Principal Mike Miller
I am very excited to be your principal at Hudson High School! Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
I grew up just down the road in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio and went to Cuyahoga Falls High School. From there, I went to Mount Union College and majored in Physical Education and minored in Education. I also played both Football and Baseball while in college. I taught Physical Education at Cuyahoga Falls High School from 2004-2011 and was a Unit Principal there from 2011-2013. I then was the Principal at Bolich Middle School in Cuyahoga Falls for the 2013-2014 school year. I was able to come to the Hudson City School District in the 2014-2015 school year. I was the Middle School Assistant Principal and spent two great years there before coming to Hudson High School for the 2017-2018 school year. I look forward to serving the Hudson City School district for years to come.
Michael J. Miller
Welcome to Hudson High School
Hudson is a suburb located 15 miles north of Akron and 20 miles southeast of Cleveland. The Hudson City School District comprises the city of Hudson and small parts of Boston Heights Village, Boston Township and Cuyahoga Falls. Approximately 4,644 students attend the six Hudson schools. This highly competitive institution is a four-year comprehensive high school that offers a challenging college preparatory program. The school has an enrollment of 1,520 students in grades 9 through 12. Hudson High School consistently ranks in the Top 10 public high schools in Ohio and ranked tops in Summit County according to US News & World Report; the district is known well for its academic achievements with 20 students posting perfect “36” Composite Scores on the ACT in the past 4 years. For the past five years, HHS has had an average of 24 National Merit Scholars. The high school offers 26 Advanced Placement courses with a 78% passage rate on over 1400 Advanced Placement tests. 167 Hudson High School seniors were inducted into membership in the National Honor Society and 193 Hudson High School graduates in the class of 2021 earned the State of Ohio Honors Diploma while 245 seniors graduated with designated honors: 86 earned Cum Laude honors (3.67-3.99); 87 earned Magna Cum Laude honors (4.00-4.32); 72 earned Summa Cum Laude honors (4.33 and above.) Hudson is well-known in Northeast Ohio and beyond for its visual and performing arts programs and for its success in interscholastic scholastics.