Ms. Estevez, other teachers and students are bringing fundraising to Heritage to reach the $2.5 million goal.
Should guns be allowed on college campuses? Should free secondary education be available to everyone living in the United States? These questions and more were examined Tuesday, April 4 by seven upper school speech contest finalists.
Korolevskaia’s 35-piece portfolio, however, stood out from the rest.
Sophomore Chase Freeman was the only one to qualify for the National Catholic Forensics League (NCFL) Grand Finals, which will take place in Louisville, Ky. in May.
The club strives to create a safe and comfortable environment for students and holds discussions about issues such as mental health, acceptance and bullying.
Heritage’s Model UN team defeated the odds, becoming one of only five schools to receive the “Award of Excellence,” an honor which cements the team’s position as one of the five best Model UN programs in the nation.
American Heritage’s “Ellis Island” posed obstacle after obstacle for the incoming immigrants, similar to the difficulties faced by early American migrants.