As followers of Christ, all Catholics are called to serve others. Students at The Highlands School are shown the path to meaningful lives by serving others: within the school community and in the community at large. The objective is to prepare young men and women who will use all the vigor of their youth to respond to the spiritual and material needs of those around them.
Students are formed to be mature, responsible young men and women with solid Christian values. The Highlands School prepares students to assume leadership roles in a competitive and changing world. The school fosters leaders of real character through virtue education and mentoring.
The Highlands School's rigorous college preparatory program consists of disciplined study in sciences, history, mathematics, literature, religion and philosophy. Students are guided in their study through lectures, small seminars, and laboratory work.
Students at The Highlands School are taught to live their Catholic faith and begin a lifelong friendship with Jesus Christ. A special emphasis is placed on experiencing and communicating God’s love. Priests of the congregation of the Legionaries of Christ, and consecrated men and women of the Regnum Christi Movement direct students' formation and also provide individual spiritual guidance.