Our Campus & Facilities
Holland Hall’s campus is uniquely appropriate for students in PreSchool through Grade Twelve. The Primary, Middle, and Upper Schools have their own libraries and spaces for physical education and the arts. Younger students have playground areas specifically for each grade level, and all buildings have been constructed with children and young people in mind.
Located on a 162-acre campus in a wooded area of south Tulsa, Holland Hall’s facility includes seven science labs, four computer labs, three libraries containing some 60,000 volumes, and the 70,000-square-foot Walter Arts Center designed for use by students and numerous arts organizations. The Arts Center, which supports programs in music, visual arts and dance, includes an outdoor sculpture garden. A pond, located between the Primary and Middle School buildings, is often used as a site for study by students, as are the bluebird trails and other outdoor classroom areas throughout the campus. All Saints Chapel, which serves all Holland Hall students, rests between the Upper School and the Walter Arts Center.
An eight-lane, all-weather track circles the football field, and two cross-country trails loop through the woods. A dozen tennis courts and fields for baseball, softball, field hockey, and soccer are also located in attractive areas, as are gymnasiums for all three divisions, Primary, Middle and Upper.