IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER

  • NOW – 7/20  –  SUMMER BREAK – Have a Blast!!

  •  6/14-16 –  DENNIS UNIFORM SALE – 15% off Summer Sale!!

  • 7/15  –  MEET THE TEACHER – 6:00 – 8:00 PM

  • 7/21  –  FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL 

IMPORTANT SCHOOL INFORMATION

  • ADDRESS: 41000 W Heroes Way Maricopa, AZ 85138

  • SUMMER OFFICE HOURS:

    May 31-June 3: Office Closed

    June 7-June 24: Monday – Thursday, 8:00 AM-11:00 AM

    June 28-July 8: Office Closed

    July 12-July 20 – Monday – Thursday, 9:00 AM-3:00 PM

     

  • PHONE: 520-367-3800

    FAX: 520-367-3801

  • INSTAGRAM: maricopaheroes

Thank you Heritage Academy scholars and families for another great year!  We have had an adventurous year.  We couldn’t have done it without all of you.  It takes a team to make a school.  We appreciate your consistent, positive parental support.  Our scholars feel it and so does the staff.  Your team effort really helps make Heritage Academy what it is.

We are proud of our scholars and all of the hard work they have put in thus far.  It is not easy being in sports, arts and other activities while still keeping up on academics.  One of my favorite awards given this year to athletes was the ‘Scholar Athlete Award.’  This is an award that the coach knew they could depend on this scholar to have their grades up, have a good attitude and be 100% at practice.  We want all of our scholars to strive to be the Scholar Athlete or the Scholar Performer or the Scholar’s Scholar!  We know it is because of the support at home that our scholars have been so successful this year!

We want to wish all of you the best summer!  Be safe and we will see you next year ready for another awesome year!

Sincerely,

Kimberly Ellsworth
Principal, Maricopa Campus

Class-of-2021 Noahli-Antone

NOAHLI ANTONE
CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE
Advice: Start high school off strong and focus on your grades early!

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TRE’VAUGHN BELL
SCHOOL – UNDECIDED
Advice: Live life to the fullest. Be happy and do your best at what you do!  Focus on your grades and in the classroom and everything will take care of itself.

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CAMDEN BITTER
MISSION FOR THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
—> BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
Advice: You never truly fail until you quit!

Paola-Carter

CELINE CARTER
CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE
—> NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY OR ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
Advice: Believe in yourself and you can do anything :)!

Tyler-Damron

TYLER DAMRON
SCHOOL – UNDECIDED
Advice: Good luck!
Photo Credit: Victor Moreno

Celsielynn-Espinueva

CELSIELYNN ESPINUEVA
CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE
Advice: No Regertz!

Isaiah-Evans

ISAIAH EVANS
CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE
Advice: Be yourself! Also, look for songs by Isaiah Evans on Spotify and Apple Music.

Andrew-Fowler

ANDREW FOWLER
NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY
Advice: Take even the smallest assignments seriously, because even homework can add up and make or break your grades!

Angelina-George

ANGELINA GEORGE
EASTERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY
Advice: Believe in yourself and don’t worry about what others say!

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NATHANIEL HOLGUIN
NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY
Advice: Treat others how you want to be treated!
Photo Credit: Victor Moreno

Cal-Huff

CAL HUFF
MISSION FOR THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Advice: Be nice!

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SAMUEL HUFFAKER
CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE
—> BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
Advice: I’ve been to 3 different  high schools and this on is the best!  Make sure you plan your work and classes well.  Don’t bite off more than you can handle; I took an extra math class that wasn’t required and it gave me a lot of unneeded stress!
Photo Credit: Victor Moreno

Aaron-Johnson

AARON JOHNSON
ARIZONA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY
Advice: Stay on top of your grades; it will make your GPA!  If you don’t care until Junior and Senior year, it’s hard to get that GPA up!

Tyler-Kientzler

TYLER KIENTZLER
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
Advice: Enjoy it while it lasts!
Photo Credit: Victor Moreno

Maritza-Lopez-Anton

MARITZA LOPEZ ANTONE
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
Advice: Always get things done with 100% effort, because it pays off in the end.  Get involved with as many activities and sports as you can.  Take Dual Enrollment classes if possible.

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JOSE MIGUEL JR.
SAGU AMERICAN INDIAN COLLEGE
Advice: Almost doesn’t count!

Patricia-Morrison

ANGEL MORRISON
CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE
—> ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
Advice: Enjoy it while it lasts!
Photo Credit: Victor Moreno

Tyrel-Packard

TYREL PACKARD
MISSION FOR THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
—> PILOT SCHOOL
Advice: Steer clear of those who don’t have a goal in sight.  Save your money –it won’t really burn a hole in your pocket!

 Shawn-Patterson

SHAWN PATTERSON
FAYETTEVILLE STATE UNIVERSITY
Advice: Be confident in all that you do! Never give up!

