Yes. Heritage College is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Our mission is to provide quality Christian education which caters for the development of the mind, body and spirit of all students. We welcome students from all backgrounds who uphold the values of the college.
Usually between 18-25 students in each class throughout Primary and Secondary levels.
School begins at 9:00 am at both campus locations. Bell times can be found in the College Handbook.
Heritage College fees are competitive and offer great value for money. Heritage College offers a broad range of subjects and opportunities for students while ensuring fees are reasonable and competitive with other local private schools. An estimate of Fees can be generated online here.
Yes. For each family with two or more children enrolled, discounts apply. Visit the Fee Calculator for a quick estimate for multiple children.
Yes. Heritage College employs a full-time Chaplain for both Primary and Secondary-aged students. The college also has a Student Wellbeing Coordinator. For more information, visit our Wellbeing page.
Yes. Heritage College has a fleet of buses that service local suburbs including Noble Park, Dandenong, Clyde, Endeavour Hills, Narre Warren, Berwick, Hampton Park, Cranbourne and Pakenham. In addition, a 40-seater coach also drops off at specific locations in Pakenham, Hampton Park and Berwick. A service to Koo Wee Rup, Bayles and Bunyip is also available. Coaches and buses readily service the new housing estates in the area of Allira at Berwick, Heritage Rise, Timbertop and Skymont at Officer. Read more on the bus service here.
Heritage College has an OSHC at Officer Campus which is available to students from the Narre Warren South campus as well. Students can be booked into the Early Learning Centre from 7:00 am, with before and after school care from 7:00 am – 8:30 am and 3:20 pm – 6:00 pm. During term breaks, a School Holiday program operates from 7:00 am – 6:00 pm. Read more at the OSHC and Vacation Care page.
Brand-new uniform elements can be purchased from Noone Imagewear in Beaconsfield. The college also has second-hand uniform shops located on each campus.
As part of extended learning opportunities throughout the curriculum, Heritage College runs a number of different camps that cater specifically for each year level.
Read more about the main excursions for Primary and Secondary levels.