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Schools Near Heritage Hills

Heritage Hills is surrounded by some of the best schools Oklahoma City has to offer.  Within a few minutes, you can easily get to school.  In Oklahoma City, you can live where all the action is and ensure your children are getting the best education in the metro area. For a comprehensive list of area general public schools and public charter schools, click here.

  • Wilson Arts Integration Elementary  is consistently graded at the top of all non-charter, public schools in the Oklahoma City school district.  As part of the OKC MAPS for kids project, Heritage Hills (HPI) made a 5-yr, $400,000 commitment to help fund the construction or renovation of four dedicated arts classrooms and historic exterior features.  See what’s happening at Wilson on their Facebook page.

  • Dove Science Academy is a college prepatory charter public school near 23rd and Western.  Dove was recently ranked the #1 High School in Oklahoma by US News.  Click here to learn more about Dove.

  • The Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics (OSSM) is a 2 year residential high school just to the east of Heritage Hills.  As of 2014, OSSM had graduated 1407 students and produced 380 National Merit Finalists.  Visit http://www.ossm.edu to learn more.

  • The Classen School of Advanced Studies (or simply Classen, not to be confused with Northwest Classen) is a public magnet school just West of Classen on 19th street.  Classen has been ranked one of the top high schools in the nation and offers students two distinct houses of study: International Baccalaureate and Visual & Performing Arts with students majoring in one of nine curricular areas.  Click here to learn more.

  • Harding Charter Prep (HCP) is a free, public high school just to the north of Heritage Hills on Shartel and received the National Blue Ribbon award in 2013. HCP also received an A+ from the OKSDE and is ranked at the top of many lists of best high schools.  Click here to learn more about Harding Charter Prep.

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Things to Do Near Heritage Hills

Heritage Hills is less than a mile from the economic heart of Oklahoma City.  Residents can walk down the sidewalk to a variety of restaurants and businesses – shopping, dinner, drinks, family oriented fare, entertainment, fitness centers, you name it. Here are some of the bustling districts right on the borders of the neighborhood.

Uptown 23rd is what we call the shops and business along 23rd street between Broadway and Classen.. See what’s happening on 23rd street to the north of Heritage Hills at http://uptown23rd.com.

Midtown is what we call the area surrounding St. Anthony’s Hospital just to the South of Heritage Hills. Check it out at http://midtownokc.com.

The Paseo is home to 17 galleries and more than 60 artists, all within walking distance. Intermingled with the galleries are fabulous restaurants, a coffee house, clothing boutique, gift shop, and other businesses  Vist The Paseo on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/paseo.artsdistrict.

Automobile Alley is one of the latest districts to experience Oklahoma City’s revival.  There are numerous businesses, shops and restaurants – all very accessible – and of course with a cool history.  Learn more at http://www.automobilealley.org.

The Plaza District is right across Classen and 16th street to the west of Heritage Hills.  Stroll through to find unique shops,restaurants and entertainment venues showcasing Oklahoma’s local flavor.  Visit the Plaza District online at http://www.plazadistrict.org.

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Historic Neighborhoods Security Association

Heritage Hills residents make up a majority of the membership in the Historic Neighborhoods Security Association (HNSA). HNSA is a non-profit corporation that oversees a dedicated patrol by uniformed Oklahoma City police officers. The volunteer Board of Directors also works on advocacy projects for greater urban security and monitors security information and reports about our area.

Membership is voluntary and separate from HPI. Residents of Heritage Hills East, Mesta Park, and nearby commercial property and business owners are also active, contributing members.

Throughout the entire city, the Oklahoma City Police Department provides police services only on demand by calling 911. There is no dedicated patrolling of the city in any area. Due to the density and attractive nature of our neighborhoods, we have established an extra layer of protection while also enjoying extra assistance and help when needed.

  • Members have immediate access to HNSA patrol officers via mobile phone.

  • Activity in the neighborhood is reported to the Board and available for further review.

  • Out of town/Vacation home checks are made upon request.

  • Suspicious activity is handled promptly, effectively, and professionally in every way.

Patrol officers have the ability to act with the full authority of the law, including making arrests and calling for special City services. Their police radios are on at all times and they carry their service weapons. HNSA owns and insures a patrol car that looks very similar to an actual Oklahoma City Police car.

Members are provided the phone number to the HNSA mobile phone which officers have with them at all times during patrol hours. Several gift items are also provided to help remind members of the number and to identify HNSA member homes and vehicles.

Your membership directly increases our patrol hours and ensures that HNSA remains a stable organization for years to come. Please join today!

Download HNSA Registration Form and HNSA EFT to sign up. For more information, call (405) 348-1436 or email security@heritagehills.org. You may also download the HNSA Brochure. Billing and office services are handled by Neighborhood Services Corporation, a third party billing agency.

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