Carol Lamke didn’t always plan on being a teacher. Her education is in Speech Pathology with a minor in Instrumental and Vocal Music. She now serves the Heritage community as a second and third grade aid.
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!
Mrs. Goossen found her love of literature—and her faith in Christ—while in college. After receiving her degree in English Literature, she planned on continuing in academia and becoming a college professor, but God had other plans.
Denise began to work at Heritage in 2013 with the students in our ABCare program and then transitioned to working with our preschool students.
After attending the UC Santa Barbara, Betsey Taylor spent her career at public schools and homeschool groups both in California and Indiana. She now works at Heritage as the Instructional Coordinator for the Director of Academic Innovation.
This week the Department of Education announced that Heritage was an Indiana Advanced Placement Award recipient.
Years ago, four women shared their first brown-bag lunch in a small, upper level Heritage gymnasium room, preparing Jog-A-Thon packets. Those same four friends, now in their 50s, recently gathered on a January afternoon, still sharing lunches and their hearts. The story of how their bonds of friendship originated is a testament to the unexpected blessings that occur when parents become involved with PTF (Parent Teacher Fellowship).
You're invited to the 2018 Eagle Golf Classic on Thursday, September 27th at River Glen Country Club. This annual event supports Educational Support Services through the Heritage Fund, providing life-changing scholarships for deserving Heritage students.
Last week, Heritage's Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF) was able to donate $10,000 to the Heritage Fund using the proceeds from this year's Jog-A-Thon event!
This teacher is a familiar face to anyone who has been through High School at Heritage. Erik Smith, our high school director of guidance, has dedicated a life of service to the HCS community - first as a math teacher then in his current role in the guidance office.
For high school history teacher and head high school baseball coach Dan Ambrose, Heritage hits close to home. His four children all currently attend HCS—one in elementary school, one in intermediate school, and two in high school.