Individuality strikes Heritage
Individuality is expressed throughout Heritage. Whether it is jeans, yoga pants, designer clothes or pajamas, each student’s creativity is voiced by what is worn.
The hateful and gossip nature of teens is not seen at Heritage and students are able to be true to themselves.
Cliques intermingle with each other and most groups of friends are not private in who they accept.
Students are awarded best dressed in the yearbook, compliments are given, but what really counts are those who dress for themselves.
Confidence can be achieved by feeling comfortable in what you wear. Men and women everywhere are concerned with the way their body looks and confidence can be hard to achieve when in high school but that does not stop Chiara Zagnoli ’16.
“I dress up because if you look fabulous you feel fabulous,” she says.
Morgan Lamb ’16 feels the same way. Lamb has made a goal to wear a band t-shirt every day and has not yet failed to do so.
“Bands give me a lot of hope for life,” says Lamb.
Heritage High School is a diverse bunch and makes sure everyone is able to express themselves by not making students wear uniforms.
No matter how students express their views in the world, the way they dresses can help reflect the way they act, their beliefs, and the way they live.
Lee jumps into new adventure
Ms. Lori Lee, one of the most dedicated physical education teachers, will be leaving Heritage High School. Lee has worked here for over 18 years, and both of her children have attended and graduated from Heritage as well.
Zolle looks forward to adventures in retirement
After many years of teaching at Heritage, Lisa Zolle will be one of the teachers who will retire at the end of the 2017-2018 school year. Her legacy has reached far across many faculty, students, and alumni who have been a part of Heritage.