We believe parents are the primary educators of their students and are responsible for the moral and intellectual development of their children. Therefore, we view the Heritage K-8 Program as working in partnership with parents to assist them in fulfilling these responsibilities.
This partnership involves the administration, teachers, students, and parents. Together our focus is to improve student achievement, develop student character, and prepare students for high school as well as to attend four-year colleges and universities. To achieve these goals, we encourage parents to become involved in every aspect of their student’s education.
The primary goal of the Heritage K-8 Program is to help every student master the skills needed to have a highly successful high school experience, in turn, preparing them for the college of their choice.
By fusing a time-tested focus on the fundamental foundations of education with new learning strategies that foster creativity and effective thinking skills, the faculty is continuously developing ways to meet the educational needs of each student.
Our unique and disciplined approach to teaching and learning has created a safe, orderly, and supportive learning environment that fosters high academic achievement.
The Heritage K-8 faculty makes academic achievement their top priority. Our campus is focused on academics and is a place where young student-scholars feel welcome and each student is encouraged to explore the unknown through research and inquiry.
Because of an Academic Performance Index (API) consistently over 890 and rigorous academic curriculum, Heritage K-8 is recognized as one of the top performing elementary schools in the state of California.