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Tulsa, OK

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5666 East 81st Street
Tulsa, OK 74137

(918) 481-1111
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March 09, 2014
Holland hall teachers and administration need to realize that when parents invest in a private school education, they expect a challenging, well rounded and individualized curriculum. Holland Hall offers none of the above. The curriculum is mediocre, the co-curricular programs (esp. music) is below average, and if your child is above grade level they have no placement options available. We had no problems with the social environment. In fact, the parents, students, and staff seemed friendly. But if academics and quality co-curricular programs are your priorities, Holland Hall may not be a good fit.

- submitted by a parent
February 20, 2014
We have been pleasantly surprised with Holland Hall. It has an amazing student to teacher ratio. We have been thrilled with our child's success in the primary school. Yes the tuition is steep but you get what you pay for. As far as comments regarding headmasters I cannot speak to it only that our new headmaster and our assistant headmaster are wonderful and have an open door policy. The parents are very supportive of one another and the kids all get along really well. This is a school that is very involved in giving back to the community and is a school that fosters a nurturing and learning environment.

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2014
Holland Hall is a school for jerks and kids who show no mercy. They don't have religion books, bibles, or classes. They disrespect other sports teams by blowing them out when their team is in the lead. If I were to talk to the local Bishop, I'd ask if they could be taken out of the DMSSA league in every sport. Blowing teams out shows zero sportsmanship. My rating would be a zero, but that isn't an option. One star is all I give. Send your kids to Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School. The teachers at Peter and Paul will teach your kids.

- submitted by a community member
January 13, 2014
Holland Hall has been a great disappointment to our family. A post below boasts about the great modular schedule however, the big negative is that the kids have far too much free time to create cliches and drama. My child has a mere 2 classes on one day which leaves him bored since finishing homework takes only minutes. There are a few excellent teachers but by and large most teachers are mediocre . I have noticed that the kids transferring in from Jenks are a grade level ahead in math That should tell our school something. Luckily this will be our last year there, and my advice to parents considering our school is to look elsewhere first. I could not recommend HH based on our experiences at the school. My children have easily made A's and B's without studying. There are far better choices in Tulsa Booker T and Bishop Kelley to name a few. If you want your child to receive a well rounded education in a friendly environment stay away from HH. On a positive note, the new headmaster seems to be strong and with time can hopefully turn the school around. Sadly, that will take some time.

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2014
Unfortunately, we were very disappointed in Holland Hall. My son always made incredible grades. He also tested in the top 99% on all standardized tests. However, after we left we realized how awful his education was compared to other private schools. Social Studies is ridiculous. They are not even required to turn in homework. Also, too much time making pancakes and other unnecessary activities took up valuable education time. Most children in fifth grade didn't even know their multiplication tables! Please do not waste your money.

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2013
With Holland Hall, it is all about the fit. If you are looking for a school where your child will learn time management and how to work cooperatively in groups, the modular schedule in the upper school will be a great fit. If you your child wants to be on the varsity soccer team while being in the choir and an officer of their favorite club, all while succeeding in academics, Holland Hall will facilitate your child's needs and help them be as involved as they want to. Being at Holland Hall for the past two years, and being completely new to independent schools, I have learned so much about the culture and community that, for my family, we can't see ourselves fitting anywhere else. PS- We are very impressed with the new head of school.

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2013
Holland Hall is a Pre-K through 12 Independent School. The curriculum is challenging at all levels. The small class size allows the teachers to get to know the students and how they learn. My child has a learning difference and Holland Hall teaches students how to be independent and how to be their own advocate. They introduce them to learning strategies and build up their confidence so that they can be successful. The teachers are caring and supportive, we have a continuing dialogue. I would be remiss if I did not add that we have had some struggles and we have had to obtain tutoring for my child, but it has been worth every dime. My child is outgoing, confident and not afraid to tackle any challenge. We are impressed with the depth of the Arts department, along with the Academics and Athletics. I know, without a doubt, my child will be prepared for any College or University of their choice. I have witnessed several students reject Ivy League institutions for State schools, because of their level of preparedness they attend a major University on full scholarship with a stipend. So, YES it is expensive, YES it is challenging, YES students love it and YES we would do it again.

