Now that homecoming is over we are moving onto planning for events during the second quarter and one of the big ones is the Brentwood Bowl. Heritage hosts Liberty on 11/5 and pre-sales for the Brentwood Bowl shirt start today and end Friday 10/1Shirts are available for sale online at the HHS webstore and can be picked up the week of 10/25 in the student store. Shirts are long sleeved and cost $25.00..
Please arrive at the stadium by 8:00 a.m. All students must wear school appropriate attire. This is a late start day, so make sure you are there early and on time to be in the photo.
Heritage High School is dedicated to empowering all students to become life-long learners, committed to Honesty, Equality, Respect, Integrity, Trust, Achievement, Generosity and Excellence. All learning environments will provide a safe, student-centered, rigorous, relevant and engaging standards-based curriculum developed in a collaborative learning community. Heritage is committed to supporting social-emotional growth while preparing students to be productive citizens in the global and local community using career academies, enhanced extracurricular activities, and instructional technology.
Heritage High School will create an effective and dynamic cross-curricular learning community that promotes the mastery of state content standards. Through collaboration, analysis, and reflection of the whole student, the entire staff will ensure students achieve their academic and personal potential in preparation for life beyond high school. Staff members, students and the school community will work together to create a safe, supportive and inclusive environment in which all students become productive life-long learners who impact the global community in a positive way.
Students will demonstrate academic proficiency by meeting state content standards in preparation for their post-secondary college and career goals.
Research and Technology:
Students will demonstrate proficiency and responsibility using various resources and technology to communicate, conduct research, test hypotheses and solve problems.
Students will demonstrate an ability to think critically, creatively, and analytically, as well as work collaboratively and independently taking responsibility for their thoughts and actions.
Students will develop effective professional and diverse communication skills, through critical and reflective reading, writing, speaking and listening activities.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of social responsibility and will exhibit respect towards a diverse school community and the larger society.
3:30 PM Girls Tennis vs Deer Valley
5:30 PM Frosh Football vs Amador Valley
4:30 PM JV Football at De Anza
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Improv Show - with Teachers
7:00 PM Varsity Football at De Anza