Grads at commencement
Band Marches in tulip parade
actors pose on stage
girls celebrate basketball win

Holland High News:

Commencement Program

HPSPodcast 4.34

This week, we replay Student Senate President Owen Ceithaml's Commencement Address to the Class of 2024: The Next Roller Coaster.

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2024-25 Student Registration

As we prepare for the start of the next school year, it's time register your student for 2024-25. This is something we ask ALL current HPS families to do EVERY year. 

Completing the registration lets us know your student(s) will be returning next year!  It also lets you:

  • Review and update household contact information
  • Review and update student health information
  • Request transportation for the 2024-2025 school year (Deadline to request bussing is August 1)

Without this information, your student can not be added to a class list for next year OR have a class schedule created for them.

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HPSPodcast 4.33

Holland High School has a new Alma Mater. This week, we talk with Sam Lunn (Class of 2024), the writer and composer of Here's to You, Holland High.

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HPSPodcast 4.32

Holland Public Schools is celebrating the winner of the district Power H IMPACT Award!  This week we talk with Holland High Special Education Teacher, Kayla Gearring about being named this year's Power H IMPACT Award.

Holland High Calendar

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Upcoming Events

  • 27 May
  • 28 May
    • Softball-V Girls @ Ottawa Hills HS (Game)
      Date: May 28
      Time: 4:15 PM to 6:15 PM
      Location: Away - Ottawa Hills HS
      Calendar: HPS Athletics
      Doubleheader - Softball-V Get more event information at
  • 29 May
    • Early Release Wednesday 7:45 AM to 1:55 PM
      Early Release Wednesday
      Date: May 29
      Time: 7:45 AM to 1:55 PM
      Calendar: Holland High Calendar

      Dismissal at 1:55pm

      Students will be released from school 60 minutes early in order to allow teachers a better opportunity for collaborative professional development.
  • 31 May
    • HHS Final Exams- Half Day 7:45 AM to 10:50 AM
      HHS Final Exams- Half Day
      Date: May 31
      Time: 7:45 AM to 10:50 AM
      Calendar: Holland High Calendar
    • TIME TBD- Golf-V Boys @ MHSAA Regionals (Game)
      Date: May 31
      Time: 3:45 PM to 11:59 PM
      Location: Away -
      Calendar: HPS Athletics
      Golf-V Get more event information at
  • 1 June
    • TIME TBD- Track and Field-V Boys @ MHSAA Finals (Game)
      Date: Jun 1
      Time: 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM
      Location: Away - Hamilton High School
      Calendar: HPS Athletics
      Track and Field-V Get more event information at
    • TIME TBD- Track and Field-V Girls @ MHSAA Finals (Game)
      Date: Jun 1
      Time: 12:00 AM to 11:59 PM
      Location: Away - Hamilton High School
      Calendar: HPS Athletics
      Track and Field-V Get more event information at
  • 3 June
    • HHS Final Exams- Half Day 7:45 AM to 10:50 AM
      HHS Final Exams- Half Day
      Date: Jun 3
      Time: 7:45 AM to 10:50 AM
      Calendar: Holland High Calendar
  • 4 June
    • LAST DAY- All Students
      Date: Jun 4
      Calendar: Holland High Calendar
    • HALF DAY - ALL Students 7:45 AM to 10:50 AM
      HALF DAY - ALL Students
      Date: Jun 4
      Time: 7:45 AM to 10:50 AM
      Calendar: Holland High Calendar
      K-5 | 8:30a- 11:35a
      6-8 | 7:30a-10:35a
      9-12 | 7:45a-10:50a
    • HHS Final Exams- Half Day 7:45 AM to 10:50 AM
      HHS Final Exams- Half Day
      Date: Jun 4
      Time: 7:45 AM to 10:50 AM
      Calendar: Holland High Calendar
  • 26 September
    • District-Wide STEM Night 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
      District-Wide STEM Night
      Date: Sep 26
      Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
      Location: Holland High School 600 Van Raalte Ave, Holland, MI 49423, United States
      Calendar: Holland High Calendar


If a student needs to leave school for an appointment, please use the following procedure:

  • Parents/Guardians must call the 24-hour attendance line 494-2200 the night before or prior to the start of the school day, or send a note with your student to be turned into the office.
  • Students are reminded to stop in the Attendance Office in the morning, during lunch, or prior to class, they need to leave to obtain a RED pass giving them permission to leave class.
  • The student must sign out with the Attendance Secretary before leaving and upon returning to school. A pass will be given to allow the student back into class.
  • Anyone leaving without signing out is automatically UNEXCUSED.

Following the above procedures will alleviate waiting long periods of time in the office while staff searches for a student who is in gym class or not in their assigned classrooms. Some have missed their appointments due to this issue.

Welcome to HHS

Holland High School
600 VanRaalte Avenue
Holland, MI 49423
Phone: 616-494-2200
Fax: 616-393-7534

School Times:

  • Full Day | 7:45am-2:55pm
  • Wednesday Early Dismissal | 1:55pm
  • Half Day | 7:45-10:50am

Office Hours:

  • 7:10am- 3:15pm | M-F (August-June)

HHS Media Center



1st Period 7:45 8:55
2nd Period 9:00 10:00
3rd Period 10:05 11:05
A Lunch 11:05 11:40

(A)4th Period

11:45 12:45
(B)4th Period 11:10 12:10
B Lunch 12:10 12:45
5th Period 12:50 1:50
6th Period 1:55 2:55


Lunch hour is determined by area of the building. C, D, J/K Wing= A Lunch | B Wing = B Lunch.

