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Holt High School

Holt, MI

Holt High School is a four-year comprehensive school split between two campus settings. The Main Campus houses grades 9, 10, and 11, and offers a performing arts complex and a comprehensive on-grounds athletic complex. The North Campus (Holt Senior High School) houses 12th grade students and is located directly across the street from the Main Campus. Senior students have the opportunity to elect to take college classes as part of their curriculum and earn college credits, which may be transferable to accredited colleges. The building is modeled after a college campus setting. 

The student-teacher ratio is 19:1, and the school’s mascot is the Ram. 

Holt, Michigan is located just south of Lansing in Ingham County. The city is home to more than 24,000 residents, and is known for its small-town lifestyle with access to city employment. Some local favorites for advisers have been Dairy Dan, Celebration Cinema, Sweet Sensations Ice Cream, the Fleetwood Diner, and the many local parks.