Heritage School provides a distinctive classical Christ-centered education
that prepares students for servant leadership and lives that glorify God.
Heritage School provides a distinctive classical and Christ-centered college preparatory education that prepares students for servant-leadership and lives that glorify God. The Heritage graduate strives to exemplify Jesus Christ, to think critically, speak articulately, write effectively, pursue learning for their lifetime, and persevere in all that they endeavor to do. Believing that the parents are ultimately responsible for their children's education, Heritage is committed to forming a working partnership in which the school and parents actively support each other in academics as well as character formation for each child. Heritage School uses methods of teaching based on a three-tiered approach known as the Trivium, proven effective for centuries. Our teachers integrate faith and learning by teaching all subjects with a biblical world view and are role models of life-long learning and Christian character. The goal of this rigorous, academically rich training results in graduates who are able to learn independently because they have gained the tools for learning. The faculty are all degreed, with most holding advanced degrees. Teaching their students with a passion for the Lord Jesus Christ, they display a love for their subjects and learning. Servant leadership and Christ-like character are of paramount importance to both parents and faculty. Heritage School, a nondenominational community embracing multiple Christian churches throughout the area, was established in 1994 to serve the children in the Texas Hill Country. Located in Fredericksburg, Texas, the school recently moved into David Herzog Hall, a lovely, new academic pavilion on the 38-acre campus. Within the year we will see the reuniting of the upper and lower schools at the Smokehouse campus. Here the Heritage families will enjoy continued fun, fellowship, and a shared vision of completing all phases of the campus.