Our Mission Statement
Heritage Academy is dedicated to youth, their growth and development. The purpose of education is to build strong character. Strong character is reflected in strong families, strong communities and a strong nation.
While teaching the academic disciplines, Heritage Academy is dedicated to instilling into the minds and hearts of today’s youth a knowledge of and respect for the ideals and values of the great men and women of history, including those who founded the American nation.
As today’s rising generation gains an appreciation of these people of accomplishment, they will be ready to provide the selfless service to their fellow citizens and to their country which will be required in the coming years to assist in preserving America’s greatness. Heritage Academy exists to this end.
Homecoming week October 16-19
Invited guests from other schools may attend if they have a signed Dance Guess Pass. These are available in the front office and will need to be returned to Mrs. Titus before the night of the event. Middle school scholars from Heritage or any other school may not attend. Heritage standards apply for scholars and guests. Click HERE for the semi-formal dress code.
The cost of this trip is $215. You can use your ECA funds for this trip. Click HERE to find out how to pay through the ECA tax credit.
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You can use your ECA funds for this trip. Click HERE to find out how to pay through the ECA tax credit.
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Now open to ALL HIGH SCHOOL NOW!
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Want to know more about Distinctions that junior high school scholars can plan for and high school scholars can achieve.
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Want to know more about Lettering that junior high school scholars can plan for and high school scholars can achieve.
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Tutoring is still happening!
*** Sports Announcements***
Our JH teams have finished their Q1 season. JH Girls volleyball finished 10-1 and ranked number 2. The semis and final are both on Saturday at Moon Valley HS.
JH Baseball won 5 of their last 6 games to rank 7th going into the playoffs. Final on Saturday.
JH Coed Soccer finished their season undefeated and ranked 1st. The team has won state the last two years and is hoping for the three-peat! The state championship will be at 10a on Saturday at 91st Psalm Christian School.
You can check schedules and follow results at azcaapreps.com
The Heritage Girl’s Volleyball program attended the CAA Team Night at ASU. All 4 Heritage Girls Volleyball teams experienced great volleyball and team bonding as they watched ASU beat U of A in three sets!
JH Girls Volleyball A Team finished their season 10-1, sweeping all schools in Maricopa without dropping a set. They made it to the Playoffs, but unfortunately lost to Legacy Queen Creek in the Semifinals. The girls had an excellent season with tremendous growth. We are excited to see these girls advance through the volleyball program at heritage! Congrats Lady Heroes!
*** SWIM TEAM***
*** CROSS COUNTRY TEAM***
In their last meets JH Cross Country Girls placed 2nd and JH Cross Country Boys placed 3rd!!! Congratulations HEROES!
Congrats to our Junior High Heroes they are doing great in the playoffs!
*** MARTIAL ARTS***
Scholars in Master Feiles’ Martial Arts Class ending the quarter with our first belt promotion of the year. 40 scholars moved one step closer to Black Belt!
Not a Heritage sponsored event, but Heritage scholars are welcome…
Thank you PTO for setting up this YEAR LONG fundraiser!
Use promo code: HAM20 at Papajohns.com
Open Enrollment is for NEW scholars only.
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Purpose > Pity
“When I looked at my pinky finger, it was bent sideways and backwards,” described Jaden Hill. It was the first day of tryouts for the elite club basketball team AZ Select, and it had been Jaden’s dream to join them. But that big dream was derailed when he crashed into a padded wall after finishing a contested layup where his pinky got caught in the padding. His little finger shattered, and so did his big dream.
In the aftermath, Jaden was devastated. “It was a really tough time. I wanted nothing more than to be out there playing the sport I love most on the team I always wanted to play for.”
It was natural to ask, “Why me?” The answer to that question initially led Jaden down a path of self-pity (“Why did this happen to ME?”). But it eventually took him down a path of purpose (“WHY did this happen to me?”). That path from pity to purpose led to answers and led him to consider life after basketball and beyond high school. During the period of injury downtime and reflection, Jaden realized he needed to think about his long-term future.
My dad always says, “You are not molding the clay, you are the clay being molded.” Jaden added, “I feel I have a bigger purpose, and I started to see this difficult time as a way of revealing that purpose and God’s plan for me in my life.”
Fast forward to late June and Jaden is at the ASU Downtown campus listening to a presentation on preparing for medical school. His future now includes a dream much bigger than club basketball – it is to become an orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports injury and recovering athletes just like him.
As he had been helped, he had become inspired to help.
In the end, I suppose there is great irony in the fact that a crooked finger ended up pointing him to his possible life’s purpose; a finger bent backwards ended up propelling him forward. The finger is straight now, and so is the path Jaden is on.