Our school culture is enriched by an educational philosophy that encourages kindness, truth, and service to others. As early as preschool, our students affirm the values of diversity, mutual respect, and social responsibility – not only as they apply within our walls, but also within a broader social context.
While service-learning is practiced in each division at Heritage Hall, it is a requirement for graduation in the Upper School, where students must earn 25 service hours yearly. Service hours are granted for volunteer experiences completed with nonprofit agencies that have been pre-approved by the Director of Service Learning.
Sample List of Pre-Approved Service Locations
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Boys & Girls Club of Oklahoma City
Canterbury Senior Center
Citizens Caring for Children
Cleats 4 Kids
Girls on the Run
Infant Crisis Services
Myriad Botanical Gardens
Oklahoma Children’s Theatre
Oklahoma City Zoo
Regional Food Bank
Stanley Hupfield Academy at Western Village
Experience Service Learning at Heritage Hall
“Through the service-learning program, I learned to humble myself and understand that everyone doesn’t have it as easy as I do. My service and interaction with a wide range of people will help me throughout life.”
“I have learned to be more patient and flexible through serving others. Serving at Heritage Hall has also helped me realize the impact I can make on others, and I am forever grateful.”
Heritage Hall is an equal opportunity employer committed to a diverse community promoting fairness, acceptance, equal treatment, and opportunities for all. With regard to hiring, student admission, allocation of financial aid, and educational policy, it is our policy not to discriminate and to comply with all applicable state and federal laws prohibiting discrimination based on race, color, gender, national origin, religion, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or other applicable protected classification.