Heritage uses science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) concepts along with projects and field experiences related to the environment to help students in grades 5-8 learn in new and interesting ways. The result is inquisitive learners, problem solvers and environmental stewards who can see connections between school and real life.


Another year of growth for InSciEd Out at Heritage
Posted on 01/15/2016
The expanding partnership between Heritage E-STEM Magnet School, the Mayo Clinic and the University of Minnesota continues to provide new learning opportunities for a growing number of students.  READ MORE...
Heritage Robotics Teams Participate in Sectional Tournament
Posted on 01/14/2016
Congratulations to the two teams advancing to state! 
Upcoming winter music concerts
Posted on 12/07/2015
The public is invited to the winter music concerts performed by Friendly Hills, Heritage and Henry Sibley students.  READ MORE...