The Heritage Private School began in Moni, a village near Limassol, with only six pupils.
The School moved from Moni to the centre of Limassol. The number of students increased to 22.
The UK National Curriculum was introduced to the School. The Kindergarten was created for children from 2 years of age. The number of students increased to 50.
The upper floor of the main building was taken over to accommodate the increasing number of students, which by the end of the academic year reached 105. A playing field was rented.
The School had by now developed the first year of Secondary education. Student numbers became 207 and the staff number increased to 23. A third building was acquired.
The School acquired a fourth building as the Secondary Department grew. By now, there were 230 students.
The number of students increased to 270.
Twenty donums of land were purchased, 4.5km north of the Troodos roundabout, with the idea of building a new school site.
The Council of Ministers approved, in principle, the construction of the School on the new site.
The fifth building was acquired. The student age range now encompassed ages 2 years to 18 years.
Forty additional donums of land were purchased, adjoining the original purchased land.
A sixth building was rented to improve the facilities of the School, especially the library and administration areas.
Architectural plans of the new School were submitted for a town-planning permit.
A further thirty-two donums of additional land were purchased at the proposed new site. Another building was rented to accommodate the Secondary Department.
Yet another building was rented, in order to better meet the needs of the pre-Key Stage Department.
The permit was given for the building to begin. Building work started on the 1 December 2004, once contracts had been signed with the Contractors.
The School finally moved to its new site.
The School celebrated its 25th Anniversary year! The new Early Years School was completed and opened, to accommodate more children from Nursery to Year 1, and the FIFA Star 1 full-size football pitch became operational. The rest of the Stadium area and facilities continue in development.
The new state-of-the-art Heritage Multifunction Hall was completed and opened.
The School’s Cafeteria is extended, new classrooms added and the Primary School gets a brand new entrance.