The Heights is situated in Potomac, MD, on a lovely wooded campus, convenient to both Virginia and District residents.
Yes. The Heights offers the option of a catered hot lunch service. Each meal includes a main dish, a side dish, fresh fruit, bread, milk or juice, salad, and a dessert. The service is fee-based.
No. There is a dress code: dress pants, shoes, shirt and tie (and sport coat for grades 8-12). The colors and styles are at the student’s discretion. This freedom gives students an opportunity to learn to dress professionally.
Yes. The Heights is extremely generous with financial aid. About 49% of Heights families receive financial aid. For more information, please visit our Tuition, Financial Aid, and Scholarships page.
The four clans of the crest are Red Rose, White Lily, Gold Cross, and Red Cross. Through three festival days and other celebrations the four clans compete for the Tower, a trophy representing strength and vision. The clans are symbolic of virtues esteemed by Heights men: friendship, pure love, love of God, and service.
7:1 (6:1 in the Upper School)
Opus Dei, a personal prelature of the Catholic Church, ensures that The Heights stays true to the teachings of the Catholic Church. In addition, Opus Dei provides the School with our chaplains, who administer the sacraments on a daily basis.
Yes. Our faculty is our greatest asset. Their primary goal is to mentor each student towards success as a well-rounded Christian gentleman. They are also masters of their academic fields, who love what they teach. View faculty bios here.
The Heights School admits spirited and well-rounded young men. Accepted students need to have demonstrated academic excellence and strong moral character. Also, because The Heights recognizes our faculty as secondary educators, a key aspect of the admission process involves ascertaining that the applicants’ parents share the vision of the School and are determined to work together with the faculty in the education of their sons.
A list is available here.