The April Heights Lecture will feature a founding father of The Heights, Prof. Edward C. Smith, speaking on one of our nation's greatest presidents: Abraham Lincoln. Prof. Smith will draw upon his Civil War-era expertise to highlight the role of Frederick Douglas in the metamorphosis of Abraham Lincoln from a small town country lawyer into the great man whose speeches are memorized by school children 150 years later.
Mr. Thompson and Mr. Berthe share with us a proper understanding of a commonly misprioritized activity. Athletics are important, but for reasons that sometimes escape us. Listen to these two Heights teacher-coaches talk about our sons' true love, and how we can do more to help them get the most from their athletic experience at The Heights and beyond.
Mr. Connor Breed reflects on a trip he and his fourth grade students took to the St. Thomas More exhibit at the St. John Paul II National Shrine, and how this Saint acts as both a role model and inspiration for the way one should approach education.