Heartland's junior high and high school curricula offer both traditional and innovative educational opportunities within the context of a biblical worldview.
ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International)
NCA – North Central Accrediting
When your student receives a diploma from Heartland High School, your student is receiving a document that is accepted all over the country. Our graduates have been accepted to schools like UMKC, KU, Loyola, C of O, MBTS, MU, MSU and many more. The above accrediting agencies have certified that we have a program that prepares young people to succeed in today’s colleges and universities and puts them on a winning track to handle whatever the world may throw at them.
Through academic excellence course requirements, career training, ministry days, and a wide variety of extracurricular activities, Heartland Christian students graduate as well-rounded individuals prepared for the next phase in life whether college, work, or ministry.
Preparing for the Future
Heartland offers classes that rival any school in the area to prepare students for college or the workforce. We desire that all students would have an idea of where God is leading them in decisions for their future.
Junior High serves the 6th-8th graders, while the High School serves the 9th-12th grades.
We use primarily ABEKA and Bob Jones University curriculum.
At this level, we prefer the students use the New American Standard translation of the Bible.
Secondary Chapel is at 2:00pm on Wednesdays, and the students break out into small groups after chapel to discuss the message.
Each student is assigned a locker, where he or she can store their belongings between classes.