Hudson High School
Principal & School Communications

2024-2025 Parking Permits

You can purchase parking permits for the 2024-25 school year in MySchoolBucks beginning on

Monday, August 12.

  • Permits will be available for all students in grades 10-12.
  • Any outstanding invoices and/or lunch balances must be paid in full prior to purchasing a permit.

Parking permits will be distributed the week of September 9 during the school day. Students should park on their honor in the student lot until permits are distributed.

2024 – 2025 Schedule Change

Students who are wishing to request a schedule change must complete this form, no email schedule change requests will be accepted. You must fill out this form for each class you are wanting to change. This form will be available from Tuesday May 28th-Tuesday June 4th at 3pm.

2024-2025 Student Schedule Release

We will meet with students during their advisory on the dates below.

  • 8th grade – May 1st (at middle school)
  • 9th grade – April 30th
  • 10th grade – May 1st
  • 11th grade – May 2nd

Agenda items for the meeting include the timeline and process for student schedules to be released and change requests to be made, permanent elimination of the end of semester two week grading window, and reminder of the importance of all summative assessments being completed before the end of the semester.

***Students must be registered in Skyward for the 2024-2025 school year in order to receive their schedule.  

This process needs to be completed by the primary guardian each year so they can review and update any family/personal information for the upcoming school year as well as sign off on any needed forms. Please login to your Skyward Family Access account and complete all steps under the 2024-25 Annual Registration tab. If you have multiple children, you will need to do this for each child. Click HERE for Registration Instructions.

2023-2024 Yearbooks

HERE you will find information about the 2023-2024 HHS Yearbook.

Course Schedule Change Procedure

Students will receive their schedules for the following year in May.  There are three schedule change request windows each year; the week after seniors graduate and the first 4 days of each semester.

During the schedule change request windows, students may drop any course and add another course in their schedule for one or more of the following reasons:

  • Planning on graduating early (completing all graduation requirements by the end of semester 1)
  • Out of course sequence (ex. Culinary 2 instead of Culinary 1)
  • Drop to a study hall
  • Meet graduation requirement
  • Need to support post-secondary pathway
  • Change a level (ex. AP US History to American Studies)
  • Add On the Job Training (OJT) or Youth Apprenticeship (YA)

Scheduling changes will only be considered if there is availability in the class and it does not create an uneven balance in sections. Students must submit the Schedule Change Request form to process a request as the use of email will not be considered for this purpose.

Schedule change requests to OJT or YA may include student release if made during the spring window.  Student release will not be granted with requests made during the first or second semester windows.  

Schedule change requests during the first four school days of each semester may include switching and/or adding courses with no grade penalty.  

Students have the first 10 school days of each semester to drop a course to a study hall without academic penalty.   Dropping a course after this timeframe will result in a failing (F) grade.  Two or more study halls during a semester is prohibited.


2023-2024 General Scholarships

Deadline for all local scholarships is Thursday, February 29th at 3:00 pm.

On Thursday, January 25th, Student Services met with all seniors to talk through the Hudson High School Local Scholarships.

Just a few reminders 

  • “Turning in” the General Application (one time) will make you eligible for all of the scholarships within the General Application category that you qualify for
  • Separate Application section – Students must fulfill additional requirements as part of the individual scholarships.  Students must “turn in” each individual application for the scholarships they are applying to.
  • Other area scholarships may have different timelines for submission, please be sure to check these scholarships too!
  • Winners will be recognized and invited to attend the Senior Awards Night event on Wednesday, May 1st (more information to come)

As always, if any questions come up, please contact your School Counselor.

Awards and Recognitions Class of 2024

  • The Class of 2024 will receive all awards and recognitions for the 2022 through the 2024 school year in May, this includes their academic pins and medallions based on their GPA.

Academic Pin Awards Class of 2025-2027

  • Academic pins for grades 9-12 are determined after Semester 1 of each year using cumulative G.P.A.  Grade Level Pin awarded for Honors of 3.5 G.P.A. or higher on a 4.0 scale

Senior Academic Awards Class of 2025-2027

  • All senior awards are based on Laude points and not solely G.P.A.  We will no longer award Gold or Silver Medallions based solely on GPA.

Parking Permits

  • Parking permits are required to park in the school parking lot and can be purchased in MySchoolBucks.  Permits are now available to all sophomores, including those that do not yet have a driver’s license.
  • If your child has not yet picked up their permit they should stop by the Main Office and pick it up.

Raider Store

The Hudson High School Online Raider Store is LIVE!

  • Customization options allow you to choose a DESIGN STYLE, COLOR, and even add a Department, Sport, or Activity.
  • Proceeds provide students in the Raider School Store with a hands-on learning experience in merchandising and business operations.
  • Gift cards are available at the HHS Raider Store – Open daily 11:13-1:13 PM during the school year.

Speak Up Speak Out – Reporting Potential School Violence, Self-Harm, or Bullying

The State of Wisconsin’s Office of School Safety provides a 24/7 tip line for reporting potential harm or criminal activities directed at schools, students, and or staff. The Speak Up, Speak Out (SUSO) School Resource Center is set up to respond confidentially and quickly. The tip line is not just for threats to do harm to schools. Tips are also made regarding daily concerns students encounter such as bullying, drug use, self-harm, suicidal thoughts and more. The Hudson School District is part of the SUSO network.

Most tips fall into one of three categories:

  • A classmate is being bullied or bullying someone else.
  • A classmate might hurt themselves.
  • A classmate might hurt others.

We all play a vital role in creating safe schools and communities. Anyone can submit a tip. Tips are received by a trained resource center staff who pass appropriate information on to local law enforcement and schools. We want people who see something to say something. SUSO allows us as a school community to keep each other safe, address concerns about someone’s safety, and help get the support needed to resolve concerns.

We encourage student and families to contact their building administrator or SUSO of any threats to do harm to a school.


  • Click here to register and pay your athletic fees in My School Bucks.

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