In a "This I Believe" speech delivered to his Middle School teachers and peers, George '22 shares why embracing his shortcomings has made him a stronger person.
On February 7, two football players, four lacrosse players and six soccer players participated in a signing ceremony to formalize their commitments to compete at the NCAA level, joining five classmates who made official their intent to play college lacrosse during a similar ceremony November 8.
Landon wrestling captured its first outright Interstate Athletic Conference title since 1994 with a victory at the 2018 IAC Tournament February 3, as seven Bears won individual championships, two were runners-up, and eight earned All-IAC honors.
Fifteen Bears from the Middle and Upper Schools earned a total of 25 regional awards in the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, which each year draws more than 300,000 submissions nationwide in 29 art and writing categories.
The following blog post is taken from an ethics speech that Middle School teacher-coach-mentor Case Anderson delivered to students and faculty. He shares why remembering to live — a full, ethical life marked by reflection — is the most important thing we can do.
History teacher Sarah DeCamps shares how she learned that being true to who you are is the best way to connect with others and develop a sense of belonging.
When Rob Bordley '66 steps down as head varsity lacrosse coach after the 2018 season, Ian Healy '00 will take the reins as head varsity coach, and Bordley's son J.R. '00 will serve as associate head varsity coach.
Landon Chief Financial Officer-Chief Operating Officer Jeremy Kugel wrote this blog about how new tax laws could benefit Landon families as they make tuition payments.
Six Landon student-athletes have earned Washington Post All-Met honors for fall 2017, while 24 received All-IAC and two were Academic All-Americans.
The National Interscholastic Lacrosse Coaches Association has named Landon lacrosse Head Coach Rob Bordley '66 its 2017 Man of the Year for his contributions to the sport of high school lacrosse.
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.