House Students in grades 10‐12 make up our Rhetoric School student body. These final years of school are dedicated to continuing the Heritage Oak classical school tradition of academic excellence and personal spiritual growth as mentor teachers challenge students to apply logic to current event situations, wrestle with ethical dilemmas in society, and solidify their understanding and application of God’s Word in all areas of life.

The additional emphasis of preparing each individual student for God’s vocational calling on their life is addressed through exploring college, military service, missions, technical field, or other endeavors unique to the student. Through one‐on‐one counseling, our College & Career course as well as our unique Applied Theology and Apologetics classes, students are better equipped for life beyond graduation.

Highlights of the Rhetoric School years include opportunities to serve as a House Captain or House Chaplain, serve on the House Council, participate in Protocol classes and events, missions trips, community service, debate, drama, rocket club, cross-country and mountain biking. In addition, all seniors present their final capstone thesis before a panel of judges who have an opportunity to challenge the thesis and give the student an opportunity to defend his position. This culminating event held in late Spring, presents the best of our students to the school and public audience.

Don’t miss out on this unique educational opportunity! We invite you and your student to attend our Senior Capstone Thesis event or schedule a visit to view our classes and see how Heritage Oak may be exactly the school your child has been looking for!

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Heritage Oak School

20915 Schout Road, Tehachapi, CA 93561

(661) 823-0885

HOS has a non-discriminatory policy. We welcome students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin to administration of our education policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan program, athletic and other school-administered programs.