A Holland Hall tradition for more than 25 years, sixth grade students take their exploration into the world of density and buoyancy to another level when they launch their nine foot hot air balloons during an early morning balloon festival for students and Holland Hall families. Each team spends several weeks designing and building these [...]
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Holland Hall senior Sarah Keglovits has earned the prestigious title of Presidential Scholar from the U.S. Department of Education. Sarah was one of only two U.S. Presidential Scholars from Oklahoma this year, among 141 winners across the country. The national recognition is awarded to high school seniors based on their academic success, artistic excellence, essays, [...]
Holland Hall observed World Malaria Day on April 25 by hosting guests Dr. Peter McElroy from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Holland Hall alumni Christopher Gates ’05, founder of the Janada Batchelor Foundation for Children. Children from Tanzania who have benefited from the foundation accompanied Gates to share their perspective with Holland [...]
Holland Hall welcomed members of the 2013 Board of Visitors group on Friday, April 19. The Board of Visitors is an advisory board of 38 distinguished alumni and community leaders throughout the country who support the school’s mission with their diverse perspectives, experiences and networks. The group is charged with engaging in macro-level discussions to [...]
On Wednesday, April 17, 2013, seventeen Upper School students were inducted into the Cum Laude Society, a national academic honorary based on the college model of Phi Beta Kappa. This is the school’s 45th anniversary of membership in the society, which began in 1906. More than 600 students have been recognized with this honor since [...]
Holland Hall will feature award winning children’s author Candace Fleming for the 2013 Sue T. Lawson Visiting Illustrator/Author Program on Friday, April 5 at the Holland Hall Primary School.
Candace Fleming awarded herself the Newbery Medal in fifth grade after scraping the gold sticker off the class copy of The Witch of Blackbird Pond and pasting [...]
A group of eighth graders recently returned from two weeks of being immersed in French culture. The annual French Exchange Program takes place with students from Sainte-Famille located in Tulsa’s sister city, Amiens, France. Selected 8th grade Holland Hall students spend two weeks living with French host families and attend school with their host siblings [...]
Fifth graders recently learned first hand about one of the most significant and necessary challenges that face many African families, access to clean water.
Each homeroom read the book “Long Walk to Water” by Linda Sue Park.
In the book, a young girl named Nya must walk to provide water for her family with a young man named [...]
Holland Hall fifth graders showed off their Wacky Wonder Works projects during the Holland Hall competition on Wednesday, February 27. Local winners will advance to the Tulsa Engineering Challenge at Tulsa Technology Center on Friday, March 8. The engineering challenge showcases various projects from ping pong ball launchers to rubber band powered cars.
Congratulations! The following [...]
Holland Hall thespians will present “Alfonso, King of Castle” by Matthew Lewis on February 28, March 1-2, at 7 p.m. in the Newman Theatre, Walter Arts Center. Tickets are $7, available at the door. Set in 1345, the Lewis script tells the story of Alfonso the King’s reign in Spain. Through intrigue, jealousy, infidelity, murder [...]