Seth-Pope

SETH POPE
CENTRAL ARIZONA COLLEGE
—> ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
Advice: If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish any goal, even if your family life is difficult.

Logan-Porter

LOGAN PORTER
MISSION FOR THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
—> CHANDLER GILBERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Advice: You’ll never regret being more kind!

Ridge-Rieman

RIDGE RIEMAN
MISSION FOR THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
Advice: Be on time!

Hannah-Skousen

HANNAH SKOUSEN
BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
Advice: Join as many things as possible.  You are only in high school once and can’t go back!

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HANNAH ZAMORA
ART SCHOOL
Advice: Don’t do your work last minute.  If you do, make sure you get an A!

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JH AWARDS

English Department: 
6th Grade Award: Carson Polonus
7th Grade Award: Leah Lunceford
8th Grade Award: Melanie Briones

Science Department:
6th Grade Award: Noah Hettinger
7th Grade Award: Seth Skousen
8th Grade Award: Rebecca Glasgow

Math Department
6th Grade Award: Luke Mrosko
7th Grade Award: Carleigh Mrosko
8th Grade Award: Elise Densmore

History Department:

6th Grade Award: Lilly Mather
7th Grade Award: Abigail Trimmer
8th Grade Award: Alexandria Woodruff

Foreign Language: 
6th Grade Award: Lane Johnson
7th Grade Award: Nathan Hoos
8th Grade Award: Nathaniel Kinne

Performing Arts – Drama: 
Scholar 1: Alivia Steen
Scholar 2: Ethan Cahall

Performing Arts – Choir: 
Scholar 1: Angelina See
Scholar 2: Nathaniel Kinne

Performing Arts – Band/Orchestra: 
Scholar 1: Lilly Mather
Scholar 2: Nicholas Sclafani

Performing Arts – Dance:
Scholar 1: Evelyn Wilkinson
Scholar 2: Alejandro Guzman

Performing Arts – Ballroom Dance:
Scholar 1: Alexa Johnson
Scholar 2: Dexton Bushman

Fine Arts Department:
Scholar 1: Ulissa Garcia
Scholar 2: Weston Hardy

Martial Arts:
Scholar 1: Camylle Palmer
Scholar 2: Justin Maas

Physical Education:
Scholar 1: Tirza Cortes
Scholar 2: Robby Huffaker

Athlete of the Year Awards:
Male Scholar: Ajay Blakes
Female Scholar: Payton Duncan

Spirit of Heritage Award:
6th Grade Scholar: Braden Bauman
7th Grade Scholar: Aliviah Steen
8th Grade Scholar: Caleb Wedel

HS AWARDS

English Department:
Scholar 1: Jaemin Hill (9th)
Scholar 2: Peyton Gray (10th)
Scholar 3: Antony Gjika (11th)

English Department – Yearbook:
Scholar 1: Hannah Skousen

English Department – Creative Writing:
Scholar 1: Brooke Anderson

Foreign Language:

Scholar 1: Jon-Marco Stapleton (9th)
Scholar 2: Lily Cottam (9th)
Scholar 3: Peyton Gray (10th)

Science Department:
Scholar 1: Lucas Adams (10th)
Scholar 2: Caleb Weyrauch (11th)
Scholar 3: Tyler Kientzler (12th)

Math Department:
Scholar 1: Amor Juarez (10th)
Scholar 2: Nova Vogel (11th)
Scholar 3: Seth Pope (12th)

History Department:
Scholar 1: Hailey Stanley (9th)
Scholar 2: Molly Auer (11th)
Scholar 3: Patricia Morrison (12th)

Performing Arts – Drama:
Scholar 1: Sadie Titus
Scholar 2: Isaiah Evans

Performing Arts – Film Production:
Group Award
Scholar 1: Tanner Webster
Scholar 2: Sebastian Gralian
Scholar 3: Laila Burrow
Scholar 4: Russell Evans

Performing Arts – Choir:
Scholar 1: Ariana Rivera
Scholar 2: Tyler Trimmer

Performing Arts – Band/Orchestra:
Scholar 1: Sidnee Burrow
Scholar 2: Maxwell Cottam

Performing Arts – Dance:
Scholar 1: Makayla Thacker
Scholar 2: Treyden Hoffman

Performing Arts – Ballroom Dance:
Scholar 1: Emily Turik
Scholar 2: Christian Mylek

Fine Arts Department:
Scholar 1: Delaney Fortier
Scholar 2: Carlos Rochin De La Hoya

Fine Arts – Photography:
Scholar 1: Brecken Bogle

Martial Arts:
Scholar 1: Baily Martinez
Scholar 2: Lawson West

Physical Education:
Scholar 1: Sebastian Verdugo
Scholar 2: Sophia Holguin

Athlete of the Year Awards:
Male Scholar: Malik Charles
Female Scholar: Noahli Antone

Spirit of Heritage Awards:
9th Grade Scholar: Christian Mylek
10th Grade Scholar: Cienna West
11th Grade Scholar: Caleb Weyrauch
12th Grade Scholar: Tyler Kientzler

Senior Awards:
George Washington – Male or Female: Hannah Skousen
Abraham Lincoln – Male Only: Logan Porter
Dolly Madison – Female Only: Maritza Lopez Anton
Benjamin Franklin – Male or Female: Cal Huff

CONGRATULATIONS
to all of our

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RECIPIENTS! 

