Grade 7 earth science students learn about the magnitude of structural integrity. Watch how they use straws, tape, and their design skills to build a structure strong enough to survive a simulated earthquake.
Lower School Bears vie for a spot in the Montgomery County Regional Spelling Bee. Find out how the benefits of this friendly competition extend far beyond spelling, vocabulary, and memorization.
Upper School students are energized by their study of renewable energy in their advanced environmental science class. Find out how new features on campus are serving as powerful teaching tools.
Lower School students practice responsibility, teamwork, time management, and more as they care for the pets in their science classroom.
Grade 4 students learn what maps can tell us about the world and make maps of their own. Find out what they learned in this hands-on social studies project.
Eight members of the Class of 2024 have committed to play college athletics on our second signing day of the year on February 8.
Grade 5 social studies students get active as they learn about the American Revolution. Watch how they step into character and use body movements to better understand the battles that shaped the war.
Grade 9 history and English students experienced a special kind of primary source learning as they explored writing by students who once stood in their shoes.
Grade 7 science students take inspiration from Bill Nye, the Science Guy as they learn about the Earth’s interior. Find out how they use their research skills, creativity, and personalities to captivate and inform their audience.
At Landon, Lower School boys are immersed in language learning, thanks to hands-on cultural experiences and research projects.