- submitted by a parent
September 30, 2013
Having 2 kids there I have to admit that the quality is going down, especially in High School. Sounds like there is no real leadership, headmasters keeps flying every year, some really bad teachers (i.e the French high school teacher is a pure plain joke and can barely speaks any French at all). The school did not compete in any serious advanced program and graduates very rarely attend Ivy leagues colleges. For the price, there is certainly better in town. It's sad to know that Booker T. had far more goods results.

- submitted by a parent
September 25, 2013
My child attended Holland Hall all through middle school and part of upper school. She begged me to take her out repeatedly in middle school and intermittently through high school because of the drug use and bullying. The teachers and administrators are unprofessional. One teacher called her at home and yelled at her on her cell phone, in my presence. When she was hospitalized they were more interested in having proof than how she was doing. They fail to recognize the wonderful things that she did while she was there and the great accomplishments she made. When she started having a spanish tutor at home, because her lessons in class were inadequate, several teachers and administrators set up an appointment with me to let me know that she should not have a tutor outside the school. These are just a few of the issues there. She was bullied many times, even bitten by another student, and nothing was done. She is now in another school, making excellent grades and very much relaxed and confident. There has been no issues with teachers or bullies. Her new school has a greater percentage of Merit Scholars than Holland Hall this year and the coursework is just as demanding.

- submitted by a parent
September 23, 2013
Sadly Holland Hall has been slipping for years. They seemingly have far more issues than other private schools in the area. With the hefty price tag, one would expect to have top notch teachers but that is definitely not the case. Although there are some exceptional teachers there, the majority seem to be mediocre. There are far better schools in the area. Don't be fooled by their smooth talk like we were....

- submitted by a parent
July 21, 2013
We have been extremely disappointed academically with Holland Hall not to mention their leadership is substandard. We can't keep a headmaster as the board keeps running them off. Holland Hall is known for its bullying and drugs. HH tends to get the kids that were kicked out from other schools. What a waste....it once was a good school.

- submitted by a community member
June 04, 2013
Our two children just completed their first year at HH's primary school...and we could not be happier with our decision to move them over from Monte Cassino. It was not an easy decision but after completing the first year, we have realized that the two schools could not be more different from a methodology standpoint...HH looks at each student as an individual and provides them with the tools necessary to learn at their own pace. Individual accountability is stressed from a young age by allowing children to manage their "have to's" and then based on completion and behavior they are rewarded with "choice time" to spend however they wish. I was initially concerned about losing the religious aspect but HH exposes the children to the "Golden Rule" which is a lifelong lesson that even as grown-ups and parents we need reminding of. In addition, we believe there is more diversity at HH then what others may believe. Children with different ethnic backgrounds from many of the surrounding suburbs are in our children's classes. We believe there is no better investment than in our children and it is worth the sacrifices to send our kids to the best school in Oklahoma!

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2013
Academics, Arts and Athletics all play a huge role in the development of a Holland Hall student. We believe, their focus on critical thinking along with written and oral communication skills will provide the best overall education and leadership training for our children as they prepare of life. Having lived in various cities across the country, nowhere have we made the kind of connections with families like we have within the Holland Hall community. The friendships being fostered will last a lifetime and that only adds to the overall experience at the school.

- submitted by a parent
May 17, 2013
As a Monte Cassino grad unsatisfied with my freshman & sophomore year spent at a highly ranked TPS high school, I sought out transfer to Holland Hall. I won't mince words: Transferring for my junior year was the best decision of my life. I am convinced that it the most progressive education in Oklahoma, and it is a fantastic community to be a part of. The transition was at times rocky, but my grades improved because I was being challenged in every class. I've developed personal friendships with teachers, students, & coaches that have lasted past graduation and I could not be more fortunate for the teacher-student relationship the modular schedule fosters. My year at college in Boston has shown me that my education rivals that of my peers from the most elite prep schools in LA and NYC. HH is a liberal school, but AP tests are largely obsolete and I'm the better for the abstract, thought-provoking material I learned than the memorization and regurgitation common at other area high schools, public & private. Every student will encounter social difficulties--it *is* high school, after all--but send your child to HH if you want them to be a well rounded thinker and world class student.

