All About Holleman
Holleman Elementary is one of five Waller ISD elementary schools that serve Pre-K through 5th grade students with quality educational programs that honor individual learning styles in positive and supportive environments. Among the programs and enrichment opportunities offered are: School-wide Title 1 reading and math; Leveled Literacy Program; Dyslexia Program; Discovery Gifted and Talented; Chess; and Student Council. The school has volunteer opportunities with our VIPS program. Please visit our Virtual Front Office for more school information.
Holleman Elementary was opened in 1974 and named after long-time educator I.T. Holleman. I.T. Holleman was 18 years of age when he began his career in education – a career that spanned 41 years. Holleman was named principal of the Waller School in 1939, and the superintendent of the district in September 1942 – a position that he kept until June 30, 1973.
Holleman: A Great Place to Learn!”
At Holleman, we empower scholars to achieve their maximum potential through an engaging and supportive learning environment. We are a dedicated family that inspires a love of literacy and critical thinking. We embrace our diversity and are committed to developing a culture of compassion, innovation and real world problem-solving.
H-O-Double L-E-M-A-N spells Holleman
Proud of all the things we learn to do here, do here
Reading, spelling, science, math, art, PE, and music.
H-O-Double L-E-M-A-N you see.
That’s the place where the rule is to help each other all the way
It’s Holleman – A great place to learn!