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Safety and Security

Heritage Hall has an ongoing commitment to provide the most advanced security measures available for the safety of everyone on campus. Under the direction of the Director of Safety and Security and the Assistant Director of Safety and Security, both former Oklahoma City police officers, the school employs enhanced security protocols and technology, including strategically placed surveillance cameras and highly visible security personnel, to help promote a more secure environment.

If you have questions or are in need of assistance while on campus, please contact Security:

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  • Gated Entries

    • The east gate on 115th Street south of the Upper School is closed at 6:00 pm daily unless there is a major event on campus.
    • The west gate on 115th Street and Alumni Drive south of The MAC is open for carpool from 7:30-8:30 am and 2:30-6:00 pm daily when school is in session.
    • The north gate on 122nd Street and Alumni Drive near the Lower School is closed at 10:00 pm daily.
  • Traffic Regulations

    • The campus speed limit is 15 mph, 10 mph when pedestrians are present.
    • Observe all STOP and ONE-WAY directional signs.
    • No parking in the circle drive or along the curb in front of the Lower School.
    • Keep all passengers inside the vehicle while in the carpool lanes.
    • Drivers should not park in front of or block the main north entrance to The MAC. Please drop off and pick up students at the northeast entrance.
    • Safe driving practices should be adhered to at all times.
  • Protecting Personal Property

    In our continuing efforts to maintain a safe and secure campus, please keep in mind the following tips for protecting your personal possessions while on school grounds.
    • Never leave backpacks, purses, bags or valuables unattended. Be especially protective of your belongings during after-school activities and events.
    • Consider leaving electronics and other valuables locked out of sight in a locker, desk, or vehicle trunk or glove compartment.
    • Keep a picture of valuables brought to school on your cell phone and stored elsewhere, particularly traceable items with serial numbers, to increase chances of recovery if lost or stolen.
    • Immediately report crime, theft or loss to school security or administrators. You can also fill out a Missing Property Report. All items lost or stolen on campus should be reported to increase the chances of recovery and to assist in our efforts to minimize theft and maintain the integrity of our school.
    While incidents of theft are extremely rare, these simple suggestions will help ensure the security of personal belongings as well as decrease opportunities for items to be lost.

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