Holman House is named after Sir Constantine Holman who was a member of the Epsom College UK Council for many years and its Treasurer from 1887 to 1906. He was also a preeminent doctor who became Vice-President of the British Medical Foundation and received a knighthood from King Edward VII in 1904. The original Holman House in Epsom College UK opened in 1897 as a Junior House for boys, and includes Air Asia CEO (and Epsom College in Malaysia founder and Chairman), Tan Sri Tony Fernandes, amongst its alumni.

Holman welcomes junior boys up to Year 9 and fosters a supportive, collaborative and aspirational ethos. Holman boys are principled, determined and channel their energy into the holistic education that Epsom provides.

Housemaster: Mr Laurent Larburu

Assistant Housemaster: Mr Leo Baloyo

Resident Tutor: Mr Goh

House Matron: Ms Zuhaila