Form II (Grade 8) Bears collaborated with their friends from Holton-Arms School and explored what it means to live the traits of a community leader.
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Officers from Montgomery County's Bethesda area district participated in a panel discussion hosted by Landon's Black Student Union. They answered questions about topics ranging from racial relations to traffic stop procedures.
Hajj Turner, who most recently served as the associate head coach of the men's team at George Washington University, has been chosen as Landon's new head varsity basketball coach.
Twelve members of the Class of 2019 recently committed to play NCAA Division III college athletics next year.
A lesson on kindness is part of a yearlong program where senior Prefects visit the Lower School to teach ethics lessons.
Shawn Powell '21 talks about his quick rise from armature to expert in the challenging world of competitive acrobatic gymnastics.
Wrestling won its second straight Interstate Athletic Conference title in more than two decades, with basketball winning the prestigious IAC-MAC Challenge, Ice Hockey finishing their season in the IAC finals, and swimming with their best finish in the Washington Interscholastic Swimming and Diving Championship in 17 years.
Saxophonist Cyrus Redjaee '21 performs improvisation among Maryland's top student musicians.
Landon is thrilled to announce the hiring of Tara Montague as Landon's next Lower School head and the permanent appointment of Erin Duffy as Middle School head.
Lower School Bears celebrate Black History Month through a new experiential learning program that allows them to explore different facets of African American culture.
The following blog post is adapted from an ethics speech given by Middle School social studies teacher-coach-mentor Brian Reilly '09 (right, alongside Associate Director of College Counseling and fellow Landon alum Forbes Mann '04).In it, Reilly reflects on what he believes makes humans unique, and how we have the opportunity to be global citizens.
Landon welcomed more than 140 visitors from across the greater Washington area, and several special guests from China, to campus for an annual celebration of Chinese culture and an exploration of traditions commonly found in China.
Dr. Mark Bergel, whose organization A Wider Circle seeks to end poverty, spoke to students and faculty as the keynote speaker of the Brinkley Lecture Series. The series provides an opportunity for the boys to hear from leaders in the academic, ethical, philanthropic, and political worlds.
Landon's sixth grade student turn shapes and shadows into colorful artwork in their most recent project featuring something sweet.
In his Middle School "This I Believe" speech, Aidan '23 shares why he believes that self-discipline helps you reach your full potential and eventually leads to living a stronger, smarter, and happier life.