Staff Profiles

Sharon Davis 

Math, Science 

Sharon Davis graduated from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. She also holds a Teaching Credential from California State University Bakersfield, California. Sharon has worked at Heritage Oak School since September 2008 and has taught all of the Sciences and Mathematics subjects.

Her desire to teach in a Classical Christian School stems from knowing the freedom to bring truths from the Bible into all of the classes taught, and the continuity between all subjects. “It is a joy to teach students in the small classroom setting which gives opportunity to interact with students more directly.” She appreciates the like-mindedness of parents and teachers working together to assure success for the students both academically and behaviorally in their learning experiences. She also loves the opportunity the students have in the Chapel Services each week  to hear God’s Word taught practically from a variety of godly speakers sowing many “good seeds of truth into their hearts.”

1 Corinthians 16:14 “Let all you do be done in love.”

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SPIRITUAL LIFE

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!