Few people speak Latin; even fewer speak ancient Greek. Come hear why these classic languages are an essential element of the Heights Program. What are our former classics students doing now? How did the classics prepare them? Why should your son take his required Latin studies cum gravitas?
It is within the natural context of family life that children are raised and formed as human beings. The parental role in human formation is essential and governed by love, a love which can naturally and optimistically draw forth from children the best that is in them and which finds its fullest expression in the task of educating and guiding them towards what is right and good.
Dr. Matt Mehan and Mr. Tom Longano devote a lecture to the "Arts of Liberty." In this lecture, Dr. Mehan explains what they are and why we need to practice them, and Mr. Longano shares a lecture he delivered at Oxford over the summer about the teaching of the Liberal Arts.
Boys develop a world view and paradigm that informs much of how they see themselves and their obligations to the world around them. This view informs not only their macro view, but also their smaller interactions with day to day situations. What is this view, or moral imagination, why does it matter, and how do we shape it for the good?