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Our Mission

Landon School is committed to the ethical, intellectual, and personal development of boys. We challenge and inspire them to think deeply, individually, and broadly; to live with respect and honor; and to grow into healthy, well-rounded men of integrity and character who seek to make a positive difference in the world around them.

A National Leader in Boys’ College Preparatory Education

Since 1929, Landon School has prepared generations of boys to become accomplished, responsible, and caring men. 

Our program develops boys in Grades 3–12 as scholars and servant-leaders, as thinkers and creators, as men of character and commitment who are ready for college and life beyond. Our unwavering commitment to our faculty and their journey of learning allows them to grow and evolve as our boys do.  

Vivian English

Upper School Science Teacher

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Kali Mills

Upper School Science Teacher

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Tom DiChiara

Upper School English Teacher

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Teacher-Coach-Mentors

Boys work harder and achieve more when they respect and connect with their teachers. Landon faculty members are experts in boys’ education and know that boys will only fully open themselves to complex intellectual problems and inspirational ideas when they trust that their teachers genuinely care about their well-being and success. This is the basis of our entire educational approach—what we call teacher-coach-mentor—and the exceptional men and women at Landon treat this responsibility with the seriousness, commitment, and energy it deserves.

Water polo coach talks to players at pool

 

Relationships are foundational at Landon, which is why a Landon boy’s English teacher, water polo coach, choral instructor, and advisor may very well be the same person. 

In fact, all Landon teachers are required to coach and mentor students, like Dan Moorin, because we believe the connections they form with students in these roles allow faculty to educate every boy more effectively. As teachers and students see each other in different lights, they develop a common language and experience that is mutually beneficial. Coaching takes many forms at Landon. Our coaches include band leaders, theater directors, newspaper sponsors, and many more. 

Faculty Stories

Upper School students pose with the new bronze grizzly bear statue at the end of Miniter Quad.

A new eight-feet-tall grizzly bear statue in the middle of campus is boosting school spirit and serving as a connecting point for students and faculty.

Mike Rutenberg holds up the Landon football helmet he received as a gift after delivering the Nelson Leadership Lecture. 

Mike Rutenberg '99 returned to the white rocks to deliver the Nelson Leadership Lecture at an all-school assembly. Find out what the NFL coach wants boys to learn from his message. 

Stossel gives presentation to MS and US students about social media and technology

Max Stossel, a Youth & Education Advisor for the Center for Humane Technology, spoke with Landon students, faculty, and our parent community about the impact social media and technology have on our lives and society.

Brandon Harwood poses for picture.

Brandon Harwood, an Upper School Spanish teacher at Landon from 2008 to 2019, is now a professional recording artist after 20 plus years of writing songs and performing. He released three singles in the spring of 2023.

Relationships are at the very core of our community at Landon. As teacher-coach-mentors, we learn what makes our students tick and where they need support. This approach allows us to challenge the boys to reach their potential in the classroom, on the stage, and on the fields. - will mcgettigan, Upper School History teacher, head varsity lacrosse coach & student advisor

70%

Of Faculty Hold Advanced Degrees

6to1

Student-Teacher Ratio

9

Year Tenure

on average for faculty

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Teacher Development Program

Landon seeks talented and energetic candidates for a teaching, diversity, and coaching faculty development program. This is a two-year experience aimed at those interested in beginning their careers in an independent school setting.  Program members receive guidance, mentorship, and support in the areas of teaching; diversity, equity, and inclusion; and coaching in the athletic or performing arts program—three of the main pillars of the Landon faculty experience. 

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Benefits

All full-time employees are eligible for health, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, FSA, pet insurance, commuter benefits, and more. 

Retirement

Landon offers a 403(b) retirement plan, a generous employer 403(b) match, and access to financial advisors at no cost.

Campus

Landon provides free lunch, camp discounts, tuition remission, and athletic facility access.

Community

Our faculty, staff and parent groups host barbeques, game nights, book clubs, and other events.

Teacher and student talk in library

Like all great educators, you want to teach in an environment that empowers you to make the greatest impact in your students’ lives.

At Landon, teachers challenge and inspire every boy to become the best version of himself. Landon students are eager to learn, and our unique teacher-coach-mentor model allows faculty to see students through multiple perspectives and leverage strong relationships that foster boys’ growth in all areas. We hope you will consider Landon as part of your professional journey.

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