Ethics, Service and Leadership Coordinator Jen Dunfee takes us inside her Grade 3 Ethics classroom, where students learn about empathy and making good decisions.
Your son is why we don’t waver in our values, our program, or our people.
This commitment to him is why Landon stands as a national leader in boys’ college preparatory education. At every level, he will be challenged by expert teachers, advanced curricula, and high-minded expectations—all to prepare him for collegiate and lifelong success.
This blog post is written by Middle School History Teacher Brian Reilly ’09, who oversees the Middle School Campus Club. The Campus Club is dedicated to seeing beyond the classrooms and fields of Landon’s 75 acres.
Kien Phuong ’22 has been selected as one of four students nationwide to represent the United States at the International Chemistry Olympiad in Japan in the summer of 2021.
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Dedicated to Boys
We know boys will rise to the expectations set for them. That is why our Code of Character is at the core of what we do every day. We develop caring and thoughtful men who realize that their views and ideas matter, that their words can lift others, and that their actions, guided by respect, empathy, inclusivity, and civility, can effect positive change. Our holistic approach immerses boys in activities that support their overall wellness and instill an appreciation for the diversity of their peers’ and their own abilities.
How We Achieve
Since 1929, Landon has prepared generations of boys to become accomplished, responsible, and caring men. Our boys are scholars and servant-leaders, thinkers and creators, who become men of character and commitment ready for college and life beyond.