Category: School Events

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We Rank at the Top for RESPECT

We are pleased to award five students and two teachers recognition for outstanding and consistent show of respect in class and passion area.  The concept of respect centers on how one feels about and treats another person..and him or herself too. Such an important core quality is valuable currency to have and to share in life. Congratulations to Saera Kanda, Shunsuke Omura, Tiana...

5 NCAA Early Signers Shine!
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5 NCAA Early Signers Shine!

Five Heritage seniors signed letters of intent to compete on NCAA Div. I or Div II golf teams for Fall 2015.  Heritage Academy hosted this capstone event as a recognition and celebration of scholarship and athleticism. Congratulations to five standouts who had a strategically-planned path to success in the college prep classroom and on the links. Ruling the fairways...

October Students and Teacher of the Month
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October Students and Teacher of the Month

For the month of October, Heritage Academy honors five students and a teacher for their consistent display of ethical behavior on and off campus.  For knowing what’s right and for standing up for “right” we salute you. They are: Seniors Arthur Yeager and Kota Nishimura; underclassmen Leo Hernandez and Jenny Zhu; middle school student Kevin Pierre;...

World Geography Field Trip
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World Geography Field Trip

World Geography students (high school & middle school) participated in three  Earth in Space programs during a visit to  Georgia Southern University’s planetarium.  It was a great visual  interactive learning experience for everyone.  Afterwards, the Heritage students enjoyed lunch in the campus food court and a guided tour of the college campus.  All in all,...

AP Lit Class Goes to the Theatre!
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AP Lit Class Goes to the Theatre!

Visiting with one of the actors after viewing a performance of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie, a Lean Ensemble Production.  Heritage’s own Jenny Zmarzly played the pivotal role of Amanda Wingfield, which made the evening even more meaningful for us.  The play was an introduction  to our study of  Williams’  A Streetcar Named Desire.