We are gearing up for testing next week. The scholars and teachers have been working tirelessly to be prepared. Our A rating for the school is due in large part to the scholars efforts on these tests and I know they will do their very best to help maintain and even surpass last years efforts.
This is the first year we will be able to use the ACT and PSAT tests in place of the AzMerit tests for high school. Junior High will still take the Aims and AzMerit tests this year. Remember that the ACT can be sent to up to 4 colleges and universities as part of the admissions process.
Rest up over the weekend and come to school fresh and prepared to show everyone what awesome scholars you are!
Orchestra auditions for the 2019-2020 school year are occurring now!
If you would like to have your incoming scholar audition for an orchestra ensemble,
please contact Mrs. Alston at email@example.com
There is a place for all string players here at Heritage!!
Are you interested in helping better our school? Would you like to know what’s happening and help shape the activities to support our teachers and students? Can you spend an hour or two once a month (3rd Tuesdays, 7 pm) to meet together as a board?
Heritage PTO is looking for more parent volunteers to serve on our PTO board for 2019-2020 school year. If you’d like to add your voice and talents to help us serve our teachers and students, please email us by March 26th at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Now accepting applications for the 2019/20 school year.
All applications must be complete in order to be eligible for a seat offer. The lottery has been run and invitations have been sent.
If you need help scanning in your documents, please bring them to the office and we will be happy to scan them for you. There are also scanning aps available for most smartphones. Don’t hesitate to call (480-969-5641), email (email@example.com) or come in if you need help or have questions.
NOTE: only NEW scholars need to apply. Current scholars are all set for next school year!
Do you have questions regarding College planning?
Schedule your appointment now
with Mrs. Weiler, the Director of College Relations
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College Planning Meetings
Parents and scholars, do you have questions regarding College planning? Below is a list of topics that you may want to consider. Schedule your appointment now with our Director of College Relations. Sign Up Here
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)
Earn an Associates Degree at Heritage Academy!
Do you want to learn how to maximize your early college credits?
How about ways to save time and money toward your bachelor’s degree?
The Success Coach from Rio Salado College can provide a personalized student support system for information, advice, and encouragement. They can recommend which courses to take, ensure you are taking them in the right order, and answer any questions you have along the way.
Appointments are available every other Monday (2:00-4:00 pm) February through April. SIGN UP HERE. Please contact Anna Weiler at 480-390-4381 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Would you like to use your Arizona Tax Credit to help a scholar attend the Dance & Music Tour to Hawaii this Spring? Click HERE to learn more!
Welcome to the new Heritage Academy College Resource Facebook page!
Scholars and families that follow will receive information, such as, upcoming events, dual enrollment, scholarship opportunities/deadlines, ACT/SAT testing dates/tips, College and University information, FAFSA, community service opportunities, college/job application tips, 7-12 yearly checklist reminders, etc.
To connect and receive valuable information that pertains to EVERYTHING college related click HERE .
ACE Puente participants are recruited in their sophomore year of high school. Students take hybrid and online college courses while in their junior and senior years, allowing them to graduate with up to 24 college credits. All completely FREE! For more information visit ACE INFO or contact Mrs. Weiler email@example.com
As the digital age continues to grow, we realize the importance of keeping your scholars safe while using the computers at school.
The Acceptable Use Policy was reviewed with your scholar during English class on Wednesday and Thursday. In addition, they were sent home with a form requiring signatures (Click HERE for the form). Please review the policies and have your scholar return the signed document next week.
Contact Dr. Moore or Ms. Seaman if you have any questions.