The mission of HudsonWay Immersion School is to develop intellectually curious, flexible thinkers who demonstrate exemplary character, multicultural perspectives, linguistic abilities and the capacity to become meaningful global contributors.
The English explorer Henry Hudson whose namesake provided inspiration for the name of our school sought a passage from England to China via a route above the Arctic Circle. HudsonWay uses the mnemonic “ARCTIC TIE” to remember the 9 values important to HudsonWay Immersion School.
Accountability. We take responsibility for our individual and collective actions.
Respect. We value, respect, and celebrate all members of our community.
Community Service. We strive to make a difference, especially by providing our talents and means to the community at large.
Teamwork. We recognize the talents of our students, staff, and community and that we can accomplish more together than individually.
Integrity. We seek to do what is right and do what we say we are going to do.
Community. We put the interest of our stakeholders first. We aim to meet the needs of our students, parents, and staff.
Transparency. We share information to enhance collaboration, cooperation, and collective decision making.
Innovation. We foster creativity, encourage risk-taking, and continuously seek to improve ourselves and our school.
Excellence. We commit to doing our best work and pursuing excellence.