Starting the Process

  • Welcome to Holden - we're glad you're here!

    If you are enrolling during the school year, please begin at the building they will attend.

    We have 3 schools:
    Holden Elementary - Preschool-5th grade
    1903 S Market        (816) 732-6071

    Holden Middle School - 6th through 8th grades
    301 Eagle Drive        (816) 732-4125

    Holden High School - 9th through 12th grades
    1901 S Main        (816) 732-5523
    Items you will need to bring to aid in enrollment:
    • proof of residency (a utility bill, bank statement or pay check stub with guardian's name and address listed)
    • student's birth certificate
    • student's immunization record

    Once residency is verified, a request will be sent to the previous school for the cumulative student file. (This may take from 1 to 3 days, or longer in the case of a school break, for those records to be transferred). At the high school level, the student and parent will meet with a Counselor to determine a schedule after the records have been received.

Forms and Documents

Parent Portal Registration

Virtual Course Enrollment

  • Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program (MOCAP) was established in 2007 as the state's online school.  MOCAP's mission is to offer Missouri students equal access to a wide range of high quality courses, and interactive online learning that is neither time nor place dependent (

    Local school districts may use their own preferred online provider. For the Holden R-III School District, Edgenuity is the preferred provider. Edgenuity Courseware offers many AP, honors, language, and credit recovery courses.

    For more information and to enroll in a virtual course, please contact your child's school office.

    Holden Elementary (816) 732-6071
    Holden Middle (816) 732-4125
    Holden High (816) 732-5523

NCAA/NAIA Eligibility

  • NCAA/NAIA Eligibility Information for Prospective Student Athletes


    The student who hopes to participate in NCAA inter-collegiate athletics must register with the NCAA Eligibility Center during her/his junior year in high school. 

    Students wishing to participate in NAIA college athletics should visit the NAIA Eligibility Center during her/his junior year in high school.