• mr. scott lyons Mr. Scott Lyons

    Mr. Lyons received his BA in English from Florida State University and his MEd in English Education and Master in School Administration from North Carolina State University.

    Mr. Lyons served as an English teacher at Githens Middle School in Durham and Enloe Magnet High School in Raleigh.  He has also served as an assistant principal at Enloe and as principal at Ligon Middle School, Leesville Road High School and Enloe High School.

  • Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 9/17/2021 12:40:00 PM

    Hello Huskies,

     

    5 For Your Future is a school-wide initiative for all students. The 5 categories are: social emotional intelligence, financial literacy, global citizenship, college/career ready and active citizenship. Each grade level will have a session in the auditorium during advisory once a month to focus on one of five topics. Follow-up activities will then be disseminated through advisory for each of the topics throughout the year. To support this initiative, discuss the "5" topics with your son/daughter, encourage follow-up activities, and volunteer to assist with the implementation of this program. Upcoming dates: 9/27, 10/4 and 10/18 from 8:45-9:15am.  If interested in volunteering to support this program, contact Ms. Beaster at dbeaster@wcpss.net

    We invite you to attend a Virtual HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) College Fair on Saturday, September 25, 2021 from 10:00 am-1:00 pm. This event is free of cost and open to high school students and parents.  Learn more about Paying for College, SAT/ACT Prep, Preparing for College While in High School, and The College Experience - getting real advice from current students of HBCUs. Students and parents can register for the college fair at https://bit.ly/2021-sto-hbcu. After registration, you will receive an email with the Zoom details needed to join the virtual college fair.

    Visit the HHS Student Services homepage to view the Post-HS Planning Events calendar.  There are several upcoming in-person and virtual college visit opportunities.  Some college visits require pre-registration. For example, UNC Chapel Hill’s virtual visit on 9/23 and NC State’s virtual visit on 9/27 requires pre-registration. See details at https://sites.google.com/wcpss.net/studentserviceshhs/home.

    Seniors who were absent for the makeup portraits on September 10 should contact Prestige Portraits and schedule a portrait session prior to November 15.  Any photos taken after November 15 aren’t guaranteed a spot in the yearbook.  Contact Prestige at 919-377-0026.

     

    Senior Conferences are underway and continuing through October 8.  Seniors are encouraged to bring their completed senior info sheets and any questions they may have to their meeting.  ALL seniors will receive individual planning time with their counselor in order to accomplish necessary tasks for post high school transition.  Encourage your senior(s) to complete this survey bit.ly/HHSSeniorMeeting2022.  Throughout the month of September, Dr. Tate will meet with all 9th graders to familiarize students with available school resources to support a strong start to high school success.

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • Meet the Teacher and Other Important Announcements

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 9/14/2021 1:15:00 PM

    Greetings Huskies,

     

    Our virtual, asynchronous Meet the Teacher links are posted.  Please take the time to watch the videos of your child’s teachers and feel free to reach out to them with any questions you may have.  Hopefully guidelines will allow us to do these in person again soon.  To access the videos, please click here or visit our website.

     

    Reminder – This Thursday, September 16 is a teacher workday and all students are off.

     

    Jostens will be on campus during all three lunches on Friday, September 17 to take cap and gown and class ring orders and answer any questions.  Juniors and Seniors participating in the WCPSS Virtual Academy may pick up Jostens information in the front office between 7:00 am-3:00 pm.  There is a $100 minimum deposit for class ring orders.  There is a $60 minimum deposit for cap, gown, and/or graduation product orders.  Seniors may also place their order online at Jostens.com.  Virtual Academy Juniors and Seniors may also come to campus on Friday, September 17, between 10:45am-12:45pm to meet with Jostens, as needed.

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 9/10/2021 1:05:00 PM

    Greeting Husky Families,

     

    We are looking for a few new Huskies to serve in the role of Instructional Assistants in our Special Education Extended Content Standards classrooms. Typical work day hours are 6:55-2:25 daily. We have a great school and great team of colleagues dedicated to making a positive difference for our students. Please share with someone you believe may make a great addition to the Heritage Husky Family. Interested candidates should apply to the position posted on the WCPSS Careers website.

