It is the mission of Heritage Hall to inspire in each child the curiosity to learn, the self-confidence to lead, and the compassion to serve.
(School Code: 372669)
What distinguishes Heritage Hall from other schools?
• 15 Advanced Placement offerings
• Three full-time college counselors
• Languages: French, Latin, Chinese, Spanish
• Peer leadership and cross-age learning programs
• Celebrated performing and visual arts programs in each division
• Summer programs: enrichment, academic, athletic
• Nationally ranked debate program
• 68 National Merit Honorees, 2001-2012
• After-school activities, clubs, and service opportunities
• Daily instruction in Spanish, kindergarten-grade 5
• Premier athletic facilities and 14 sports offerings for students, grades 7-12
• $2 million annual financial aid budget
• 1:1 digital learning environment, preschool-grade 12
• Member: National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
• Accredited by Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS)
Applicants are evaluated for admission based on their performance on the entrance exam, teacher recommendations, previous academic performance, and the interview.
- Total Enrollment: 880 students
- Faculty: 101 (95 full-time/6 part-time)
||Heritage Hall is a member of the Cum Laude Society: "The presence of a Cum Laude chapter at a secondary school is an indication that superior scholastic achievement is honored."
Cum Laude Website
Other Key Facts
Community service: schoolwide, students perform approximately 20,000 hours annually
Average class size: 15 students
Early Childhood Center: 8:1 student-teacher ratio
Faculty with advanced degrees: 45%
Athletics: 12 sports for girls and 10 sports for boys, as part of the OSSAA (Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association). Students have an opportunity to compete in state championships in 22 different varsity sports. Heritage Hall has won 63 state championships and 43 state runner-up awards since 1975.
Clubs and organizations: 26
Matriculation rate to 4-year colleges: 100%
Recent graduates accepted to: Georgetown, Yale, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, New York University, Northeastern, Colorado College, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Trinity, Baylor, Southern Methodist University, Texas Christian University, University of Texas, Hendrix, Rollins, Colorado School of Mines, Seton Hall, Belmont, DePaul, Baldwin Wallace, Indiana University, Westminster, and the University of British Columbia.