Heritage Preparatory School offers athletic and academic clubs for students in Enrichment I-Class 5. These clubs complement the core curriculum of the school and allow students to pursue increased understanding and competency in a variety of interests, guided by teachers who are passionate about the subject. Students have an opportunity to participate in clubs one or two days per week. Some offerings include Running Club, Art Club, Creative Writing Club, Bible Club, and Manners Club.
Middle and High School students will have the opportunity to take part in a variety of clubs such as Speech and Debate, Student Government, Mock Trial, Drama, and Yearbook.
Speech and Debate hones students’ public speaking skills, giving them the chance to compete against other schools over pre-determined and prepared debate topics or in a range of speech categories from original persuasive speeches to dramatic interpretations.
Student Government nurtures leadership skills and responsibilities in elected positions that also act as the voice of the student body to administration and faculty.
Students are expected to think on their feet in Mock Trial, competing against other schools to argue their case in prepped and impromptu speaking. The Mock Trial team will follow the traditional format, prepping the offered case with several attorneys and several witnesses.
Drama offers students who love to act the opportunity of the stage, putting on several productions throughout the year, ranging from dramatic plays to musicals. Students who are more interested in the technical aspects of theater are taught skills that enable the production run smoothly.
Yearbook allows for a blend of creativity, writing and visual graphics to tell the story of the school year, giving students a tangible, lasting memory of their time at HPS.