     

    Also, we have a need for substitute teachers. If you are already a registered substitute with WCPSS, call our main office at 919-570-5600 and let us know you are interested in working on our campus. If you are not yet in the WCPSS substitute system, please go to https://www.wcpss.net/substo learn more about becoming a substitute teacher with WCPSS.


    The deadline to register for the October 13 PSAT is approaching.  Registration fee is $18; however, juniors with a 4.34 or higher weighted GPA can test for free.  Fee waivers are available for juniors meeting eligibility criteria.  You can register your 9th and 10th grade student using the online payment tool by September 17.  Juniors register for the PSAT by completing this Google Form- https://tinyurl.com/PSATHusky11 by September 17.  Students should stop by the Counselor Corner with questions.

     

    Tuesday, September 14 is Meet the Teacher Night.  This is your opportunity to learn more about the teachers and courses your student has for this semester.  This event is virtual and links for teachers will be posted on the afternoon of September 14.  More details about this event are provided on the “Start of School Information – Events” page.

     

    Jostens will be on campus during all three lunches on Friday, September 17 to take cap and gown and class ring orders as well as answer any questions.  Juniors and Seniors participating in the WCPSS Virtual Academy may pick up their Jostens information in the front office from 7:00 am – 3:00 pm.  Virtual Academy Juniors and Seniors may also come to campus on Friday, September 17 from 10:45 am - 12:45 pm to meet with Jostens, if needed.

     

    We are excited to announce that graduation for the Class of 2022 is scheduled for Monday, June 13th at 8:00am at the Raleigh Convention Center.

     

    Freshmen parents, is your child interested in serving the freshmen class and helping with school decision making.  Student Government Association will hold an interest meeting for all who wish to run for elected office.  Meeting time is September 15 at 7:00 am in the media center.  If you cannot make it please join our google meet hhssga2021 at 7:00 am.  

     

    Senior Conferences are well underway.  Seniors are encouraged to bring their completed senior information sheets and any questions they may have to their meeting.  One hundred percent of seniors will receive individual planning time with their counselor in order to accomplish necessary tasks for post high school transition.  Throughout the month of September, Dr. Tate will meet with all 9th graders to familiarize students with available school resources to support a strong start to high school success.

     

    The deadline to apply for school nomination for the NCSU Park scholarship program is Monday, September 13.  The deadline to apply for school nomination for the UNC Charlotte Levine Scholars program is Friday, October 1.  Stop by the Counselor Corner or visit the scholarships & financial aid page on the HHS Student Services website for more information.

     

    If you are interested to join the 2022 China and 2022,2023 Japan trip, please contact Mrs. Wenjing Liu(wliu2@wcpss.net) and the coming meeting https://bit.ly/3j19fjj.  This is not associated with WCPSS or Heritage High School.

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 9/3/2021 10:20:00 AM

    Greeting Husky Families,

     

    The second week of school was a success, and it is time for a long weekend.  Students are off Monday for Labor Day and Tuesday for a teacher workday. So, school will resume on Wednesday, September 8.

     

    Please remind your HHS child(ren) that we will move to our regular bell schedule next week now that we have completed the first ten days of school. So, students should report to first period on Wednesday, September 8.  The bell schedule is available at this link and is posted on our website.

     

    We are looking for a few new Huskies to serve in the role of Instructional Assistants in our Special Education Extended Content Standards classrooms. Typical work day hours are 6:55-2:25 daily. This is a great school, great team of colleagues dedicated to making a positive difference for our students. Please share with someone you believe may make a great addition to the Heritage Husky Family. Interested candidates should apply to the position posted on the WCPSS Careers website.

     

    Also, we have a need for substitute teachers. If you are already a registered substitute with WCPSS, call our main office and let us know you are interested in working on our campus. If you are not yet in the WCPSS substitute system, please go to https://www.wcpss.net/subs to learn more about becoming a substitute teacher with WCPSS.

     

    The deadline to register for the October 13 PSAT is approaching.  Registration fee is $18; however, juniors with a 4.34 or higher weighted GPA can test for free.  Fee waivers are available for juniors meeting eligibility criteria.  You can register your 9th and 10th grade student using the online payment tool by September 17.  Juniors register for the PSAT by completing this Google Form- https://tinyurl.com/PSATHusky11 by September 17.  Students should stop by the Counselor Corner with questions.

