Landon students develop many skills over the course of their years at Landon, including time management, communication strategies, and our core values of teamwork and perseverance among others! Those skills and values have proven to be essential to four students who started their own small businesses.
Grades 3 and 9 Bears joined forces for a science project to hone their research, writing, and presentation skills.
Seventeen members of the Class of 2022 have committed to play college athletics on signing days throughout the year. They join the 88 students in the last five graduating classes to play sports at colleges and universities around the country. Go Bears!
For the first time in its 40-year history, the Smithsonian Craft Show features student artists, including seven from Landon.
The 2022 Boost the Bear Campaign increased parent participation in The Landon Fund. Thank you to every family who made a gift, and we are grateful for the support from our Landon community.
Peter has been in politics for 30 years. He was a White House speechwriter, Congressional staffer and in 1998 founded his own lobbying firm. With the Presidential election coming in two months, we asked Peter for some of his favorite memories about politics.
Protect the Pringle! Grade 5 science students have to protect and mail a potato chip as part of their latest STEM competition to test their engineering skills. See where the chips are headed and what the boys have to do to win!
Middle School Spanish students expand their vocabulary and help the community.
We are thrilled to host our 68th Azalea Festival on campus on Friday, April 29-Sunday, May 1. For our longtime families, there are exciting new things this year, and for those new to our community, we wish to share why this event is a must-have on your calendar!
Four Landon students received recognition for their work at the 2022 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.