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    1275 Central Blvd., Brentwood, CA 94513
    $1,870 - $3,445
    • 1-3 Beds
    • 1-2 Baths
    Last updated 8 Dec 2019
    (925) 293-9374

Heritage High School Overview

101 American Avenue, Brentwood, CA 94513 , Tel: +1 (925) 634-0037 Liberty Union High School District
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    Type: Public High School
    Grades: 12-Sep
  • 2561


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Heritage High School Ratings & Reviews

August 27, 2018 Submitted by a parent
Academics in math, AP History, AP and all sci courses are very good. English lacking. The worst is really the extra-curricular classes we have had experience with. From Engineering type courses like Design Drafting (series of teacher turn-over and the hiring of inexperienced teachers) results in classes teaching same curriculum in different classes. Also Journalism with a teacher who failed to overview her editors, mis-graded, probably taking editors word for stuff, and outright lying (eg: This student is not an A student, even though she gave the student an A in the previous semester). Huh? Band was really a terrible, if not slightly emotionally abusive experience. My students are both really good at what they do, private lessons for years etc .. , but neither are child musical prodigies. Those who are have an easier time. But even those spend time trying to anticipate what the band director might throw at them to trip them up. Whether opportunity exists for all students or not to study different musical parts, we have had the experience of comparing two students, one who practiced first chair parts with one who didn't, and placing them in Jazz A or B based on how they played these pieces. Hmmm. Also had experience of pep band leader being chosen and it turned out not to be the one that the current pep band leader wanted to have win (also a trusted student advisor - I guess - to the band director), so they had a 2nd audition, changed the rules, and put in the person she & possibly the band director wanted to have in. New leader is also daughter of the band pta? Coincidence? Not sure. Mind you, I mostly like the pta pres. So this point of view does not come from any personal animosity towards them. Just makes you wonder. This band director uses talent and doesn't build it, actually tears people down who are pretty good by depleting them of their confidence by placing them in opportunities to fail. If your child cares about band, but also their self-esteem, and wants to wait for mentally and emotionally negative shaping to take place till they are an adult, I would certainly not recommend this school for band. On the other hand, if your student is a child protege and loves cut throat competition and humiliation if they have a bad day and an environment in which their peers will not hesitate to criticize them, go for it!
December 09, 2016 Submitted by a student
Though Heritage High has flaws, those flaws can easily be overlooked. The teachers are great, for the most part. Everyone complains of the lazy teachers only here for the paycheck, when that's a very small amount. And they also complain that they don't slow down, when you shouldn't have your hand held at this age, unless you have special needs. Get use to it. This is life, because once your time with high school is done, it's off to college. The principal is great, but the student leadership could use a little work. The school is VERY spirited. I'm in the band program, when I go to the Varsity Football games to play music, and many of the students have a blast, and respectful of those who get hurt. Speaking of, I'm yet to see a single bully in this school. Maybe I'm just doing a great job of blending in (which is what you should do), or the school deals with bullies greatly. The school resource officer is great at his job, and very friendly. And, the school is clean. Heck, even the bathrooms look nice. All vandalism is cleaned right away and trash is picked up daily. And students here are, yes, very spoiled. But, none are real jerks. I was welcomed here by many, I've made great new friends, and rekindled old friendships. I'm a freshman of this school, and this has been the best of year of school I've ever had.
August 26, 2016 Submitted by a community member
Special Ed students have to clean up trash in this heat and it makes me feel like it's unfair,I'm ashamed of having to attend this school this school.
August 16, 2015 Submitted by a parent
Heritage is a beautiful school that could pass for a JC. Unfortunately, the quality of the education is lacking. Many teachers are there just for a paycheck and are on their phones or Facebook while they handout busy work in class for students. They will tell the kids they don't care if they are on their phones and don't correct bad behavior and disruption I feel because of no support from the administration and the uninvolved parents. My child showed me a snap chat story that was done during school of kids doing vodka shots IN CLASS. A LARGE number of students show up stoned to class... Yes, these could be problems at any school but Liberty Union would have you believe their schools are fabulous. They are FAILING!! I moved my child to a private school in walnut creek and the 3.81 that was easily received at Heritage dropped to a 3.16!!! Spanish had to be dropped because of lack of knowledge, (received an A at Heritage) and was behind in every subject. If you want good preparation,for college, maturity, involved teachers, less politics, PLEASE move your child to a different school. I finally got smart after my child was missing 3 books after school had been in session 6 weeks!! And yes I went to her counselor (who is dressed worse than any inappropriate outfit a student could wear), the vice principal and the school district. Don't you know... "Common core" was to blame for the lack of preparedness the school had for their students. But don't worry, the athletic department has a LARGE budget to work with....
February 01, 2015 Submitted by a student
Do not let the school's looks tempt you. This school has literally some of the worst teachers. Most teachers do not teach, they play on their phone while assigning busy work. The PE teachers make the students preform acts some would consider abusive. Teachers often set up students to fail. Even AP classes, like Human Geography, are set up to do repetitive busy work that causes students too "learn less more" and assign excessively large BS projects that will not help the student learn the material nor pass the AP test. While these may be common issues at other schools, they are pervading here.
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