Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all. -- Aristotle
We welcome your interest in Heritage School and are honored to be considered in your search for the best educational venue for your child. Our Classical and Christian educational experience is fertile ground for the growing of young persons into fine adults. The goal of the Heritage School admission process is to recruit eventual graduates who, along with their families, will enjoy and enhance our Christ-centered academic community as they prepare for college and life journey.
Tammy Richburg, Admissions Director
830-997-6597, ext 222
310 Smokehouse Rd, Fredericksburg, TX 78624
The application process begins through an introduction to our school. You may have heard about us through friends, family, the local news or perhaps you located us online. We recommend you schedule a tour to learn more about our school and community by calling 830-997-6597 ext. 222 or emailing us in the Admissions Office.
For specific information regarding our kindergarten program and its open house, click on Kindergarten at Heritage at the top right.
Your admissions file is opened once we receive a completed application and fee. For each applicant we also require a teacher recommendation and academic records for current and previous years. To begin your application, select Online Application.
Please note: The $125 application fee is non-refundable. You may first wish to check with the Admissions Office concerning classroom availability.
We want your family to fully embrace our Classical Christian program. In order to make the most of your partnership with us, it is important to understand our education philosophy and the history behind it. Regarding this, we encourage both parents to read An Introduction to Classical Education by Christopher Perrin. To read online, click on the title from the top right menu.
Students applying for grades 1-6 participate in an academic/developmental assessment held at Heritage in conjunction with a classroom visit. Students applying for admission to grades 7-12 are required to take the ISEE entrance exam and will do their classroom visits separately. All visits are to be scheduled through the Admissions Office.
The parent interview is a vital part of the admissions process. Once all paperwork and testing is complete, we meet with both parents in order to get to know one another more personally.
Ideally, the process begins in the fall of the academic year prior to the year your student hopes to attend. Priority applications, including all paperwork and testing, are due by March 31 for decision notification in early April. Once these priority admissions are complete, applications will continue to be accepted and evaluated on a rolling basis and spaces offered as they are available. If no space is open, waiting pools are established and you will be notified should a spot become available.