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More than Preschool

At Heritage, our preschool-aged children participate in Enrichment classes.

  • Enrichment I (PreK) – for children who turn four
    years old prior to September 1.
  • Enrichment II (Kindergarten) – for children who turn
    five years old prior to September 1.


Aristotle famously proclaimed, “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.” Echoing this sentiment, Charlotte Mason, a notable nineteenth-century British educator, emphasized the significant influence of habits, stating that they “ninety-nine one-hundredths of the child’s thoughts and acts.”

The primary focus of Heritage’s preschool Enrichment Program is the development and enhancement of good habits while also laying a firm foundation for academic success and developing intellectual curiosity. These habits include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Attention
  • Obedience
  • Faithfulness
  • Thoroughness
  • Truthfulness
  • Respect
  • Self-control
  • Gentleness

Teachers partner with parents to shepherd the hearts of children to enforce the importance of good habits and help students make wise choices.

Enrichment Subject Areas

Enrichment I and II include the following subject areas in their daily/weekly schedules:

  • Art
  • Bible
  • Handwriting
  • Literature
  • Math
  • Music
  • Nature Studies
  • Phonics
  • Picture Studies

Spiritual Development

Morning Liturgy

Chapel Gatherings

Play Break

Morning Liturgy

From Monday to Thursday, students engage in liturgy, Bible readings, and prayer. These activities are supplemented with regular Bible class in first grade through high school, fostering an understanding of Scripture. On Fridays, the school community gathers for chapel, with grades 1-5 and upper school students having separate services, and a monthly all-school chapel.

Chapel Gatherings

The Friday chapel service involves Scripture reading and hymns, with messages delivered by faculty, students, or staff members. The aim is to provide a time for worship and to prepare students to be active participants in their churches. Parents, family, and guests are welcome to join these services.

Play Break

Recognizing the importance of play in young children's education, all lower school students get a half-hour break mid-morning for outdoor play, supporting their physical and social development. This break is also extended to sixth-grade and middle school students for fostering fellowship with classmates and teachers.

Think With Excellence.

Believe With Confidence.

Live With Character.

Grade Level Overviews

PreK-Kindergarten Hours

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