American Heritage of South Jordan, founded in 2005, is a traditional Christian, private school, accredited by the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC).
School hours are from 8:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.
(The half day pre-kindergarten class ends at 11:30 a.m.)
American Heritage of South Jordan is located at 11100 S. Redwood Road, South Jordan, UT 84095. The campus is on the south side of the South Jordan city park. The campus includes a playground and basketball court with access to the ball fields and playground at the South Jordan park.
We know that an AHSJ education can represent a significant financial investment for a family. Our school offers a number of payment plans in order to help families manage tuition throughout the year. In addition to the payment plans, there are financial aid programs including the Carson Smith scholarship, the financial need scholarship (FAST.)
Tuition varies by grade level and we encourage you to read much more about it on the Admissions page.
As always, please contact the Main Office by email or by phone at (801) 254-3882. A staff member is happy to discuss financial aid, payment plans, or answer additional admissions questions.
During their sophomore year, American Heritage students begin a personalized, formal college guidance process that helps them understand their own strengths as they plan for their future. During the two-year process, our college guidance leaders develop with each student, a personalized list of potential schools and hold a series of individual and group meetings. During these meetings, goals are set to take the ACT exam, apply to colleges, develop essays, etc. Communication will also be made available to parents.
The lower school (pre-kindergarten through grade five) has one or two classes per grade; the middle school (grades 6–8) and the upper school (grades 9–12) each have one homeroom in grades six through twelve, but rotate through various core and elective classes.
American Heritage of South Jordan has 42 faculty, many of whom have advanced degrees. The student to teacher ratio is 11:1.
Although some students commute from Davis, Tooele, and Utah counties, about 92% of the student body live within a 12-mile radius of American Heritage of South Jordan. Eighteen percent of the student body is African-American, Hispanic, Asian, Middle-Eastern or Multiracial.
American Heritage of South Jordan does not provide busing. Each summer an email is sent to families to assist in compiling a carpool spreadsheet. Many of our families are able to arrange carpools based on common locations. Some students also utilize public transportation.
American Heritage of South Jordan requires a school uniform for all students in pre-kindergarten through grade twelve. The dress code is found under the Admissions, as well as the Campus Life tab. The uniform allows each student to focus on the academic experience, rather than social appearances and popular fashions. Modesty and uniformity are reflected in the code.
Creative and caring supervision for children after the regular school day is referred to as our extended care program. It is available for children in pre-kindergarten through grade five. After school coverage is available from 3:10 pm–5:30 pm. Parents are billed by the month, at a fee of $10 per day, per student, for regular or occasional use of the program. Before school coverage is not available. After school coverage is not available on holidays (Halloween, Valentine’s, etc), parent-teacher conferences, or other special event days as noted on the annual calendar. All lower school students left at school after 3:30 pm must attend the extended care program.
American Heritage also offers an extended care program for pre-kindergarten students on Fridays. The program is available from 8:30 am–5:30 pm. The program is available on regular school days, at a fee of $30 per student. Pre-booking is advised but not mandatory.
The half day and full day program both run from Monday through Thursday. The half-day program is 8:30 am–11:30 am. The full-day program is 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Both programs cover the core studies of math, phonics, circle time, and basic singing. The full-day program allows for additional studies in science, history, art, physical education, Spanish, and some computers. Students applying for pre-kindergarten must be at least three by September 1 and 100% potty trained.
The kindergarten program at American Heritage is full day. Students participate in phonics, math, history, science, music, art, computers, Spanish, and physical education. Students applying for kindergarten must be five by December 1 of the kindergarten school year.
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