Although we are not able to welcome Admissions guests to campus at this time we are determined to live by our motto - find a way or make one - bringing the Holton experience to you.
Just as you would during an on-campus tour, listen to our students, teachers, and staff members explain the Holton experience in their own words. Take a look at our campus facilities and some of the digital projects our community engaged in this past spring.
Our remote offices hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays. Please email the Admissions Office and or call a team member below.
Main Admissions 301.365.6000
Director of Enrollment Management, Sharron Rodgers 301.365.6013
Entering grades 3-5, Josie Shiroma 301.365.6014
Entering grade 6, Samantha Gilman-Reilly '07 301.365.6097
Entering grades 7 & 8, Caroline Howton 301.365.6075
Entering grades 9 - 12, Leslie Nelson 301.365.6015
A round-up of some of the engaging lessons that have taken place recently on campus—the result of our teachers' remarkable dedication, creativity, and flexibility as they continue to adapt their classrooms and curricula for hybrid learning.
As teachers work to weave the schoolwide Learn Well, Live Well, Lead Well (LW3) Goals & Competencies into their curricula, we share a glimpse of what this looks like in our ninth-grade physics class this year.
Students were asked to disrupt the dominant culture's messages about body image by providing alternate narratives that promote a more positive, inclusive, empowering message.
Puppetry proved a perfect way to explore theatrical concepts and spark creativity for the age group during hybrid learning.
Participants, including Holton Middle School Model U.N. members, built skills and confidence at the first-ever virtual edition of HAMUN.
A new program offered at the School, Social Innovators, provides Upper Schoolers with a deep-dive into social entrepreneurship.
For the first time in School history, rising seniors embarked on summer Junior Journeys entirely online. The three immersive programs in China, India, and Peru were completely and creatively reimagined as virtual experiences due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LS Reading Celebration is a highlight each year for students in grades 3-6, and this year’s edition was no exception—although it looked and felt a bit different in the virtual format.
Barbara Kinney—an award-winning photojournalist, former White House photographer, and Hillary Clinton presidential campaign photographer—shared her work and wisdom with photo students on Thursday, Sept. 24 via a Google Meet.
Although they weren't able to work in-person at labs, Science Research Program students built invaluable skills this summer through wide-ranging research projects and papers.