Remote Learning Resource Page

While we missed our students terribly, our teachers were able to finish the year out with them, covering all the material in their classes. Our students are ready for the next classes and for the next year. Here's what some of our parents had to say about our transition to remote learning:

"Manish and I have been thrilled with the continued education that is being provided. You all have done an incredible job and we appreciate it."

- Suthars, parents of 8th grader and 10th grader

"We just wanted to let you know how thrilled we have been with how Heritage leadership, teachers, and staff have dealt with distance learning.  We are so thankful for how Hunter’s education has continued; how it’s continued in a way that’s kept him on track, without overwhelming him.  We praise God for leading our family to HCCA!" - Ragsdales, parent of 9th grader and new 8th grader in the fall

" I wanted to let you both know how much I appreciate your leadership at school.  I feel that Heritage has made the transition to online schooling with ease, reassuring the students and families that learning would continue at a high level.  I have been very impressed with the transition. Having kids in two different schools I was able to see how different the transition from classroom learning to online learning could be, and Heritage definitely fared better.  I know that the reason for this has a lot to do with the people in leadership.  So thank you both for all you’ve done for Heritage and the students.  You are a great blessing to them." - Queens, parents of 9th grader

"As I sit and reflect upon the many adjustments being made within our homes, neighborhoods, cities, country and throughout the world because of Covid-19, I find myself considering the efforts being put forth by the teachers at Heritage.  For years I have been grateful that Mallory is part of such an excellent school and under the care of teachers who truly have her best interests in mind.  My gratitude now, however, reaches a new level.  In a time of such uncertainty and chaos, it's tempting to be overwhelmed by what-ifs and unknowns.  But it appears that you, along with the other teachers at HCCA, have developed a clear plan and are moving forward with intentionality and concern that our students are still given a top-notch education.  Thank you for leading the charge.  And thank you to all of the teachers at HCCA for doing what they do best....teaching our children and being an example of how to interact with the uncertainties of this world in light of our loving, mighty God.  Mallory is incredibly blessed to have all of you in her life." - Nevins Carters, parent of 10th grader

"We are very proud and thankful for the way HCCA has carried on.  We’ve been asked by a lot of people, who are curious about how our kids are still “doing” school.  Thank you so much." - Enkes, parents of 11th grader and 8th grader

"Thank you Dr. Heckel! Heritage has done an excellent job of finishing the year with the same quality of education that we received on-site. We are watching other families struggle and hearing about remedial and summer programs. We truly appreciate the efforts of your staff! We are so thankful for Heritage." - Whites, parents of 8th grader

So what's going to happen in the fall?

Great question!


We wish we could lay out our plan for you with details and answer all the questions. Please be assured we are working diligently to put together a plan that balances safety, students' needs academically and socially, and parents needs to make good decisions for their children and their families.


A task force is at work looking into all these details, the recommended guidelines, talking with other schools and evaluating our particular school's challenges. We have a great advantage: we are small. We intend to take advantage of our small size in creating safe places for students to learn. 

We thank you for your patience as we work on these questions.

Remote Learning Schedule for 2020 spring

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