Mary Anne Etchason
Athletes took part in strength and conditioning programs for their upcoming seasons. This year marks the first year Heritage has ever had a coach that works with athletes across all sports on strength and conditioning.
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.
This year’s MAD Week takes place the week of April 17. Members of Community Relations gave the student body themes to vote from, which included medical aid, poverty aid and education aid.
The girls’ swim team had a successful state meet, finishing fourth overall after their first season in the 4A classification. Twenty girls―eighteen swimmers and two divers―qualified for this year’s meet.
Heritage students have many unique ways to celebrate the holidays. As winter break nears, students eagerly await their holiday traditions, from latkes to egg wreaths.
The Challenger Eagle visited Heritage on Tuesday, October 11. The presentation demonstrated the importance of charity to students in a unique way.