Heritage Academy FAQs:
Is Heritage Academy accredited?
Yes, we are accredited by the Advanced accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).
What grades do you offer?
Kindergarten through eighth grade. A child must be 5 years old by September 1 to enter kindergarten.
What curriculum do you use?
Heritage Academy offers a rigorous academic curriculum. Please click here for more details.
Do you offer co-curricular subjects?
We offer a wide variety of co-curricular subjects, which vary by grade level. These change from year to year, but have included computer, library, art, oil painting, music, chorus, dance, bridge, Latin and Suzuki violin.
Do you have a lunch program?
No. Children bring their own lunch.
Do you provide transportation to and from school?
No. Parents are responsible for transportation.
What is your average class size?
Enrollment is limited to 18-20 students per class.
Do you have before and after school care?
Heritage Academy offers before and after care in our ReFuel Program. Click here for more information.
Do you offer any sports?
We offer the following sports for 5th-8th grade boys and girls, when we have enough interest (and coaches): Cross Country, Basketball, Track, Soccer and Pep Squad.
Are you affiliated with any church or denomination?
No. Our teachers and families attend many different churches. Our Statement of Faith represents the basic tenets of the Christian faith. We encourage the unity of believers in Christ.
Do you have to be a Christian to attend Heritage?
Are all of your teachers Christians?
Yes. In order to teach at Heritage Academy, the teacher must have a testimony of faith in Christ for salvation and be an active member of a Christian church.
Do you offer financial aid?
Yes. Nearly 100 percent of our students receive scholarships to attend Heritage. Click here for more information.
Is there a uniform policy?
Yes. All students must wear a uniform.
When can I apply for admission?
Applications are available online here. Prior to March 1, currently enrolled students are given priority.