Hudson City School District
Per pupil expenditure: $12,700
Schools: Four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. The Hudson School District does not have neighborhood schools. Buildings are organized by grade levels. Read more...
Staff: Over 80% of the certified staff holds Masters Degrees or Doctorate Degrees. Thirty-one teachers are National Board Certified.
Ranking: Hudson City Schools rank in the top 2% of Ohio districts, with an 11-year track record of Excellent and Excellent with Distinction ratings. Hudson High School is a 2008 National Blue Ribbon Award Winner. AP programs rank in the top 3% in the nation. Ninety-seven percent of our students attend four-year colleges.
Private and Parochial Schools
The City is also home to some of the finest private and parochial schools in the state and in the country. These include:
Hudson is within a short driving distance of a number of private and public colleges and universities. The University of Akron, a part of the State University System of Ohio, provides Summit County with a major university and houses an internationally recognized College of Polymer Sciences. It is the third largest of the 13 State universities, with an enrollment of approximately 28,000 students attending for credit and 12,000 participating in noncredit programs. Other State universities located within commuting distance of the City are Cleveland State University, Case Western Reserve University, John Carroll University, Notre Dame College, Ursuline College, Youngstown State University and Kent State University, whose Liquid Crystal Institute is a national leader in liquid crystal technology, and the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine (NEOUCOM).
Northeast Ohio’s colleges and universities comprise the second largest concentration of educational resources in the nation. Many of the universities and technical schools in Northeast Ohio are leading institutions in industrial technology and research, including the areas of polymer science, biomedical engineering and flat panel display technology. With its university resources and vocational training programs, the region provides a steady supply of technical and managerial workers to area employers.