Phone: 720-554-3500
Fax: 720-554-3588
Attendance: 720-554-3595

6867 East Heritage Place South
Centennial, CO 80111
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We Are Heritage


​Heritage Elementary is a unique neighborhood school dedicated to inspiring children to become passionate, lifelong learners. We have a rigorous, challenging curriculum and environment designed to inspire all children to soar to their full potential. We teach children to use specific thinking strategies to solve problems, think deeply and understand their learning and the world around them.
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​​​​​What makes Heritage unique?
Workshop Model

A consistent style of instruction from year to year provides students large blocks of time to engage in authentic tasks. Students delve deeply in their learning both individually and in small groups. Teachers serve as guides and coaches to individualize instruction. Students are engaged and motivated to become lifelong learners.

​Teachers Specialize
Teachers at each grade level teach either math and science or reading and writing, depending on their strengths and passions. Social studies is integrated throughout the curriculum. Students are with each teacher for half the day and they gain a deeper understanding of content and standards because teachers have the time to effectively plan​ and teach curriculum.
Thinking Strategies
Research shows that students who become aware of the techniques and skills of effective learners are able to integrate those attributes into their own learning; to think deeply. This helps create confident learners who know how to use language around their learning.
Love and Logic Philosophy
​Our teachers have been trained in the nationally recognized Love and Logic philosophy, which encourages responsibility and ownership by establishing natural consequences.
A Neighborhood School
As one of the smallest schools in metro Denver, Heritage provides a warm and nurturing environment for students and families.​


We Are Heritage
We Are Passionate
Our classrooms are filled with wonder and exploration. We are excited to jump right into learning.
We Are Mindful
We are aware when we understand and when we don't so we can investigate and deeply explore our world.
We Are Inspired
We are motivated by our teachers to push our limits and utilize our individual talents.
We Are Caring
​At Heritage we are surrounded by students, teachers and parents who genuinely care about us.
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