About Latter-day Learning

A Brief History of Latter-day Learning

Latter-day Learning is the worldwide outreach of American Heritage School—an independent, LDS-oriented school of 44 years in American Fork, Utah. In response to continued requests to make the school’s educational resources available to LDS homeschoolers, the school began work on The Family School in mid-2011.  Recognizing distinct differences between the format of classroom instruction and homeschool instruction, the school reached out to hundreds of local LDS homeschoolers through online surveys, homeschool conferences, focus groups, and in-home observations, in order to adequately understand how to go about such a task.

Now, after only 18 months since releasing the first version of The Family School in August 2012, the Latter-day Learning program serves over 3000 children. As the “values” gap continues to widen between homes and schools, Latter-day Learning exists to serve families worldwide who are searching for strong academic resources in harmony with revealed principles of the restored gospel. By laying truth at the foundation of all learning, children are able to recognize their spiritual gifts and realize their divine potential. As their understanding and testimony of the great plan of salvation increases, they will become more useful in their Heavenly Father’s hands.

Why is American Heritage School uniquely relevant to LDS homeschoolers worldwide?

American Heritage School Campus in American Fork, Utah

736 North 1100 East
American Fork, Utah 84003

High School Program Manager: Diann Jeppson 801-450-5016

Subscription Manager: Elizabeth Henderson 801-642-0055 ext 505