- submitted by a community member
May 03, 2013
We've been at Holland Hall since our child was in first grade and we have had a wonderful experience. The teachers, staff, and students made her feel welcomed from the start and all the parents jumped right in to help our parent transition as well. It's truly like joining a family. Now after several years of being here and moving to MS our experience hasn't changed. The teachers do a superb job of assisting, guiding, and developing strong academic skills, computer skills, language skills, humanity skills, and so much more. Students take the lead in many areas incorporating public speaking and interpersonal communication development both individually and as a team. I truly enjoy the open communication with the parents and we never feel out of touch and we have built so many lasting bonds with the other families and the staff. I would highly recommend Holland Hall for other families wanting a safe and fun environment where their child will develop strong academic and life skills.

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2013
My three children started at Holland Hall this year--two of them in the high school and one of them in primary. They have had no problems integrating with other students at all, and are very happy. All three children came from an IB curriculum, and Holland Hall had no problem understanding, translating, and giving appropriate credit for the courses in that system. This situation could have proven very difficult for my son entering the school in grade 11, however all of his teachers helped him to make the transition to the American system without relaxing their academic standards. I am so thankful that, despite this enormous change in our lives, my children are thriving academically, socially and emotionally at Holland Hall.

- submitted by a parent
April 21, 2013
Holland Hall is giving my daughter an excellent foundation in education. She has a safe place to explore and grow. We have only had positive experiences with the faculty and staff at the Primary School. They are professionals that always seem passionate about their jobs. The reading and language programs are outstanding. Our daughter attended a Tulsa-area public school last year. Horrid parents can be found everywhere. If you can afford the heafty tuition bill, other parents should not be a reason to keep your children away from the unique learning environment that HH has to offer. If your work schedules prevent you from being able to volunteer at the school just make sure you get time off to attend all the wonderful programs and plays. The students shine with pride in their new abilities. I am sad that, despite being a Christian affiliated school, there is no real religious education. In an attempt to make everyone happy, the students and parents are bombarded with a virtual comparative religion medley at every holiday. It seems the Christmas tree problem mentioned below was solved by removing it.

- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2013
Holland Hall primary school offers a very solid academic program along with exceptional opportunities in art, language and music. The curriculum is well developed at every level and provides many opportunities for a child to excel to meet their full potential. I have been delighted with all of the teachers my two children have had at every grade in the primary school, including pre-school. Having moved to Tulsa from out of state, I was concerned that we would not find a school that would meet our expectations academically. I am happy to say that Holland Hall has exceeded my expectations.

- submitted by a parent
January 18, 2013
Regarding the loss of AP classes... the did away with AP because too many colleges didn't accept the credits even if the students did well on the test. HH now offers concurrent enrollment with TCC - you can take classes down the street at TCC during the school day, and TCC credits are easier to transfer to a college. I'm an alumni of Holland Hall & now a parent of 2 elementary age daughters who atttend. Concepts are introduced using visual, auditory, and tactile methods in the primary school. That's HUGE for my kids, who have dramatically different learning styles. Every single teacher knows your name, and your kids names. The amount of parental involvment is staggering (and wonderful). Tuition is jaw-dropping expensive, but worth every penny. We've made many sacrifices to ensure that our girls will get the same education I recieved. With regards to snobbery, there is going to be some of that at any school. HH isn't immune, but they've made huge efforts to diversify the student body. There's a group of friends for everyone - and wealth doesn't equal popularity anymore. Usually the friendly, polite brainiac holds that distinction, and she/he is friendly with everyone.

