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See You at the Pole September 27

Wednesday, September 27
7:45-8:15am

We are excited to rally with the global student population for God’s will to be done in this school, city, state, nation and world. Please join us Wednesday, September 27 at 7:45 a.m. around the flagpole for the HCS event. Parents, this is a great opportunity to pray with your children, their classmates and other parents.

Welcome to 2017-2018

Here are a few links that will be helpful throughout the school year. You can download all calendars, documents, schedules and handbooks right from this page.

All School Information:

  • 2017-2018 Heritage Christian School Calendar: important dates listed including holiday breaks, Grandparents Day, half days, and more.
  • Parent Student Handbook: Refer to the handbook for information on school policy such as dress code, discipline, lost and found, etc. There is a very informative “Special Events Guide” in the back of the handbook explaining a variety of school events that are held throughout the year.
  • Supply Lists

Lunch:

Athletics:

Before and After School Program

Summer Office Hours

The Heritage Christian School office will be open for visits and phone calls on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am-2pm during the summer months. Our normal hours will begin again in mid August.

Feel free to call or email any time and we will get back to you as soon as possible. You can also fill out an inquiry through our Contact page or Visit page.

Heritage Christian School Office:

(319)626-4777

information@hcs-nl.com

More contact information

ACSI Math Olympics and Creative Writing Festival Results

In 1 Corinthians 12:4-7, we read,

“Now there are varieties of gifts, but the same Spirit, and there are varieties of service, but the same Lord; and there are varieties of activities, but it is the same God who empowers them all in everyone. To each is given the manifestation of the Spirit for the common good.”

Each of our students have been created by God with a variety of gifts. Some have been given gifts of creativity, others athletic gifts, others gifts of compassion, and others gifts of music. Whatever gifts we have received, we are called to use them for His Kingdom and glory. This winter, our students were given an opportunity to demonstrate their gifts in the areas of writing and math, through two competitions organized by ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International). For the ACSI Math Olympics, students took a series of qualifying math tests to determine who would compete regionally. For the Creative Writing competition, the students in middle school were asked to submit their top writing piece according to the qualifications determined by ACSI. In celebration and thanksgiving for the math and writing gifts God has blessed these students with, we would to recognize the following students.

ACSI Creative Writing Competition

Nancy Nahra – 6th Grade Poetry – Excellent Rating
Kufre Ituk – 7th Grade Poetry – Superior Rating (Advances to ACSI Regional Competition)
Susan Jessop – 7th Grade Short Story – Excellent Rating

ACSI Math Olympics Computation Participants

Jackson Adam – 3rd Grade
Anjali Mezhir – 3rd Grade
Jayce Norpel – 3rd Grade
Eno Ituk – 5th Grade
Bella Mosier – 5th Grade
Sarah Robinson – 5th Grade
Aubrey Miller – 6th Grade
Corey Holman – 6th Grade
Lydia Hunter – 6th Grade
Connor Ahrens – 7th Grade
Kufre Ituk – 7th Grade
Chase Loftus – 7th Grade
Cathy Cooper – 8th Grade
Whitney Traetow – 8th Grade
Spencer Holman – 8th Grade

ACSI Math Olympics Reasoning Participants

Mitchell Holman – 3rd Grade
Valerie Metternich – 3rd Grade
Rylen Schweitzer – 3rd Grade
Peyton Liu – 4th Grade
Malinee Mezhir – 4th Grade
Caroline Cooper – 4th Grade
Seth Olsen – 5th Grade
Ashlyn Pitcher – 5th Grade
Warren Murphy – 5th Grade
Nancy Nahra – 6th Grade
Aurora Norpel – 6th Grade
Zander Edkin – 6th Grade
Hunter Schau – 7th Grade
Jordan Robinson – 7th Grade
Adu Habte – 7th Grade
Susan Jessop – 7th Grade
Jaden Frink – 8th Grade
Chloe Lybeck – 8th Grade
Dayna Wichhart – 8th Grade

Additionally, we would like to congratulate the following students who placed in the top five for their grade levels in the regional competition. Congratulations!

Rylen Schwietzer – 3rd Place – 3rd Grade Reasoning
Mitchell Holman – 5th Place – 3rd Grade Reasoning
Jayce Norpel – 2nd Place – 3rd Grade Computation
Jackson Adam – 5th Place – 3rd Grade Computation
Peyton Liu – 3rd Place – 4th Grade Reasoning
Caroline Cooper – 4th Place – 4th Grade Reasoning
Eno Ituk – 3rd Place – 5th Grade Computation
Sarah Robinson – 4th Place – 5th Grade Computation
Corey Holman – 4th Place – 6th Grade Computation
Aubrey Miller – 5th Place – 6th Grade Computation
Zander Edkin – 2nd Place – 6th Grade Reasoning
Aurora Norpel – 5th Place – 6th Grade Reasoning
Chase Loftus – 3rd Place – 7th Grade Computation
Kufre Ituk – 5th Place – 7th Grade Computation
Susan Jessop – 2nd Place – 7th Grade Reasoning
Jordan Robinson 3rd Place – 7th Grade Reasoning
Spencer Holman – 2nd Place – 8th Grade Computation
Cathy Cooper – 3rd Place – 8th Grade Computation
Whitney Traetow – 4th Place – 8th Grade Computation

