Providing top-quality education to boys from Form 2 to Form 6, we draw on our long and proud tradition, as well as our dynamic and forward-thinking ethos.
– Wian du Plessis
Looking Forward: Hear from a Form 5
“I came from a small town, a small school, three hours away, and a very close family. I struggled with homesickness in 2nd form. If I had been given the opportunity in that year, I would have left College. I managed to get through the year. When I got to Hudson House, everything changed. I started to enjoy being at College.
I went to Hudson House with friends who have become my brothers that I will hold dear for life. Hudson’s has reinforced the value of people no matter what age and taught us to look out for one another, no matter what. Hudson House has been a safe haven for me and my fellow housemates. I will always consider my three years in Hudson House as some of the best years of my life.”
Looking Home: Hear from a Hudson Parent
“Our boys spend more time in their boarding houses than they do at home. For this reason, a parent requires a “home-away-from-home”, which will strengthen and reinforce the very core values, ethics, and code of conduct which are practiced in one’s own home. These include life’s most basic, but core elements: trust, confidence, discipline, respect, love, care, and responsibility. Hudson House provides this, by allowing our boys the space to take a lot of little steps towards maturity, while guided by safe boundaries. These walls are more than brick and mortar. They are a bonded camaraderie, friendships formed for life.
As parents, we can ‘rest in confidence’ while physically separated from our sons, knowing that he is in good hands.”
The facilities at Hudson are adapted to learning, growing boys and their academic, social, and personal needs. The house boasts two common rooms with pool tables, table tennis and foosball tables. Each boy has a dedicated prep area. The Form 3 boys work in one big prep room, which has an aircon. The Form 4 boys are broken into four prep rooms based on their academic ability. The Form 5 boys do prep in their dormitories as they have a workstation in their dormitory.
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