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2013
Great school with some problems. Teachers are great but currently the headmaster has very poor interpersonal skills and communication skills. He has the tendancy to be rude and condesending to parents how are footing the tuition. School will improve when he is gone at the end of the school year.

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2013
Three of my children went to HH kindergarten through 12. I am incredibly saddened that all children cannot go to such a school. The education was intense, realistic, comprehensive of all its citizens, and an excellent life experience. It IS intellectually elitist, but that is OK with me. My children have learned to think outside the box.

- submitted by a parent
January 02, 2013
Unfortunately, bullying has become a serious issue at Holland Hall. They don't even recognize the term bullying. They feel it is over used in our society. It is a very liberal school with liberal values. If you hit a student you don't even get expelled. The academics are slipping as well. All AP courses have been removed. At this price you could go to Cascia Hall and receive a much better education.

- submitted by a parent
April 11, 2012
As an alumnus who started Holland Hall in 8th grade my first year was a little bit of a challenge with children who had been there their whole lives. I should have been there and my parents wished they had moved me prior to 8th grade. Academics are excellent. At that time the school motto was "In pursuit of excellence" and I must say that it has stuck with me throughout my life. In everything that I do excellence is the goal. I was very challenged academically since I am someone who has to work hard and things do not come to naturally, but I was taught that hard work pays off. Development of character was present for mind and body and I was challenged on the field as much as in the classroom. Some of my athletic times taught me strong life lessons as well. I am a mother now who lives in Texas in a small town where there is not a clear cut "great school". Replacing and trying to repeat the classical education that I received at Holland Hall from even the college like high school schedule to the expectation of excellence is our current challenge. If only it would be that easy. Let me also clarify that I was a middle class child and really believe this foundation is unprecedented.

- submitted by a community member
April 29, 2011
My child has attended Holland Hall since preschool. However, I feel that if you aren't from Tulsa you simply don't fit in. Everyone is from Tulsa and/or were sorority sisters. Most women have never worked, therefore they spend most of their time gossiping or backstabbing. We are impressed with the academics, but disappointed in the lack of parenting and pretentiousness that surrounds Holland Hall. Therefore, we are seeking a more appropriate environment for our child.

- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2010
Our daughter starts Holland Hall two years ago. At first I was not so fond of the school but I quickly noticed changes int the way my daughter works. That school is really the best in town, academics and life skills are well balanced and kids are so happy and fortunate to be there. I am sure she will stay there up to the end.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 14, 2009
Holland Hall is a good school but far from being among the best in the country! They have limited advanced placement classes and no IB program. For the child who is motivated and independent, this is the right place. However, HH fails tremendously when it comes to children with ADD/ADHD or children needing structure. That is not to say that these kids couldn't be successful somewhere else. The system here doesn't allow it and the staff won't make serious changes to address it.

- submitted by a parent
November 11, 2008
Holland Hall is undeniably the greatest school in the region -- and among the best in the nation. Striving for excellence in Academics, the Arts, and Athletics, Holland Hall successfully creates an environment that invites students who excel in any of these three categories. The schedule is a huge plus, as it allows much needed time for accomplishing homework, and receiving help from teachers. Teachers and students interact loosely with each other making great relationships. There is a huge workload, and stress is not uncommon, but the college prep received is incredible. It is not the right school for everyone, but for the right students, Holland Hall is an incredible place.

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2008
Our kids have been at HH for the last 11 years starting with preschool and each year I am amazed at what they're learning. They are always challenged and prepared. We could not be happier with their education and overall development.

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September 13, 2008
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- submitted by a student
October 01, 2007
Holland Hall gave me a glimpse into a world that I only hope my kids can experience and I have higher standards because of my time there. Students' friendships and relationships traverse socioeconomic classes. The teachers truly do want students to learn. Parents owe it to themselves to look into Holland Hall for their families.

