Affording Holland Hall

Partners in your child’s future.

For most families, investing in their child’s education requires careful financial planning. For Holland Hall, we believe in our students so much that we invest in them – more than $3 million in tuition assistance each year – along with a bedrock education and unparalleled college-preparatory and life skills. Together, we provide a transformative experience that ensures your child has all they need to succeed, first at Holland Hall then in college, the workplace, and the world beyond.

As an independent school, Holland Hall does not receive funding from local or state government. To offset educational expenses, we charge tuition for each student. However, tuition alone does not cover the cost of educating each child. The school’s Endowment and yearly gifts to the Annual Fund from alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, and friends underwrite more than 15% of the school’s operating budget.

Tuition for the 2019-2020 School Year

Early PreK and PreK (3 days)$7,400$30$7,430
Early PreK and PreK (5 days)$10,450$30$10,480
Jr. Kindergarten$12,800$40$12,840
1st – 3rd Grade$16,450$50$16,500
4th – 5th Grade$18,450$100$18,550
6th – 8th Grade$19,300$175$19,475
9th – 12th Grade$20,800$100$20,900

* Student Activity Fee / Technology Fee

A Student Activity Fee is charged to students in all Branches to replace program-related expenses and to alleviate the necessity for fundraising for normal school activities other than community service and Board-approved fundraising projects. The fee is non-refundable. Student activity fees are due by July 1, 2019.

PreKindergarten: $30
Junior Kindergarten & Kindergarten: $40
1st-3rd Grade: $50
4th–5th Grade: $50 / $50, Total $100
6th-8th Grade: $75 / $100, Total $175
9th-12th Grade: $100

Tuition Assistance

The financial investment each family makes to underwrite Holland Hall’s educational program is significant and we are committed to making the experience as affordable as possible for all families through our Tuition Assistance Program. Each year Holland Hall allocates more than $2 million of the annual operating budget to tuition assistance, which helps many families bridge the gap between what they can contribute and the price of tuition.

It is often difficult to predict whether a family will qualify for tuition assistance. There are numerous factors that determine eligibility. If, after reviewing the costs of attending Holland Hall, your family feels that paying full tuition is prohibitive, we recommend you apply for tuition assistance.

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Estimated Additional Expenses

Additional expenses including the cost of textbooks, lunch, uniforms, Extended Day options, and bus transportation are not included in the tuition. These expenses will vary from family-to-family.

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We really
weighed the cost.

“We’re a middle-class family. We live by a budget. And we take care of our money so we can take care of our child.

But as our daughter grew older and wiser, taking care of her meant giving her challenging classes and an ambitious curriculum, an engaged learning community,
exceptional extracurricular opportunities.

Holland Hall was worth it —
as the one school in Tulsa offering all she needs for
she’s becoming.”

– Benny, Upper School parent


What Makes Holland Hall Unique?

Take a look at our viewbook to learn how the possibilities of AND and the assurance of ALL uniquely prepare your child for college, the workplace, and the world beyond.

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