8181 S. Yale Ave.
Founded in 1922, Holland Hall strives to offer a challenging and supportive environment for each student. It is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest; recognized by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education; a member of the National Association of Independent Schools, National Association of Episcopal Schools, National Association for College Admission Counseling, The College Board, and since 1968 a member of Cum Laude.
Holland Hall has been recognized by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education for superior college preparation.
Holland Hall is one of only three Oklahoma educational institutions to belong to the Center for Academic Integrity.
Primary School (PreS-3): 318 students
Middle School (4-8): 314 students
Upper School (9-12): 321 students
Student-faculty ratio: 9:1
$58 million endowment
Modern, extensive plant valued at over $60 million
All Saints’ chapel and two chaplains
3 libraries totaling more than 70,000 items, extensive Internet capabilities and periodical collections
9 science labs, 6 computer labs
1 state-of-the-art language lab
More than 500 networked computers for student/faculty/administrator use
6 art and 6 music studios, photography lab, dance studio
3 gymnasiums, weight room, 5 developmental play areas,outdoor sports complex including an all-weather track, 8 other playing fields, 12 tennis courts
Pauline McFarlin Walter Arts Center with a 1,200 seat main theatre and a studio theatre
Science, Mathematics and Technology Center
162-acre campus in wooded area of south Tulsa
English 4 credits
Foreign Language 3 credits
Mathematics 3 credits
Science 3 credits
Social Studies 3 credits
Religious Studies .5 credit
Fine Arts 1 credit
Athletics 3.5 credits
Additional non-departmental requirements include:
Ninth Grade Wellness
Junior Seminar, Senior Seminar
A 60 hour senior internship/shadowing experience.
A minimum of 21 credits is necessary for graduation.
Holland Hall’s marking system is as follows: A (90-100); B (80-89); C (70-79); D (60-69); F (0-59).
Holland Hall’s grade point average is computed on a 4-point scale with Honors and Advanced Placement courses slightly weighted by receiving an additional value of .34. In calculating grade point averages, all courses are included except physical education, athletics, community service, junior seminar, wellness and driver education. The average reflects only courses taken at Holland Hall.
Holland Hall grades appear to be a fairly reliable predictor of college grades. A recent comparison of first-year college grades of Holland Hall graduates with their high school GPA reveals a statistically insignificant difference of 0.12 on a 4-point scale.
Notes of Interest
The following courses taken by Holland Hall Middle School students follow the same curriculum as equivalent courses in the Upper School: Latin I, II, 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.
2011-2012 Upper School Distinctions
8 National Merit Semi Finalists
1 National Merit Commended
1 National Hispanic Achievement Scholar
2 participating in School Year Abroad in Spain
1 attending City Term in New York City
89% of students in the Upper School are participating in for at least one competitive team
5 have signed a national letter of intent to play college athletics at a Division I school
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.