EDUCATION

WHAT HAVE
OUR STUDENTS
BEEN UP TO?

DIVERSITY CENTRAL

Our students are helping to preserve the ancient Sahaptin language spoken by the Yakama people, as it has become endangered of disappearing forever.

START THE PRESSES

Our students have helped area grade school children in after school programs to start and run a school newspaper.

BILINGUAL BENEFITS

All of our education students are trained to teach students who speak English as a second language.

FIRST CLASS

Our HU Residency students spend four days a week learning to become a teacher while working in area K-12 classrooms.

On-The-Job TEACHING

Our HU Accelerate students are employed as teachers in local school districts and earn their degree and teaching credentials in just three semesters while working.

NIGHT SCHOOL

Many of our students are earning their entire degrees at night while working days.

WORLDLY LESSONS

Heritage graduates have gone on to teach internationally in places like Russia, China, the Middle East and Africa.

Course COMBO

Our students joined an experiential learning course blending science with cultural studies.

A few of
our grads.

Hector Mendez

Hector Mendez

Assistant Principal

McClure Elementary School

B. A., Elementary Ed, 2002
Ed. Admin Cert. 2016

Gabriela Vargas

Gabriela Vargas

Counseling Services Coordinator

University of Washington Gear Up

B.A., Early Childhood Studies, 2014

Relyn Strom

Relyn Strom

Vice Principal

Satus Elementary School

B.A.Ed., 2003
M.Ed., 2005 2016