Heritage High School

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  • Homecoming Club Carnvial and rally

    Don�t miss the Homecoming Club Carnival and Rally on Thursday 9/19! Carnival is 4:00-6:00 and all proceeds go to the clubs! The When you Wish upon a Homecoming Rally starts at 7:00 in the stadium! Come find out who wins royal court, meet your falls sports and clubs and cheer on your class!

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  • Homecoming Week - Show your Spirit

    Monday- Adventureland (Jungle/tropical) Tuesday- Tomorrowland (space/future/star wars), Wednesday- Frontierland (western/plaid), Thursday- Fantasyland (prince/princess or favorite Disney character), Friday- Heritage Main Street (CRAZY PATRIOT)! Get spirited and get scanned for 5 star points!

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  • Homecoming Dance

    Click the link for more information.

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  • Brentwood Parks & Recreation Survey

    Brentwood Parks and Recreation recently adopted an updated parks, trails, and recreation master plan. The city is looking for your input to help prioritize which services, programs and facilities residents and our youth would like to see in Brentwood. As a civic exercise with your children we encourage you to follow this link and complete this short survey.

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  • Senior Trip Wake Island

    �Be ready for your senior trip! 60$ gets you food (Beach Hut Deli), transportation and all the water fun you can handle at Wake Island. 60$ is great 2018 pricing for a top-notch 2020 class! Click the link for more IMPORTANT information!

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  • Senior Baby Ads for YEARBOOK

    Due 10/31. Click the link to order.

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  • Parents- Interested in serving on School Advisory Council?

    School Advisory Council is a group made up of teachers, classified staff, administrators, students, and parents whose main objective is to approve the school�s single site plan and also make recommendations based on the school�s goals. Please contact Hugh Bursch or Michelle Snyder at 925-634-0037 if interested in being put on the ballot and potentially serving on the Council.

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  • School Pictures: for ordering details click here

    Order Form

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  • Grad photos

    Class of 2019 Graduation photos can be viewed and ordered at: http://www.ciphotoca.com/heritage

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    Summer Bus Pass Info, Summer Bike Challenge, Walk & Roll...click the link for more infomation.

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  • Mission Statement

    Heritage High School is dedicated to empowering students to become life-long learners, committed to Honesty, Equality, Respect, Integrity, Trust, Achievement, Generosity and Excellence.  All classrooms will provide a student-centered, rigorous, relevant and innovative standards-based curriculum  developed in a professional learning community.  We are committed to prepare our students to be productive citizens in a global community using career academies, enhanced extracurricular activities, and instructional technology. 
    Vision Statement
    Heritage High School will create an effective cross-curricular professional learning community to promote the mastery of the common core standards.  Through collaboration, reflection and analysis of student learning, our PLC will ensure students achieve their academic potential in preparation for college and careers.  Staff members, students and parents will create a safe and supportive environment in which all students become productive life-long learners that impact the community in a positive way.  
    School-wide Learner Outcomes
    Academic Standards:

    Students will demonstrate academic proficiency by meeting the common core and state content standards in preparation for their post-secondary endeavors.

    Research and Technology:

    Students will demonstrate proficiency in using various resources and technology to conduct research, test hypotheses and solve problems.

    Critical Thinking:

    Students will demonstrate an ability to think critically and creatively, work collaboratively and independently, and take responsibility for their thoughts and actions.


    Students will develop effective communication skills through critical and reflective reading, writing, speaking and listening.


    Students will demonstrate an understanding of social responsibility and will respect diversity in the school community and the larger society.