Heritage High School

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  • Senior Swag Alert!

    “Seniors, your second delivery of senior merchandise is in. Come to D-109 September 18th before school and after school with your student I.D. Get your merchandise, and enjoy the homecoming festivities.”

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  • Patriot Financial Aid Workshop

    on Tuesday, September 24th at 7 pm, in the Heritage Theater. Are you a senior that has questions about the College Financial Aid process? What is the FAFSA and Dream Act? Do I need to complete the CSS Profile? Am I eligible for Grants and Loans? How do I apply for Scholarships? Then mark your calendar and attend the Our special guest Kaitlyn Goslinga the Assistant Director of Financial Literacy and Outreach from the University of the Pacific - Office of Financial Aid will provide all the answers to your questions.

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  • FIRE DRILL- Bell Schedule Change!!

    As part of state law public schools are required to have a certain number and type of safety drills each school year. On Tuesday, September 24th we will be holding a routine campus wide fire drill. In order to evenly distribute instructional minutes and hold an effective drill, we will be using a modified bell schedule. Please refer to this bell schedule if your student has a morning or afternoon unscheduled period on A days. Daily school start time at 8:15 am and dismissal at 3:00 pm will not change.

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  • College Night

    Please Click the Link for the informational flyer

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  • BVAL Admission and Facility Guidelines

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  • School Store

    Purchase your HHS swag here.

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  • Senior Baby Ads for YEARBOOK

    Due 10/31. Click the link to order.

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  • Coffee with the Principal

    Coffee with the Principal dates: August 21, 2019 - Willy's Bagels 5 pm November 6, 2019 - Chill 9 am April 22, 2020 - Chill 9 am

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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.