- submitted by a former student
no rating June 28, 2007
My son begged us to send him to Holland Hall for High school. We did and it was the most painful year of his school life. Even though we have above average income, he was teased, called names, and excluded because according to the other students, 'he was not a real Holland Hall student'. The indifference and the faculty made it even harder. At parent teacher conferences, one teacher did not even know which language he was taking from her. Sport participation was a nightmare. Although I have been active at other schools as a volunteer, and attended any parents program I was aware of, We were not included ever as a family. High school is too late to enroll your child at Holland Hall.

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June 23, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2007
Ten years ago (on a whim, I confess), my husband and I visited a Holland Hall Campus Open House. The experiences of that day absolutely astounded us, and by the end of the tour, we were shocked to realize that we had found the place our children would spend their childhood. We have never looked back. Since then, our children have completed a total of 24 collective tuition years at Holland Hall. In every event, Holland Hall has exceeded our expectations for academics, athletics, extra curricular activities, social enrichment, spiritual direction, community service... and fun! Certainly, Holland Hall is not perfect. We really like that every concern we have ever had has been addressed openly and directly, and resolved completely. We gladly make the sacrifices that allow our children to receive this world-class education in such an enriching and joyful environment. Holland Hall has taught our kids to 'love learning.'

- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2007
My parents struggled to put us through Holland Hall on two near minimum wage incomes. Since I did not come from the same privileged background as my classmates, socioeconomic divisions were very apparent to me. These are the same divisions that exist in every high school in America. The difference is that at Holland Hall, I was ALWAYS treated well, encouraged to learn, and respected by my teachers and classmates. I probably do not even need to speak of the quality of the education. The success of the school's alumni speaks for itself. My classmates are now bankers, lawyers, physicians, engineers, and community leaders. If I still lived in Oklahoma, I would send my children to Holland Hall without any hesitation. I am so blessed and grateful to be where I am today, a result of the sacrifices my parents made and the opportunities that arose out of my HH education.

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January 30, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
July 13, 2006
My daughter is an alumna of Holland Hall School. After graduating, she earned her BA and her MA from Ivy League universities. I attribute her college success to the superb education she received at Holland Hall, a top-notch school in every way. We had to make some sacrifices--the tuition is not inexpensive--but the extraordinary Holland Hall experience was worth every sacrifice.

- submitted by a parent
June 21, 2006
Let me start by saying that Holland Hall is an excellent learning institute, and I could not choose a better school for my daughter. My daughter has attended Holland Hall for three years and she has excelled in all academic areas. She is well rounded and happy at Holland Hall. Parental involvement is the highest I have seen. The extracurricular activities and fine art programs are extraordinary. I am a public school teacher and could not imagine my daughter at any public school. Holland Hall is worth the investment. If you want excellent teachers, a wonderful social environment, and the top of the line education for your child, send him or her to Holland Hall.

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2006
First off let me say that you will make a huge mistake sending your kids to Holland Hall. Holland Hall is a great academic school, but when your there you dont feel like a community like at other schools such as Cascia or Monte Cassino. It is a Christain school, but they do not let you say Jesus at that school! In the primary school, you have a christmas tree that you hang an ornament on every year, but they dont call it a christmas tree, no, they call it a 'holiday tree'. So if you want your kids to have an education then go to HH, but if you want them to get a life experiense out of school, then dont go to HH!

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June 14, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
December 28, 2005
I'm so stunned to have found a negative review of Holland Hall that I cannot help but post a response. It's an awful truth that no matter how included or appreciated some kids are, they may still feel alienated or disliked at some point or another. The good news is that we get to grow up. I too spent several (awkward) years at HH, but I'm somehow just not able to blame the school for inflicting these obviously natural growing pains upon me. Instead, I recall growing up and learning to be comfortable with myself alongside a group of people I still love and miss today. The education I received at HH really goes without mentioning, and the point here is that HH is a wonderful place to be a kid. I'm actually quite sure it'd be a great place to be an adult. Thanks, Rebecca Groom-Mangrum

