The Hudson School District has built its curriculum around the New Hampshire State Frameworks and Tri-state grade level expectations and grade span expectations. We continuously strive to give our students as many educational and extracurricular opportunities as possible. In addition to their academic studies, students in Hudson are able to participate in numerous athletic teams, F.I.R.S.T.


The primary mission of the ESOL Department is to facilitate English language acquisition for students for whom English is not the first language. This is achieved through ESOL instructional classes, pull-out, and/or push-in services. The ESOL Department complies with state standards for English language acquisition, the World Class Instructional Design and Assessment Consortium Standards (WIDA), and uses these standards in conjunction with the fundamental principles of second language acquisition in order to provide the most beneficial learning environment possible to the student.

Special Services

The Special Services Department in Hudson New Hampshire takes pride in providing quality services to students with disabilities who qualify for special education or Section 504 accommodation plans. In addition, we ensure homeless students have access to their home public school.

Title I Program

Title I is a compensatory program funded by an annual grant from the Federal government (funded through No Child Left Behind). The program is designed to provide services to educationally disadvantaged students whose academic progress has been impacted by environmental factors.

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