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) 732-5523Items 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.
Virtual Course Enrollment
Missouri Course Access and Virtual School Program (MOCAP)
MOCAP's mission is to offer Missouri students equal access to a wide range of high quality courses, flexibility in scheduling, and interactive online learning. Students will be able to take an entire course from any internet-connected computer, available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) and the State Board of Education oversee administration and quality assurance activities such as related content and delivery of courses. https://mocap.mo.gov/
The virtual/online programs below are not affiliated with Holden R-III School District. If you are interested in one of these virtual opportunities for your student, you will need to contact the provider of your choice and ask them to send our district a request for records to be withdrawn from Holden R-III. Alternatively, you may complete a homeschooling form or notify Holden R-III in writing of your intent to homeschool to be withdrawn from the district and then contact the virtual/online program in which you would like to enroll your child.
(Springfield Public Schools)
Missouri Connections Academy-MOCAS
(Sturgeon R-V School District)
At Home Virtual Program
(Mehlville School District)
Missouri Digital Academy-MODA
(Laquey R5 School District)
Missouri Virtual Academy-MOVA
(Grandview R-II School District)
(University of Missouri)
R7 Online Academy
(Lee’s Summit R-7 School District)
SJSD Virtual Academy
(St. Joseph School District)
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.