Bonhoeffer, Carmichael, Liddell, & Teresa.
Our House system is a distinct part of the Heritage culture which provides opportunities for upper school students to build community, nurture relationships, grow and serve together, as well as play and pray together. High school students join a House upon entering Heritage. Our Houses are named after exceptional men and women of faith – Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Amy Carmichael, Eric Liddell, and Mother Teresa. Through our House program, students are able to build community, deepen friendships, compete against one another in friendly games and contests, partner to serve our community, and enrich the social and spiritual life of our school.
- Community building
- Service learning
- Participation in social events
- Competitions for points
- Mentoring opportunities
- Interaction with the wider community
Discover below the distinctive characteristics between these houses, their values, and their leadership mottos below.
Developing Servant Leaders at Heritage
Student Leadership Opportunities
Within each House, students can apply for various leadership positions
Founders Hall Stewards
Programs & Fellowships
Student leaders can also participate in the following: