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Our belief is simple: Set high standards, make expectations clear, provide meaningful instruction, and watch children excel.

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Why a National Heritage Academies School?

Founded on academic excellence, moral focus, parental partnership, and student responsibility, National Heritage Academies (NHA) are schools like no other. We set high standards, focus on real-world skills, problem solving, and how to be a good citizen. Our students draft a social contract that reinforces their commitment to their school, their teacher, and each other. Our exceptional teachers meet students at their ability level and challenge them to go beyond.

"The school has an excellent curriculum and the parent teacher feedback is great. The environment is also safe and the staff works hard to make sure the students succeed." - National Heritage Academies Parent
Top Reasons Parents Send Their Children To Our School: *
1 School safety is a top priority.
2 Children receive individual attention and instruction.
3 The curriculum provides Moral Focus as well as academics.
* Based on actual 2013 surveys administered to parents of kids who were returning to National Heritage Academies

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