The members of this student-elected organization are charged with sponsoring activities and projects that may include dances, parties, and community service activities. Election of officers takes place in April for the following school year.
The Student-Faculty Honor Council, composed of elected students and an equal number of elected faculty, meet with students who have violated major school rules. The Honor Council is given the responsibility of recommending appropriate consequences to the dean, subject to the approval of the Head of the Upper School.
The Hallway is the student newspaper published regularly in the Upper School. Any student may participate in the publication of the paper. Opportunities available include writing, photography, editing, layout, and advertising.
The Windmill is a yearly publication offering the Holland Hall community the creative efforts of all students from grades Pre K-12. The Windmill features fiction, non-fiction, poetry, artwork, and photography.
The Cum Laude Society is a national honor society for students of high school age that is patterned after the Phi Beta Kappa Society at the university level. Holland Hall’s annual induction ceremony is held each spring. Up to 20% of the junior and senior classes are eligible for membership based on their academic performance and citizenship.
The Community Service Program in the Upper School is an extension of the school’s mission to foster in every student a deep sense of social responsibility. The program seeks to create in every student a life-long commitment to service in the school, the local community, and the world at large. The program is overseen by a service learning board that is charged with establishing and maintaining contacts within the Tulsa community, publicizing and promoting service opportunities, and encouraging student involvement through advisor groups, clubs, classes, and school-wide projects.
Each spring, the senior class leaves the traditional classroom to experience life in the workplace outside of school. Under the supervision of faculty intern advisors, the student interns work for 50-70 hours in a workplace of their choice, record their experiences in journals and write an essay at the completion of their internship. Satisfactory completion of the internship is a requirement for graduation.
Freshman Orientation takes place in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge near Lawton, OK in late September and October. Under the supervision of faculty and upper class leaders, the freshman camp out in the refuge for two nights. Students are divided into patrols that remain together, cooking, hiking, exploring, and rock climbing. The purpose of Freshman Orientation is to provide the 9th grade class with a significant bonding experience early in the school year. For more information click here.
Clubs are formed each year so that students have the opportunity to engage in activities that are of special interest to them. Clubs meet during unscheduled time, before or after school or on the weekend. Each club has at least one faculty sponsor. Following is a list of clubs for the 2012-13 school year:
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Multi-Cultural Awareness Club
Dutch for Christ
Slam Poetry Club
Ping Pong Club