Kim Mantz Swallow
You should come take a tour!” That is what I tell friends who ask what I think of my children’s school. It is difficult to convey the unique atmosphere at American Heritage School. Much sacrifice has gone into its creation and continues to be made by families, teachers and staff to be able to be a part of the special environment at AHS. A place where God is welcome in class discussions and history is taught with original sources. Saxon math, ABeka grammar, and classical literature are taught with high standards and may have been what brought us to the school years ago but it is the commitment to nurturing the minds and the hearts of the children that keeps our family attending and inviting others to consider what AHS has to offer. So I say to all who are curious, come see for yourself. Visit a few classrooms. Observe teachers. Explore the literature. Skim the texts. Talk to students. Ask what they think of their school. Join the middle and high school students for lunch. Walk their hallways while changing classes. Go out to recess. Listen to the music in a choir class. Feel the Spirit during a school program. Experience for yourself AHS’s unique mission in action. It really is something special.