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.
The 90 members of the Class of 2018 plan to continue their education at 58 different colleges and universities across the country, as well as in England and Japan.
Upper School teacher-coach-mentor Larry Franklin shares how family, academics, athletics and faith have provided a strong moral compass to guide him through life — and why it's important to realize that the choices we make today can have repercussions years down the road.
Landon School is pleased to announce a new $100,000 endowment fund established by the Bou Family Foundation to support the preservation of the Farmhouse, other school facilities, and our beautiful grounds.
Sachin Das '19 and Joey Epstein '18 have been named Interstate Athletic Conference (IAC) Players of the Year in tennis and lacrosse, respectively. These boys led Landon to IAC crowns in both sports — including a regular-season title for Coach Rob Bordley '66 in his final campaign at the helm of varsity lacrosse.
Leslie and Bruce McNair '73 have made a lead gift of $100,000 to establish The Maclear Jacoby Endowed Fund. The fund honors the legacy of Maclear "Mac" Jacoby and will support Landon School's historic tennis program, the Athletics Department, and the programs Mac worked tirelessly toward as a coach, administrator, official, statistician, manager, and announcer as the "voice" of Bears football.
This June, more than one dozen orphans in Nairobi, Kenya, will receive a special high-school graduation gift, a portrait painted or drawn by a fellow high school student who lives half a world away. The artists responsible for the portraits: 16 Landon upper schoolers.
Coexist Foundation CEO Dr. Tarek Elgawhary '97 delivers an important message at the annual Boiardi Forum for Ethical Reflection, held in honor of late alumnus and lacrosse star George Boiardi '00.
In an ethics speech delivered to his Upper School teachers and peers, Parker Lotstein '18 shares why being the most authentic version of oneself is more important now than ever.
In an ethics speech delivered to his Middle School teachers and peers, T.J. '22 shares how his family's history taught him that freedom comes at a cost — and instilled in him a desire to repay his debt to those who ensure that freedom endures.
Twenty-six members of the Class of 2018 have committed to play NCAA college athletics next year. They join more than 160 Bear alumni who have played college sports over the past decade, including 54 in the last three years.
In late February, Matthew Kopp '19 realized a goal he had been working toward for more than a decade when he was promoted to the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouts of America, that of Eagle Scout.
Upper School musical groups earned three first-place honors and two second-place finishes at the 2018 OrlandoFest music competition April 13 and 14 at Universal Orlando Resort in Florida.
Ethan Fine '19 is one of 18 students from the D.C. metro area to be selected to participate in the 2018 U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad (USNCO) examination.
Five Landon student-athletes from three different sports scored Washington Post's 2017–18 winter All-Met honors, which recognize the best high school athletes in the D.C. area.