/Senior (With Distinction), University of Ontario Institute of Technology, OCT
Mr. Winter has always known that he wanted to be a “different” kind of teacher. From long evenings during university and beyond having debates and informed discussions with his colleagues and friends, he has long recognized the need for both civility and critical thinking with regards to analyzing issues facing society. At Hudson, “Be yourself, be anything” means developing the agency to think for yourself in an ethical and informed way.
Mr. Winter brings an emphasis on critical thinking and informed discussion into the classroom by insisting upon spirited classroom participation and “outside the box” perspectives. His many years of teaching writing and literacy are incorporated into his practice, with preparing students for university a primary motivating factor. His primary interests are the intersections of history and the social sciences, with a particular focus on socio-political matters.
Mr. Winter runs the Dungeons and Dragons Club, the Husky Herald (Hudson’s Student Newspaper), as well as the OSSLT Preparation Workshops in February/March.
B. Ed. Intermediate/Senior, McGill University, OCT
A.Q. Guidance, and Career Education Part 1&2
Rachel has wanted to be a Guidance Counsellor for as long as she can remember. After graduating with her Bachelor of Education from McGill University, she moved back to Toronto and immediately started working in both Guidance and teaching. She earned additional qualifications in Guidance and Career Education while in the field, and her experiences have only served to strengthen her passion for the profession.
When Rachel isn’t at work, you can find her reading (she is also an English teacher, after all), spending time with family and friends, and trying to force herself to enjoy cooking.
B.Sc. (Hons) Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto
B.Ed. Intermediate/Senior, OISE at University of Toronto, OCT
Mr. Zhou feels that it is a privilege to be among students from all over the globe and it brings comfort to his heart seeing students from different cultures support and respect each other. The level of support and professionalism from the administration and other members of the staff makes working at Hudson College extremely easy, pleasant and speaks volumes of the school's vision and commitment to quality education. William believes we are making the world a better place through our collective actions.
We live in a world where people are often judged by their appearances rather than their character. We live in a world where all people share 99.9% of their genomes and are yet divided by their superficial differences. We live in a world where people are rejected, ridiculed, threatened, and even killed for expressing and embracing themselves for who they are. We humans often think of ourselves as intelligent life forms, but there is nothing intelligent about these behaviors of ours. At Hudson, we create a safe and inclusive environment where diversity is celebrated. At Hudson, we ensure that each student is proud of their individuality and can freely express themselves while at the same time respecting each other's differences. At Hudson, students do not need to hide under a facade. At Hudson, students can be themselves. They can be anything.