College Counseling

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At Landon, the college search is guided by fit. Our 30-to-1 student-to-counselor ratio is far lower than most private and public schools, so our boys receive plenty of personal attention and guidance as they weigh this important decision. Under the leadership of Co-Directors of College Counseling Deborah Basket (previously a high-level admissions director at the College of William & Mary) and Andy Luther, we begin the process in Grade 9 to advise you on course selection.

By Grade 11, you are matched with a counselor who works with you and your family one-on-one. In Grade 12, our students craft their lists very carefully and strategically, and that explains why so many of our seniors attend one of their top schools.

We want our boys to find a place that will allow them to continue to challenge themselves academically, explore their interests and passions, and prepare them for careers and life beyond college.

For the Class of 2020:

  • 74 seniors will attend 57 different schools or serve in the military around the world. In this class
  • 95 percent applied Early Decision or Early Action.
  • 61 percent will attend a college or university to which they applied early.

See our matriculation list for the Class of 2020 below.

Class of 2020

Matt Amitay, Columbia University
Lucas Andersen, James Madison University
Sean Ang, Military commitment, Singapore
David Bartley, Tulane University
Jonah Beamon, University of Virginia
Jack Bradley, Liberty University
Nick Brigati, University of Notre Dame
Mason Brown, Emerson College
Ford Bruggen, George Washington University
Santi Canedo, University of Arizona
Jack Cope, Lafayette College
Lucas Cuervo, Franklin and Marshall College
Drew Curran, Princeton University
Zayd DeLane, University of Chicago
David Diaz, Denison University
Jordan Dinesman, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Jared Edson, New York University
Elliot Espina, Bucknell University
Nate Farrington, Elon University
Tejon Ford, Shenandoah University
Ben Freeman, Skidmore College
Sebastian Gaeta, Kenyon College
Jonathan Gerber, University of Georgia
Nick Gilanshah, Virginia Commonwealth University
Michael Gilbert, James Madison University
Ryan Giles, University of Denver
Joey Graham, Harvard University
Brage Hamilton, Bucknell University
Eli Harrison, University of Pennsylvania
Aidan Healy, University of Colorado Boulder
Jerome Heng, Military commitment, Singapore
Adam Hsu, Haverford College
Cooper Johnson, Ohio Wesleyan University
Gerney Johnson, Final decision coming soon
Jerrold Johnson, Towson University
Mark Kalavritinos, Duke University
Alex Kapelina, Southern Methodist University
Tommy Kenary, Middlebury College
Pat Kielb, Davidson College
Denver Leach, University of Denver
Lorenzo Lopez, McDaniel College
Jamie Martin, McDaniel College
Chris Mason, Virginia Tech, Corps of Cadets
Yobany Matos, University of Maryland, College Park
Conor McLaughlin, Texas Christian University
Alec Mearns, Final decision coming soon
Hughes Meima, Hampden-Sydney College
Christian Mockler, Boston University
Johnny Muller, Texas Christian University
Will Nussbaum, Brown University
Beck Ogrosky, Kenyon College
Paul Osmond, Tufts University
Sam Peraza, Columbia University
Jack Poston, Indiana University Bloomington
Stuart Powell, University of St Andrews
Roger Pyfrom, Temple University
Cyrus Rahbaran, Florida Atlantic University
Canin Reynolds, Berkshire School (MA)
& Columbia University
Evan Ridgway, Belmont University
Jacob Rosner, Northwestern University
Steven Samit, Elon University
Marc Schermer, Hamilton College
Evan Schwartz, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Gavin Seasholes, Dickinson College
Ben Slotkin, University of Pennsylvania
Tyler Smith, Georgetown University
Grayson St. Aubin, University of Richmond
James Thomas, U.S. Naval Academy Prep School
Will Thompson, University of Colorado Boulder
James Waldron, University of Oregon
Ethan Weinstein, Dartmouth College
Max Weinstein, Dartmouth College
Jason Xu, Bucknell University
Bill Zheng, University of Chicago

Upper School Calendar

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    A tribute to those lost on 9/11

    In Kim Coletta’s Grade 5 Language Arts class, students designed flags to honor the lives lost on 9/11. The assignment stemmed from a virtual presentation during Grade 5 author week.  


    The Landon Azalea Festival’s online auction is open from April 15-25.  Bid often on 10 incredible class baskets donated by parents in Grade 3 thru Form VI. The Azalea Festival would not be complete without its signature item, azalea plants! Select your favorites from 50 varieties locally grown in an array of colors and sizes that will enhance the beauty of your home for years to come.