The arts and artists are thriving at Holton-Arms... challenging the mind, nurturing the soul, capturing the imagination, and celebrating the human spirit.
Holton provides students with programs and facilities which allow them to pursue and display their passion for the Arts.
LW3 CLASSROOM SPOTLIGHT: Learning, Creating, Confronting Ambiguity Alongside Our Visual Art Students
Maggie Brett-Major ’22 & Katherine Yoon ’23 Win Second Place Honors in Congressional Art Competition
Don't Miss the Upper School Holton-Landon Play "Almost, Maine": Friday, Feb. 19 & Saturday, Feb. 20, 7 p.m.
16 Upper School Students Win 51 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards; Esther Kim '21 Earns Prestigious American Voices Nomination
US Holton-Landon Play Now Available for On-Demand Viewing ("10 Ways to Survive Life in a Quarantine")
14 US Artists Recognized in 2020 Congressional Art Competition; Lillian Broeksmit ’20 Wins Second Place in 8th District
Between Shakespeare Theatre Company Performances, Actress Sinclair Daniel '15 Shares Her Story, Inspiration, and Advice with US Students
Scroll + Scrolling Literary Magazine and Six Staffers/Contributors Earn Columbia Scholastic Press Association Honors
US Art Teacher Benjamin Ferry Celebrates Acclaimed D.C. Milliner in Solo Exhibition (Sept. 14-Oct. 12)
2018-2019 Upper School Chorus and New Choral Director Debut in Independent Schools' Choral Festival at National Cathedral