The Heritage Academy Chapter of the National Honor Society held its Spring Induction and Officer Installation on Wednesday, April 29, 2015. The NHS is the nation’s oldest, largest, and most prestigious student recognition program. The standards of membership include scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Four students were selected by the Faculty Council for completing their […]
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The students in Mrs. Sklarin’s Statistics classes had fun with probability and simulation on Friday, April 24. We simulated a family of five with Skittles to see which combinations of boys and girls were most likely. We shook the Skittles and if they landed “S” up it was a girl. As expected two or three […]
We are happy to celebrate with our “Pennies for Patients” winning classes! Mr. Costaksis’ 3rd block and Mr. Powell’s 6th block classes earned the honor of collecting the most change, over $100 each. Their prizes are a Pizza Party and a Bronze Champion Banner! The generosity of our students will shine on through the Leukemia […]
The students in Mrs. Sklarin’s Algebra 2 class, the Wednesday before the RBC Heritage Golf Tournament, found themselves working hard. They completed the lesson and the homework. To celebrate, I gave them each a challenge problem to complete on the board. They met the challenge and still had a smile. I hope they enjoy the […]
The students in Mrs. Sklarin’s Precalculus class have started their unit on Trigonometry. After memorizing the unit circle the students are starting on the graphs of the trigonometric functions. We enjoyed discussing the differences and similarities of each function as we graphed them all on our whiteboards. Then each student chose a function to graph […]
Mrs. Sklarin’s Algebra 2 class had fun creating faces with conic sections Friday. The students explored how important the foci are to draw each conic section with pins and string.
Mrs. Sklarin’s statistics classes began their unit on experiments. They are learning about how control, randomness, and replication are used in conducting experiments. They are also investigating how “equal treatment for all,” is all about the details. This week they took to the outdoors with paper helicopters they made in class. The made two helicopters; […]
The Heritage Academy National Honor Society organized the “Pennies for Patients” service project in conjunction with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, for the month of March. The students and staff embraced the project and were very generous this year. NHS members made posters, announcements, heartfelt pitches in classrooms, and daily collections from 3rd and 6th […]
Today the students in Mrs. Barbour’s afternoon Geometry class finally understood their “PROOFS.” No one was more excited than Won Jun!
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) Pennies for Patients service project is underway at Heritage Academy. Leukemia is the most common cancer in children, adolescents and young adults younger than 20 years and it causes more deaths than any other cancer among this age group. Thanks to LLS funded research and the fundraising effort of […]
So proud of alum Stephanie Meadow!!! Stellar woman, athlete, student. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted December 14, 2018 ·
From our Heritage Academy family to each of you...Happy Holidays! ... See MoreSee Less
Posted December 14, 2018 ·
A wonderful day to highlight the semester--scholar-athletes signing to play college sports! The best in the nation graduate Heritage-style! Congratulations to Ryohei, Chloe, Madison, Katharina, Jack, Kotaro, Chase, Vikash, Ty, Felix, Cynthia, Ava, and Hoshi. 13 early signers = 41% of senior class + 2 PGs, and more to sign in the spring. Reaching dreams...it's what students do here. These soon-to-be collegiate superstars are on their way! So proud! ... See MoreSee Less
Posted December 10, 2018 ·