Heritage High School

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Mission Statement

 
Heritage High School is dedicated to empowering students to become life-long learners, committed to Honesty, Equality, Respect, Integrity, Trust, Achievement, Generosity and Excellence.  All classrooms will provide a student-centered, rigorous, relevant and innovative standards-based curriculum  developed in a professional learning community.  We are committed to prepare our students to be productive citizens in a global community using career academies, enhanced extracurricular activities, and instructional technology. 
 
Vision Statement
 
Heritage High School will create an effective cross-curricular professional learning community to promote the mastery of the common core standards.  Through collaboration, reflection and analysis of student learning, our PLC will ensure students achieve their academic potential in preparation for college and careers.  Staff members, students and parents will create a safe and supportive environment in which all students become productive life-long learners that impact the community in a positive way.  
 
School-wide Learner Outcomes
 

Academic Standards:

Students will demonstrate academic proficiency by meeting the common core and state content standards in preparation for their post secondary endeavors.

 

Research and Technology:

Students will demonstrate proficiency in using various resources and technology to conduct research, test hypotheses and solve problems.

 

Critical Thinking:

Students will demonstrate an ability to think critically and creatively, work collaboratively and independently, and take responsibility for their thoughts and actions.

 

Communication:

Students will develop effective communication skills through critical and reflective reading, writing, speaking and listening.

 

Citizenship:

Students will demonstrate an understanding of social responsibility and will respect diversity in the school community and the larger society.

 

 

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  • Attention Students:

    The small parking lot in the student lot will be CLOSED to students the week of homecoming (9/21-9/25) for float building. Teachers will still be allowed to park in their assigned spots.

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  • College Night!

    District College Night Thursday, September 17th from 6-8 PM in the HHS GYM. Visit with College/University admission representatives or attend workshops that start at 6:30 & 7:15 PM: College Application, New SAT, Helping Your Student Prepare for College & Athletic Recruitment.

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  • RS Flea Market - Support the HHS Theater

    Click the link for the flyer

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  • Homecoming Dance Tickets

    will be on sale at lunch from 9/8 to 9/18. DJ Hightop is returning and ticket prices are $15 with ASB and $20 without. If you want to bring a guest from another school, get the guest bid application from your SLC and return it by 9/11/15. Don’t wait until the last day and don’t miss this dance!!!

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  • Patriot Plus Training Video for Students

    Click here to see how you register for Patriot Plus sessions. Note: This is last years video so...sessions will be on Wednesday this year (not Monday and Thursday).

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  • PSAT/NMSQT

    Register NOW in the student store for the Redesigned PSAT/NMSQT cost is $18.00 and space is limited!!! Test date Wednesday, October 14th from 8 – 11:30. Visit KHAN ACADEMYwww.khanacademy.org/sat for a free study plan.

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  • Coffee with the Principal

    Heritage parents are invited to a series of off-campus informal discussions with Mr. Oshodi. Click here for locations, dates and times.

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  • Biliteracy Seal Award!

    The Liberty Union High School District is pleased to offer our students, who are enrolled in a World Language course, the opportunity to earn the California State Seal of Biliteracy. Click here for more information.

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  • Homecoming Dance!

    Here's a heads up for this year's Homecoming! The dance will be held on Saturday, September 26th.

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  • Healthy Kids Survey Information 2015-2016

    Information for 9th and 11th grade parents concerning this survey your student will be asked to take. Please Click the link for more information regarding this survey.

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    Click here to receive e-alerts to sections of the HHS website that are important to you.

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