As our schools help to shape the lives of thousands of children each year, we are often recognized as leaders in both education and community involvement. Below are articles and stories from local and national news sources written about NHA and our schools.
LANSING, MICH., Friday, May 17, 2013— Rachel Smith’s essay stood out against all the rest and for that she has won a high school scholarship worth up to $40,000 in the National Heritage Academies Col
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., May 13, 2013—River City Scholars Charter Academy and Oakdale Gardens Park shared a dual ceremony on Monday, May 13, to dedicate the school and park to the surrounding community.
Former NFL player Michael Cobb talks to Timberland Charter Academy about ...
2013 STAR Awards: See the list of winners honored for their volunteering efforts
By Theresa Ghiloni | firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Kalamazoo Gazette
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SUMMERFIELD, N.C.—Rudy Swofford has been named principal for Summerfield Charter Academy. Summerfield is a tuition-free public charter school scheduled to open in August 2013. It is managed by Nation
Author/Illustrator, Steven Kellogg comes to Grand Rapids on Wednesday, March 27 to visit Cross Creek Charter Academy. He will have a presentation for all grade levels as well as sign his books. Th
Open Enrollment Begins for New Summerfield Charter School
SUMMERFIELD, N.C. (Friday, March 15, 2013)—Summerfield Charter Academy, a new tuition-free public charter school, is now accepting student
Paramount Charter Academy Students Raise $6,300 for American Heart Association Submitted by Candice Fleszar-Smith
Friday, March 8th, 2013, 3:22pm
Topics: Community Spirit, Health, Sc
Detroit - With the correct spelling of the word "temblor," 8th grader James Sun became the Detroit News 2013 Spelling Bee champion Saturday.
"Originally, I thought he said templar, but then I
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