If you are considering The Heritage School,
Think Beyond the ordinary school experiences!
At your current school...
Does your Pre-K student conduct experiments in the AP Chemistry Lab?
Does your Kindergarten student have the opportunity to grow shiitake mushrooms in the school garden?
Does your 1st grade student learn to code and use a 3D printer in computer class?
Does your 2nd grade student think critically while collaborating on group challenges in the Makerspace?
Does your 3rd grade student have meaningful interactions with older student mentors?
Does your 4th grade student participate in organized sports at school?
Does your middle school student start the college counseling process in 8th grade?
Does your student feel energized by an indoor/outdoor campus and daily PE?
Does your high school student have the opportunity to travel to Costa Rica, Spain, France, or Quebec?
Does your student have the opportunity to learn
visual arts, music, and drama from teachers who are professional artists?
Students at Heritage experience all of the above and much more!
We asked current families, "What do you find unique about The Heritage School experience?"
"I love the small class sizes and the individual connection my teens have with their teachers. It is an ideal place for learning!" Tanya Fairbanks
"The personal relationships the students form with their teachers is priceless. You can only get that connection when teachers are willing to spend the time getting to know your child. I love that teachers are willing to go the extra mile for the students." Susan Payne
"I love how involved the older students are with the younger students- from the Halloween carnival, to jubilee, and the list goes on. This has really taught my children about leadership. The interim trips are amazing- hands on education. I love how Heritage teachers utilize the beautiful campus by teaching and exploring the outdoors as much as possible. Kristin Skelly is such a hands on Head of School. She knows each family and student personally. Heritage is just such a loving environment that reminds me of my family rather than a school. I love that both my children want to be there, and love their school family as much as they do.
I can't believe I almost forgot my favorite- The intramural program." JJ Moody
"Interim trips for upper school, outdoor education program,community involvement. The connection that upper school kids have with lower school students is truly unique and has been so great for my boys." Traci Martin