"Heritage Academy has been a blessing for our family. I have complete trust to send my child to functions held by Heritage and other families that attend Heritage. We share a common value set and do not have to worry about vetting out the other parents or their homes who are hosting functions. It is such a relief to have an implicit level of trust in an extended group of people. The peer pressure is holy and positive. It's like having an exit ramp out of drama and pressures that happen in a public school Junior High. There's a dress code that makes school attire appropriate and the kids are wonderful people who support each other. I wish that every family had the opportunity to surround their children in an environment as nurturing as Heritage Academy." (Heritage parent)
606 Ridgeway Ave. Columbia, MO 65203
Summer Office Hours
Monday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Friday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
"The mission of Heritage Academy is to
partner with Christian parents to
prepare college-worthy, character
witnesses for Jesus Christ."
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We Are Moving!
Higher Ground Church
2900 Barberry Ave
Columbia, MO 65202
We apologize in advance
for any delayed return calls
and emails as a result of the move.
Thank you for your patience!
Please continue sending mail to:
606 Ridgeway Ave.
Columbia, MO 65203
June 4, 9am
June 20, 9am
July 9, 9am
July 25, 9am
Check out our new initiatives!
Welcome to our new primary teacher and students! Mrs. Pam Tamerius is our new 1st/2nd grade teacher. She is excited to welcome out new primary students this Fall 2019. Go Little Warriors!
A+ Program at Heritage
Our new computer lab was launched this past spring 2019. Mrs. Twila Farmer, a professional illustrator (twilafarmer.com) will be teaching Graphic Design in the fall 2019 and a Year Book class in the spring 2020.
Check out this year's article entitled "Heritage Academy: Developing Educational Excellence" in the Columbia Business Times