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.
Grade 5 students launch into their first STEM challenge of the year with paper rockets. Find out how they use paper, tape, a penny, and the scientific method to craft the most dynamic designs.
Sixteen student-athletes earned all-IAC honors, the varsity football team was named IAC Co-Champion, and Nathan Furgeson ’24 was selected IAC Player of the Year for football.
Six members of the Class of 2024 have committed to play college athletics on our first signing day of the year.
Middle School Theater Arts students step off the stage to learn about the technical side of putting on a production. Find out how they use skills and knowledge from other subjects to bring their ideas to life.
Upper School students grab their calculators and pencils to compete as a team against other schools in math meets. Find out how this academic competition builds their skills and camaraderie.
From “trashketball” to mazes and escape rooms, find out how Landon teachers are helping boys remember what they’ve learned through engaging classroom activities.
Grade 7 students take their art skills to new depths with one-point perspective drawings. Find out how the new look of campus is inspiring projects in multiple classes.
The Banfield Academic Center, located in the middle of our academic campus core, is the new Middle School home and also includes Upper School spaces. Find out how Middle School students and faculty are settling in.
Topher Scott visited Landon to deliver the keynote address at the annual Boiardi Forum for Ethical Reflection. The university hockey executive, podcast host, and speaker shared his pillars to success and how alumnus George Boiardi exemplified them all.