Unless otherwise noted, all supplies and books listed are required.

To order online, click the book/material title(s) in green on this page and place in your cart.  Return to this page and repeat until you have finished selecting materials.  Complete your order(s) by paying through the vendor.   If you want to order USED books, be sure to order soon to allow materials to arrive in time for class (to order used from Amazon, click the link that says Used under the Amazon price).    Materials come from several different vendors and have been selected based on the lowest available price at the time.  Happy Shopping! 

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2017-2018 Book and Supply Lists

 

Each family should provide:

ONE OF THE FOLLOWING, your choice: 

Lysol wipes OR baby wipes OR roll of paper towels OR bottle of hand sanitizer

*Please bring to the parent meeting or the first class day

 
 
K-5th grade students:

*please clearly label all supplies with student’s name

ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE:  
Folder for homework
1-1.5" Binder with dividers and lined notebook paper
Pencil box or bag with:  
     several sharp pencils with erasers
     1-2 glue sticks
     Scissors
      2-3 fine point Expo dry erase markers 
backpack

Water bottle

For the hallway at Heritage:  Large Plastic Bin to hold supplies (including jackets/snow pants/boots/lunch bag), one per family - clearly labeled with family

name

 

ADDITIONAL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES BY CLASS:  

PLEASE NOTE:  As indicated below, several of the required textbooks will be provided to you at the parent meeting or on the first day of class.  Heritage will assume the responsibility for ordering these materials at a discounted group rate. This will save your family many dollars in book fees.  Expect to see the charges on your email invoice mid- August or early September. 
 
Art: K-5th
Instructors:  Trina Karow and Theresa Paolini 

Astronomy:  K-8th*

Instructors:  Kristin Cotton, Jane Turner, and Joyce Whitney-Davies

*K-8 astronomy students will use the same texts. K-1st students:  Texts are optional, but highly recommended, for K-1 students.  All K-1 students will be billed for a journal for in-class work.  

 

Choir

Instructor:  Alissa Finlayson

 

English, 3rd  

Instructor:  Buffi Lloyd
*Please note:  We will not be using the Shurley Student workbook this year
English, 4th 
Instructor:  Buffi Lloyd
*Please note:  We will not be using the Shurley Student workbook this year
English, 5th 
Instructor:  Buffi Lloyd
 
*Please note:  We will not be using the Shurley Student workbook this year
Foundations Block:  K-2nd
Instructors:  Rachel Cremer (K) and Jenny Mattern (1st & 2nd)
TEXTS:  

Humanities: 3rd-5th 
Instructor:  Rya Diede 
TEXTS:  
  • *Christendom Student Guide, one per family, $35 billed to your account*
  • *Christendom reader, including all literature texts for the year, one per family, $45 billed to your account (Includes Beowulf, excerpts from Canterbury Tales, King Arthur, Otto of the Silverhand, Robinhood, Pilgrim's Progress, and Shakespeare's Twelfth Night)
  • *A Castle with Many Rooms from Simply Charlotte Mason, provided by Heritage, $15 billed to your account
  • Student Journal, provided by Heritage, $10 per student billed to your Heritage account.
  • 5-6 nice pens in a variety of colors; Sharpie Pens or similar
  • Watercolors, for use at home
  • Colored pencils, set of at least 12.  Prismacolor preferred. 
  • 1-2 highlighters
  • New Heritage Families:   Classical Acts and Facts Time Line Cards from Classical Conversations, 4 sets:  Ancient, Middle Ages, New World, Modern (for use in 3rd-8th humanities) *If you are only able to purchase one set this year for financial reasons, please choose the Middle Ages Set.  
Math & Maps:  K-5
Instructors: Erin Tintzman (K), Joy Weaks (1st-5th)
TEXTS:  
*Books are HIGHLY recommended for 4th-5th grade due to the critical thinking skills taught.  4th-5th grade students will also work through multiplication and division facts.
PE:  K-5th
Instructor:  Angela Kenney
TEXTS:  None
6th-12th grade students:  
*please clearly label all supplies with student’s name
ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE:  
Folder for homework
1.5" Binder with dividers and college ruled notebook paper- bring to Heritage weekly
Pencil box or bag with:  
     several sharp pencils with erasers
     1-2 glue sticks
     Scissors
      2-3 fine point Expo dry erase markers 
backpack

Water bottle

Recommended for high school: Planner (with Calendar)

Optional: large plastic bin/tote to hold supplies outside of classroom

Optional:  lunch bag

 
ADDITIONAL BOOKS AND SUPPLIES BY CLASS:  
PLEASE NOTE:  As indicated below, several of the required textbooks will be provided to you at the parent meeting or on the first day of class.  Heritage will assume the responsibility for ordering these materials at a discounted group rate. This will save your family many dollars in book fees.  Expect to see the charges on your email invoice mid- August or early September. 
Art: 6th-12th 
Instructors:  Susan Wagner and Theresa Paolini (8-12 Monday class)

Astronomy:  K-8th

Instructors:  Kristin Cotton, Jane Turner, and Joyce Whitney-Davies

*K-8 astronomy students will use the same texts. 