Talent Show Info

Talent Show – May 31, 2017, 12:45pm

Auditions – May 9th & 10th 
 
Who: Students K – 8th grades. You may participate in up to 2 performances.
What to bring:   EVERYTHING you need for your act MUST be brought to the audition. You must have your own CD or accompanist (no i-devices or flashdrives). Any lyrics or jokes MUST be printed and given to the judges at the audition. If you don’t have everything needed for your performance, you will not be allowed to tryout.
When: Sign up for an audition May 1st – May 5th (this is the only week to sign up). Auditions are held May 9th & 10th at 3:10pm
Where: Auditions will be in the gym. Sign-up sheets will be posted outside each classroom
Why: Honor God by sharing the talents God has given you!
Some other information:
  • Parents are responsible for transporting their students to and from the talent show auditions. Anyone without a ride will be sent to after school care and charged accordingly. Students normally in after school care will not be dismissed unless they have signed up on the audition sheet.
  • Students will be signing up for an audition day, not a specific time. Students must sign up during week of sign-ups.
  • No lip syncing.
  • 3 ½ minutes time limit for solo acts and 5 minute time limit for a group.
  • All acts must be approved during one of the two tryout days.
Any questions please see Miss Jensen, Mrs. Peters, or Miss Franje.

Grandparents Day 2017 – April 21

Grandparents Day is a day set aside to honor grandparents. All grandparents of Heritage students are invited and encouraged to come and spend ½ day of school with their grandchildren.

Where should grandparents go upon arrival to the school?

Grandparents should go to the gym upon arrival. A breakfast/brunch will be waiting for them there.

What if you don’t have a grandparent close by, can you bring someone else?

Feel free to invite a “surrogate” grandparent.

How will everyone be dismissed from school this day?
Students will be dismissed from the Heritage Christian School gymnasium. Names will be called and students will be dismissed. Keep an eye on your students and make sure that if grandparents are taking them home, we know it.

Educating for Eternity Banquet

The Educating for Eternity banquet (EFE) is Heritage Christian School’s largest annual fundraiser. Donations given during this event help offset annual operating costs and allow the school’s leadership to keep tuition costs as low as possible. Consider attending this event and help support what God is doing at Heritage.

This year’s banquet will take place on Saturday, March 4, 2017, at the Bella Sala Event Center in Tiffin. We’re excited to have added a Silent Auction this year. The doors will open at 5pm so you can browse a variety of auction items generously donated by local (and some not so local) businesses. You won’t want to miss the opportunity to bid on vacation packages, Disney tickets, gift baskets, hand crafted items, teacher outings, and much more! Dinner will be served at 6pm with dessert and a social time to follow. Our evening will be capped off with Rick Green who will speak about how to equip a new generation of leaders to champion the cause of freedom and truth in government, media, entertainment, and education, as we help bring our nation back to the principles on which we were founded.

Tickets for the event are $25. Buy Tickets here. Additional information about the event and Rick Green can be found on our website here.

This EFE banquet is not only about raising money for the school. It’s also a great opportunity to share with friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors what Heritage is all about. We’d love for you to join us and spread the word about our school and its mission to raise children who love and serve Jesus Christ.

 

2017-2018 School Calendar

August 23 – First Day of Class

Dec. 25 – Jan. 5 – Christmas Break

March 12-16 – Spring Break

May 30 – Last Day of School

View the 2017-2018 School Calendar

 

 

EFE 2017 Promo Video

Please join us in support of Heritage Christian School as we serve families within the Iowa City, North Liberty and Coralville area with Christ-centered, academically challenging education.

Educating for Eternity 2017

Join us on Saturday, March 4, at the Bella Sala Event Center in Tiffin for our annual Educating for Eternity Fundraising Banquet. Doors will open at 5PM for the Silent Auction with dinner following at 6PM. At 7PM, Rick Green will speak on how to equip a new generation of leaders to champion the cause of freedom and truth in government, media, entertainment, and education, as we help bring our nation back to the principles on which we were founded. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased here.

The Educating for Eternity Banquet is Heritage Christian School’s largest annual fundraiser. Please join us in support of Heritage Christian School as they serve families within the Iowa City, North Liberty and Coralville area with Christ-centered, academically challenging education. Heritage Christian School representatives will be available during the event to answer questions you may have about our school and its mission to raise children who love and serve Jesus Christ.