Choosing the right school will be one of the most important decisions you make as a parent.
    Is Heritage Oak right for your family?



    Is your family fully committed to Christ and His Church?

    Our mission is focused to serve Christian families who proclaim Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior and are already actively participating in a local church congregation. Because God has ordained the parents as the first and primary authority in the life of the child (Deut. 6), our role is to come alongside and support the parents (in loco parentis) as they seek to instruct their children spiritually and academically. Therefore we expect:

    Heritage Oak is committed to providing instruction in all classes from a Biblical worldview with faculty members that meet these same expectations.

    Is your primary educational goal to cultivate a love of Christ within your child?

    Parents are called to bring their children up “in the discipline (paideia) and instruction of the Lord” (Eph. 6:4). Our paideia shapes us, motivating our loves and affections, which in turn informs our decisions and actions. Individually, paideia is the whole training and education of the child; collectively, paideia forms a culture within a family, a church, and even a school.

    All schools have a paideia, but if you are seeking one that will form your child toward becoming a passionate lover of Christ and develop within them a strong mind that knows Christ and is prepared to transform the culture around them, then Heritage Oak is here to come alongside your family in loco parentis. This is our mission.

      Are you seeking a like-minded community that will reinforce your own parenting values?

        Are you looking for a school that emphasizes deep learning in the core subjects?

          Do you desire your child to be formed and shaped by the cultivation of good habits and godly behavior toward others?


          In the Christian school setting, the unity between home, church, and school are vitally important and requires a relationship built on like-minded values since the school supports the family in loco parentis, acting in place of the parent for the education of the child. The school asks that parents exemplify the Portrait of a Parent as indication that they are in agreement with the school.

          We would love to visit with you to answer your questions and give you an opportunity to see our school in person.
          Please schedule a tour to meet with our Admissions Counselor or visit Steps to Enroll to get started. 

          Heritage Oak School admits students of any race, color, sex, and national or ethnic origin, to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school‐administered programs. Heritage Oak School does reserve the right to select students on the basis of academic performance, religious commitment, philosophical compatibility, and willingness to cooperate with the Heritage Oak School administration and abide by its policies.


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          Emphasis on spiritual growth for the student is the most important aspect of the Heritage Oak experience. It is our desire to provide an Biblically immersive experience where all the resources are provided for each individual heart to become passionate for Christ and to strengthen their mind through a deep understanding for the Truth; that each graduate would exemplify a joy filled relationship with Christ as their Lord and King.

          Grammar School Spiritual life

          Spiritual life studies and activities for students in grades K-6 include:


          • Weekly chapel service
          • Catechisms based on Protestant doctrines of the Faith
          • Bible Memory: Verses, Chapters, and Themes
          • Overview of the Old and New Testament stories (Grades K-1)
          • Overview of the Bible and significance of events in history (Grades 2-6)
          • Bible Teaching on Worldview Foundations 
          • Various service projects throughout the year

          Logic & Rhetoric School Spiritual Life

          Spiritual life studies and activities for students in grades 7-12 include:


          • Weekly chapel service
          • Weekly Bible Study and Discussion
          • Reading through the entire Bible and with faculty mentors
          • Catechisms based on Protestant doctrines of the Faith
          • Bible Memory: Verses, Chapters, and Themes
          • Integrated Biblical Worldview coursework in all subjects
          • Apologetics and Applied Theology Courses
          • Community service participation
          • Apologetics Mission Trip for Juniors and Seniors

          We believe this model of spiritual education forms the heart for life. Read the Associaion of Classical Christian Schools 7 Life Outcomes of ACCS Alumni in the Good Soil Study to see for yourself!