Monthly Archives: September 2017

Classics teachers Mr. Myers and Dr. Yaceczko discuss the benefits of classical studies in the acquisition of both practical and theoretical knowledge.
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What is the point of all that memorization when it comes to studying Latin? Dr. Yaceczko shares an ancient method for cultivating memory.
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Studying is difficult. But that is precisely why it's worth doing. Mastering the Art of Study prepares students for accomplishing even greater challenges. Here's how to get them started on the path.
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Today on HeightsCast, Joe Cardenas, Head of Mentoring at The Heights, proposes 5 purposes of study. Our boys should always […]
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More often than not, a first impression isn't made in person, but by email. Here's some advice on electronic correspondence for high school students.
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Dr. Cal Newport joins us for Part II of his interview on Forming Deep Workers. What does a middle or high school deep worker look like? Cal Newport discusses APs, Classroom Tech, College Admissions, and more. 
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This podcast features Cal Newport, author of Deep Work, So Good They Can’t Ignore You, and How to Be a High School Superstar. Dr. Newport, a Computer Science professor at Georgetown University, has a strong following in The Heights community, as his notions of deep work jive perfectly with our attempts to raise contemplative sons and competent professionals.
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