We recently got to know new HCS teacher Lori MuCullough. She joined the Heritage family in 2016 as a substitute teacher and now serves as one of our Prep-K teachers in our Early Childhood Education program.
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!
On Friday, Miss Sweet's kindergarten class, Mrs. Waplington's 3rd grade class, and our Prep-K students held a surprise party for faculty and staff (and even a few parents!) who are veterans. Students saluted them and presented them with cards to show their appreciation for their service!
Kindergartener Noah Terrell was recently featured in a newsletter for Grace Church. Noah was featured for their "Vision Story of the Week" because of a bold interaction he had while at swim practice.
Beth Cardozo is well known and well loved around HCS. She's a grad, a mom to 3 girls who are all at HCS, and she now works here as an Instructional Coordinator.
We invite you to see HCS in action by attending one or more of these upcoming events:
• Open House
• Welcome Wednesday
• Student Shadow
The Fall 2017 issue of our Messenger Magazine has just arrived! Check it out for an update on the latest events and activities happening at Heritage as well as a message from CEO, Jeff Freeman.
For twenty-six years, ESS Director Julie Hight has shepherded and developed the group’s vision: to offer support and resources for students with learning differences and to give them every opportunity to thrive in the Heritage academic environment.
With only 38 seconds left in the nail-biting 2016 Monon Bell Classic game, thousands of DePauw University football fans leapt to their feet in excited anticipation. They held their collective breath as Tigers’ quarterback, Matt Hunt (HCS 2013), snapped a decisive, 13-yard pass to his younger brother, Andy (HCS 2015).
For parents Sam and Danelle King, Heritage’s fine arts emphasis was part of their initial draw to the school when they first enrolled their oldest son, Ethan, in kindergarten over 12 years ago. Since then, every child in this family of 11 has enrolled at HCS and is learning more and more about their own musical talents.
Fulfilling the school’s mission of equipping students for workforce and ministry opportunities in their future means providing them with relevant and progressive learning approaches today. In a plethora of ways, Heritage is making STEM an integral part of the academic excellence for which the school is well known.