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Heritage Christian Elementary School



The program and curriculum for elementary education at Heritage strives to provide each student with the opportunity to grow academically, spiritually, socially, and physically. Curriculum is Christ-centered, integrating faith and values into all subjects. Elementary students wear a K-8th grade school uniform to help keep distractions to a minimum and encourage a strong academic focus.


  • Use of multiple quality curriculum sources

  • Review of curriculum for continuous improvement

  • Math, Reading, and Speech labs for students needing additional assistance

  • Computer education classes as part of regular curriculum

  • Music and art classes taught and practiced at all ages

  • Field trips designed with education and hands-on learning in mind

  • Mid-quarter progress reports

  • Scheduled parent-teacher conferences twice each year

  • Weekly communication between teachers, school, and parents, including weekly classroom newsletter

  • Opportunities to participate in speech meets, math contests, spelling bees, fine arts, musical programs, dramatic performances, and more


  • Weekly Chapel services for K-8, including each classroom leading a Chapel service once a year

  • Classroom prayer and sharing of prayer requests

  • Weekly Scripture memory

  • Daily Bible class as a core subject

  • Bible clubs and competitions for students

  • An integrated curriculum that incorporates Biblical principles and truths into other academic subjects

  • Classroom discipline policies to promote student development of self-control, character, orderliness, and efficiency

Physical Growth

  • Weekly physical education classes allow students to learn the basics of golf, volleyball, whiffle ball, kickball, baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey, and more.

  • Supervised outdoor and indoor recess

  • Free nutritious breakfast and lunch provided daily to all students

  • School nurse services available


  • Weekly assigned duties in classrooms to encourage responsibility, leadership, and discipline

  • Group or partner work to develop collaboration, accountability, and teamwork

  • Supervised lunch in the cafeteria where students have time to interact more informally

  • Welcome involvement and volunteerism of parents and grandparents

  • After-school clubs and activities to develop friends with common interests.

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