Upper School Learning Specialist Emily Howe shares why she believes there are distinct characteristics to the value of "compassion" that help people feel understood and supported in their greatest time of need.
Jelani '19 — an AP student, member of the yearbook staff, and athlete on the varsity football team — spoke about why he believes we should show our gratitude in more meaningful ways rather than just saying "thank you."
The National Foundation for Cancer Research (NFCR) honored two Landon students, Bruce Han '19 and Michael Yan '19, for their service to the community.
Don't be surprised if you see the bold, iconic "TED" logo around the halls of Landon. Lower School Language Arts students explored ethical thought and reasoning in their annual TED Landon project.
Jonny '19 — an All-IAC varsity wrestler and leader of a nonprofit organization — spoke about the value of being a good teammate to those around you in more ways than the traditional sense of the word.
A new student-led buddy program to Upper School life has been launched by the Class of 2019.
Landon Upper School Science Teacher Matthew Johnson was named one of the University of Chicago's 2018 Outstanding Educators. Learn why a former student nominated him for the award.
Upper School teacher-coach-mentor Tom DiChiara shares why he believes we can all become kind people simply by choosing to do kind deeds.
Muth, Pugh to compete for prestigious scholarship
Pierce Smith ′62 has committed $1 million to Landon School with the establishment of The Carol and Pierce Smith ′62 Chair for the Fine Arts.
Nick Brigati '20 was one of four Landon students and three girls from neighboring schools that spent part of their summer participating in Landon's global education program in China.
Headmaster Jim Neill gave the following remarks at the opening of school ceremony, also known as Convocation. During his speech, Neill discussed the theme and its origins chosen by the senior class for the entire school to follow in 2018-19: Band of Brothers.
Staff returns to Landon focused on preparation and community.
Sophomores, juniors and seniors from Holton-Arms and Landon Schools attend a three-day collaborative conference designed to explore the skills and values that make a good leader.
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.