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NEWS
June 8, 2006
Heritage Academy Assistant Principal Stephen Taylor and Principal Harold Miles recently met in the Heritage gymnasium with students and staff members looking on for the finale of Heritage's "Kiss the Pig" contest. The contest helped the senior class raise money for its mission trip to Mexico City. Heritage families donated $940 during the event, which culminated with the principal and assistant principal coming face-to-face with the pig.
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NEWS
November 10, 2008
During the summer, some Heritage Academy students volunteered their time to spread the message of Jesus Christ to the community. The eighth- to 12th-graders traveled to their destinations eager to overcome any obstacles they might meet. Kathleen Kidd, Grace O'Brien, Stephanie O'Brien, Stephen Brewer and J.R. Dudeck spent time working at Good News Camp in Waynesboro, Pa. In addition, Dudeck started his own camp, named Kids For Christ. He had lots of support from friends and family.
NEWS
March 14, 2006
Five students from Heritage Academy have been nominated for the All-American Scholar Program, sponsored by The United States Achievement Academy Scholarship Foundation. Nominated were senior Meredith Johnson, daughter of Wayne and Sandi Johnson of Mercersburg, Pa.; juniors Molly Holtzman, daughter of Mark and Laura Holtzman of Clear Spring, and Jennifer King, daughter of Bill and Chris King of Hagerstown; sophomore Megan Mowen, daughter of Bob and Melba Mowen of Clear Spring; and freshman Danae Deal, daughter of Gerald and Teresa Deal of Smithsburg.
NEWS
September 30, 2012
When Heritage Academy began a live broadcast of the morning announcements last year, students had the opportunity not only to learn communication skills, but to develop leadership abilities. The TV lab was the idea of D. Hunter Powell, Heritage principal, and was assembled under the direction of Pastor Allen Robinson, the IT coordinator at Heritage.  In the beginning of the program, students already involved in the school's print journalism class were selected to help in the lab.  Audra Haddock-Martenot, a digital photography instructor at Hagerstown Community College who has children at Heritage Academy, offered suggestions during the early stages of the program, which is under the direction of journalism teacher Tammy Brewer.
NEWS
November 11, 2008
Emily Pinkham is a senior at Clear Spring High School. Ashley Jackson is a sophomore at Heritage Academy. Caroline Clark is a sophomore at Heritage Academy. Brittany Patey is a sophomore at Heritage Academy. Lakin Thomas is a freshman at North Hagerstown High School.
NEWS
December 4, 2008
Thursday Boys Basketball Mount Airy Christian at Heritage Academy, 7 Highland View Academy at Frederick Christian, 7 Girls Basketball Mount Airy Christian at Heritage Academy, 5:30 Fulton County Christian at CVCS, 5:30 Highland View Academy at Frederick Christian, 5:30
NEWS
October 29, 2007
Heritage Academy students Travis and Steven Barthalow journeyed recently to Xian, China, for two weeks on a mission trip. Steven is a senior and Travis is a sophomore.
OBITUARIES
April 12, 2012
Zachary Andrew Hartman, 24, of 153 Cumberland St., Clear Spring, Md., died Wednesday, April 11, 2012, at his home. Born June 22, 1987, in Hagerstown, Md., he was the son of Joseph Andrew and Cheree Denise Shrader Hartman. He was a graduate of Heritage Academy, Class of 2005. He was a member of Evangel Baptist Church. He was an avid fan of the Miami Dolphins and Atlanta Braves. He loved playing golf and spending time with his family, especially his nieces and nephews.
NEWS
December 26, 2007
The 28th Secrest Memorial Sing will be Monday, Dec. 31, from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Heritage Academy auditorium. In concert will be Tim Moffit of Hagerstown, Holly Helfrick of Greencastle, Pa., and Crossover from Mahaffey, Pa. The event is hosted by the Morning Star Singers and others. Heritage Academy is on Walnut Point Road, off U.S. 40, west of Hagerstown. For more information, call 301-733-9365. Food will be served. A freewill offering will be accepted at the event.
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