     

    Picture Days are next week.  Ninth grade yearbook photos will be Wednesday, September 8.  Tenth and eleventh grade yearbook photos will be Friday, September 10.  Seniors who have not had their formal senior portrait photo can do so on Friday, September 10.  The sitting fee for Senior pictures has been waived.   Seniors are recommended to bring a white undershirt for tuxedo pictures. Female seniors should bring a strapless shirt or shirt where straps can be removed for gown/drape pictures.  Students participating in the WCPSS Virtual Academy can come to campus for their picture on their designated grade level’s picture day. If they don't feel comfortable coming to campus, they should schedule their appointment at the Lifetouch/Prestige studios in Morrisville by calling 919-377-0026 before October 15.

     

    Tuesday, September 14 is Meet the Teacher Night.  This is your opportunity to learn more about the teachers and courses your student has for this semester.  This event is virtual and links for teachers will be posted on the afternoon of September 14.  More details about this event are provided on the “Start of School Information – Events” page.

     

    East Carolina University, UNC Asheville, UNC Charlotte, UNC Greensboro, UNC Wilmington, University of South Carolina, UA Birmingham, and University of Alabama are hosting a virtual college fair on Thursday, September 9 at 7:00 pm.  Register at bit.ly/R3NCnight

     

    The deadline to apply for the school nomination for the UNC Morehead Cain scholarship program has been extended to Wednesday, September 8.  The deadline to apply for school nomination for the NCSU Park scholarship program is Monday, September 13.  Stop by the Counselor Corner or visit the scholarships & financial aid page on the HHS Student Services website for more information.

     

    Eleventh and twelfth grade students received information from Jostens in advisory today.  Juniors received information about class rings and seniors received critical information about cap and gown orders. Jostens will be on campus during all 3 lunches on Friday, September 17 to answer questions about orders.  Eleventh and twelfth grade students participating in the WCPSS Virtual Academy may pick up their Jostens information in the front office any weekday between 7:00 am – 3:00 pm.  Virtual Academy students may also come to campus on Friday, September 17, 10:45am - 12:45pm to meet with Jostens, if needed.

     

    Counselors will begin senior conferences on Wednesday, September 8.  Senior Conferences will continue until October 8. Seniors are encouraged to bring their completed senior information sheets and any questions they may have to their meeting.  All seniors will receive individual planning time with their counselor in order to accomplish necessary tasks for post high school transition.  Dr. Tate will begin meeting with 9th grade students on Wednesday, September 8.  Throughout the month of September, she will meet with all 9th graders to familiarize students with available school resources in order to provide students with a strong start to high school success.

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 8/27/2021 1:35:00 PM

    Hello Huskies,

     

    It is great to have the students back and to see our school come alive.  We had a great first week of school!  Thank you, parents, for helping in the many transitions that are needed with students. 

     

    There are a few carpool updates and safety reminders for you and your students:

    1 - Morning drop off is along the entire backside of the building, not just in the small stretch near the crosswalk.

    2 - Carpool drivers are reminded not to enter the bus loop in the morning drop off or afternoon pick up process. This is for safety and to allow buses to get in and out of that lot efficiently. Morning carpool drop off is only in the back of the school, and afternoon pick up is in the staff lot at the front entrance of the school. 

    3 – Please remind your students to use designated crosswalks when walking through the student parking lot in the mornings and during lunch.

     

    This past week, administrators met with all students during grade level assemblies to review behavior expectations, safety protocols, as well as consequences for violating the discipline policies.  Please take time to review this information found in the WCPSS Student Parent Handbook.  If you haven’t already, please sign the acknowledgement page of the handbook so that students can submit them.

     

    In the assemblies, we reviewed WCPSS mask requirements.  Please partner with us and talk with your child about the importance of the mask covering both the mouth and nose while inside a WCPSS building.  We are off to a great start, but reminders at school and at home will help.

     

    Registration for the October 13 PSAT is ongoing.  Registration fee is $17; however, juniors with a designated weighted GPA can test for free.  Fee waivers are available for juniors meeting eligibility criteria.  You can register your 9th and 10th grade student using the online payment tool by September 17.  Juniors may register for the PSAT by completing this Google Form- https://tinyurl.com/PSATHusky11 by September 17.

