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.
COME DANCE TONIGHT!!!
Time to start fighting off the germs. Please consider donating tissues, we are running VERY LOW on our tissue supply.
Hand sanitizer, or disinfectant wipes are needed as well. Thank you.
FINALS…. THEY ARE COMING!
Our break this year is a little odd. Parents, make sure your scholars are prepared to stay in school till 12/20. All scholars are required to take their final exams for each class during finals week. There will not be a test make-up after break, so if your scholar misses their final during this week, they will receive a zero.
Here are some tips to ensure you have a great start to each day through the week of finals:
1. Review your study notes.
Use the night before for simple revision. Don’t look at anything new, review the study notes you have created during your study sessions over the past few days.
2. Revise topics one by one.
Work your way through your notes, covering topics one by one to ensure you understand the material. If you don’t, go back and find clarity.
3. Don’t study too late.
Late night cram sessions aren’t a very effective way to study. It may seem like you’re making the most of your time by studying until the last minute, but by not giving your brain a chance to rest you’ll have a harder time remembering the information you studied.
4. Eat a good healthy dinner.
Giving your mind the brain power it needs is important if you want to do well on your test. That means eating a good meal the night before.
5. Prepare for the morning.
Gather all the materials you’ll need for your test the next day. Make sure you have extra pens, pencils, erasers, and any tools you need (like a ruler or calculator). Pack everything into your backpack THE NIGHT BEFORE.
6. Get some exercise.
After spending time reviewing for your test, get some exercise by going outside for a short walk or a bike ride. Getting a little bit of exercise will help reduce any stress you are feeling and recharge your brain.
7. Give your brain a break.
Take some time before bed to put away your study notes and relax. Read a book, write in a journal, or talk to your family. PUT DOWN THE ELECTRONICS. This will help you wind down before bed, making it easier to get a good night’s sleep.
8. Get a good sleep.
One of the most important things the night before a test is to get a full night’s sleep so your brain can remember what you’ve studied. Make sure you go to bed at a decent time so you can wake up on test day feeling refreshed and well-rested.
9. Set your alarm.
Set your alarm so you don’t oversleep the morning of your test. DO NOT BE TARDY. Give yourself some extra time in the morning to eat a healthy breakfast and get ready for the day without feeling rushed.
10. Know that your instructors love you and are rooting for you through each day. You’ve got this!
EVERY EXISTING SCHOLAR IS REQUIRED TO RE-ENROLL BY DECEMBER 31st – The re-enrollment portal is now available! CLICK HERE to complete your re-enrollment process. Directions are available HERE. If you are planning to withdraw for next year, please complete THE WITHDRAWAL REQUEST FORM.
Open Enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year
November 1st till December 31st!
We anticipate a continuation of increased enrollment, with many new families eager for their scholar to benefit from the quality academic environment at Heritage Academy.
NEW SCHOLARS – If you have friends or family members that do not currently attend Heritage but would like to join us next year…they will need to complete the full enrollment application. NEW SCHOLARS CLICK HERE TO ENROLL Open Enrollment will run through December 31st and the lottery will run second week of January. Heritage siblings do receive a priority and move to the top of the list.
By way of information, we are currently on a waitlist for all grade levels for the current school year. We plan to offer any available seats that open after winter break.
9th & 10th Grade Puerto Rico Tour
Spring Break: March 12th – March 18th, 2023
Click the UPDATED flyer for more information
UPDATED PAYMENT STRUCTURE…
YOU CAN STILL SIGN UP!
CLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP
You can use ECA tax credit funds for tours!
SCHOLARS SHOULD NOT BE SIGNED OUT BETWEEN 2:30-3:30 PM
Need to schedule an appointment for your scholar during school hours? We ask that you try and schedule appointments on Fridays when the scholars are out of school. We know this isn’t always possible due to days and hours of operation, however due to our driveline, we are not able to sign scholars out after 2:30 pm. If you have an appointment for your scholar, we will need you to pick them up before 2:30 pm or wait until school is out to pick up your scholar.
Scholar Council at their Winter Formal.
Choir sharing their beautiful voices with the front office as they practice for their Christmas Concert.
Band and Orchestra put on wonderful Christmas Concerts.
The Choir Christmas Concert featured many solos and it was fantastic!
The Winter Dance Showcase was a huge success!
Pizza with the Principal
Unfortunately we didn’t get a photo of our scholars, but we want to recognize them here: Katara Calloway, Aden Carlson, Isabella De la Cruz, Caleb Ferrell, Gavin Dugay, Denali Corrales, Kella Connelly, Micah Figueroa, Angela Lawson, Jaxon Howell, Ariella Oropeza, Sebastian Verdugo, Remember Erhart, and William Carpenter. All these scholars were recognized and nominated by staff or their peers for doing something good around campus.
HS Wrestling took first place as a team in their tournament at Heritage Gateway!
Wishing JH good luck in State Finals 12/10/22
***JH BOYS VOLLEYBALL***
Congratulations to our Boys Junior High Volleyball A Team! They have qualified for the State Tournament and will be playing next week!
***CHECK OUT OUR HEROES FAN SHOP***
Second-semester schedules have been made and we tried very hard to give your scholar what they requested. You can check the schedule by logging into PowerSchool. Please use the form below to communicate with Mrs. Titus. Emails will not be checked at this time.
All Parent and Student PowerSchool Access codes have been sent out via email from Terrell Hoffman (check your spam folder) at the beginning of the year in an email with the subject line VERY IMPORTANT EMAIL. If you have already logged into PowerSchool as a Heritage scholar, you will NOT need to do it again. If you have multiple scholars and need their accounts linked, please send an email to email@example.com with your scholars’ names, and we can link them for you. For additional help, please see our instruction sheet:
HOW TO LOGIN TO POWERSCHOOL
We also hope that you understand that sometimes scholars are not able to get all that they requested. There are several reasons for this and they were scheduled for what worked best for them. There are 3 reasons why we will look at changing a schedule.
Schedule requests are limited to ONLY the following reasons:
1. Seniors with graduation credit needs
2. Incorrect course level placement (ex:7th grade scholar in a 10th grade English course)
3. Missing a class in the schedule
If you feel that your reason for requesting a schedule change conforms to one of the reasons listed above, please go ahead and complete this form:
SCHEDULE CHANGE REQUEST FORM.
The link will be open until December 15th and your request will be evaluated if it is determined that a schedule change is possible. If the requested schedule change will not be a possibility, you will receive an email notifying you. Please be patient as it may take a while to go through the requests.
Be prepared and try to remember all of the items you will need for class, sports, and extracurriculars each day.
We understand things happen and sometimes items get forgotten. We have had an increase in these forgotten items, so please help remind your scholars to prepare their needed items the night before. SCHOLAR WILL BE CALLED DOWN BETWEEN CLASSES TO PICK UP THE ITEM. WE WILL NOT DELIVER THE ITEMS TO CLASS. Please remind your scholar to pick up the item in the front office.
Applications are now being accepted for the City of Maricopa’s Youth Council. Teens between ages 13-18 are able to apply for this great opportunity! Youth Council members learn about city government, develop leadership skills, and participate in various programs and city events.
If you have any questions, email Rebecca Bennett at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLICK HERE FOR THE APPLICATION
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