Hudson School students excel on National Latin Exam
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Latin students at The Hudson School once again performed outstandingly on the National Latin Exam, sponsored by the American Classical League. Of the 101 Hudson students who took the test, 66 received an award, and 69 percent had scores at or above the national average.

Seventh grade student Jackson Weaver of Jersey City received a perfect score on the Introduction to Latin test.

Robert Stark, 10th grade student from Hoboken, received a gold medal for his performance on the Latin 3 test. Ninth grade student Anna Suben of Hoboken received a gold medal for her performance on the Latin 2 test.

Eighth grade students of Jersey City who received gold medals for their performances on the Latin 1 test included Darcy Chanin, Joshua Myers, Neil Agarwal, Adyan Rahman, Kunal Chandak, and Ellie Clermont. Several students from Hoboken, including Henry Reid, Kaylee Capruso, and Ali Gilman, also received gold medals for their performances on the Latin 1 test.

For more information about the admissions process to The Hudson School, contact Mrs. Newman, founder and director, at (201) 659-8335 ext. 107.

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NotYourSteppingStone
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April 29, 2012
That’s really great because you never know when you are going to have to transact a business deal in Latin. Just last week I was in Hoboken and when I went to a local establishment to order a special concoction to get me motivated to work. It was there that I encountered a barista who spoke little English, only Latin. I was in a real pickle as I speak little or no Latin. Fortunately there was a Catholic priest passing by so I sought out his assistance. Keep up the good work kids.