- submitted by a former student
no rating December 07, 2005
I attend Holland Hall as a freshman, and let me begin by saying how blessed I am to go there. It is so wonderful to be so connected with the schools and the teachers. They give you much more freedom, and you never have to worry about what other kids are saying about you because everyone is very open and honest. The academic programs are amazing. It offers all ranges from Speech and Debate, to Politics, to Sciences, all ranges of studies most kids don't get the oppurtunity to discover. The music and art programs are very broad ranging form theatre, ceramics, photography, drawing, etc... Holland Hall gives us many oppurtunities to pursue what we wish to pursue. The parental involvment in Holland Hall is very great. They are always requesting to talk with parents to keep them up to date on their childs acadmeic achievments, along with conferences, letters, etc...

- submitted by a student
June 29, 2005
I recently graduated from Holland Hall. While I agree that the tuition is a high price to pay and the school is a bit exclusive, I believe that Holland Hall is worth every single penny. The quality of the academics, the facilities, and the preparation given to students for college and adulthood is far and above the best in Oklahoma and arguably the best in the region. The results I had as a student at Holland Hal and within the private, college-prep environment were leaps and bounds better than anything I could have attained in any of the Tulsa area public schools; the smaller class size is, in my opinion, a much more conducive way for any child to learn as compared to a larger public school, where the student becomes more of a number and a statistic than that of a unique and individual person

- submitted by a former student
June 11, 2005
Our two children (c/o 2005, 2007) have attended Holland Hall, both starting in the 9th grade. HH is expensive and subsequently our family has made lifestyle adjustments accordingly, however we're convinced a HH education is the finest investment and gift we've yet provided our children. HH provides the finest resources (academic, arts, physical plant, extracurricular) you could possibly imagine from a secondary-school. Students who choose to take advantage of these prep-school resources achieve a significant edge in time-management, study and social skills needed to excel at the most selective college and as future leaders. The most significant items which differentiates HH from peer schools are dedication of teachers, breath of curricula and focus on the college preparation/application process. The list of college acceptances and scholarship awards is a testament of HH's commitment. In summary, expensive-yes. but arguably the biggest bang for your buck-yes, solid preparation and foundation for the future-PRICELESS!

- submitted by a parent
February 10, 2005
We have three very young children at Holland Hall and have been very pleased and impressed with the care and attention they have received. The school has been very responsive to every single concern or complaint we have had, and we are parents who expect the utmost from expensive private education. The school staff has been very good about supplying additional material, attention, and stimulation for our gifted & talented children, and also has been helpful when the kids presented with social or emotional challenges from time to time. To date, we have first-hand experience only with the kindergarten and preschool, but we have been well-pleased with our Holland Hall time.

- submitted by a parent
February 02, 2005
I attended Holland Hall for several years. While I find that is a great school academically, the school can easily hurt people emotionally. The people at Holland Hall, both student and faculty will classify you socially, morally, and emotionally. Thus, creating a very difficult environment. The school is college prep. in the sense that you will learn academically. However, the school is, by no means Life Preperatory. Being an adult now, in the real world, I have looked back at my career at Holland Hall. I am disappointed to say that Holland Hall damaged me emotionally, and has forever a bad name in my book. Unless you would like your child to be classified and humiliated, I would not recommend sending them to Holland Hall. There are many public schools in Tulsa that are equally challanging academically, and much more socially, and emotionally supportive. Thank You.

- submitted by a former student
November 25, 2004
Holland Hall is a fantastic school. The curriculum is very challenging and the stress level high but students are motavaited by their desires to learn rather than any outside infulences. Holland Hall is mostly upper class, your child will make friends with the future CEO's, presidents, and owners of Americas largest companies. The families and students are very down to earth and substantial financial aid is available. At HH I built a network that lasted beyond graduation. The staff and students are like a second family, at Holland Hall I was able to make friends that will last a life time.

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Holland Hall
5666 East 81st Street, Tulsa, OK  74137
(918) 481-1111
Last modified Holland Hall is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Holland Hall Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 50 reviews. Top