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.
SCHOLAR COUNCIL PRESENTS…DOLLARS FOR DUDS
PTO OFFERS $1.00 DOUGHNUTS
THURSDAY, September 28th
On Dollars for Duds days, scholars are allowed to wear non-uniform clothing (INCLUDING JEANS) that meet Heritage Standards. $1.00 for shirt and $1.00 for pants/shorts. Wristbands purchased for participation must be worn on your scholar’s wrist throughout the day. Dollars for Duds is optional, and scholars do not have to participate. Money raised goes to support Scholar Council and the school activities and dances they support.
Heritage Standard means: no sleeveless or midriff shirts; shorts must be 4″ from the middle of the knee and skirts must come to the middle of the knee; no pants or shorts that are ripped, torn or frayed; no leggings; no inappropriate slogans or symbols on the clothing; and NO PAJAMAS.
If a scholar is wearing inappropriate clothing, they will be dress coded and will need to change into uniforms we have on hand in the office.
The PTO will be offering $1 doughnuts until they are gone that Thursday morning!
GET A COOL DRINK BEFORE OUR HOME GAMES!!!
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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This awesome adventure is open to
Now open to ALL HIGH SCHOOL NOW!
Your adventure awaits!!
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!
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.
*** Sports Announcements***
For the complete schedule and results, follow our teams on azcaapreps.com
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.
Our dates have changed this year.
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Heritage Maricopa celebrated their 5th Annual Constitution Night!
This week, Heritage and other schools across the country join in celebrating the signing of the greatest vision of human freedom in history; the US Constitution. It’s been 236 years since the constitution was signed, and Heritage Academy exists today because of the great principles outlined within. 28 years ago, Earl Taylor envisioned a school in which young people would be able to learn to respect the ideals and values of those who founded this great nation and use those values to provide selfless service to their fellow citizens and country. We cherish and revere those who sacrificed their lives for the freedoms we enjoy today and we are so grateful to you all for coming out and celebrating with us. – Mrs. Titus
Last week Mrs. Sim’s Science classes looked at Newton’s first law that states for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. We did by using film canister and putting Alka Seltzer in them. It causes them to shoot up in the air.
Mrs. Miller’s Latin classes has been learning about mythical beasts in Greek and Roman mythology. The scholars each created their own mythical beast from any material they wanted and came up with their own myth about the creature, its powers, and weaknesses. Our scholars are so creative!
Can you solve the following problem? Mrs. Steelman’s Math Application scholars can!
Chris and Sophie are running in opposite directions around a track, with constant speeds. Chris notices that he passes Sophie every 24 seconds. If it takes Chris 60 seconds to complete each lap, how long does it take Sophie to complete each lap?
Mr. Hughes with Concert and Symphonic Bands did an outstanding job for their Fall concert playing classic and modern music. This program has been growing and getting more experience. Can’t wait for the next concert!
Mr. Bunker and Harmonics, Concert, Bella Voce, and Junior High Choirs put on a fantastic Fall concert at Maricopa High’s auditorium. The house was packed with family and friends. The selected songs were very moving and made us dwell on the beauty of nature and the human spirit.
Pizza with the principal
Junior High: Meela Baram, Ethan Barbaglia, Chelsea Davis, Obbie Cardenas, Paisley Munns, and Gabriel Girard
High School: Yazmine Caceres, Paxton Brown, Emerald Johnson, Kevin Farias, Natalie Chrisman, Julian Deegan, Sarah Gillies, and Elijah Scott
These scholars were recognized for doing good things around campus.