The Heights School assists parents, in their role as primary educators, with the intellectual, moral, physical, and spiritual education of their sons. The School’s curriculum provides the breadth of mind that marks an educated man, and the intellectual tools required for higher education and professional life.
An average class size of 16 students, a student-to-faculty ratio of 7:1, and a challenging curriculum that includes over 20 college level courses help account for our stellar college placement record. Most important at The Heights, however, is the personal mentoring that each student receives not only from classroom teachers and coaches, but also from personal advisors who work with parents to carefully foster their sons’ growth. Heights students have access to a rich sacramental life; they compete on 13 athletic teams and belong to the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC); they participate in 30 extracurricular clubs; and they take advantage of travel and adventure opportunities that develop a spirit of adventure, camaraderie, and readiness for life’s challenges.