Secondary School: Grades 7-12
Secondary students experience on-campus, classroom instruction each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday that school is in session. Assigned coursework is then completed at home on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with a parent present to provide supervision and accountability. For classes in the core subject areas (English, Math, History, Science, and Foreign Language) students can expect to invest at least 3 to 4 hours each week in focused at-home study. Electives will typically require less at-home study time - between 2 and 2.5 hours each week.
Parent may enroll their students in one to six courses each semester.
Click here to view schedule, tuition and registration information.
Click here to learn about the A+ Program at Heritage Academy.
Click here to view the Course Catalog for 2019-2020.
Click here to learn about the Rosetta Stone Language Acquisition Program at Heritage
Heritage Academy partners with parents and students to develop diploma plans which meet state requirements and allow students to advance according to merit and gifting. All freshman students intending to graduate at Heritage are required to develop a diploma plan with the CAO or current Academic Coordinator.
Guidelines for Transfer Credit
Guide to Applying for Transfer Credit
Application for Transfer Credit
Template for High School Home-School Transcript (may be downloaded to use as template)
Example Home School Transcript - Elementary/Middle School
www.transfercourses.missouri.edu (check here to see if dual-credit course will be awarded for transfer credit by Mizzou)
Standard Course Syllabi
College Biology *
Junior High - Intro to Debate
Junior High - Communication and Theater
Junior High - Life Skills
Junior High - Study Skills
Sport in Society
Sports Ethics and Psychology
Strength and Conditioning
* This course will be offered for dual credit with Moberly Area Community College
** Electives vary by year
View our schedule for course offerings during the 2018 - 2019 school year.