• 1987

    The Heritage Private School begins in Moni, a village near Limassol, with only six pupils.

  • 1988

    The School moves from Moni to the centre of Limassol. The number of students increases to 22.

  • 1989

    The UK National Curriculum is introduced to the School. The Kindergarten is created for children from 2 years of age. The number of students increases to 50.

  • 1990

    The upper floor of the main building is taken over to accommodate the increasing number of students, which by the end of the academic year reaches 105. A playing field is rented.

  • 1991

    The School has by now developed the first year of Secondary education. Student numbers reach 207 and the staff number increases to 23. A third building is acquired.

  • 1992

    The School acquires a fourth building as the Secondary Department has grown. By now, there are 230 students.

  • 1993

    The number of students increases to 270.

  • 1994

    Twenty donums of land are purchased, 4.5km north of the Troodos roundabout, with the idea of building a new school site.

  • 1995

    The Council of Ministers approve, in principle, the construction of the School on the new site.

  • 1996

    The fifth building is acquired. The student age range now encompasses ages 2 years to 18 years.

  • 1998

    Forty additional donums of land are purchased, adjoining the original purchased land.

  • 1999

    A sixth building is rented to improve the facilities of the School, especially the library and administration areas.

  • 2000

    Architectural plans of the new School are submitted for a town-planning permit.

  • 2001

    A further thirty-two donums of additional land are purchased at the proposed new site. Another building is rented to accommodate the Secondary Department.

  • 2003

    Yet another building is rented, in order to better meet the needs of the pre-Key Stage Department.

  • 2004

    A permit is given for the building to begin. Construction starts on the 1 December 2004.

  • 2007

    The School finally moves to its new site.

  • 2008

    The School proudly holds the prestigious British Council International School Award (ISA) for ā€œOutstanding Development of the International Dimension in the Curriculumā€.

  • 2012

    The School celebrates its 25th Anniversary! The new Early Years School is completed and opened, to accommodate more children from Nursery to Year 1, and the FIFA Star 1 full-size football pitch becomes operational. The rest of the Stadium area and facilities continue developing.

  • 2014

    The new state-of-the-art Heritage Multifunction Hall is completed and opened.

  • 2016

    The Schoolā€™s Cafeteria is extended, new classrooms added and the Primary School gets a brand new entrance.

  • 2017

    The School is awarded seven CY GPP (Green Public Procurement) environmental awards.

  • 2018

    The School is the only school in Cyprus to hold the prestigious British Council International School Award (ISA) for ā€œOutstanding Development of the International Dimension in the Curriculumā€. The Heritage has consistently held ISA status since 2008.

    The new purpose built Technology Centre opens in September. It houses Year 5 & 6 students, a new Fitness Centre, the main Admission office and shop.

    The School receives an additional GPP award for this energy class A building.

  • 2019

    The School proudly wins 6 Cyprus Education Leaders Awards; two gold Awards in the categories of ā€˜Digital Educationā€™ and ā€˜Facilities and Infrastructureā€™, and four Bronze Awards in the categories of ā€˜Developing Leadership Skillsā€™, ā€˜International Educational Collaborationā€™, ā€˜Community Tiesā€™ and ā€˜Cultivating Environmental Awarenessā€™.

    The School becomes a European Parliament Ambassador EPAS School.

    The Heritage Eco-Park opens as well as the He@lthMe Cafeteria. In addition, the School is awarded a Green Office Award by CYMEPA, wins another 3 CYGPP Awards (11 CYGPP Awards in total) and is re-awarded the ISA 2019-2022.

  • 2020

    The School wins another two Cyprus Education Leaders Awards. A gold award for ā€˜Collaboration with the Industry and Organisationsā€™ and a bronze for ā€˜Development of Soft Skillsā€™.

    The School gains two Environmental Management Systems awards – EMAS and ISO 14001 Accreditation, recognising its environmental policies and procedures.

  • 2021

    A new Annex Building in the Secondary School, comprising of additional classrooms and offices is built.

  • 2022

    New building hosting our Year 7 students (The Paladion Building)

    First bridge to allow faster access to buildings

    New external staircase and offices

    New staff parking with 40kVA photovoltaic shading