Our school year has finished! Congratulations to all our students, families and teachers for completing this unique year. We pray that all our families will have a healthy and blessed summer break. Finishing the race is a metaphor that the Apostle Paul uses. II Timothy 4:7 says, "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." He's referring to the most important race of life, which is to be a follower of Christ, but we are also finishing the race of this extraordinary 2019-20 school year.
Our school year has finished!
Congratulations to all of our students, families, and teachers for completing this unique season of distance learning.
We pray that all of our families will have a healthy and blessed summer break.
Thank you for being part of the Heritage family!
As Indiana rolls out its five-part reopening plan, we are excited about our own return to on-campus education. While life on campus may feel different with increased health safety procedures and other appropriate operational changes, I want to assure you that it is our intent to safely reopen this August.
The health safety of our campers and staff is our top priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. After reviewing the state's phased reopening plans, Heritage has made the difficult decision to cancel all 2020 summer camps. If you registered your student for a camp, a refund will be issued to the original form of payment.
These are challenging times. This current pandemic will influence a generation. In its midst, what role will we play as a Christian school and community of Christ-followers? How will we impact and influence this generation? More than ever, this is a time for creativity, perseverance, and wisdom. I believe God has given us this opportunity to serve His Kingdom in new ways. Let me share some thoughts about our path forward.
As our unique school year continues, we want to make you aware of important scheduling and academic news.
From grief and uncertainty to hope and vision ... that is the story of the death and resurrection of Christ. The events leading up to his death and resurrection undoubtedly filled Jesus’ disciples and followers with unimaginable uncertainty and grief. His closest followers would not fully understand the fulfillment of both Old Testament prophecy and Jesus own prophetic words until after his resurrection, when he dwelt among them. It wasn’t until then that they finally understood the promises of God. It wasn’t until then that their grief turned to hope.
In conjunction with Governor Holcomb's April 2 media briefing directing all schools to remain closed through end of semester, Heritage Christian is announcing that it will comply and keep its campus closed, continuing distance learning through the end of semester.
We want you to know that we have been working tirelessly to provide school continuity and effective academic delivery. Click here for the guiding strategic principles established for the school's response plan.