Tulsa’s only PreK-Grade 12 independent Episcopal school celebrates its 100-year anniversary in 2021-22.
Exploring a school where Fine Arts matter
Every Holland Hall student participates in the fine arts program. Art is an integral part of the Primary School curriculum with dedicated art and music teachers.
In the Middle and Upper schools, robust course offerings include ceramics, drawing, painting, photography, dance, music, theater, and more. The arts faculty is composed of master practitioners of these disciplines, working artists who teach from rich personal experience.
Holland Hall commits to a wide range of arts offerings providing opportunities for students to explore and develop their creative talents.
Pauline McFarlin Walter Arts Center
Holland Hall’s fine arts facility features a 1,200-seat main theater and a studio theatre, in addition to a dark room, dance studio and many music rooms. The Holliman Gallery features rotating artists and shows are open to the public.
Performance opportunities take center stage in this program. Whether it be belting out a song in a musical, playing a viola as a part of an ensemble, or waltzing across the stage at a dance concert, Holland Hall students of all ages have the opportunity to perform. More on the performing arts page
Music is offered at every grade level at Holland Hall. From learning to play recorders in the Primary School to the Upper School orchestra, students are presented with ongoing opportunities to grow and develop as musicians. More on the music page
Our students become makers — as well as strong, deep thinkers — when they load a brush with paint or throw pottery on a wheel. Artistic risk-taking fosters confidence and poise that pays dividends in our classrooms and throughout life. More on the visual arts page