Think. Believe. Live.

We believe every student should think with excellence, believe with confidence, and live with character.

Train a child in the way he should go


Heritage acknowledges Jesus Christ as Lord over all life and the Bible as the final authority in matters of life and thought.


Heritage uses proven pedagogy that leverages the best content from Western civilization, has endured the test of time, and follows the natural learning of the child. In the early years, the influence of Charlotte Mason is woven into the curriculum to support Heritage’s emphasis on “the one who does the thinking does the learning.”


Heritage is the only covenant, classical and Christian Pre-K through 8 school inside the perimeter of Atlanta. This distinctive creates an environment where life is lived in community with other like-minded families who share the same values and standards.

More than words

I started in E1 and my biggest takeaway was realizing how every aspect of your life should be centered around Christ and the goal of it should be to glorify God. It’s something that I’m carrying on through high school and college. john John Simoneaux Heritage Class of 2010
One of the biggest takeaways from Heritage was the love of learning that they instilled here and especially the idea that you don’t have to divorce academia and your faith. michele Michele Ridgeway Heritage Class of 2009
One of my favorite things about Heritage is that you are able to incorporate Christ into learning and how each subject relates to another one. hps_alumni_spotlight_960pxx960px_0000_hannah-faulk Hannah Rae Faulk Heritage Class of 2008
Relationships at Heritage cannot be beat. Each of the teachers cares about each student. They care not only that the students succeed at Heritage but that they succeed in life. Classes build relationships with teachers that can last far past graduation. I’m still in touch with my Heritage Middle School teachers. thomas Thomas Hoover Heritage Class of 2013
Heritage prepared me so spiritually well. You go into high school knowing exactly who you are and exactly who you are in your faith. I never felt persecution but you just feel different sometimes. That’s ok. It's a good different. elizabeth Elizabeth Ray Heritage Class of 2011

What’s happening at Heritage


Learn more about what’s happening at Heritage Preparatory School each week by clicking below to see the latest news post.

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Highlander Post

The Highlander Post is a monthly newsletter highlighting clubs and athletics. This is where you can find registration links, pictures of participants, upcoming events, and general information regarding all of Heritage’s after school programming.

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Esse quam videri To be rather than to seem.
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