Chinese teacher Elizabeth Sears shares how embracing her "inner nerd" led her to follow her passion for foreign languages, which in turn led her to a fulfilling career and a happy life.
The Bears win both the IAC regular season and IAC Tournament soccer titles for the first time since the tournament's inception in 2012.
Davina Small shares why Landon was just what her boys, seventh grader Grey '23 and fifth grader Gunnar '25, needed after the family spent three years living abroad in London.
The Potomac Chamber of Commerce has named Harrison Smith '18 the 2018 Potomac Youth of the Year, an honor given annually to a high school senior who resides in Potomac, Maryland, exhibits strong scholarship and leadership qualities, and uses his talents to help the community.
Human rights strategist Greg Asbed '81 has been named a 2017 John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellow, a prestigious honor that includes a $625,000 "genius grant," for his efforts to improve labor conditions for low-wage workers.
Tomi Fadeyi-Jones shares how Landon has helped her sons, junior Ade '19 and sixth grader Deji '24, embrace independence and become comfortable in their own skin.
English teacher Sean Foley shares why he believes that Landon's motto "Virtute et non vi" ("By virtue and not by force") unites us as an ethical community in pursuit of a shared goal.
Landon mother Audrey Yen shares why she and her husband, Dr. Jason Engel '85, consider sending their three boys to Landon the best decision they could have made.
Sam Taishoff '18, Ade Jones '19 and Tyler Smith '20 reflect on what they learned and experienced during their summer 2017 trip to China with the Landon in China program.
Spanish teacher Dr. Troy Prinkey shares why finding and nurturing a passion — such as his love of cooking and books — can make the world a happier place.
USA Water Polo has named Landon seniors Maxim Kapelina and Tyler Sweeney to the 2016–17 Academic All-America team in recognition of their excellence in the classroom and in the pool.
Headmaster Jim Neill and Student Council President Justin Herbert '18 shared the following remarks with faculty, staff and students at the September 5 Convocation ceremony that kicked of the first day of the 2017–18 school year.
More than 160 sophomores, juniors and seniors from Landon and Holton-Arms Schools attended the inaugural Landon-Holton Leadership Summit, a two-day conference designed to explore the skills and values that make a good leader.
Varsity lacrosse Assistant Coach J.R. Bordley '00 recaps the team's 21-0 undefeated season, which ended with an IAC title and a national championship.
Justin Shockey '17 has been named USA Today's 2017 ALL-USA Boys Lacrosse national Player of the Year.