Welcome to Heritage Hall

Every Heritage Hall employee plays a critical role in providing a challenging, yet supportive, environment for learning and development. Our students don’t turn to us simply for classroom instruction; they rely on our teachers, coaches, administrators, counselors, and staff for guidance, encouragement, and nurturing to do their best. 

We are committed to creating a community of faculty and staff as rich and diverse as the world around us. Our environment of inclusion, which fosters open communication, deep collaboration, and instructional freedom, is backed by strong administrative support and professional development opportunities. As one grows, we all grow. 

The Heritage Hall experience is not just a skillset; it is a mindset where our expectations for students are high because our standards of professional and personal excellence for our faculty and staff are even higher.

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Portrait of an Educator

A Heritage Hall Faculty Member

Creates lasting relationships with students, colleagues, and parents through a caring and inclusive community where all members are respected and valued. 

Develops learner-centered opportunities that help students develop into inquisitive thinkers, responsible citizens and compassionate leaders. 

Collaborates with colleagues to design and implement a challenging, relevant and connected curriculum. 

Builds high expectations for all students while striving to meet the individual needs of each learner. Implements evidence-based teaching and learning practices.  Designs a full range of meaningful assessments in which students are invited to demonstrate understanding. 

Explores and integrates a range of resources, including technology, to engage, enhance and extend learning goals. 

Understands the role of social, emotional, and physical wellbeing in the teaching and learning process and encourages the development of lifelong healthy behavior patterns. 

Exhibits the characteristics of a lifelong learner and engages in personal and professional development to impact student learning. 

Models the learn, lead and serve values and the skills and habits of mind represented in the Charger Code.

Why Heritage Hall?

Heritage Hall is well-regarded for developing students into citizens who learn, lead, serve, and so shape the world. We do so with the help of a caring faculty and staff.

Heritage Hall offers its employees:
  • Excellent professional development opportunities
  • A collaborative working environment
  • A rich employee benefits package
  • Opportunities for growth and leadership
  • An environment that fosters creative and innovative instruction
 

Employee Benefits

List of 7 items.

  • Retirement Plan

    Full-time employees are eligible to participate in the Heritage Hall TIAA-CREF Retirement Plan, administered by the Teachers’ Insurance and Annuity Association in New York. 

    The Plan may provide benefits upon retirement, death, or termination of employment. 

    Employees may begin plan participation after reaching 23 years of age and after completing one year of full-time employment. 

    Each year, Heritage Hall will contribute a sum equal to 5% of salary on behalf of all plan participants. After an employee reaches age 40, the School will additionally match the employee's contribution, dollar for dollar, up to an additional 5%. 

    Employees become vested at the rate of 25% per year of service, reaching full vestment in their fourth year at Heritage Hall.
  • Insurance

    Medical Insurance
    Heritage Hall underwrites the cost of health benefits for all full-time employees. Dependents may also be covered at employee expense through payroll deductions. 

    Upon separation from Heritage Hall, the insurance coverage ceases at the end of the contractual year (June 30, unless otherwise noted). The separating employee may elect COBRA coverage for a maximum of 18 months or until new insurance begins, whichever comes first.

    Dental and Vision Insurance
    Dental and vision insurance are optional services not covered by Heritage Hall. Employees and their dependents may be covered at employee expense through payroll deduction.

    Life Insurance
    Full-time employees are covered by life insurance in an amount equal to his or her annual salary, up to $50,000.

    Disability Insurance
    Heritage Hall underwrites the cost of disability insurance for all employees who work 30 or more hours per week. 

    Once all available sick leave has been used, the program pays 60% of the employee's gross salary for the first 180 days, and 67% of the gross salary thereafter until age 65. 

    All benefits are continued during the first 180 days of disability.

    Worker's Compensation
    The School provides this form of insurance to cover the medical costs and loss of pay resulting from injuries or illnesses sustained while executing one's assigned job.

    Flexible Spending Plan
    Full-time employees have the option to withhold a specified amount (tax-exempt) from their pay to be placed in a holding account for health-related expenses allowed by the IRS. These include group plan health insurance premiums, dependent care expenses, and non-reimbursed medical expenses.
  • Paid Leave

    Vacation for administration and staff is defined in the employee's contract. 

    Heritage Hall recognizes nine paid holidays in the calendar year.

    Each full-time employee earns 10 days of sick leave per year. The School will pay for any necessary substitute while an employee is absent due to personal or family illness. Employees may accumulate a maximum 60 days sick leave. 

    Two days of leave each year are available for use as emergency leave.
  • Professional Development

    Heritage Hall is committed to supporting the professional growth of each faculty member. 

    Full-time faculty may apply for a grant up to $1,500 plus for graduate work, professional development, or conferences and seminars during the school year.
  • Technology

    Full-time and select part-time teachers receive a laptop computer that is replaced according to a regular schedule. Faculty may have the option to purchase computers after the scheduled replacement.

    Internet access is provided to all teachers while on campus. 
       
    A limited amount of funds are available to employees for no interest loans used to purchase personal computers, laptops, and tablets. Loans are limited to $1,200 and must be repaid within 48 months through payroll deduction.
  • Tuition Assistance

    Need-based tuition assistance is awarded each year. For more information, click here.
  • After-School Childcare

    On-site after-school care is available for current Heritage Hall students.
Heritage Hall is committed to a diverse community that promotes fairness, tolerance, and equal treatment and opportunities for all. With regard to hiring, student admission, allocation of financial aid, and educational policy, we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, political or religious beliefs, social or financial status.
 
Heritage Hall is an AA/EOE.

Why Oklahoma City?

Heritage Hall is located in northwest Oklahoma City. Unlike any other city in the world, Oklahoma City was born in a single day at the sound of a gunshot, settled by a historic land run. Angelo Scott, a journalist who staked his claim in the run, wrote at the time about the spirit of the city, saying it has "an attitude that all things are possible if people are willing to take a chance and embrace the future without hesitation or reservation."

That same spirit lives today as the city undergoes a renaissance. Public and private partnerships over the last 10 years have dramatically transformed the face of the city, staking a claim for the future as a pre-eminent American city. 

With the second lowest cost of living of any major metropolitan area, Oklahoma City offers everything you look for in a modern metropolitan community – an abundance of the arts, quality health care, excellence in education, and more. And it does so without high costs, energy shortages, smog, or traffic congestion. 

Oklahoma City is a distinctly livable city where you can chase your dreams and still enjoy a rich quality of life.

Read more at visitokc.com and abetterlifeokc.com
1800 NW 122nd Street, 
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
PHONE 405.749.3001   FAX 405.751.7372
Heritage Hall is a co-educational college preparatory school in Oklahoma City. As one of the few secular private schools in the state, we offer a challenging academic curriculum for students from preschool through grade 12, as well as unique leadership opportunities, a wide spectrum of athletics, and a well developed fine arts program.