LETTER FROM CAMPAIGN CO-CHAIR
Whether you are an alumnus, parent, grandparent, teacher, or simply a member of the greater Tulsa community, Holland Hall has likely had a positive influence on your life or someone you care about.
This campaign is about celebrating our collective influence on the lives of young people and making Holland Hall an even stronger institution as we approach our 100th anniversary.
Holland Hall instills its students with a desire for lifelong learning. Our faculty challenges students to be independent thinkers and to pursue their passions academically, in the arts, and on the athletic fields. Holland Hall also strives to foster excellent communication skills and a moral compass respectful of others and all beliefs. I can think of no better focus as our students prepare for the challenges that await in college and beyond.
As someone who cares deeply about Tulsa and our future, I know firsthand through my own children and through our deep network of alumni what a positive influence Holland Hall graduates can have. Leadership across all sectors is growing increasingly important. Holland Hall equips students for these leadership challenges.
Our graduates have shared how valuable their Holland Hall years have been to their own development. In a recent alumni survey, Holland Hall’s academic program was rated 4.7 on a scale of 1 to 5, the caliber of its faculty 4.6 and the atmosphere at Holland Hall 4.4. These results were across all alumni classes and created new high marks for independent schools. This does not just happen by accident. It takes a dedicated, passionate faculty with the necessary tools and facilities at their disposal to work in a focused manner toward the school’s mission.
Please join me and give generously to our Campaign to enable future generations to have the same educational opportunities as those who have come before them.
Roger B. Collins
“This campaign is about celebrating our collective influence on the lives of young people and on making Holland Hall an even stronger institution as we approach our 100th anniversary.”
~ Roger Collins,