ADVISORY - (Early Release Wednesday)

1st Period 7:45 8:30
2nd Period 8:35 9:15
3rd Period 9:20 10:00


10:05 11:05
A Lunch 11:05 11:40
A 4th Period 11:45 12:25
B 4th Period 11:10 11:50
B Lunch 11:50 12:25
5th Period 12:30 1:10
6th Period 1:15 1:55



1st Period 7:45 8:15
2nd Period 8:20 8:45
3rd Period 8:50 9:15
4th Period 9:20 9:45
5th Period 9:50 10:15
6th Period 10:20 10:50

District Calendar

The parking lot is the property of Holland Public Schools and parking in this lot is a privilege. In accordance with school policy and state mandates, school personnel may search cars. 

Students who find it necessary to drive to school MUST park in the assigned student parking lot. Staff parking lots are prohibited from 7:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. All students must have their cars registered. Forms are available in the HHS office. There is a $20.00 fee for parking permits.

Students are not permitted to sit in cars or loiter in the parking lots during the school day or during any school-sponsored events. Students may lose parking privileges for doing so.

Any student driver who drives in an unsafe and reckless manner, or violates vehicle nuisance statutes, is subject to legal penalties that may include penalty points on the students' driving record. Furthermore, the student is subject to loss of driving/parking privileges on school property and may be suspended from school.

Students are totally responsible for their car no matter who they may loan it to and other situations that may occur.

Parking Violations

  • Holland High School has purchased a device called "the boot" which can be placed on the wheel of an improperly parked or non-registered car making it impossible to drive away without its removal.
  • Parking in staff parking lots, the front drop-off and parking area, on the grass, in restricted places such as fire lanes, or in unmarked places at the end of rows are causes for having "the boot" placed on your vehicle. In addition, unregistered vehicles and vehicles not displaying their parking tags are subject to getting "the boot."
  • There is a $10.00 fine for the first violation for vehicles that are registered. Non-registered vehicles will be charged $30 for parking violations. Penalties increase for subsequent violations. 

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We are Here For You and your student.

Click here for emotional & mental health resources.

Ottawa Community Schools Network (OCSN)

  • Connect students and families to all in-school and community-based resources such as mental health services, the Power H Shop, Mobile Food Pantry, etc. 
  • Offer student check-ins/other in-school support services as needed
  • Contact Tyler Mouw

Arbor Circle E3 Therapists

  • Provide year-round in-school individual and group mental health services regardless of ability to pay
  • Certified TRAILS Coach/Instructor
  • Contact Frankie Wamsley or Tyler Mouw (OCSN) for a referral

Additional School-based Therapists

  • Provide culturally and linguistically-competent in-school individual therapy services
  • Rose Oaklander (Bethany Christian Services)
  • Yvette Chiquito (Mosaic Counseling)
  • Contact Tyler Mouw (OCSN) for a referral

Prime for Life

  • Virtual class, held multiple times a month, led by an addiction specialist and certified Prime for Life instructor
  • Evidence-based and highly motivational program that explains the reality of substance use and how it can impact anyone, regardless of actual usage
  • Contact Veronica Salazar or Tyler Mouw (OCSN) for more information or a referral to this program

Resilience – Healthy Relationships

  • Coaching Boys into Men - Evidence-based program tailored for boys' sports teams to develop healthy relationships and social norms 
  • Athletes as Leaders - Evidence-based program tailored for girls' sports teams to develop healthy relationships and leadership skills 
  • One Love Classes - Evidence-based curricula that teach students of any gender how to have healthy relationships and avoid unhealthy ones 
  • Contact Brad Hieftje or Tyler Mouw (OCSN)

Botvin LifeSkills Training

  • Interactive skills-based program aimed to promote health and personal development for 11th and 12th grade students 
  • Includes 8 lessons on topics such as self-management skills, social skills, and drug/gambling resistance skills 
  • Contact Zach Yokom or Tyler Mouw (OCSN)

Holland Momentum Center

  • Offer coping skills groups, general support groups, and social/recreational programming for teens throughout the year 
  • Costs $1 per year to participate in all programming 
  • Contact Jenna Vipond or Tyler Mouw (OCSN)

I AM Academy

  • Dismantling the school-to-prison pipeline systems within educational institutions through mentorships with students and community partnerships 
  • Meet regularly as a group in-school and provide meaningful experiences in the community to empower and inspire Black/African American youth 
  • Contact Henry Cherry or Tyler Mouw (OCSN)

Holland Boys and Girls Club

  • Offer programs and scholarship opportunities year-round to support academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles 
  • Enable all young people, especially those who need it most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens 
  • Contact Kaylee Willis or Tyler Mouw (OCSN)

Latin American United for Progress (LAUP)

  • Offer programs and scholarship opportunities to youth (¡adelante! and ¡más adelante!) and adults (language classes, GED, citizenship, Latin dance, etc.)
  • Empower Latinos to participate in creating a better community for all through advocacy, celebration, and education
  • Contact Julian Lugo or Tyler Mouw (OCSN)


Volunteer at HHS:

We love when parents or guardians get involved. Make sure to fill out the district volunteer form (once each school year) and return it to the office.