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Heritage Christian School

is a non-denominational, evangelical school in Bozeman, Montana for students in Pre-K through 12th Grade. Also new this year is Kindergarten enrichment. HCS helps students mature into the unique adults God created them to be. HCS provides for student excellence in academics, fine arts, and sports to assist each student in determining their God-given strengths and interests while learning skills to impact the world around them for Christ.  Call or email today for a school tour or to find out more about us. 406-587-9311/  

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Spring Sports Meeting is Monday March 19

The spring sports meeting will take place Monday, March 19 at 3:45pm in the lunch room.
There is track for 5th-12th grade and golf for 7th-12th grade. Please plan to attend with
your son/daughter if they plan on competing in a sport this spring. Also, if they do not
already have a physical and athletic paperwork on file please pick up a packet in the office. Track
practice will begin Tuesday, March 20and golf will begin Monday, March 26, or when the
snow melts :)
We are also looking at starting an Ultimate Frisbee team this spring so the meeting on the
19th will also be to gauge interest to see if there are enough people for a team. It is for
7th-12th graders. Ultimate Frisbee practices will not interfere with track and golf so an
athlete could choose to participate in track or golf AND Ultimate Frisbee if there are
enough players for a team.

7th Grader Taylynn Vanover Wins County Spelling Bee

Congratulations to Taylynn Vanover!!

Spell-Bound for State!
Sixty spellers from a field of 6,000 students in 38 public and private schools in Gallatin County competed Saturday at the 2018 Gallatin County Spelling Bee at the Belgrade High School Auditorium. Spellers tackled over 200 words ranging from vociferous to verdigris in their attempt to claim the top three places and the chance to go to the state bee.
Winners of the Gallatin County Spelling Bee were:
1st Place: Taylynn Vanover 7th grade Heritage Christian School
2nd Place: Kaitlyn Landers 8th grade Sacajawea Middle School
3rd Place: Abigail Henry 8th grade Gallatin Valley Home Educators
The three winners will represent Gallatin County at the Treasure State Spelling Bee on Saturday, March 17, at Rocky Mountain College in Billings. The winner of the state bee will fly to Washington, D.C. in May to compete for a $40,000 cash prize at the 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee, broadcast live on ESPN.

Fuller's Win Regional History Bee

Gavin and Mason Fuller have finished among the top ten qualifiers for their age group at the Regional competition for the 2018 History Bee in Denver Colorado on February 17th.  The top 10 finishers at the Regional competition move on to the National competition for the overall National winner status. Other participants from HCS in Denver were Gabby Brackie (SP).  The competition was tense with several hundred kids throughout the Western Region. 

Mason, an avid aviation enthusiast, edged out the competition with a hand up as a few aviation related questions were presented.  Gavin, on the other hand, with a strong interest in creatures and science, triumphed with a few questions which pertained to his passion of science.

HCS Girls Win MCAA State Title

Heritage Christian Girls Win MCAA State Basketball Championship

The Heritage Christian Falcons Varsity team came storming back in the 4th quarter to earn the first girls Montana Christian Athletic Association (MCAA) Basketball State Championship in school history! The tournament was held February 22-24 at Manhattan Christian School just outside of Bozeman. Down six points headed into the 4th quarter, the girls outscored the Stillwater Cougars 23-9 in the final eight minutes to come away with a 57-49 victory. Junior, Taylor Remely, who hit a key three pointer at the start of the fourth quarter to help turn the tide in momentum, remarked, “Everyone was through the roof excited after that but we knew we needed to stay calm and play our game in order to come away with the win.” Junior, Nicole Shepherd, led the team with 22 points in the game and was named the Tournament MVP.  Shepherd remarked, “I can’t even really describe what I am feeling. It’s amazing! We just knew that we had to rely on each other and play as a team.”  Senior, Cambrie Shea, hit six free throws in a row coming down the stretch. That, along with stellar defense from the Falcons made a difference in the end. Shepherd commented, “Defense and free throws do win games and we have been working on both a lot throughout the season. We knew we had to play the best defense that we have all year in order to win.”Along with Shepherd earning MVP, Remely, and Senior, Olivia Johnson, also garnered First Team All Tournament Honors. The three, along with Shea were also named All Conference for their play throughout the season; and Senior, Kiana Sipes, received the Christian Character Award for the team. The Falcons finished 15-2 (7-1 MCAA Eastern Conference) in the regular season and a perfect 3-0 in the tournament. First year Head Coach, Kristi May, commented, “I told them in the locker room to give it everything they had and to leave it all on the court. No regrets!”

New Montana Vaccination Requirements

The State of Montana has announced that as of October 1, 2015 all Montana students will be required to have two doses of varicella immunity. (chicken pox vaccination).
Also,students in grade 7 and higher will be required to have a Tdap (rather than just Td). This has been in place already so if your student is entering the 7th grade this is of particular notice to you.
We are asking all families to review their vaccination records and comply this summer. We are hoping this early notice will allow you the flexibility of time needed to complete this.
Although we recommend regular check ups with your primary physician vaccines can be obtained at the Gallatin County Health department at a reduced cost which includes:
-Quick and convenient service close to town.
-Their sliding income based scale
-You pay only for the vaccination, not for an office visit.
Please call the school office if you have questions or visit