Grades: Age 2 through Kindergarten

Founding Year: 1980

Governance Structure: Heritage School is a ministry of Church of the Saviour and is governed by a Board of Directors. The Director and all members of the Board must be members or associate members of the Church.

Incorporation Status: Heritage School is a non-profit ministry of Church of the Saviour. Although we are a ministry of Church of the Saviour, Heritage School operates independently within its own budget.

Faculty/Teachers: All teachers are degreed and certified in Early Childhood Education and/or Elementary Education. Teachers continue to follow an individual professional development plan to further their knowledge and teaching skills at the early childhood level.

Enrollment: for the 2014-2015 School Year: 194

Cities/Towns: Heritage School draws students from 30 towns and neighborhoods in the area: Ardmore, Berwyn, Broomall, Bryn Mawr, Chesterbrook, Conshohocken, Devon, Exton, Glen Mills, Hatfield, Haverford, Jeffersonville, King of Prussia, Lansdowne, Malvern, Media, Newtown Square, Paoli, Philadelphia, Phoenixville, Plymouth Meeting, Radnor, Rosemont, St Davids, Strafford, Upper Darby, Villanova, West Norriton, Wayne, West Chester

We have a wide spectrum of students and families represented at Heritage School. The families come from all over the globe, representing transient business families, or communities of families who hear about us by word of mouth. The families are supportive, involved, and care for one another and the school. Heritage School embraces the many different cultures represented amongst our constituents.

"Thank you for your love, caring heart, graciousness and generosity toward us, the international moms. You really reach out to the needy." Heritage Parent

 

A Quality Early Education Program

- accredited ACSI -

  • A curriculum based on sound Christian principles of child development
  • Warm and nurturing interactions among children and staff
  • A healthly and safe environment for children
  • A sufficient number of adults per child, appropriate for group size
  • Strong communication among parents and staff
  • Staff who are interactive with children and parents
  • A commitment among staff to the development of teaching skills
  • Developmental appropriateness of the curriculum
  • Plentiful materials to stimulate learning
  • A developmental focus that meets the needs of the whole child
  • A program that emphasizes language development and a print-rich environment
  • A program that encourages exploration and discovery

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