     

    Course correction requests have ended, and the focus is now on getting students settled.  We invite you to aid your students in transitioning to the new semester by considering a success plan and how to balance time well. 

     

    Picture Days are approaching.  Students should have brought home information regarding purchase options this week that they received in advisory.  Freshmen grade yearbook photos will be Wednesday, September 8.  Sophomore and junior yearbook photos will be Friday, September 10.  Seniors who have not had taken their formal senior portrait photo can do so also on Friday, September 10.

     

    Tuesday, September 14 is Meet the Teacher Night.  This is your opportunity to learn more about the teachers and courses your student has for this semester.  This event is virtual and links for teachers will be posted on the afternoon of September 14.  More details about this event are provided on the “Start of School Information – Events” page.

     

    East Carolina University, UNC Asheville, UNC Charlotte, UNC Greensboro, UNC Wilmington, University of South Carolina, UA Birmingham, and University of Alabama are hosting a virtual college fair on Thursday, September 9 at 7:00 pm.  Register at bit.ly/R3NCnight

     

    Counselors will begin conducting senior conferences after the Labor Day weekend.  Senior Conferences will continue until October 8. Seniors are encouraged to bring their completed senior information sheets and any questions they may have to their meeting.  100% of seniors will receive individual planning time with their counselor to accomplish necessary tasks for post high school transition. 

     

    The first edition of the senior scholarship bulletin was released this week.  It includes several upcoming deadlines.  Forms are available for seniors who wish to seek school endorsement for the NCSU Park Scholarship and the UNC Morehead Cain Scholarship.  Please encourage your senior to visit the Counseling Corner often for this information and other updates.

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 8/20/2021 11:00:00 AM

    Hello Huskies,

     

    Monday August 23 is the first day of school for all students.  Freshmen, sophomores and juniors participating in in-person learning should report to their advisory classrooms to receive their final schedule.  Virtual Academy students can view their final schedule in PowerSchool, and should get a message from the WCPSS VA Team today. Any schedule received prior to Monday, August 23 should be discarded.  If your child has not yet submitted a technology permission and military disclosure form, he or she will bring one home which should be completed.  Privacy release forms are also available if you desire to complete one.  Student/Parent handbooks will also be distributed.  Students will receive lunch information from their 3rd period teachers on the first day of school.

     

    All seniors will report to the loading dock on Monday morning, beginning at 7am, for the annual senior breakfast.  Advisory attendance will be taken, so all seniors must check in at the loading dock.  They will receive their final schedules during this time.

     

    Bus assignments are now available to view in Power School, and the routes and stop times are also on the WCPSS Transportation site.  Click on Bus Routes and scroll under High Schools until you see Heritage and click to see that information.  You can also utilize the “Here Comes the Bus” app for more details.  Students with bus questions will be able to see an administrator during their lunch.

     

    To our carpool families, if you have not yet reviewed the carpool information in the start of school section of the website, we invite you to do so prior to Monday morning.  Morning carpool is located in the back student parking lot.  When dropping students off, please pull up as far as possible to allow more vehicles to pull in.  Only afternoon Pick up/Carpool is located in the front staff parking lot.  When picking up students, please pull up as far as possible to allow more vehicles to pull in. 

     

    Registration for the October 13 PSAT has begun.  Students who participate gain access to My College Quickstart, Khan Academy for SAT prep and more.  Juniors are encouraged to take the test for National Merit, National Achievement and National Hispanic Scholarship competitions.  The registration fee is $17 however, juniors with a designated weighted GPA can test for free.  Fee waivers are available for juniors meeting eligibility criteria.  You can register your 9th and 10th grade student using the online payment tool by September 17.  Juniors may register for the PSAT by completing this Google Form- https://tinyurl.com/PSATHusky11 by September 17.

     

    We had three successful events in one day yesterday as we hosted the Early Start Day orientation for students, Virtual New Parent Orientation and Virtual Senior Night.  We hope all who participated received information to help navigate high school in general and the school year.  Videos of New Parent Orientation and Senior Night are posted online under the “Events” page in the “Start of School Information” on our website.

     

    Follow Heritage High School on Twitter at @hhs_huskies to get school updates.   For best results, be sure to say yes to notifications for your cell phone so that you can easily see school updates.