You all worked so hard and we are very proud of you!

If you feel your scholar should have received one of these awards and didn’t, please send an email to Mr. Halterman at bhalterman@heritageacademyaz.com and he will look into it.

grades

Final grades for the 2020-2021 school year are now available in PowerSchool.  All scholars will receive a 2020-2021 transcript via email on Monday, June 14th.

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL IS JULY 21st!!

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SUMMER UNIFORM SALE JUNE 14th – 16th!  

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THERE ARE (3) APPROVED UNIFORM VENDORS TO CHOOSE FROM:

1. DENNIS UNIFORMS – https://www.dennisuniform.com/schools/QHR (1-2 week delivery)

2. LANDS’ END – https://www.landsend.com/co/account/school-uniformsSchool Account # 900147471 (Under Mesa -District) (Check website for delivery times)

3. PRINTED DESERT – https://heritageacademyuniforms.com/  (Check website for delivery times)

UNIFORM GUIDELINES:

HERITAGE POLO – Red, White, or Blue must be purchased from an approved uniform vendor (Heritage Logo Required).

PANTS – Can be purchased anywhere as long as they meet the dress code standards (must be beige khaki lightest color option) or navy. No cargo pockets, loops, or leggings.  Cannot be ripped, torn, or frayed.

SKIRTS/DRESSES – MUST COME TO MIDDLE OF THE KNEE.  CHECK MEASUREMENTS OF SKIRT LENGTH FROM VENDORS BEFORE PURCHASING.  MOST OF THEM ARE NOT LONG ENOUGH.  Can be purchased anywhere as long as they meet the dress code standards (must be beige khaki lightest color option) or navy. Cannot be ripped, torn, or frayed.

SHORTS – Must be no shorter than four inches above the knee. Can be purchased anywhere as long as they meet the dress code standards (must be beige khaki lightest color option) or navy. No cargo pockets.  Cannot be ripped, torn, or frayed.

OUTERWEAR (Sweatshirts, Sweaters, Jackets) – Can be purchased anywhere as long as they meet the dress code standards (must be solid red, white, or navy blue with no large graphics or lettering. (Heritage Logo not required)

SPORTS/PE UNIFORM – Must be from one of the approved uniform vendors. (Lands’ End does not carry it).   Uniform consists of navy blue basketball shorts (HA Logo Required) and a solid red t-shirt (HA Logo Required).

MovingIf you are moving and/or transferring to another school, please complete this WITHDRAWAL FORM. You will need to return any books or checked out items to the school when you come to pick up/sign the withdrawal paperwork.  We will be back in the office starting June 7th to process the summer withdrawals.  Stop by the office Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 11:00 am to sign the paperwork.

COLLEGE CORNER

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Great News! As of today, Central Arizona College (CAC) has gone live with the signup link for Promise for the Future pledge form.

Click here www.centralaz.edu/promise to sign-up for Promise Today!

The signup period for 8th graders will be from April 1, 2021 through August 1, 2021, providing ample time for students and families to get online and complete their Promise pledge form.

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Due to the current social distancing requirements for COVID-19, CAC is actively working on scheduling several virtual online presentations on Zoom and we will send links out to those as soon as we get them.  

As a reminder:

  • Student enrollment into the program does not hold any student accountable for future enrollment at Central Arizona College, it is meant to provide every student affordable access to higher educational opportunities.
  •  All requirements of the program are to be fulfilled by high school graduation.
  • When enrolling into the program please be prepared to use a mailing address as well as personal email account.
  • Questions please email: promise@centralaz.edu<mailto:promise@centralaz.edu>

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As we continue to develop new processes for this year’s Promise for the Future enrollment,  Heritage Academy and CAC will share that information with parents and scholars as it comes available. The team here at Heritage Academy – Maricopa Campus and Central Arizona College highly value each of you and we appreciate your assistance during this new process.

Thank you and stay safe out there!

College-Prep

Has your high school scholar created a 4 year plan yet?

Heritage Academy offers advising to every scholar on campus. Mr. McCambridge will coach them along their college prep path, get them enrolled in college while in high school, and set up for future success!

Parents and scholars….. Do you have questions regarding College or high school planning?
Below is a list of topics that you may want to consider.

  • High school course selection
  • Early College Program – Dual enrollment, AP & CLEP
  • Earning an Associates Degree at Heritage Academy
  • ACT/SAT/PSAT (Which test and when?)
  • Financial Aid (Scholarships, Grants, Loans & FAFSA)

To schedule your appointment with Mr. McCambridge, please visit https://calendly.com/greg-mcca