HWIS is proud to have had two students compete in the Morris Literation Nation Spelling Bee held at Morristown Inn on Saturday, March 7. This the first time that HWIS entered this contest and we were well represented with Cameron Williams, Grade 5 and Mary Zhang, Grade 5 as two of 8 participants in the final local round. HWIS was the only school with two representatives. Many of the other students were in local middle schools in the surrounding area. The winner goes onto compete at the Scripps National Spelling Bee held in late May in Maryland. It was a terrific experience and we are very proud of Cameron and Mary and thank everyone including our administrators and teachers that made this event possible, and other students and parents who came out to support our spellers!
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HudsonWay Immersion School announced today it is launching a new Middle School track designed to provide motivated incoming 6th grade students with limited prior exposure to Mandarin or Spanish the opportunity to develop biliteracy by 8th grade. Called the “Accelerated Learning Track,” the new program will also maximize learning in all content areas through tailored and flexible small groups.
HudsonWay Immersion School was recently recognized as the Mid-Size Business of the Year by Bernards Township Regional Chamber of Commerce... Read More
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We celebrated Thanksgiving all week, with stories, games, arts and crafts. Our students developed social-emotional skills such as gratitude and fostering healthy relationships through activities and thankful letters.
Our School At A Glance
- 15Years since HWIS opened its doors as NY/NJ’s first Mandarin and Spanish independent immersion school
- 200+Combined number of day school students enrolled in our NYC and Stirling, NJ campuses
- 40+Faculty and staff
- 97Percentage of students enrolled in our program for 4+ years testing as gifted
- 6:1Average student-to-teacher ratio
- 80Percentage of students who do not speak the target language (Mandarin or Spanish) at home