Fast Facts

Web Page:   www.hudsoncatholic.org

Facebook:   Hudson Catholic Regional High School

School:  A regional, coeducational high school for young men and women of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Newark, established in 1964.

Mission:  The mission of Hudson Catholic Regional High School, a college preparatory school serving a diverse community, is to educate the students entrusted to our care in a Catholic environment through a comprehensive and demanding curriculum emphasizing spiritual and social values complemented by an integrated program of extracurricular activities, all designed to encourage individual development and responsibility to the community.

The Belief Statements:
At Hudson Catholic Regional High School, we believe that . . .

  • A Catholic education in the Lasallian tradition of faith, service, and community is valuable.
  • The effective education of the individual requires a collaboration of students, parents, and teachers.
  • Each student can learn and that each student is entitled to a quality education in a safe, secure, and positive environment.
  • Maintaining a culturally and socially diverse environment fosters awareness of, acceptance of, and respect for all members of the community.
  • Students should respect the dignity of every human person made in the image of God.

Tuition:   Tuition for 2019-2020 is $9,450.

Faculty:   32 Administrators and faculty members; 50% hold a Masters Degree or higher.

Accreditation:   Hudson Catholic Regional High School is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. It has been so recognized since 1970.

Academic Programs: College Preparatory Program of Studies Average class size of 24 students. Free tutoring by teachers and National Honor Society members before and after school all year.

Dual Enrollment Program:  The Hudson Catholic/St. Peter’s University Dual Enrollment Program offers the opportunity for students, beginning in the 10th grade, to accumulate 66 college credits from St. Peter’s University and graduate with their high school diploma from Hudson Catholic and an Associate’s Degree from St. Peter’s University.

Courses offered on the advanced levels: Honors (H) and Advanced Placement (AP) De La Salle Scholars Program (Monetary Scholarship).

Special Programs: ACES College Credit Program: Affiliations with St. Peter’s University, De LaSalle Scholars Program, St. Benilde Academic Achievement Program

Technology: 1:1 Computer Program –  State of the art Learning Commons with Virtual Classroom* High–speed cable internet * Mini-networks in labs * Video microscopy * Electronic balances * Digital microscopes  * Level 3 SMART classroom (Biology Lab), *Short range Smart Projectors and Apple TV in every classroom

Athletic and Extracurricular: 19 varsity sports, most with underclass levels and over 20 clubs and organizations.

College Choices: 100% college acceptance; 95% of graduates go on to post-secondary school.

Students:   Students are registered from the following cities: New Jersey – Bayonne * Belleville * Bloomfield * Carteret * Cliffside Park * Clifton * East Orange * Elizabeth * Fairview * Glen Ridge * Guttenberg * Harrison * Hasbrouck Heights * Hawthorne * Hoboken * Jersey City * Kearny * Leonia * Linden * Little Falls * Livingston * Lyndhurst * Newark * North Arlington * North Bergen * Nutley * Palisades Park * Port Monmouth * Rahway * Roseland * Rutherford * Secaucus * Sewaren * South Hackensack * Union * Union City * Waldwick * Wayne * Weehawken * West New York * West Orange * West Paterson * Wood-Ridge New York – Brooklyn * Manhattan* Staten Island* Queens.

Graduates from Hudson Catholic have been accepted to the following colleges and universities:
Albright College
American International College
Arizona State University
Assumption College
Bay Path University
Bergen Community College
Boston College
Bowie State University
Brookdale Community College
Brown University
Cabrini University
Caldwell University
Centenary University
Claflin University
Clark Atlanta University
Coastal Carolina University
College of Mount Saint Vincent
College of Saint Elizabeth
Concordia College – New York
Concordia University – Montreal
Cornell University (College of Human Ecology)
Delaware State University
Dominican University of California
East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania
Emmanuel College
Fairleigh Dickinson University – Florham Campus
Fairleigh Dickinson University – Metropolitan Campus
Felician University
Florida State College at Jacksonville
Fordham University (Fordham College at Lincoln Center)
Franklin Pierce University
Georgia State University
Georgian Court University
Hampton University
Holy Family University
Howard University
Hudson County Community College
Iona College
Johnson & Wales University (Providence)
Kean University
La Salle University
Lincoln University
Long Island University, Post
Lycoming College
Lynn University
Manhattan College
Maryville College
Merrimack College
Miami University, Oxford
Middle Tennessee State University
Monmouth University
Montclair State University
Morehouse College
Morgan State University
Mount Saint Mary College
Mount St. Mary’s University
New England College
New Jersey City University
New Jersey Institute of Technology
New Jersey Institute of Technology (Albert Dorman Honors College)
New York Institute of Technology
New York Institute of Technology (New York Institute of Technology – Manhattan)
New York University
Norfolk State University
North Carolina A&T State University
Pace University, New York City
Pace University, New York City (Seidenberg School of Computer Science and Information System)
Pace University, Westchester Campus
Pennsylvania State University
Pennsylvania State University (College of Engineering)
Pennsylvania State University, Erie: The Behrend College
Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg
Presentation College
Queens University of Charlotte
Ramapo College of New Jersey
Rider University
Robert Morris University, Springfield
Rowan University
Rutgers University – Camden
Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Rutgers University-New Brunswick (Rutgers Business School: Undergraduate–New Brunswick)
Rutgers University-New Brunswick (School of Engineering)
Rutgers University-Newark
Rutgers University-Newark (Business & Management)
Sacred Heart University
Saint Joseph’s University
Saint Leo University
Saint Peter’s University
Savannah State University
Seton Hall University
Seton Hall University (School of Business)
Shaw University
Southern New Hampshire University
Springfield College
St. Bonaventure University
St. Edward’s University
St. John’s University – Queens Campus
St. Thomas Aquinas College
State University of New York at Albany
Stevens Institute of Technology
Stevenson University
Stockton University
SUNY Buffalo State College
Susquehanna University
Syracuse University
Temple University
The Catholic University of America
The University of Arizona
The University of Scranton
Tufts University
Union County College
University at Buffalo The State University of New York
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of Colorado at Boulder
University of Connecticut
University of Delaware
University of Hartford
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
University of Maryland, Eastern Shore
University of Mount Union
University of New Haven
University of Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
University of Rhode Island
Villanova University
Virginia State University
West Virginia University
Western Michigan University
Wilkes University
William Paterson University of New Jersey
Wingate University

The Profile of Graduates:
Upon graduation from Hudson Catholic Regional High School, the student will:

Demonstrate the critical and logical thinking skills:
• necessary to access and critically evaluate information
• focused on the solving of theoretical, moral, and practical problems
• formulate and express a well-developed opinion.

Evidence the fundamental STREAM and liberal arts skills to adapt in an ever-changing technological society:
• to pursue an advanced education
• to understand his/her potential as a life-long learner
• to thrive in various professional and social circumstances.

Manifest the core Catholic value of respect:
• for personal self-worth
• for others in their diversity and uniqueness
• for the sacredness of all life
• in concrete actions of service to the local and global community.

Be formed within the Catholic and humanist traditions and so be able to demonstrate:
• knowledge of the teaching, tradition, and values of the Church commitment to personal and communal prayer and worship for growth across the various dimensions of his/her life.