United States History Students Study the Prelude to the Constitution


Students in Mr. Zawacki’s United States History class are studying the background of the United States Constitution. Anna Letto and Angela Aung explain the benefits of the Land Ordinances of 1785 and 1787 and Shays Rebellion. These were preludes to the establishment of the Continental Congress of May 1787.

Accountability Reaps Rewards

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Accountability leads to success for the Heritage students and teacher recognized at today’s assemblies. The Heritage community was thrilled to recognize James Brighton (AM Underclassman), Harry Brown (PM Underclassman), Brook Schafer (Middle School), Yuki Nakayama (PM Senior), Nick Russell (AM Senior), and Mrs. Kathy Seyalioglu (Teacher) as Heritage’s February Students and Teacher of the Month. Congratulations to all!

Tolerance is Rewarding for Students of the Month

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Georgi, Michael, Sam, Prince, Kevin, and Mrs. Wynne proudly display their awards for Tolerance! Congrats to the winners! We thank them for setting a fine example for all of us at Heritage Academy!

Advanced Placement United States History Debaters


The following Advanced Placement United States History students were involved in a debate on the Founders of American Industry. The question debated was: “Robber Barons or Captains of Industry”. The debaters pictured are: Noah Corbitt,, Clayton North, Arthur Yeager, Meredith Langs, Colton Tanner, Will White and Christopher McCorkendale. The Industrialists studied were John D. Rockefeller, Cornelius Vanderbilt, Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford, J.P. Morgan, Thomas Edison, Gustavus Swift and Philip Armour.