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Total Enrollment

540

Upper School

250

Middle School

150

Lower School

140

Athletic Teams

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  • Track & Field
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Avg. Class Size

17

Student Faculty Ratio

7:1

Mentor Mentee Ratio

1:1

Student Clubs

32

Drama Productions

4

Band and Choral Concerts

5

Upcoming Event

SAVE THE DATE: Fall Garden Party

On Saturday, September 22, 2018, please join us under the tent in the Courtyard for cocktails and dinner. This annual Heights tradition is a wonderful reunion of parents, alumni, faculty, and friends. Please come help us kick-off another exciting academic year!

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From the Forum

On Nature Journals and Observant Souls


On Nature Journals and Observant Souls

Last episode we addressed the importance of properly and prudently handling wildlife. Once your boy has the prudence and courage needed to fully experience the wild, a nature journal is a great next step for our budding naturalists. Join Mr. Eric Heil for a conversation about how to keep a nature journal. Of course, this is only an introduction to what is covered in more detail here.

Happy journaling to all youngsters of adventurous good will during these, the last two weeks of summer!

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“Can I catch it?”: On Handling Wildlife


“Can I catch it?”: On Handling Wildlife

We've all been there. A boy in your care looks earnestly into your eyes, rabid with excitement; he's found a critter and he wants to catch it. What do you do?

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Modern Literature: On Curating the Contemporary


Modern Literature: On Curating the Contemporary

We are a liberal arts school, but we embrace contemporary literature that leads our students to the good, the true, and the beautiful. Not all of it does, though. And, even those moderns that are positively formational often do so by leaning, in some way, on the older great authors of the older great books.  To fully appreciate the new, you must be familiar with the old.

Contrary to the notion that we are hiding our students from contemporary literature, we are, instead, curating a selection of books–old and new–that enriches their humanity.

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