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Discipleship in Intermediate School

Through chapel, Bible class, and various programs in the intermediate school, our students are able to identify how God has made them and what they're good at. They are then given opportunities to serve within the Heritage community based on those gifts. This pulls together our goals to teach, mentor and train these students in a way that helps them understand how God wants them to use their gifts to love Him and love other people.

Intermediate School Chapel


All students take Bible class to study God’s Word and begin to learn basic doctrines of the Christian faith. As part of the Bible curriculum, students also learn how to memorize and recite Scripture every year.


Intermediate school teachers are Christ-followers and they make it their mission to share the Gospel with their students, both in and out of the classroom. Teachers challenge their students to read their Bibles, to apply its principles, and to seek to know Christ more.


Small groups work together to serve their school through preparing media communications about the intermediate school service projects, mentoring elementary students, and encouragement groups (groups designed specifically to provide encouragement within our Heritage and Indianapolis communities as well as hospitality groups to welcome guests visiting the school).

I have had many teachers at Heritage who influenced me to follow Christ, but it wasn't until this year that I was truly challenged to think beyond school things like writing. I have been challenged to read my Bible and apply it to my life and get to know Christ more. Mr. Houck and Mrs. Thomas have encouraged me to do that.

- Kate, Intermediate School Student