A Year with Frog and Toad - ASL
Meet Jacob and Ati... they're in the cast of A Year with Frog and Toad this weekend at the HHS PAC. They're also members of the HPS DHH program!
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HHS Vocal Dimensions is proud to bring you their Spring Show: Road Trip | Coast-to-Coast
- Thursday - Saturday, March 21-23 at 7pm and Saturday March 23 at 2pm at HHS PAC
- $10 students | $15 adults online, at 616.494.2000, or in-person at the HHS Athletic Office (Cash Only at Door)
- ASL Interpretation at Saturday Shows
Join the Holland Orchestras for their annual Cafe Pops Concert.
- Monday, March 11 at 7pm in the HHS Commons
- Special Guest Artist, Rodney Lamar Page.
- Coffee/Punch and Desserts from "Say Cheesecake by Sara"
- $15 adults|$10 seniors|$5 studentS
HHS Theatre presents a sneak peak of their MIFA Theatre Competition production of The Revlon Girl.
- Thursday, January 25, 7pm at HHS PAC
- Friday, January 26, 7pm at HHS PAC
Only 100 seats available for each show. | $5 Admission at the door. | 55-minute production
24 members of HHS Dutch Theatre attended the Michigan Educational Theatre Association's Thespian Festival in Lansing last weekend and brought home over a half a million dollars in scholarship offers and awards for great performances!
Holland High Bands, Choirs, and Orchestras present their annual Holiday Collage Concert at the Jack Miller Auditorium at Hope College on Saturday, December 16 at 7pm.
#HPSproud of Samuel Lunn, Nora Frens, Alec Burgess, and Christopher Logan. They were selected to represent Holland High School at the MSVMA State Honors Choir in January!
- 5 students (including Jacob Torres) represented HHS at the MSVMA Regional Honors Choir Saturday in Caledonia.
The Marching Dutch will not perform in tonight's Parade of Lights in downtown Holland. Falling temperatures are making conditions unsafe for musicians to play their instruments outdoors.
It's one thing to be bundled up and watch this great parade from the streets in downtown Holland. It's another thing for our student musicians to hold and play metal instruments in these temperatures. We are so sad to miss the Parade of Lights this year and can't wait to march in the parade again next November! - Bethnay VanOss, Director of Bands
For the safety of students, other area schools' are pulling their bands from tonight's parade line-up as well.
The Parade of Lights will begin at the corner of 8th and Columbia at 6:30pm and head west down 8th Street until it reaches the Holland Civic Center.