Art teacher, Allie Benson, loves turning her classroom into a space for expression and relaxation from the pressures of everyday life. Her art room is also a place to build deeper relationships with her students—and talk to them about how faith in God “changes the way we do everything.”
Heritage News & Stories
Heritage is always buzzing with news and we hear so many stories of how God is using this school to impact the lives of everyone on campus. Check out some of those stories below. For more HCS news, follow us on Facebook!
Kim Everhart started out ministering to middle school girls as the soccer coach then moved to being a long-term substitute in the 7th grade Language Arts department in 2017.
Kathy Meyers coordinates the Middle School robotics teams, and works with grades 5-12 in various technology subjects. Under her supervision, students learn engineering design, modeling, and robotics automation with Project Lead the Way.
Teaching has always been a part of Chastity Martin’s life: from “teaching” her dolls as a child to homeschooling her own children to working with Heritage’s preschoolers. She says that her HCS students bring her such joy in life!
This Maundy Thursday, HCS will join Christian school leaders, teachers and students for a day of prayer. We are trusting God to move mightily in our schools, in our cities and across the globe. We believe Christian schools will serve as a pivot point in this great revival—a revival that must begin with prayer.
Congratulations to senior Jair Adams on being named a 2018 First Generation Hope Scholar! Each of the young men and women who received this award are determined to become the first in their family to graduate from college.
Kaleigh Bennett teaches the age that she realized her love of learning: First Grade! She also leads the kindergarten and first grade Math Pentathlon club and participates as an elementary mentor teacher for the tutoring program.
Heritage Christian Robotics had an amazing day last Saturday at Lucas Oil Stadium competing in the Robotics State Championship. Here are some of the results...
Holyn Jacobson has been a part of the Heritage community since 2005—first as a student (Class of 2012), and now as the STEM teacher for the 5th and 6th grade and elementary school.
For those of you who missed last Friday's Flourish Pops Concert, we want to share some of the performances so you can appreciate the wonderful talent we have within the Heritage Fine Arts world.