Holland, Bucks County
Holland is an unincorporated community within Northampton Township and located within Council Rock School District. Originally called Rocksville, due to the rocky shores of Mill Creek, once the post office was built it was renamed Holland in 1870 due to the many Dutch settlers in the area. With a grist mill, general store and school, Holland was a rural town outside Philadelphia.
Nestled between Newtown, Langhorne, Lower Southampton, and the rest of Northampton Township, including Richboro, Holland shares two ZIP codes (18966 and 19053) with its neighbors.
Since the mid-1900's Holland has grown with many large tract housing developments, with the largest being Village Shires. Recently there have been several parcels developed for new construction. Today, Holland is home to several businesses in Holland Village and along Buck Road.
Hillcrest Elementary, Holland Elementary, Rolling Hilland Elemetnary along with Holland Middle School and Council Rock High School North are all located in Holland.
In addition to the schools associated with Council Rock School District, Villa Joseph Marie High School and St. Katharine Drexel Regional Catholic School are located within the community.
Holland is also home to the Council Rock Holland Baseball Organization, a dance studio and other sites for youth sports.
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