December, 2014


CASB brings change

Six students and two sponsors from the Heritage High School Student Government traveled to the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs for the 74th annual Colorado Association of School Boards Conference.

Cracking the code

On Monday, December 8, Heritage students were introduced to a whole new language: not Portuguese, not Greek, but computer code. As a part of Computer Science Education Week, an international project to involve more students in computer science, Heritage AP Computer Science classes hosted an “hour of code” event during fourth, fifth and sixth periods.

Marching to the Parade of Lights

The Heritage Marching Band performed in the Parade of Lights in Denver on December 5 and 6.

Hello Dolly Bars

Sometimes finding a good snack is hard. Pinterest is a great recourse for finding yummy treats. This treat is called Gluten Free Hello Dolly Bars.

Heritage Takes on Arapahoe

The 2014 eagles basketball team is off to a promising 3-0 start and is looking to add to their record in the most anticipated rivalry game of the season vs. Arapahoe.

Zoo Lights brighten Denver

It’s a cold night in the middle of the holiday season. People are bundled up in seemingly innumerable layers of clothing in the hopes of blocking out the pervasive chills as they walk under a canopy of light.

Dissecting animals to learn

Heritage High School offers a bi-weekly science course for juniors and seniors who love animals.

Zoology class is taught by Mrs. Shelly Hogan. The course overviews each of the animal phylum and also offers numerous invertebrate and vertebrate animal dissections. One of the main highlights of the class is the field trip to the Denver Zoo where all Zoology students are excused from school in order to study and watch live animals.

Unified Eagles starts again

Unified basketball is special time for all of the PACE students at Heritage High School. It is a time for all of them to be stars.

Heritage DECA Students Find Unanimous Success

Heritage High School is just one out of 3,500 High Schools that participate in DECA.

Evolution of Technology

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