The Spring 2018 issue of our Messenger Magazine has just arrived! Check it out for an update on the latest events and activities happening at Heritage and to learn more about what makes HCS one of the top performing private schools in the country.
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!
Join us in congratulating our go-kart team for their performance in yesterday's evGrand Prix competition at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway! WISH-TV recently visited HCS to highlight our go-karting program. Check out the story here (with special appearance from HCS alum Conor Daly).
Monday night our Varsity Baseball team pulled out a 6-2 win over Cathedral to win the city tournament title! Check out this article from IndyStar about the game...
On May 8th, Mr. Al Leinbach, took to Facebook to ask HCS alumni to leave notes of encouragement for their former teachers. The facebook post has over 80 comments from alumni thanking Heritage teachers (past and present) for the investment that was made in them at HCS. We've gathered together some of the best comments here.
Earlier this week, several of our HCS Robotics teams from High School, Middle School and Elementary competed in Louisville, Kentucky at the VEX Robotics World Championships. Here are the results...
The HCS PE/Wellness Department was awarded a grant from the CIBA-Central Indiana Bicycling Association, and partnered with Bicycle Garage Indy (BGI) to purchase 13 bicycles and 1 recumbent trike.
Any HCS student or alumnus on campus will immediately recognize Mary Lou Cooper. She sent her first child to HCS 40 years ago and has been on staff for over 30 years. She has built an extensive legacy at Heritage and impacted countless students who came up through the elementary school.
Congratulations to senior Angela Zhang, who was recently named one of the 2018 Indiana Academic All-Stars! Angela was selected from a field of 275 outstanding nominees from the state’s private and public accredited schools.
Before her first year of college, Allie Rogers worked with Young Life as a middle school camp leader and while there, found her calling to the educational field. She has continued with this age group and now serves the HCS community by teaching 7th grade science and pre-algebra.
We've had several Heritage athletes sign to play at the collegiate level this year. Here's a look back on all the signings we've celebrated so far.