     

    Seniors are reminded to complete the task of getting your senior portrait for the yearbook.  Go to https://local.prestigeportraits.com/nc/morrisville/951-aviation-parkway.html  or call (919) 377-0026. This is a busy time for Prestige.  Continue to call if there are no appointments available.

     

    Virtual Meet the Teacher Night will be Tuesday, September 14, beginning at 5:30pm.  Want to know other upcoming events?  Please refer to the school calendar, found on the school’s website.

     

    We are looking forward to a great day on Monday!

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • New Parent Orientation and Senior Night Links

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 8/19/2021 3:10:00 PM

    Here is the link to view New Parent Orientation - https://tinyurl.com/huskynewparentnight.  As you view the video, please enter any questions you have here - https://tinyurl.com/hhsnewparent.  We will post the answers to all questions submitted.  Answers will be posted on the Start of School Information: Additional Information page.

     


    Here is the link for to view Senior Night - https://tinyurl.com/husky22seniornight.  As you view the video, please enter any questions you have here - https://tinyurl.com/husky22QandA.  We will post the answers to all questions submitted.  Answers will be posted on the HHS Senior Page.

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  • Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 8/13/2021 9:40:00 AM

    Hello Huskies,

     

    We are excited about this upcoming school year.  The first day of school for the 2021-2022 school year is Monday, August 23.  Classes start at 7:25 am.  Access important start of school information from the main page of our website- https://www.wcpss.net/HeritageHS.   Please spend some time previewing all information and taking action where needed.  Links are continuing to be added and updated.  

     

    PowerSchool is open for students to view tentative schedules.  Final schedules are distributed during advisory on the first day of school.  Final schedules for Virtual Academy students will be accessible in PowerSchool on the first day of school. Course correction information and instructions on how to request a course correction are included in the start of school information links.   A few reminders:  All course corrections should be sent to heritagehsschedule@wcpss.net.  If you attempt to email a counselor, it will be rerouted.  Duplicate requests do not decrease time waiting for a response.  Please remember to offer an extra bit of patience to our staff as we are working through end of summer changes and accommodating schedules for virtual and on-site learning students.

     

    WCPSS technology pick up for students that don't already have a WCPSS device will be Thursday, August 19th from 12pm-3pm and Friday, August 20th from 9am-3pm.  If in-person learning students are unable to pick up on these days, they can see Ms. Davis during their lunch in the Commons starting on Monday, August 23rd.  Students participating in the Virtual Academy that are unable to pick up on the 19th or 20th should contact Ms. Davis at edavis7@wcpss.net or 919-570-5600 ext. 20685. 

     

    All students participating in the Career and College Promise dual enrollment courses for this fall semester should provide a copy of their community college schedule and WCPSS Dual Enrollment form to lweaver2@wcpss.net to have their HHS schedule adjusted.  Students: be sure to check your WCPSS email for any communication if there may be a conflict with our bell schedule or additional clarification is needed.

     

    Seniors that missed Senior Orientation on August 11th may access information on the HHS Senior Webpage.  Seniors may still submit Reduced Course load Applications and Midyear Graduation Applications.  Both applications are accessible on the senior page of the website.  This is an extension of the original deadline.  All requests should be submitted by August 20.

     

    Seniors are reminded to complete the task of getting your senior portrait for the yearbook.  Go to https://local.prestigeportraits.com/nc/morrisville/951-aviation-parkway.html or call (919) 377-0026. This is a busy time for Prestige.  Continue to call if there are no appointments available.

     

    North Carolina state immunization law requires that all students, including those participating in the virtual academy, are up to date with immunizations by the first day of school.  For us, this is August 23.   There are no extensions for this date.  Seniors are now required to have the meningococcal vaccine.  Also, for Seniors a 2nd meningococcal vaccine may be required for students by 17 years of age or entering 12th grade. Please consult with your doctor to see if you meet this requirement. You are encouraged to immediately check with your doctor to ensure your child is up to date and provide the school with an updated copy of the shot record.  If you do not have a healthcare provider, you can call 919-562-6300 to schedule an appointment at the Health and Human Services Northern Regional Center.  Please do not delay in providing this information to our school.  You can email the records to pjenks@wcpss.net, fax to 919-670-4212, or drop off records in the main office, Monday-Friday, 7am-3pm.

