Electrical wiring projects are a standard part of AHS Standard Curriculum

Beginning in elementary school, students learn strong keyboarding skills, word processing, a variety of presentation software, and spreadsheet utilities.

In upper elementary and middle school, students are introduced to all state-of-the-art programming tools and languages. Advanced students will have mentoring in basic program scripts and use queries.

Electronics, robotics, and programming are integrated into our STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) curriculum in grades 4–9.

AHS limits the use of personal technology on campus. Our, focus for our students is person to person interactions, group learning, mentoring and experiential development.

American Heritage can provide resources for parents seeking guidance for the use of technology at home.