Landon celebrates Lunar New Year! Watch how Lower School Bears helped us welcome in the Year of the Rabbit.
Middle School students tackle world issues in a new Model United Nations club. See how they practice public speaking, diplomacy, and research skills.
Grade 8 science students participate in a sweet, hands-on chemistry lesson. See how they’re honing lab skills that will serve them well in the Upper School.
Students, faculty, and staff have left their mark on the new Boehly Upper School in a unique way.
Grade 4 math students prepare to deepen their knowledge of fractions. Watch how this hands-on lesson aims to make fractions as easy as pie!
Form I Dean and Math Teacher Dijon Anderson speaks about the role courage has played in his life and issues a challenge to the boys during a Middle School ethics assembly. Here is a lightly edited version of his remarks.
Dr. Marc Brackett, a research psychologist, spoke with Landon faculty and our parent community on January 3 about his newest book, Permission to Feel.
Grade 10 chemistry students tested their problem-solving skills in a lab designed to enhance their thinking about the process, not the outcome.
Grade 4 students use marshmallows, toothpicks, rubber bands, and other visual aids to learn the basics of geometry. See how hands-on learning prepares them to understand fractions.
Alan ’23 was awarded the top prize in the drawing category at the Stone Ridge Winter Independent Schools Juried Exhibition.