Landon School's mission is to prepare 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. Here are some additional facts about our school:
Here are some of questions our admissions families frequently ask. If you have a question that’s not on this list, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-320-1067.
- What is the application deadline for the 2019–20 school year?
- Are there information sessions for families to find out more about the school?
- What is Landon’s annual tuition?
- Does Landon offer need-based financial aid, and how is it determined?
- Does Landon offer merit-based scholarships?
- Does Landon have an after-school care program?
- Is there bus transportation to/from school?
- What if my son needs extra help with homework?
- Does Landon accept international students?
- Does Landon offer Advanced Placement courses?
The application deadline has passed, however we are still accepting applications for certain grades in the 2019-20 school year. Please contact the Admissions Office at email@example.com or 301-320-1067 if you are interested in exploring Landon for fall of 2019. For families that have already applied, all supplemental application materials are due by Friday, January 25. Please click here for more information on our application process.
Information sessions typically happen twice in the fall so you can learn more about the Landon experience and to explore our campus. Although our information sessions have passed, if you are interested in learning about the Lower School (Grades 3-5), please consider attending one of our Tour Tuesday events held throughout the year. If you are interested in our Middle (Grades 6-8) or Upper (Grades 9-12) Schools for the 2019-20 school year, please contact the Admissions Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301-320-1067.
Yes, 26 percent of students at Landon receive financial assistance. For the 2018–19 school year, Landon awarded more than $4.18 million in need-based aid, and the average grant was $24,615. “Financial need” is generally defined as the difference between what it costs a student to attend our school and what his family can afford to pay. We encourage families to apply for financial aid at the same time they apply for admission. Click here for more information.
Yes. Landon offers Maguire Ethics Scholarships, merit-based grants of $10,000 each awarded to students entering Form III (Grade 9) who demonstrate the highest standards of ethics, integrity and character. Named for and funded by alumnus Cary M. Maguire ’46, these scholarships are available both to new applicants to the school and to current Form II (Grade 8) students and can be renewed each year the student is enrolled at Landon. Click here for more information.
Yes, the Lower School (Grades 3–5) and Middle School (Grades 6–8) offer AfterCare for an additional cost. For the Lower School, the program runs from 3:40–6 p.m. every full day that school is in session, and a snack is served around 4:15 p.m. For the Middle School, the program runs from 4:15–6 p.m. every full day that school is in session, and a snack is offered at 4:45 p.m. Pickup is by 6 p.m., and the programs provide a safe, supervised space for boys to do homework or read. Families may contract for 1–5 days a week at a discounted rate or pay the per-day drop-in rate of $20. Click the appropriate link below for more information about AfterCare.
Yes, Landon offers bus service for an additional cost on six routes throughout the D.C., Maryland and Virginia. See our 2018–19 routes and timetable below.
|Safeway, 500 South Royal Street, Alexandria||7:00||5:00||7:10|
|Georgetown/Spring Valley/Friendship Heights|
|Guy Mason Recreational Park (Calvert St. NW)||7:10||4:35||6:55|
|Spring Valley Shopping Center (near CVS)||7:20||4:25||6:45|
|Friendship Heights (near McDonald’s)||7:30||4:10||6:35|
|Linway Terrace Park, 6246 Linway Terrace||7:05||4:55||N/A|
|Churchill Road Elementary School, 7100 Churchill Road, McLean||7:20||4:35||6:40|
|910 Dominion Reserve Drive, McLean||N/A||N/A||6:55|
|9881 Georgetown Pike & Walker Road, McLean||N/A||4:35||7:05|
|Silver Spring/Prince George’s County|
|10480 Campus Way Giant, Largo||6:15||5:35||7:55|
|New Carrollton Metro Bus Stop
(off Ellin Rd., first row of parking)
|Hyattsville Library, 6532 Adelphi Rd.,
Prince George’s Plaza
|CVS-Giant Shopping Center,
1290 East-West Highway, Silver Spring
|Great Falls Shopping Center (in front of Safeway),
9881 Georgetown Pike
|The Reserve Gatehouse,
910 Dominion Reserve Dr.
|Churchill Elementary School
7100 Churchill Rd.
|Potomac Valley Shopping Center
12130 Darnestown Rd., Gaithersburg
|Potomac Oak Center
12962 Travilah Rd., Potomac
|Parking lot across from the Potomac Public Library
(Intersection of Glenolden and Counselman)
10101 Glenolden Dr., Potomac
* Buses arrive at each stop at their regular times on late start days.
We understand that every boy learns differently. If your son needs extra help, his teachers and a specialist from our Center for Teaching and Learning Resources will work with you and your son to develop a plan tailored to his strengths and needs so he can improve academically, complete his work on time, and develop a sense of confidence in his learning style.
Landon welcomes international students to our community in all three divisions (Lower, Middle and Upper). Students live with host families as they pursue their Landon education, creating an environment that promotes a truly enriching cultural exchange. To learn more about the international application process, please reach out to the Admissions Office at email@example.com or 301-320-1067.
Landon does currently offer Advanced Placement (AP) classes in the Upper School, but along with seven other D.C.-area independent schools, we will be moving beyond the AP course offerings by the 2022–23 school year at the latest. Moving beyond AP courses will allow our teachers to design and offer a wider variety of courses that are more rigorous and enriching, provide opportunities for our boys to have more authentic engagement with the world, and demonstrate respect for students’ intellectual curiosity and interests. Please click here for more information.