Upon graduation from Hudson Catholic, students will demonstrate the critical and logical thinking skills necessary to access and critically evaluate information. As well as evidence the fundamental literacy, technology, and numeracy skills in order to pursue appropriate advanced education; understand their potential as life-long learners as well as to communicate effectively in various professional and social circumstances.
Additionally it is the expressed hope that all students will manifest the core Lasallian value of respect for personal self-worth; others in their diversity and uniqueness; the sacredness of all life; and in concrete actions of service to the local and global community. These values shall be formed in the Lasallian heritage of education within the Catholic and humanist traditions and students will be able to demonstrate the knowledge of the teaching, tradition and values of the Church; the commitment to personal and communal prayer and worship and facility for growth across the various dimensions of life.
All students must successfully complete 130 course credit requirements in our college preparatory program of studies; and 50 hours of community service over four years in order to receive a diploma from Hudson Catholic Regional High School. Freshmen and sophomores are required to carry seven major subjects each semester; juniors and seniors are required to carry six major subjects each semester.