Lower and Middle School Counselor Adam Diaz works weekly with Grade 5 Bears to learn to recognize and cope with different emotions.
Upper School engineering students use repurposed materials to build a mousetrap driven car. Watch how they use creative thinking and problem-solving skills for this competition!
Andreas ’23 took his passion for representative government and turned it into action within his community. His push to get 16 and 17-year-olds to vote proved successful when he persuaded his town to amend its charter.
Grade 4 students are working to become more descriptive and complex writers. After finishing their personal narratives, they shared those stories with Grade 3 Bears at a publishing party.
Lower School boys compete in the annual Pumpkin Races that combine engineering design with Halloween spirit. See learning and racing in action!
Middle School art students demonstrated creativity and attention to detail in the Getty Challenge: to find a painting they liked from a museum and use items in their home to recreate it.
The Math Department is sponsoring a school-wide contest inspired by the season. Each division faces a different math problem. Who can calculate correctly and walk away with the prize?
Grade 3 students use an everyday household item to learn the engineering design process. Find out how they’re building their science skills while using their creativity.
Former Landon Associate Head of School John Botti returned to campus to deliver a speech on inclusivity for the annual Boiardi Forum for Ethical Reflection. He explained why being curious in small ways can lead to greater understanding.
A new senior elective in the Upper School explores the concept of taking ownership of who you are through the arts. Watch how students are learning about the Harlem Renaissance and the relevance it carries today.