The Holland Hall School Profile
Holland Hall is an independent, coeducational, Episcopal day school that provides a challenging, comprehensive educational experience grounded in a rigorous liberal arts, college preparatory curriculum that promotes critical thinking and life-long learning. The 360 students attending ninth through twelfth grade abide by an honor code. Holland Hall’s 38 Upper School faculty members have an average 22 years teaching experience and 61% hold advanced degrees, including 3 who hold a PhD. Historically, 100% of Holland Hall graduates attend post high school-graduate educational opportunities.
Holland Hall is recognized by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education for superior college preparation.
Accreditation and Membership
Holland Hall is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest, is recognized by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, National Association for College Admission Counseling, Great Plains Association for College Admission Counseling, Association of College Counselors in Independent Schools, College Board, Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools, National Association of Episcopal Schools and since 1968, Cum Laude Society.
English: 4 credits
Foreign Language: 3 credits
Mathematics: 3 credits
Science: 3 credits
Social Studies: 3 credits
Religious Studies: 0.5 credits
Fine Arts: 1 credit
Athletics: 3.5 credits
(Minimum 21 credits required for graduation.)
ADDITIONAL NON-DEPARTMENTAL REQUIREMENTS INCLUDE:
• Wellness: (9th, 12th grades) One semester class dealing with social and emotional health
• College Seminar: One semester class addressing college selection and application process
• 40 hour senior internship or shadowing experience
A+ = 97-100, A = 93-96, A- = 90-92
B+ = 87-89, B = 83-86, B- = 80-82
C+ = 77-79, C = 73-76, C- = 70-72
D+ = 67-69, D = 63-66, D- = 60-62
F = Below 60
• Honors and Advanced Placement courses are weighted with an additional value of .334.
• A student’s grade point average only reflects grades earned at Holland Hall.
• Holland Hall does not rank due to selective admission requirements.
Holland Hall offers 6 AP courses: Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Chemistry, Computer Science, and Human Geography. All students enrolled in an AP course are required to take the AP exam, however, students are encouraged to sit for an AP exam if they feel they are proficient in any subject offered.
IN 2020, HOLLAND HALL ADMINISTERED 111 AP EXAMS TO 76 STUDENTS.
• AP Scholars: 14 (average score: 3.77)
• AP Scholars with Honor: 6 (average score: 4.17)
• AP Scholars with Distinction: 3 (score: 4.13)
Notes of Interest
The following courses taken by Holland Hall Middle School students follow the same curriculum as equivalent courses in the Upper School: Spanish I, II, French I, II, Algebra I. These courses are given high school credit and apply toward Holland Hall’s Upper School graduation requirements.
Holland Hall’s modular schedule encourages student responsibility for scheduling approximately 40% of his/her own school time. Holland Hall students enter college with considerable experience in time management and organization. Holland Hall offers, but does not require, special preparation for students taking the PSAT, SAT, and ACT.
Given a selective admission policy, students graduating from Holland Hall would probably rank in the upper half of a general school population; the upper half of Holland Hall’s students would probably rank within the top 10% of the general school population.
Non-Discrimination Statement. Holland Hall, in compliance with all applicable Federal and State laws and regulations, does not discriminate against qualified individuals on the basis of race, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, or physical handicap in any of its policies, practices, or procedures. This includes but is not limited to admission, financial aid, and educational services.