General Information

Our Mission:

A - Academic Excellence
B - Bible-Based Instruction
C - Community Commitment

Our Vision:

Our vision is to provide an exceptional school experience with academic excellence which fosters Christian character and a biblical worldview, complementing the family and the church. Our students will grow in the knowledge of God through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in order to serve our community, nation, and world.

School Verse: 

"In all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us." - Romans 8:37

Our Mascot - The Conqueror

  • Preschool - Grade 8.
  • Christ-centered non-denominational education since 1968; Over 60 area churches represented by students and staff.
  • Chartered by Ohio Department of Education.
  • All teachers are licensed by the State of Ohio.
  • Charter member of the Association of Christian Schools, Int. (ACSI).
  • Christian Lifestyle - zero tolerance for alcohol, tobacco & drugs, disciplined learning environment.
  • Nurturing Environment - spiritual, emotional, physical & academic well-being. Students are inspired to love their country and to have respect for civil government and authority.
  • School day begins at 8:00 am to 3:15 pm. Extended care is available for students up to the sixth grade before school beginning at 6:30 am and after school until 5:30 pm.
  • Located on the corner of 6th Street SW and Harrison in Canton, in the vicinity of Aultman Hospital, easily accessible from I-77. Free Busing is provided by many local districts.


All students begin their day and all chapel services with the pledge to the American flag, the Christian flag, and the Bible.

Christian Flag:

I pledge allegiance to the Christian Flag and to the Savior, for whose Kingdom it stands

One Savior, crucified,risen, and coming again with life and liberty to all who believe



I pledge allegiance to the Bible, God's Holy Word

I will make it a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path

I will hide its words in my heart, that I might not sin against God.


Heritage K-7 students use this as a reminder of their purpose and to promote unity. (Inspired by Hope Academy's declaration). 

I go to Heritage Christian School, A school where God is present.

I believe the Bible, God’s Holy Word. I make it a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.

I hide its words in my heart that I might not sin against God. I love God and I love people

I see others through my Father’s eyes.

I love God with all of my heart, with all of my soul and with all of my mind.

Then, I love my neighbor as much as I love myself. Because of the grace of God, I can say “No” to ungodliness and I am eager to do what is good.

I listen and obey the first time, not the second time, but the first time. 

I am made in the image of God my Creator, who loves me more than I can fathom.

I know that with God, all things are possible!

I can serve the Lord by being a doctor, a musician, a missionary, a parent, a coach, a business owner, a soldier, or an author. God’s mighty power can do immeasurably more than I can even ask or imagine.

The joy of the Lord is my strength, and I am more than a conqueror in life because Jesus loves me.

He gives me a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair.

I was once in darkness, but now I am a light that shines into the world for the glory of the Lord Jesus Christ.










Heritage Christian School began with a few dedicated families who met together in 1967 to explore the formation of a Christian school in Canton. They prayed and planned for a school where values taught in the classroom were consistent with godly values taught in the church and home. After researching different options, these parents were introduced to Mr. William Vimont of Christian Schools, Inc. of Seattle, who rallied support of churches.

In 1968, together with these families, Mr. Vimont founded our Heritage Christian School. Classes met in rented space in the Christian Tabernacle in Canton (now Faith Community Church), and Mr. Vimont served as headmaster over the first 62 students.


Over the next five years, Heritage more than tripled in size. With more than 200 students, the board expanded its athletic department, hired an athletic director and began an intramural sports program. After several years, they expanded to interscholastic athletics.


Heritage Christian School
2107 Sixth Street SW,
Canton OH  44706
(330) 452-8271

From the South- Take Interstate 77 North to the Route 172 Tuscarawas Street exit (Exit 105). Turn left at the light (West). Go to the next light and turn left again onto Dueber Ave. SW.  Go past McDonald’s and turn right onto Second Street SW and then left onto Greenfield Avenue SW.  Enter the building at the Greenfield entrance.  

From the North- Take Interstate 77 to the Route 172 Tuscarawas Street exit (Exit 105), and go straight at the light.  Turn left onto Second Street SW, then right onto Greenfield Avenue SW. Enter the building at the Greenfield entrance.

From the East- Take Route 30 West to the Harrison Avenue/Navarre Road exit. Turn right (north) onto Harrison Avenue. Follow Harrison across Sixth Street (Heritage will be on your right) and turn right onto Second Street SW.  Turn right onto Greenfield Avenue SW. Enter the building at the Greenfield entrance.  

From the West- Take Route 30 East to the Harrison Avenue “North”/Navarre Road exit.  Turn left onto Harrison (north).  Follow Harrison across Sixth Street (Heritage will be on your right) and turn right onto Second Street SW.  Turn right onto Greenfield Avenue SW. Enter the building at the Greenfield entrance.  

Diagonal parking is available on Greenfield Avenue SW or in the parking lot North of the school.

The educational philosophy of Heritage Christian School is dependent upon the Bible, the inerrant, infallible Word of God, as our basis and reference for all truth (II Tim. 3:16). It is our final authority in all matters of faith and practice.

The educational process is viewed as a means used by the Holy Spirit to bring the student to God through personal faith in Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour and to develop a Christian mind to fulfill God’s will for his life, both vocationally and personally (Col. 2:3). Through this process the student can mature spiritually, mentally, physically, emotionally, and socially to be a Christian witness in our society (Luke 2:52).

The mandate for Christian education comes from God directing His people to teach their children diligently the laws of the Lord (Deuteronomy 6:7). The Christian school acts as an extension of the family and of the church to help families bring up their children in the “nurture and admonition of the Lord” (Ephesians 6:4)