Our House System enriches school spirit and encourages student initiative, leadership, and responsibility through community service, social events and competitions throughout the year. Each student and faculty member is assigned to one of four Houses – Humility, Honesty, Honor, or Hospitality – and remains a member of that House until they leave the school.
Although the school has been divided between four Houses which compete against each other, we never lose sight of the larger goal of deepening our broader Heritage community. Therefore, all four Houses have a common focus and identity rooted in the same values: Unity, Service and Prayer.
Each House elects two student House Leaders who encourage their members to coordinate and lead academic, social and service activities. Faculty members encourage the House Leaders in the direction of maturity, service and excellence.
One benefit of a small school is the many opportunities students have to be leaders. Integrated with our house system is our student council. Our student body elects a president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer. These officers work with the House Leaders to plan and execute house competitions. Our officers also oversee our chore system. Every day at the end of school, our students each have a chore to attend to. Keeping our building clean and organized is part of being a member of our student body and learning to serve one another.
House competitions allow students of all ages interact and have fun together.