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Heritage Christian High School

9th - 12th Grade

Heritage Christian School is located in Indianapolis, IN.

Heritage Christian High School offers a rigorous college preparatory curriculum focusing on academic excellence and spiritual development. Our faculty and staff are committed to biblical integration of the subject matter, while also investing in the discipleship of students. Graduates of Heritage Christian High School are well prepared academically and spiritually to serve and lead after high school.

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High School Academic Options

While academic preparation is a clear priority at Heritage, we employ a holistic approach to education that incorporates spiritual instruction into our academic training. The focus on integrating exceptional academics and college readiness with a biblical worldview speaks to the excellence at Heritage. At Heritage, we do not have to sacrifice one to get the other.

Programs & Course Offerings

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 for detailed information about our course offerings. 

Advanced Courses:
Honors, AP, and Dual Credit

All classes at HCS are considered to be college preparatory. However, there are three types of courses that are more advanced: Honors, AP, and Dual Credit. Each of these courses are weighted in GPA calculations. For more information about the differences in these types of courses, see the pages linked above.

Early College Academy Program (eCAP)

eCAP is an “add-on” certificate designed to further prepare students for the rigor of university work and increase a student’s high school profile for college admission. eCAP is an advanced HCS college prep certificate that requires students to earn the Academic Honors Diploma plus take at least 10 AP /DC courses or the equivalent of 30 college credits.

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Inside Our High School: 4 Class Snapshots

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Guidance Services

The role of Guidance Services is to support students and families as they navigate high school course curriculum choices and the college/career search process. Our students are assigned a counselor for individualized guidance and assistance throughout high school.
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Educational Support Services

Educational Support Services acknowledges learning differences and provides a variety of programs, intervention strategies, and teaching methods to meet the learning needs and challenges of exceptional children.
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Interterm Week

We set aside one week in March to explore possibilities, cultivate unique talents, and sharpen skills. Freshmen and sophomores complete special classes. Juniors participate in an internship or job-shadowing experience. Seniors take an exciting week-long trip to New York.

Fine Arts

At Heritage, the arts are a core part of the curriculum. High school students have several fine arts class options to choose from in music, theater, and visual arts.
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HCS participates as a member of the IHSAA in a variety of sports for high school student-athletes.
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Extracurricular Opportunities

Extracurricular opportunities for high school students include: Robotics, Mock Trial, student government, National Honor Society, and more!


In the high school, we continue our desire to teach, mentor and train students to be lifelong followers of Jesus Christ. Our goal is for our students to not only be prepared academically to enter the next stage of life, but that they would also understand what it means to know and follow God and be equipped to articulate that in a world that doesn't understand.
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At Heritage, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) is an integral part of the academic excellence for which the school is well known. High school students have opportunities to participate in STEM classes and other initiatives.
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Resource Period

Resource period is time set aside during the school day for students to use for a variety of activities, all without interrupting the normal flow of a school day. Students can receive additional instruction from a teacher and/or make up a missing assignment or test. This is also a time for students to participate in clubs, bible studies, meet with college/university representatives that are visiting, or for various departments to hold school-wide meetings.

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