Heritage Preparatory School Curriculum

Our school leaders work closely with each student, individually planning their course schedule each year. The Heritage Preparatory School Curriculum does not work on a “cookie-cutter” system where students are placed in a specific class solely due to their current grade level.

Multiple Paths To Success

The Heritage Preparatory School Curriculum offers two-degree programs for our 6th-8th grade students. Our “Recommended” diploma plan gives our students an exceptional high school experience, putting students on the trajectory for lifelong success and preparation for the rigors of college academics. For our most diligent students, we also offer a “Distinguished” diploma plan. This plan recognizes students who demonstrate high levels of rigor within their studies and commitment to their academic careers.

Total of 26 credits required to graduate.

ENGLISH & LANGUAGE ARTS

4 credits required: English I, English II, English III, English IV

MATH

4 credits required: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Pre-Calculus Dual Credit (College Algebra/Trig), Calculus (AP & Dual Credit Option)

SCIENCE

4 Credits Required: Integrated Physics & Chemistry*, Biology, Chemistry (AP option), Physics (AP option), Human Anatomy & Physiology, Aquatic Science, Others as offered (*must be taken before Chemistry/Physics)

SOCIAL STUDIES

4 Credits Required: Human Geography (AP option), World History (AP option), U.S. History (Dual credit option), U.S. Government (½ credit), Economics (½ credit)

FINE ARTS & HUMANITIES

2 Credits Required

FOREIGN LANGUAGE

2 Credits Required (credits must consist of level I and level II in the same language)

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

3 Credits Required

ELECTIVES

Additional credits required to meet the 26 total credits

OTHER

80 hours of community service across 4 years

ACADEMICS

EXPLORE OTHER LEVELS

We equip our students with a college-preparatory, academic education, in a personalized and stimulating environment, which enables them to become independent, creative thinkers.

Primary (Pre-K & Kinder)

Your children will be encouraged to follow their natural curiosity as they develop new skills, build their confidence and celebrate accomplishments.

Grammar Stage (1-5)

Your child will enjoy learning in ways that are engaging, inspiring, and encouraging to begin their love of learning.

Logic Stage (6-8)

Students are empowered to think on their own while understanding the world around them and their place in it.

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