This blog post is a transcript of the remarks Shoun '17 delivered to Middle and Upper School students and faculty at the 2017 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Assembly.
In this blog post, Andy Kerr '81 shares how Landon instilled in him the importance of being well-rounded.
Members of the Class of 2016 returned to campus to offer college insights to the Class of 2017.
Michael Banks '92 shares how Coach Jim Hanker (who was recently named an honorary alumnus) and Landon have shaped and supported him.
Scott Mallory '04's sound art is part of the inaugural exhibition at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture.
Middle School teacher-coach-mentor Jamie Sorge shares why it is important to find the beauty in each day.
Alums will receive the Kupka and Banfield Awards for dedication and integrity at the annual Alumni Holiday Luncheon.
Former Landon and George Washington University (GW) basketball standout Joe McDonald '12 will be director of player development at his alma mater.
Alex Shockey P '17 '25 wrote this blog post about her experience as a Landon parent over the past decade
This fall, 21 Landon student-athletes earned individual accolades, including two Academic All-Americans.
Headmaster Jim Neill delivered the following remarks at the 2016 all-school Thanksgiving assembly November 16.
Headmaster Jim Neill wrote this letter to the community to share his thoughts on what the nature of the recent presidential election means for Landon.
In a November 16 ceremony, members of the Class of 2017 formalized their commitments to play college sports at institutions that include the U.S. Naval Academy, Cornell and Duke.
Teacher-coach-mentor Ian Healy '00 shares why empathy is key to ethical behavior.