Monthly Archives: October 2021

Trees. We generally drive past them and are sometimes glad when they shade the setting sun from coming straight into […]
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Bad news is all around us. It always has been. It always will be. As if personal and family challenges […]
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The Promise It is not uncommon today to read about the positive aspects of incorporating the use of computers and […]
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In this week’s episode, headmaster Alvaro de Vicente helps us develop a philosophy of technology. Building off previous conversations on […]
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Boys develop a world view and paradigm that informs much of how they see themselves and their obligations to the […]
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Whether in the lower, middle, or upper school, we all associate the cooler, shorter days with the return of many […]
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Michael Moynihan unpacks his article about whether or not The Heights is a classical school. Like a tree, whose roots […]
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Few people speak Latin; even fewer speak ancient Greek. Why do we study these languages here at The Heights? Why do […]
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What should society do about economic inequality? Does a larger empire make a greater leader? What is the meaning of […]
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