Club meetings for seventh through twelfth grade students occur each Wednesday morning between 9:40 and 10:20 a.m. Club opportunities are intended to strengthen students' sense of school community by providing more social interactive time within the context of purposeful activities that promote students' growth in servant leadership, godly character, and peer relationships. All clubs are faculty or parent sponsored.
Junior High Clubs
Junior high student participate in one of three clubs: 7th Grade Girls' Club, 8th Grade Girls' Club, or the 7th & 8th Grade Boys' Club. In these clubs, members focus on friendships, pursuing their personal relationships with God through scripture study, and developing as servant leaders. High School-age Mentors work with the leaders of the clubs to help our younger students integrate into Secondary School at Heritage.
High School Clubs
This club sets the tone for positive Warrior team spirit for our students. The Pep Club leads the way for the entire school body in developing spirit wear, signs, cheers and good sportsmanship as we cheer our teams on together.
Topical Bible studies on God's character, chapter studies through short books of the Bible, and character studies on selected Biblical personalities are the focus of this club. Scripture memory is included to meet our goal of building in-depth knowledge of the Bible and its Author.
Each week club members explores a particular health area and create a scrumptious smoothie from a featured fruit or vegetable. And, yes, club members do enjoy tasting their creations! Recipes are sent home for families to enjoy.
World Records Club
The activities of this club focus students toward achieving new accomplishments as a team and developing creative activities and service projects. Each week, the club sets a ‘Heritage Academy School Record’ which is documented in print and photos and maintained in a Record Book. The club also involves the entire school body in a Record Breaking service project.
The Writer's Cafe is comprised of students interested in writing and promoting the expressive arts through the creation of a literary magazine. The 'Cafe' in the title assures club members of a pleasant hot beverage as a staple at club meetings. A Literary Magazine will be the annual final product of this club.
Training in Mentoring
A group of six students will be selected to serve our Junior High students as Mentors. These students will work with adult Leaders and develop leadership skills as they serve as role models for our younger students in the 7th and 8th grades. The Mentors will meet with the Dean of Students once monthly.