• 8/25 – DOLLARS FOR DUDS –  (See Post for Details)

  • 8/25 – PANDA EXPRESS PTO FUNDRAISER – 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM (See Post for Details)



  • 9/2 – WATER DAY – 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM (See Post for Details)

  • 9/14 – PICTURE RETAKES (See Post for Details)

  • 9/17 – MAKING OF AMERICA SEMINAR – 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM (See Post for Details)



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.



THURSDAY, August 25th

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 cargo pants or shorts; no pants or shorts that are ripped or torn; 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.


We are always looking to stream line our drop off and pick up lines.  Less cars coming through will help.  Please consider carpooling.

Looking for a carpool?  Try posting it to the PTO FACEBOOK PAGE.



Scholar council is hosting a field day on

September 2nd from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM on the field.

Admission will be $2.00 during lunch, and $5.00 at the door.

Join us for kickball and relay games!


Important Graduation Information from Heritage Academy Maricopa

Dear Graduating class of 2023!

Welcome to your senior year! My name is Alan Daniels. My wife, Robin Daniels, and I are responsible for planning graduation and helping you have the best experience possible. In preparation for this, we will have two important events. These meetings are required. Below are the dates and times, please add them to your calendars.

  •  Graduation expectation meeting: Thursday, Sept 1st from 7-8 pm – in the gym.
  •  Jostens order event: Tuesday, Sept 13th from 4-7 pm – in room 208.
Thank you,

Mr. Daniels

Our Senior Class of 2023 met at in the early hours for their Senior Sunrise!  Thank you to all of the staff and scholars that helped make it possible!

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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.





Picture Retakes: Wednesday, September 14th
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Picture Retakes will be Wednesday, September 14th.  All scholars will be required to be in Heritage uniform for pictures.  Please make sure your scholar’s hair, facial hair, and uniform meet Heritage standards to ensure they will have their photo taken.



Registration has opened for the Fine Arts Retreat!

This retreat is held at Emmanuel Pines Camp in Prescott Arizona and is designed to connect 8th through 12th grade scholars from all Heritage campuses, provide an educational retreat away from the normal school environment, and participate in daily intense workshops to learn new repertoire. Your scholars are challenged to develop strong character as they unite to create a fantastic show for friends and family. Heritage will offer the following intensive workshops:

Intensive programs offered:
➢ Art
➢ Full Orchestra (Band, Strings, Percussion)
➢ Piano II
➢ Musical Theatre
➢ Ballroom
➢ Dance
➢ Yearbook/Photography
➢ Tech Crew (lighting & sound)
➢ Vocal Jazz
➢ Drama

The Fine Arts Retreat is for all scholars in 8th through 12th grade, will be held from January 11 -14 and costs $285.This price includes transportation, meals, intensive workshops, extracurricular activities, and lodging at the camp.  AZ Tax Credit can be used to pay for this! Payment will be due in two installments.

$140 due September 23, 2022
$145 due December 1, 2022

If you are interested in having your scholar participate, please fill out the form attached below. Space is limited! For more information, please email Mrs. Wilson. (

Fine Arts Retreat Registration Website:


Athletics Packet & Physical:

If your scholar is on a sports team, they need to complete a sports physical and the athletic packet.  Both can be found on our ATHLETICS SITE.  They will be ineligible to compete until these forms are turned in.

Grade Checks:

Heritage Academy holds high academic standards for their athletes.  To be considered academically eligible for competitive play, scholars must be passing all classes with a 70% or higher.

We will conduct a grade check next week to review eligibility.  Our coaches are constantly reviewing grades and are willing to work with the scholars in any way to help them improve their grades.  Scholars should be advocating for themselves by discussing opportunities for tutoring or turning in late work if it is allowed by class policy.

Fall Season Underway!

JH Fall sports have started.  We one saw some great wins for our JH Girls Volleyball team and our JH Coed Soccer teams.  High school games start this coming week.  We have home games for volleyball on Wednesday (8/24), soccer on Thursday (8/25), and our home opener for varsity football on Saturday (8/27).  There is no admission fee for volleyball games IF you wear a RED HERITAGE SHIRT.  We do change for parking for home football games.

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This week in Mrs. Sims’ 7th grade science class the scholars were practicing measurement in science. They determined the volume and mass of crayons and rocks. They measured Kleenex boxes and their tables using a meter stick. In addition, they learned how to use triple beam balance scales and how to read the levels of granulated cylinders.
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Artwork done by our creative heroes last week. Scholars in Mr. Jimenez’s class were taught additional creative and effective techniques for creating a rose drawing. These were drawn with 4B graphite pencils, and an emphasis was placed on the elements LINE, SPACE, SHAPE, and the principal of CONTRAST. Each drew the same rose; however, each looks different because everyone had their own interpretation of that image. They have all developed/discovered their artistic style already!

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Mrs. Miller’s 6th grade Citizenship class providing a great service of cleaning the gym floors before the first Volleyball games of the season!

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Seniors in Mrs. Daniels Citizenship Class met with the Jr. High during lunch this week and passed out fun stickers to them.

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Scholars in Master Feiles’s Class made notes of support and encouragement to hospitalized children.

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In Mrs. Sim’s Citizenship Class made dog tug toys for the local dogs in the animal shelter out of old rags and blankets.

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Mrs. Ford’s class heart attacked our new Registrar’s office for Melody Hunsaker and said goodbye to Mrs. Hoffman.



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


Mandatory Meeting Dates 

City Events and Volunteer Opportunities



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



Course fees for all FIRST SEMESTER classes are now PAST DUE! 

As a reminder, our course fees are for the class, not the sport.  Even if your scholar is not playing on a competitive team, you are still responsible for paying the course fee as is listed on the course request form completed at registration.

2022-2023 COURSE FEES

MySchoolBucks is our payment system for course fees and to make purchases through the school store.

To create your account go to and follow these instructions:

  1. Click “Sign Up Free”
  2. Follow the step by step instructions to add our school and your scholars to your account.  Our district is Heritage Academy Inc.  
  3. Click on “School Store” on the top menu bar for a list of options.

  1. If you click on “Store Home” it will take you to where you can purchase items like a parking permit, pay your PTO dues, or rent your choir robes.
  2. If you click on “School Invoices” this is where your current course fees and end of year school balances from last year will be listed.  You will be able to make a payment right through this system!
  3. We only accept online payments.  No cash or checks will be accepted.


No invoices?  You must add your scholars to your account.  Click the profile icon and select “My Students.”  You may also need to add Heritage Academy as a new district if you another school on your account that uses myschoolbucks.



Khaki pants need to be cream, beige, or khaki in color (according to the chart below).  The colors that are crossed out in red are not approved.



We have a large number of forgotten lunches that are being dropped off at campus.  Please limit this as much as possible and remind your scholars before they leave the house, to grab their lunch.  NO OUTSIDE FOOD (fast food or delivery) is allowed.  The school does not provide a lunch if your scholar forgets.




  1. Change your scholars grade level under your profile.
  2. Communicate with your scholar if you ordered lunch for them so they know to pick it up.
  3. If a lunch is ordered and not picked up during lunch time, it will be donated.
  4. If your scholar is absent, cancel the order or contact the front office if you want it saved by 10:00 am, otherwise it will be donated.
  5. If you want a friend to pick up your lunch, it must be communicated to the front office by 10:00 am so the records can be updated.