The Heights | Home

The Heights School

Heights News

See All News

Quick Facts

Total Enrollment

540

Upper School

250

Middle School

150

Lower School

140

Athletic Teams

  • Baseball
  • Basketball
  • Cross Country
  • Golf
  • Lacrosse
  • Rugby
  • Squash
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Track & Field
  • Tennis
  • Wrestling

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

From the Forum

School Tone, the Most Powerful Teacher


School Tone, the Most Powerful Teacher

Our students and sons start learning the moment they set foot on campus. Every time we greet a boy in the hallway, we are teaching him. Every time we are late to class, we are teaching him. Tone is a powerful teacher, and Alvaro de Vicente shares his thoughts on how to foster a positive tone, both at school and at home. Your students will forget 90% of what you teach them, but will likely recall 90% of the tone you set.

Continue reading School Tone, the Most Powerful Teacher at Heights Forum.

Summer Reading with a Purpose


Summer Reading with a Purpose

Tom Longano spends an episode unpacking his recent webinar on how to anchor summer reading in leisure. Can a 3rd grader actually achieve this? Yes. How? Listen in.

Continue reading Summer Reading with a Purpose at Heights Forum.

The Bedrock Principle of Fatherhood


The Bedrock Principle of Fatherhood

Dads, how often do we try to strong arm our sons into success?  Is this the best way?  Even if your son achieves success, is it his win or is it yours?  Join Andy Reed for a discussion of fatherhood.  Learn more about what our Middle School Head refers to as the “bedrock principle” of fatherhood, the notion that you, as a father, have to accompany rather than manage your boy, and that he will draw confidence for himself from your confidence in him.

Continue reading The Bedrock Principle of Fatherhood at Heights Forum.