Every child is unique and so is their journey to success

Hudson Lab School empowers every child through personalized learning. By giving children the freedom to follow their curiosity and supporting their interests through interdisciplinary project-based learning and high quality academics, we celebrate each child's unique character and help propel his or her learning. Our goal is to instill a love of learning and to teach children how to design and build a life in which they can thrive. 
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SHARE + REFLECT
The engagement of an authentic audience underscores the value of what is explored in school and its connection to daily life. Guided reflection enables the transfer of skills, knowledge and understanding to other contexts and future challenges.

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INVESTIGATE AND CREATE
Curiosity drives learning as students re-frame questions, draft plans and imagine solutions. With teacher facilitation, investigations lead to meaning-making and skill-building across content areas. Unique and diverse projects emerge as expressions of project-based learning.

WONDER AND ENGAGE
Exploration of the community, environment and wider world leads to inquiry. Wonder and personal connection serve as springboards for tackling big questions centered around major themes and real-world problems.

In the Classroom

Our interactive classroom provides opportunities to engage individual learners. 
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What you are doing is groundbreaking, and I hope the field of education will begin to move in this direction.

— Assistant Principal,
NYC Public School

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BUILDING SKILLS FOR THE CHANGING WORLD!

•   Personal and social responsibility
•   Self-reliance and grit
•   Adaptability and resilience
•   Iterative learning
•   Collaboration and communication
•   Critical and creative thinking
•   Problem-solving and innovation

•   Awareness of self and others
•   Cross-cultural understanding and community involvement
•   Determining the most appropriate tool for the task
•   Embracing the complexity of whole systems
•   Storytelling for change
•   Project management

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Why do some students fail and other students succeed?

In her TED Talk, MacArthur "genius" Angela Lee Duckworth explains the secret to outstanding achievement. (It's not talent, but a special blend of passion and persistence she calls "grit".)

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How to Raise a Creative Child. Step One: Back Off

New York Times article about how child prodigies rarely become adult geniuses who change the world and how originality is difficult to encourage but easy to thwart.

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Events

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Open House Oct 10th.

Come learn about the benefits of Project-Based Learning (PBL) for every kind of learner... or just come check out how our first year is going!

Tuesday, October 10th at 7 pm


MOMENTS OF WONDER AND LEARNING