Congratulations to the Class of 2023! Here are the major award winners recognized at Baccalaureate and Commencement.
Landon’s Class of 2023 participated in an updated senior capstone experience that includes practical life skills to prepare students for college and life beyond, as well as experiential learning that draws on the historical and cultural influences of the D.C. area.
The Class of 2023 includes 86 students who will attend 58 colleges and universities around the country. Four students will either play professional soccer, participate in required military service in their home country, or take a postgraduate year.
Lower School Bears participate in a challenge to help them lead with respect and kindness. Find out how the Manners Matter Challenge uses friendly competition to foster lasting behavior.
Juniors and seniors in environmental science compete in a lab with the help of Coakley & WIlliams construction crews. Is the concrete the boys mix strong enough to be used in the new Boehly Upper School?
The first ever World Language Day in the Middle School treated students to six full-day field trips, cultural immersion, and hands-on practice.
Grade 5 students used their creativity in multiple ways in a student and teacher favorite English class project called blackout poetry. See how they use the page of a book to create their own poem and artwork.
Nineteen members of the Class of 2023 have committed to play college athletics on signing days throughout the year. Find out where they’re studying and playing!
We are thrilled to host our 70th Azalea Festival on Friday, May 5 - Sunday, May 7. For our longtime and new families alike, this event is a must-have on your calendar! Here are our top 10 things we want you to know about the festival:
Dr. Marty West ’94 returned to Landon to deliver the Nelson Leadership Lecture at an all-school assembly.