Robotics team qualifies for World Finals
For the third time in the last four years, Team 74, the joint Holland High School and Black River Public School robotics team also known as Team C.H.A.O.S. (Creativity, Hustle, Achievement, Opportunity, Success), has qualified to compete . . .
Paul Chapman resigns as HHS boys basketball coach
After a decade of coaching the Holland High School Boys Basketball teams, Paul Chapman has stepped down as head Varsity coach. Chapman led the Dutch to two OK Green Conference championships and several tournament . . .
Robotics team qualifies for State
After finishing 10th place at the FIRST West Michigan District Competition at Grand Valley State University in Alledale on March 25, Team 74, the joint Holland High School and Black River Public School robotics team also known as Team . . .
Law enforcement student to receive Trevor P. Slot Scholarship
On the last full day before Spring Break, Holland High senior Jose Marin was in for a big surprise. On March 30, Walker Police Officer Shannon VanderHuevel surprised Marin in front of his peers to tell him that he had been . . .
Foods for Life II students take part in 2nd annual soup event (includes short video)
Holland High School students of Andrew Campbell's Foods for Life II classes had the opportunity to put their cooking skills to good use while helping the My House Ministry organization with their second annual "Ladles of . . .
Holland High junior receives B&G Club's highest honor
Congratulations to Holland High junior Immanuel Garza on being named the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holland's 2017 Youth of the Year! Garza was selected as the club's Youth of the Year during a celebration ceremony at the . . .
Holland firefighters visit Holland High (includes short video)
Holland High School students of Andrew Campbell's Family & Consumer Science class recently had the oppurtunity to learn about fire prevention. On Nov. 18, members of the Holland Department of Public Safety - Fire Services . . .
Tennis Complex renamed after longtime tennis coach (includes short video)
Holland Public Schools recently honored longtime teacher, tennis coach and athletic director Dwayne "Tiger" Teusink by renaming the tennis complex at Holland High School as "Tiger Teusink Tennis Courts", Sept. . . .
To hear Katie Pennington tell it, her ears pricked up and her eyes danced when, at a meeting of West Michigan principals in January, Holland High School Principal Deb Feenstra announced her intention to retire from public education. . . .