Principal: Mr. Russell E. Stevener Jr
firstname.lastname@example.orgAssistant Principal/Athletic Director: Ms. Tamara Barbour
Building Secretary: Mrs. Regina NarboneContact Information:Main Office (315) 865-8154
Attendance (315) 865-7292
High School Fax (315) 865-4069
Guidance Office (315) 865-4102
Athletic Office (315) 865-7273
Nurse's Office (315) 865-7234
Cafeteria (315) 865-7242
Pool (315) 865-7255
Music Office (315) 865-7229
Alex Prokopienko Internship Fuels Career Choice
Internships Provide Individualized Learning, Job Opportunities for BOCES Students
Motorcycles have been a passion for Holland Patent senior Alex Prokopienko since his early teens, and now he's aiming to turn that passion into a career with some help from the Oneida-Herkimer-Madison (OHM) BOCES and Harley-Davidson.
BOCES CTE Honor Society Inductees
Each May, outstanding students are inducted into the National Career and Technical Education Honor Society at Oneida Herkimer BOCES. These are students who have shown excellent academic achievement in their Career and Technical program and their home school, good attendance, active participation in organizations and a serious interest in a career or technical field. All students, including adult students, are eligible if they meet the requirements. We are proud to announce that these students were inducted into the CTE Honor Society on May 16, 2018. Congratulations to all!
Staff and Students Bowling for Autism
Regional Program for Excellence
Holland Patent Seniors presented their final projects after completing their internships through the Regional Program for Excellence.
From left to right Garrett Capuana, Chloe Dow, Nolan Kochan, Collin Weissenberger, Cheyenne Shoemaker.
NYS SkillsUSA Leadership Award
Holland Patent Senior Nicollette Cardinal, daughter of Jeff and Jodi Cardinal of Stittville, recently captured the gold medal at the NYS SkillsUSA Leadership and Skills Championships held in Syracuse in April.
SkillsUSA is a national competition involving competitive events showcasing the best career and technical education students in the nation. Nicollette is a second year student at Oneida-Herkimer-Madison County BOCES in the Advertising Design and Multimedia Productions program. Nicollette was part of a three person team that created a scrapbook highlighting the local chapter's activities in the promotion of good health and safety habits in the shop, laboratory and on the job. Nicollette's team advanced to the National competition by putting together the winning presentation in the Occupational Health and Safety NYS category at the local level, and then won the gold medal at the New York State competition.
The statewide SkillsUSA competition is known for highlighting skills that quickly turn into jobs for students. Holland Patent High School Principal Russell Stevener pointed out that the district has several students participate in SkillsUSA each year, but to his knowledge, no Holland Patent student has advanced to the national competition. "We're extremely proud of Nicollette and all she has accomplished here at Holland Patent. We wish her the best at Nationals, " said Stevener.
Nicollette and her team will represent New York State at the SkillsUSA National competition in June in Louisville, KY.
Nicollette has been accepted at Monroe Community College, where she intends to major in Cinema and Film.
Don't Be a Distracted Driver - It Can Wait!
Take the Pledge to not text and drive - http://www.itcanwait.com/pledgeExplore the facts from Verizon about tech and driving - http://www.verizoninternet.com/bookmark/tech-and-teen-driving/To view tips and videos from students' presentation, go to our It Can Wait page here.Curb the urge to text and drive. AT&T DriveMode silences message alerts and auto-replies when you're driving to let friends and family know you can't respond. For more information and to download the app: https://www.itcanwait.com/links360 Experience Simulations - view the real consequences of looking at your phone while driving. https://www.itcanwait.com/360Students - Download one of the apps that prevent texting while driving and Mr. Stevener or Officer Copperwheat will give you an It Can Wait bracelet as a reminder to not text and drive.Try the It Can Wait Texting and Driving simulator here:
Success is the Only Option
At Holland Patent High School
our students will be
college and career ready
by the time they graduate.
Holland Patent High School rated a High Progress Schoolby the State Education Department of NY.Criteria set by the State Education Department:High Progress – High School
Performance Index – the school’s combined ELA and Mathematics Performance Index places it among the
top ten percent in the State in terms of gains between the most recent assessment data and the data from the prior year.Holland Patent School District rates in the top two schools in Oneida County for graduation rates at 97%.
Holland Patent High School will be a positive, stimulating environment in which all may develop Holland Patent High School Mission Statement the academic and social skills for reaching their potential as productive responsible citizens in our ever-changing world.