Career and Technical EducationCareer and Technical Education is a critical component of the academic experience at Heritage High School. As the apple that surrounds the core, the CTE department's primary goal is to provide course offerings that meet student needs, interests, and goals while developing skills that will open opportunities for future employment, higher education, and real world application.
The HHS CTE department also has a Career Development Coordinator to assist students with the school to career connections and an Academy Coordinator to support the development and growth of students enrolled in the Agribusiness Academy. Please visit the CTE website to learn more.
EnglishThe English curriculum provides students with essential life skills necessary for college and career readiness. Aligned with the Common Core State Standards, the Heritage High School English program is divided into four strands: reading, writing, speaking and listening, and language. Through a variety of activities, projects, and assessments students will continuously work to strengthen these concepts as they strive to be critical thinkers and effective communicators.
The Fine Arts Department at Heritage High School offers the following courses: Chorus, Dance, Visual Art, Sculpture, Theatre, Tech. Theatre, Guitar, Jazz Ensemble and Marching Band.Please visit the Fine Arts' department members' websites to learn more:
Health and PEHealthful Living students will learn the importance of making healthy choices during their teen years and throughout their lives. Topics are covered during four, two-week units. Students will also learn and enjoy physical movement with confidence while they partake in a variety of physical activities during P.E.P.E. (elective) students will be engaged in moderate to vigorous activities throughout the year. These activities are in line with the State Framework, State Standards, and District Curriculum.Please visit the P.E. website to learn more.
MathematicsThe Common Core Standards outline the expectations for the students. In general, what this means is an adjustment from the traditional course sequence of Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II to an integrated math model with the sequence of Math 1, Math 2, and Math 3. The students will move from these courses into our traditional 4th math course options, which include Math 4/Honors Math 4 and Honors Pre-Calculus.Students that are preparing to enter college are required to take Math 1, Math 2, Math 3 and one additional course. Students may also choose to take a 5th level math course including AP Calculus, AP Statistics, and Discrete Math for Computer Programming.
Visit the Heritage High Mathematics Department Website to learn more.
The science department at Heritage High School offers the following courses: Biology, AP Biology, Forensics, Earth Science, AP Environmental Science, Chemistry, AP Chemistry, Anatomy, Physical Science and AP Physics. Click HERE to access the department webpage.
The social studies department at Heritage High School offers the following courses: World History, World Religions, American History I, American History II, AP American History, Civics and Economics, AP Psychology, Geography, AP Human Geography and AP Macroeconomics. Please visit the social studies website for more information.
Special ProgramsSpecial Programs serves students who have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) in a variety of settings. For specific questions regarding your child's IEP, please contact Katie Kirsch (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kandice Rupert (email@example.com).
- Curriculum Resource
- English I NCVPS-9th
- English II NCVPS -10th
- English III NCVPS- 11th
- English IV NCVPS-12th
- Civic Literacy NCVPS
- Economics and Personal Finance NCVPS
- Applied Science NCVPS
- Biology NCVPS
- Employment Prep I Science-9th
- Employment Prep II Citizenship 1A-10th
- Employment Prep II Citizenship 2A-10th
- Employment Prep III Citizenship 1A-11th
- Employment Prep III Citizenship 2A-11th
- Employment Prep IV Math-4th
- Four (4) Career-Technical Education credit
Completion of Work-Based hours: 600 hours
-School-based vocational training: 150 hours
-Community-based vocational training: 225 hours
-Competitive paid employment: 225 hours
World LanguagesThe World Languages Department at Heritage High School offers the following courses:
Spanish I, II, III, IV, V, AP Spanish Language and Culture, Heritage Spanish I, II
French I, II, III, IV, V, AP French Language and Culture
Chinese I, II, III, IV, V, AP Chinese Language and Culture