Henry Hudson School No. 28

Henry Hudson School No. 28

School Information

  • Henry Hudson School No. 28 is a Northeast Zone.

    This school is currently in Receivership status by the New York State Education Department. For more information about Receivership or to view the school’s improvement measures, please visit https://www.rcsdk12.org/receivership.

What Every Family Should Know

  • Henry Hudson School #28 is a warm and nurturing school where students work collaboratively with peers as they learn from a knowledgeable and caring staff.

    We celebrate successes every month with our STAR assemblies and provide students with a strong character education that combined with an academic focus prepares students for success today and in later years as they become responsible citizens.

    With literacy as our focus, we integrate reading and writing into all of the content areas, including math and science. For students in our bilingual program, our focus in literacy is in both English and Spanish leading to true bilingualism as they complete their elementary years at School #28.

    We are truly committed to the diverse needs of our students and families that attend Henry Hudson School #28.

Program Features

  • Uniforms Required Yes for K-5
    Foreign Languages Spanish, K-8 Bilingual Program
    English Language Learners Yes
    Honors/Enrichment Classes Algebra 9 and Living Environment 9
    Early Literacy Program myView and Successmaker
    Chorus Yes
    Band/Orchestra Yes
    Instrumental Music Lessons Yes
    Sports 7/8 Grade Modified Sports
    Step Teams No
    Extended/Expanded Day No
    Saturday School No
    On-Site After-School Care No
    Summer Programs Yes
    Business/College/Faith Partnerships College Partnerships – SUNY at Brockport, SUNY at Geneseo, Nazareth College, St John Fisher College, University of Rochester, Buffalo State, Alfred State, Grandparents/Abuelitas Program, Central Church in Christ, St. Mary’s and Browncroft Community Churches, Parent Teacher Organization, Harris Corp. (Big Brother/Big Sister program)

Unique Features

    • Focus on literacy, integrating reading and writing into all of the content areas, including math and science.
    • Fully bilingual program in K-6, supporting students and families in Spanish and in English in all grades.
    • Monthly STAR assemblies celebrate student successes at school. Student successes are also celebrated with parents and families throughout the year.
    • Strong character education that teaches students good citizenship.
    • Extracurricular activities include school band and instrumental music.
    • We house the autism program for students lowest on the spectrum still in a public school.  We are community school, finding ways to support the whole child, not just their academics.