“Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.”― Aristotle

Classically Inspired

Heritage Flex Academy follows a classical education approach to learning. Students master important academic standards from a knowledge-rich curriculum based on the trivium and intellectual heritage of Western literature and thought.

Personalized Support and Flex Choices for Families

Heritage Flex reinvented a learning model that requires parent involvement on non-classroom days and enables parents to tailor the curriculum to their student’s learning needs. Heritage Flex encourages the family to spend time exploring their children’s gifts, strengths, and individual interests. This model invites parents to enter the educational journey alongside their student and to remain the primary influence in their student’s growth in education and character development. Building bridges from home-to-school benefits students and families. We know when parents and primary educators are highly engaged, student engagement and love of learning is solidified.

An Added Advantage: A Second Opportunity for Parents

It is important to point out one of the greatest advantages of educating children at home; the parents have a second chance to receive the education that may have been missed. Even the well educated learn profoundly more the second time around. It is well known that the best way to learn is to be forced to teach! When parents are intrinsically involved in the teaching of their children, they often find that they enjoy learning some Latin, discussing the classics, working with their children to examine more closely his conclusions in scientific research, and applying the logical steps of mathematical thought. Parents using the classical approach to education to educate their child at home find that a whole new world of knowing and understanding begins to open for them and their children as well. This is the education that all parents should desire for their children because as G.K. Chesterton said, “Education is simply the soul of a society as it passes from one generation to another.”