Summer Programs

It’s time for Summer Programs at Holland Hall!

With more than 150 one-week classes and camps designed for both fun and education, Holland Hall has a program for everyone of every age this summer. Programs are structured as eight, one-week sessions that include academic, athletic, artistic, and “just for fun” activities. Choose between morning and afternoon sessions or sign up for both and stay all day! Participants in Holland Hall summer programs will be able to experience educational and enrichment opportunities in an atmosphere dedicated to fostering mental, physical, and creative growth. Classes are available for 3-year-old through adults and are open to the Tulsa community.

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For more information, please contact Debbie Almohandis at (918) 879-4716 or email dalmohandis@hollandhall.org.

Cancelled Courses

Sigmund Freud Goes to the Movies (June 26 – 30) – 7288-01
BATIK Art Fabric Fun & More (June 26 – 30) – 7263-01
Self Defense for Women (June 26 – 30) – 7244-03
Learn the Art of Fly Fishing (July 10-14) – 7412-01

Corrections/Additional Information

Welcome to Middle School (July 10-14) – 7259-01
Room Change: Upper School Room #118

Welcome to Sixth Grade (July 24-28) – 7229-01 and 7229-02
Room Change: Primary School Library

Full/Closed Courses

Claymakers Wheel (June26-30) – 7272-02
Kid’s Cooking
(June 19-23) – 7216-01
Jump Into Reading & Writing (June 26 – 30) – 7274-01

New Courses

Learn to Fish with a Rod and Reel – 7421-02
Date: July 17 – 21
Time: 12:30 – 3:30pm
Grade Level: PreK – 6
Class Description: Would you like to learn how to fish just like mom & dad or grandpa & grandma? How about going fishing? You will learn how to catch those big bass, sneaky catfish or beautiful sun perch. For the brave students, you will also learn how to put a live worm & minnow on your hook. This class will teach you how to cast a fishing rod & be safe doing it. Each student will receive their own rod, reel & fishing tackle to keep. The last day of class the parents will be invited to watch their kids fish the ponds at Bass Pro & enjoy a good old fish fry of freshly caught fish (hot dogs for those that don’t like fish). I will also share with you my story & video of how I caught an alligator with my fishing rod. Students should bring a hat & pair of sunglasses to class.