Home of the RAMS
Student Services/Guidance Office: 517-694-2116
Main Office: 517-699-0294
General HS Fax: 517-699-3451
Athletic Office: 517-694-2383
Athletic Fax: 517-699-3439
Theater/Facilities Rental Office: 517-699-6439
NORTH CAMPUS (NC) grade 12
5780 W. Holt Rd., Holt MI 48842
for 12th grade students
Asst. Principal - Ann Coe - email@example.com
NC Attendance/Discipline Office: 517-694-4370
North Campus Fax: 517-694-8362
MAIN CAMPUS (MC) grades 9 - 11
5885 W. Holt Rd., Holt MI 48842
for 9th-11th grade students
Christopher Billingslea - firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick Johnson - email@example.com
Attendance/Discipline Office: 517-694-3446
Attendance Office Fax: 517-694-2044
Driving Directions to Holt HS
(These time schedules for building supervision have been implemented for the safety and welfare
of our students. The intention is to ensure that all students are safe and well-supervised.)
Parents have a transportation option: CATA transportation can be pre-arranged
by calling CATA at 517-394-CATA. Students with a student pass
(obtained from the school office) can ride for .60 cents one way.
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Class of 2015
2016 SENIOR YEARBOOK PICTURE SPECIFICATIONS -
· It is the parents/students responsibility to inform your senior photographer of the following yearbook requirements.
Please adhere to the following specifications. Most area studios are familiar with these requirements and can help with the selection of an appropriate portrait. If a student’s photo does not meet the following requirements, his/her photo will not be placed in the senior section of the yearbook.
1. One wallet-size copy of your picture must be received NO LATER THAN Friday, October 16 at 2:30 p.m. on either a disk (CD) as a high-resolution JPEG or TIFF image (300 resolution), as an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org (300 jpeg dpi resolution), or as a high quality hard copy delivered to room E221 or E222 on school days before 3:00pm. Most large studios will send photos for all students directly to the school. Be aware that photos taken with digital cameras and printed on photo paper using an at-home printer are not of sufficient quality for the yearbook. Photos taken on digital cameras should be placed on a disk and submitted digitally. The deadline is based on the school’s contract for color printing with the publisher. Late photos will be accepted until Friday, October 23, 2015 at 2:35 p.m. for a processing fee of $25.00 per photo. The yearbook staff will not accept any photos turned in after 2:35 p.m. on Oct. 23, 2015.
2. Plain, single color, non-white background (no outdoor shots or bright patterns will be accepted; no background that includes trees or water).
3. Must be a traditional straight on, head and shoulder shot (no over-the-shoulder poses; no hands in photo; no soft-focus; no cameo finish; no special props, scenes, or outdoor poses.)
4. Must be turned in by the deadline to be in the senior section of the yearbook.
5. Photos are accepted as hard copy or in high resolution TIFF or JPEG format on CD or email.
The yearbook advisor reserves the right to reject publication of any photo not meeting these requirements or HHS dress code requirements. Questions should be directed to Ms. Michelle Fulton, Yearbook Advisor, at email@example.com.
DATE of Friday, October 16, 2015 by 2:30 p.m. must be met
Holt High School Information
FAMILY ACCESS Info
CTE Non-Discrimination Statement
HHS Student Website - updated by Web Publishing students as they learn.
School Bell Schedule
Parent Information & Ideas
Science Olympiad link
Website linkfrom WebPublishing Class = Holt HS
On most school days a study hall and student success period are held in the library at the main campus from 2:45-3:30pm. Any student is welcome to sign-in and get assistance in any subject. Students are asked to be prepared with their homework, questions, etc. and be serious about working. Students must make arrangements for their own ride home.
Holt High School
Main Campus Commons Area
Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Open to the public!
Multiple colleges and businesses represented!
Questions to Ask College Reps
Whether you're a sophomore just beginning the college search or a senior in the throes of finalizing your application list, you might just find yourself wandering the stalls of a college fair this fall. And while these events are a great way to learn about schools, they can occasionally be awkward or nerve-wracking. After all, you shouldn't just breeze through, quickly snatch up some pamphlets and then immediately depart. To make the most out of the experience you really must stop and chat with the admissions officers and alumni in attendance.
It might seem intimidating to approach the representatives but you should know they are eager to talk and to answer your questions. They want to get students interested in their respective school and they will certainly welcome your inquiries.
While there are no wrong questions to ask, you should try and avoid very general queries such as "What should I know about your school?" or "Why should I attend this college?" It's harder for the reps to give insightful answers when questions are vague. And that won't help you out much as you try and narrow down your options. Instead, ask more targeted questions that call for the representative to speak to specific topics and examples.
Here are some sample questions for you to consider:
There's no reason to be nervous or tongue tied when meeting with college reps. Remember -- they're hoping to make a good impression as well. All you need is to have a few questions in your back pocket and the conversation is sure to flow!
article from AdmitOneblog.org 2013
Student Summer Programs
hosted by Building 21
School begins Tuesday, September 8, 2015
7:30 a.m. at the North and Main Campus' of Holt High School
Kick Start Orientation
for all students in 9th-12th grades
Held at the MAIN CAMPUS!
All students in 9th through 12th grades are required to attend Kick Start Orientation.
(for your convenience 2 evening sessions this year!)
Back-to-school packets will be mailed home during the week of August 11.
Packets will include:
What to bring to Orientation:
What to do at Orientation:
Questions about orientation? Call Cindy @ 517-699-0294
SUMMER HOURS @ MAIN CAMPUS
8:00am - 4:00pm Monday - Thursday
Questions in summer - call 517-694-2116
Need TRANSCRIPTS ?
Freshman and New Parents -
PARENT ORIENTATION NIGHT
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
HHS Main Campus
A great opportunity to meet the high school administrators and learn about the high school's policies and procedures, Academic Culture, Formative Assessment, and Literacy at the high school level.
You are not alone! Chat with other parents. Ice Cream Social afterwards!
We hope to see you there!
Questions? Call Cindy at 699-0294.
Common Mission Statement
The mission of Holt High School is to create a supportive community where every student experiences success in an exemplary academic program as measured by district, state, or national standards. Each student will graduate as a responsible and respectful citizen with a clearly defined post-secondary plan.
We Care . We Learn . We Grow
FOR HOLT HIGH SCHOOL 9-12 grades
(changes will be kept to a minimum; parents will be informed of changes)
25 Kick Start Orientation - 5:30pm - 8:00pm
26 Kick Start Orientation - 10:00am - 3:00pm
27 Kick Start Orientation - 5:30pm - 8:00pm
8 First Day of School - 7:30am - 2:35pm
9 FULL DAY WEDS. – 7:30am – 2:35 pm
About Holt High School
Holt High School is a four year comprehensive school split in to two campus settings.
The Main Campus houses grades 9, 10, 11 and is located on a 40-acre campus-like setting with a performing Arts complex that seats 850 in the theater and a comprehensive on-grounds Athletic complex.
The North Campus houses 12th grade students and is located directly across the street from the Main Campus. Senior students have the opportunity to elect college classes as part of their curriculum and earn college credits which may be transferable to accredited colleges. The building houses state of the art technology offerings as well as a college campus setting.
In 1989 Holt High School became the first Professional Development School (PDS) affiliated with Michigan State University and the Holmes Group. The goals of a PDS are to improve teaching practices and student learning through the application of the most current educational research and on-site action research.
Holt High School has been honored as one of the top 100 schools in the country,