Two of Hoboken’s most notable private schools are joining forces and will soon provide the only independent Pre-K through High School educational system in Hudson County.
Hoboken’s Mustard Seed School at 422 Willow Avenue is officially in the process of
merging with The Hudson School, a nearby facility at 601 Park Avenue. The two institutions have signed an agreement to merge beginning in the 2024-2025 academic year.
The merged schools will be known as The Hudson School, with the two campuses being located only three blocks apart. The merger will allow the Mustard Seed School campus to house the Lower and Middle School divisions, while the Park Avenue space will become a dedicated High School.
“The two schools share very similar histories and educational philosophies, as well as a strong sense of community,” states Scott Rostan, Board Chair of Mustard Seed School.
“Partnering with The Hudson School ensures the continuation of Mustard Seed’s history,
educational philosophy, and spirit.”
Both schools have operated in Hoboken since the late 1970s and will continue to offer their current services independently for the remainder of the 2023-2024 school year before the merger is finalized.