     

    Mark your calendar for the upcoming fall events:

    Freshmen/New Student Early Start Day – Thursday, August 19, 7:00am

    Freshmen Parent/New Parent Orientation – Thursday, August 19, 5:30pm (VIRTUAL)

    Senior Info Night for Students and Parents – Thursday, August 19, 6:30pm (VIRTUAL)

    First Day of School – Monday, August 23rd

    Meet the Teacher Night – Tuesday, September 14, 5:30pm (VIRTUAL) *This is a change from previous announcements due to new health guidelines*

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • Heritage High School Announcements

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 8/6/2021 10:15:00 AM

    Hello, Huskies,

     

    As we get closer to starting the 2021-2022 school year, access important start of school information from the main page of our website: https://www.wcpss.net/HeritageHS.   Please spend some time previewing all information and taking action where needed.  Links are continuing to be added and updated.  

     

    PowerSchool will open for students to view tentative schedules on Thursday, August 12.  Final schedules are distributed during advisory on the first day of school.  Final schedules for Virtual Academy students will be accessible in PowerSchool on the first day of school. Course correction information and instructions are included in the start of school information links.   

     

    If you do not plan to return to Heritage High School this fall, please begin withdrawal process by calling 919-570-5600, ext. 20699. 

     

    Juniors and Seniors are encouraged to submit parking applications now until Monday, August 9 at 2:30pm.  Seniors who submit all paperwork will be able to choose a parking spot at Senior Orientation (August 11th).  Off campus lunch forms are also available.  This requires parent/guardian permission.  Submit these forms in the main office, 7am-3pm.

     

    All students participating in the Career and College Promise dual enrollment courses for this fall semester should have already provided a copy of their community college schedule and WCPSS Dual Enrollment form to lweaver2@wcpss.net.  Students: be sure to check your WCPSS email for any communication as there may be a conflict with our bell schedule or additional clarification may be needed.

     

    North Carolina state immunization law requires that all students, including those participating in the virtual academy, are up to date with immunizations by the first day of school.  For us, this is August 23.   There are no extensions for this date.  Seniors are now required to have the meningococcal vaccine.  Also, for seniors a second meningococcal vaccine may be required for students by 17 years of age or entering 12th grade. Please consult with your doctor to see if you meet this requirement. You are encouraged to immediately check with your doctor to ensure your child is up to date and provide the school with an updated copy of the shot record.  If you do not have a healthcare provider, you can call 919-562-6300 to schedule an appointment at the Health and Human Services Northern Regional Center.  Please do not delay in providing this information to our school.  You can email the records to pjenks@wcpss.net, fax to 919-670-4212, or drop off records in the main office, Monday-Friday, 7am-3pm.

     

    Seniors may still submit Reduced Course load Applications and Midyear Graduation Applications.  Both applications are accessible on the senior page of the website.  This is an extension of the original deadline.  All requests should be submitted by August 20.

     

    Seniors are reminded to complete the task of getting your senior portrait for the yearbook.  Go to https://local.prestigeportraits.com/nc/morrisville/951-aviation-parkway.html or call (919) 377-0026. This is a busy time for Prestige.  Continue to call if there are no appointments available.

     

    Mark your calendar for the upcoming fall events:

    Class of 2022 Senior Orientation – Wednesday, August 11, 7:30am

    Freshmen/New Student Early Start Day – Thursday, August 19, 7:00am

    Freshmen Parent/New Parent Orientation – Thursday, August 19, 5:30pm (VIRTUAL)

    Senior Info Night for Students and Parents – Thursday, August 19, 6:30pm (VIRTUAL)

    First Day of School – Monday, August 23rd

    Meet the Teacher Night – Tuesday, September 14, 5:30pm

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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  • School Tour Opportunity for Students Who Have Never Been Inside HHS

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 8/4/2021 1:40:00 PM

    Hello Former Virtual Academy Huskies,

     

    Welcome back to Heritage High School!

     

    We are offering a unique opportunity just for students and families that were a part of the Virtual Academy last school year and may have not yet been inside our school building.  You are invited to come to Heritage High School for a guided tour on Thursday, August 19, any time between 1-3 pm.  This is a floating event, and no pre-registration/RSVP is required.

     

    Go Huskies!

     

    Warm regards,

    Scott Lyons

    Principal

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