"To witness the awakening of young hearts to the
wonders of the natural world, particularly when they go
'creeking' for the first time, or catch their first
toad, or handle an insect (on purpose), is a wonder and a joy."
"The faculty at the Heights sees their main mission as
supporting the parents in their quest to raise strong, successful,
faithful, and mindful young men. Nothing is more important than this."
"The mentoring program at the Heights changed my life:
my mentors challenged me to improve, and helped me to put aside childish
things so I could grow into a man."
"The Heights’ liberal arts curriculum integrates all
the subjects with one clear mission: to teach students how to think
clearly and deeply. A Heights man is interesting, ideally —
but more importantly, he is interested."
"The Heights has provided the support we have needed
in educating our boys. They have consistently reinforced what we have
been teaching our kids at home. It's been a phenomenal partnership."
“Not once during my time at The Heights did I ever
hear a teacher say 'No, I can’t help you with that.’”
"The friendship among the faculty is real- and very
important. We are made better men here, in no small part because we
desire, choose, and work for good things for each other. This makes
us better husbands and fathers, better role models for the young men
in our care, and helps us to strive to be better sons of God."