Just a fantastic school all around. I have two kids that attend, one who is now in jr high and has attended since kindergarten. I ask them each year if they would like to keep attending and they both say yes without hesitation. We don’t force them, it’s their choice. They learn in a Christian environment. Those who are not Christian are still welcome to attend but need to agree to live by the honor code that is based on Christian values. The pace of learning and homework load can be accelerated at times from a traditional public school, however, these kids leave prepared for college and life. The kids typically test higher than at state and national averages. All of the expected academic disciplines are taught along with religious values which helps to reinforce what is being taught at home. This helps the kids to develop a strong moral compass at a young age as they learn to be self governed. Full Disclosure- This school is not a great fit for kids who have a hard time with abiding by rules and structure. The kids are expected to behave and learn. If your child fits these parameters then he/she will likely have a wonderful experience and enjoy their time at American Heritage!