Anatomy & Physiology

Instructor:  Marlo Lancaster

 

Biology    

Instructor:  Marlo Lancaster

Choir

Instructor:  Alissa Finlayson

  • TEXT:  NONE

  • Sturdy folder for music with pencil inside

 

Earth Science: 7th-8th

Instructor:  Ashley Mason

English, 6th-8th  
Instructor:  Beth Rainford
  • TEXT:  The Write Foundation (Level 2- 6th grade, Level 3- 7th & 8th), provided by Heritage, $25 billed to your account
  • pens/pencils
  • Loose leaf lined paper (binder for this class will be provided by Heritage)
  • 6 highlighters, different colors
  • thesaurus for at home use (Any thesaurus is fine, but students may not use online thesaurus only)
  • dictionary for use at home, not just an online dictionary
English, Poetics I:  9th-11th
Instructor:  Kamela Anderson
  • TEXT:  Poetics & Progym I, Language Arts for Upper School by Cottage Press, provided by Heritage, $30 billed to your account
  • The Odyssey, by Homer, Richard Lattimore translation
  • 1" Three Ring Binder
  • set of 8 dividers for binder to be used for Resource binder for Poetics I-III
  • Loose leaf college ruled paper to put in binder
  • pens/pencils
English, Poetics III:  9th-11th
Instructor:  Kamela Anderson
  • TEXT:  
  • Poetics & Progym III, Language Arts for Upper School by Cottage Press, provided by Heritage, $30 billed to your account
  • Elements of Style, 4th Edtion.  By William Strunk, Jr.  (students purchased this for Poetics II and should each have a copy already)

  • Rhetoric by Aristotle (Dover Thrift Edition)

  • Poetics & Progym Resource Notebook with Poetics I-II materials printed and added to section divisions--contact Mrs. Anderson if you need a fresh link to this

Humanities I: 6th-8th 
Instructors:  Rya Diede (6) and Rachel Cremer (7-8)
TEXTS:  
  • *Christendom Student Guide, one per family, $35 billed to your account*
  • *Christendom reader, including all literature texts for the year, one per family, $45 billed to your account (Includes Beowulf, excerpts from Canterbury Tales, King Arthur, Otto of the Silverhand, Robinhood, Pilgrim's Progress, and Shakespeare's Twelfth Night)
  • *A Castle with Many Rooms from Simply Charlotte Mason, provided by Heritage, $15 billed to your account
  • Student Journal, provided by Heritage, $8 per student billed to your Heritage account.
  • 7th-8th only:  Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare, Folger's edition
  • 5-6 nice pens in a variety of colors; Sharpie Pens or similar
  • 1-2 highlighters
*3rd-5th humanities students will use the same texts.  If your family wishes to have a separate copy for your middle school and elementary student, please let us know.  Otherwise, you will be billed for one set per family.  
Humanities II, History and Literature: 9th-12th
Instructor:  Karen Dunham
 TEXTS:  Literature
*It is required that students each have a copy of the specified literature texts, as linked below.  No substitutions will be allowed as translation and page numbers differ significantly between text versions. 

TEXTS: History

*It is required that students each have a copy of the specified history texts, as linked below.  No substitutions will be allowed.

 ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES:

  • 3 College ruled composition books, stitched (so that they lay flat); these will be used for: 1) Commonplace Book (CPB) - (You may choose a nice, beautiful journal instead of a composition book for your  CPB, but it must lie flat (must be  approved on first day of class).  If you were in Hum II Modernity last year, you may use the same book from last year.  Common placing is a lifelong discipline not just something done for school.)   2) Reading Journal (RJ). Returning students  may use the same journal as last year if it is college ruled. 3) Christendom Notebook (CNB) Must be new.

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Latin for Children A, 6th-8th

Instructor:  Gwen Kashmier and Angela Nye
TEXTS:  
High School:  Spanish I

Instructor:  Mara Strobel

TEXT:  Descubre Level 1 - 2014 Edition - Student Edition, 9781618571984

  • Box for 3x5 index cards (cards provided by Heritage)

Logic

Instructor:  Angela Nye

OPTIONAL TEXT:  The Amazing Dr. Ransom's Bestiary of Adorable Fallacies: A Field Guide for Clear Thinkers

Student Journal, $8 billed to your Heritage account

Model UN

Instructor:  Susan Wagner

  • TEXT:  None

  • $30 additional class fee to cover student registration at the MUN conference

  • Please budget for 2 nights in a hotel, plus meals.  Conference is November 20-22 at the University of Montana in Missoula

  • 1" binder or space in larger binder

  • lined notebook paper

  • sheet poster board, white

  • thick sharpie marker