This episode of HeightsCast continues last episode's interview with Jackson Scholars' head, Dr. Matthew Mehan, on the Liberal Arts. We use the term almost daily, but what does it mean? And what does it mean for us? Also, we hear two of Gerard Manley Hopkins' poems, one recited and explained by lower school teacher Mr. Tom Longano, and another sung as an arrangement composed by music teacher Mr. Patrick Love.
This episode of HeightsCast features the first half of an interview with Jackson Scholars' head, Dr. Matthew Mehan, on the Liberal Arts. We use the term almost daily, but what does it mean? And what does it mean for us? Also, Mr. Chris Breslin makes a guest appearance sharing a poem with our listening audience.
Mr. Tom Steenson speaks to us about living Advent well, and Mr. Patrick Love dives deep into the music department's selections for this year's Christmas Concert. Tune in to learn what parents and educators can do to better live and hear the true spirit of the season!
Mr. Cardenas joins us this week to talk about helping your son stay grounded in reality.
This week we are joined by Head of Middle School, Andy Reed, who offers his thoughts on the culture of the home, and ways to aid in the development of your son's will.
Head of Upper School, Michael Moynihan, gives his thoughts about modern education and what The Heights is doing to fight reductionism in academics.
This week on HeightsCast, we interview Lower School Head, Mr. Colin Gleason, on the importance of story and narrative in education.