Tickets available now for the Omnibus Players spring production of “And Then There Were None”. Showings are on April 27th at 7:00pm, and April 28th at 2:00pm and 7:00pm.Learn More
Find out why Dr. Mehan believes that “a healthy politics requires a healthy poetics.” He discusses the importance of poetry in the formation of leaders. It’s not all fun and games, at The Heights, when our boys are memorizing. They are both memorizing and readying themselves for prudential statesmanship. Dr. Mehan pulls it all together for us, and offers an introduction to his forthcoming book: a children’s poetry book that Hamlet should have read.
Lower School Head Colin Gleason leads a discussion with Tom Cox and Austin Hatch on Prudence, as presented by Josef Pieper. Often we understand this virtue as nothing more than a cunning tactic, when in reality, prudence is far more. The virtue encompasses a capacity for silence, a understanding of reality, and an ability to make right decisions. Prudence is a virtue for the magnanimous. Listen in to learn more.
Here are some ways that high school students can begin the journey to financial stability, which often goes hand in hand with peace. It's not about getting rich quick; it is about making choices that lead to contentment.