Lacrosse attack Joey Epstein '18 and tennis player Sachin Das '19 have been named All-Met Players of the Year in their respective sports in The Washington Post's accolades, given each season to the best athletes in the D.C. metro area.
Mission & Codes
Landon School prepares talented boys for productive lives as accomplished, responsible and caring men whose actions are guided by the principles of perseverance, teamwork, honor and fair play.
Code of Character
At the beginning of each school year, every student, teacher, administrator and staff member signs a printed copy of our Code of Character. Why do we do this in an era when it’s just as simple to fill out an online form?
At Landon, character education is the most important teaching we do. When each member of our community signs the Code, we remind ourselves that the principles of respect and honesty should guide every action and interaction at our school. Our Code of Character brings together these principles in our school’s Civility and Honor Codes that provide a model for daily ethical conduct.
Our Civility Code is straightforward and encourages respect: “I will treat all people with respect, civility and dignity. I will also respect my school, my surroundings and myself.” This means that at Landon each person is valued, cultural diversity is celebrated, and individual differences are affirmed and accepted.
Our Honor Code is equally simple and celebrates honesty: “I will not lie, cheat or steal, or tolerate those who do.” This extends beyond academic work to all facets of Landon life.
If a student abides by the Code of Character (and the Civility and Honor Codes that comprise it), he is a true “Landon man.”