On April 26, Heritage’s best vocalists competed for the title of Heritage Idol and time in a professional studio. Competition was tight, and the vocalists delivered both visually and musically.
Personal financing. It is a crucial role of “adulting” and here at Heritage High, we offer a personal financing class. “This class was super helpful to be able to fully understand budgeting, so in the long term I can be able to set real and attainable goals for budgeting,” says Calista Bannik ’18. This class is structured to be hands on and all about learning experiences. “The units that we cover include: goal writing, career development, paychecks, banking, credit and identity theft, insurance needs and housing and renting costs. StudentsRead More
After a successful year of bringing in guest speakers like Mike Smith and spreading important messages around the school, planning for next year’s guest speakers and lessons has already started.
The Junior Student Government has been planning prom since their sophomore year. Prom is the biggest event of the year and it comes with extensive planning.
A woman walks with confidence. A mother walks with assurance. Her commitment, unconditional love and loyalty to her children develop the strongest human bond.
The first students to have completed the full AP Capstone program will be graduating this year, and have gained research and writing skills that are sure to be used in college.
The end of the school year is drawing to a close, meaning it is time to say goodbye to a teacher who has spent 37 years at Heritage, Mrs. Heidi Dudley.
Ms. Barbara Bolen is a Practical Arts Teacher at Heritage that is retiring at the end of this year.
Walking down the halls of Heritage High School, four of Pamela Gigiento’s paintings can be seen in the art showcase, one painting among them won the first place senior art award.