Academics

Portrait of a Charger

What does it mean to be a Charger? By the time they graduate, Heritage Hall students stand out among their peers as some the best educated, college-bound students in the country. Fully prepared for success at the university level, our graduates are confident, compassionate leaders who have contributed hundreds of service learning hours as part of a well-rounded education that fuels character development and a lifelong aspiration To Learn, To Lead, and To Serve.

Alina Wilson

Attending: Stanford University

To Learn:
• Heritage Hall “Lifer”
• Class of 2019 Valedictorian 
• National Merit Finalist
• SAT Perfect Scorer
• 2019 Coca-Cola Scholar
• 2019 Cameron Impact Scholar
• AP Scholar with Distinction, 2018
• Challenge Scholar; Challenge Artist
 
To Lead:
• Class Officer, 2018-19
• Homecoming Court, 2018 
• Varsity Softball Captain
• Diversity Club President, 2016-19
• Art Club President, 2016-19
• Student Council Officer, 2018-19
 
To Serve:
• “Adopt a Grandparent” President, 2016-19
• OKC Youth Council Member: Ward 7 Representative, 2017-18
• Presidential Service Gold Award, 2017, 2018 (600+ hours of service)

Emily Tompkins

Attending: Vanderbilt University

To Learn:
• Class of 2019 Salutatorian 
• National Merit Finalist
• Cum Laude Society
• Lois Smith-Duncan French Award, 2019
• Anthony Shadid ’81 Award, 2019
• Heritage Hall Challenge Scholar
 
To Lead:
• Class Officer, 2018-19
• Cheer Captain, 2018-19
• 4A Cheer State Runner-up, 2018
• Peer Leader
• Unity Day Leader, 2018
• French Club Officer, 2019
 
To Serve:
• Special Care, Inc. Teen Board, 2017, 2018, 2019
• American Heart Association Sweetheart, 2017
• Oklahoma Heart Association, 2017 
• Western Village Academy Mentor, 2019