Heritage Christian High School offers a rigorous college preparatory curriculum focusing on academic excellence and spiritual development. Faculty and staff are committed to biblical integration of the subject matter, while also investing in the discipleship of students. Many teachers are involved in extracurricular activities, impacting student life beyond the classroom. Graduates of Heritage Christian High School are well prepared academically and spiritually to serve and lead after high school.
Heritage Christian High School offers a diversified college preparatory curriculum. These classes are carefully designed to provide the necessary academic foundation as a student moves from 9th to 12th grade. View our Course Descriptions Book for detailed information about our course offerings.
Students may take a variety of Honors, Advanced Placement (AP) or dual-credit courses in preparation for graduation. Annually, 65-75 percent of Heritage students take AP exams. Learn more.
High School students may also focus on studies in one of our 6 specialized Academy programs that provide focused course planning toward specific college and career choices. Completion of academy requirements results in special recognition at graduation and on the student’s transcript. Learn more.
Internships, Job Shadowing, and J-Term
One week every year, our junior and senior students job-shadow or intern in an area of interest. This experience is designed to give students a firsthand look at careers or ministries they may be interested in pursuing. Freshmen and sophomores complete special J-term classes during this time, allowing each student to explore gifts and interests that may fall outside of traditional college-prep academics.
Accomplishments and Achievements
Over the last several years, Heritage Christian School has produced over 30 Merit Scholarship Qualifiers, several Indiana Academic All-Stars, a couple of perfect ACT scores and over $25 million in scholarship offers. The last few graduating classes contain BEPKO scholars, Lilly scholars, an IU Wells scholar, and 115 AP scholars.
Extracurricular opportunities have previously included National Honors Society, Robotics, Mock Trial, Student Ambassadors Club, Young Life, Student Council, and more.
Heritage has transitioned its curriculum from learning about technology to learning with technology. Students actively use technology to solve problems, research and manage projects.
View our High School Profile for more information about our academic programs.