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Image of new Boehly Upper School

Capital Projects:
$30 Million

Vitally important is the need to enhance our facilities.

A newly developed Campus Master Plan represents the centerpiece of the campaign and has the potential to transform our grounds into an even more beautiful and beneficial home for our boys and our faculty. The master plan envisions the creation of a new Upper School building, which will maintain a central location on the current site of the Andrews House, establishing a beacon of learning on the highest point of our 75 acres. With this new Upper School, the Middle School will then move into a renovated and expanded Banfield Academic Center (the current Upper School building), and the Lower School will move into the current Middle School, resulting in an academic quad that supports a cohesive Landon experience for all of our students. 

Take a virtual tour of our new spaces.

Goal Progress

  • $19 million
  • $30 million
Wilson Lane Entrance

Safety and Security: Campus Welcome Center and Infrastructure Improvements

We plan a number of important infrastructure improvements that will enhance the safety and security of the entire Landon community, improve the student and visitor experience, and beautify the campus. First, we will move roadways to the perimeter of the campus, allowing for the creation of an academic quad and pedestrian-friendly core of the campus – a continuous, vehicle-free area where the boys spend most of their academic day. In addition, a new welcome center closer to Wilson Lane will guide visitors and facilitate vehicle traffic. At the front entrance, we will install new fencing and landscaping to improve the aesthetic view from inside and outside campus and to provide a higher level of security.

New Entrance at Boehly Upper School

New Upper School Building 

To address the pressing need for additional and updated space, Landon will build a new Upper School facility that better serves our mission and our ambitions for Landon’s oldest students.

Our Upper School will be moving into a brand
new, state-of-the-art building. Our oldest students
will enjoy inspiring spaces such as a central, skylit
common area designed for presentations and
lectures as well as studying and socializing together.
Modern science and engineering labs will be
arranged around a science forum that engages all
in learning and innovation.

The new building will be located in a prominent position at the center of campus, offering impressive views from the Wilson Lane entrance and overlooking our rolling fields, athletic facilities, and the newly created academic quad. It will represent the best of Landon – at once respectful of the past and receptive to the future. 

New Atrium entrance to BAC

Renovated Spaces for Lower and Middle School

Our Middle School will move into the Banfield
Academic Center (BAC), the current Upper School,
which will undergo a comprehensive modernization
with all-new systems and finishes. Updated technology and classroom layouts will promote greater collaboration and learning. The reimagined courtyard will create a massive new educational and gathering space. New entries and mechanical systems will provide an improved approach to heating, cooling, and environmental stewardship.

The Lower School will move into the current Middle School building. Our youngest Bears will have more room and resources to explore, create, and collaborate, and will enjoy a greater sense of connection with the Landon community as the Lower School takes its place in our central academic core.

 


 

Picture of Campus Master Plan

The Upper School’s New Building

Our Upper School will be moving into a brand new, state-of-the-art building. Our oldest students will enjoy inspiring spaces such as a central, skylit common area designed for presentations and lectures as well as studying and socializing together. Modern science and engineering labs will be arranged around a science forum that engages all in learning and innovation.

View of Boehly US from Bordley Stadium

VIEW FROM BORDLEY STADIUM

Entrance to new Boehly Upper School

UPPER SCHOOL ENTRY

Rendering of Sitting Steps in new US

COMMONS UPPER LEVEL

COMMONS LOWER LEVEL

COMMONS LOWER LEVEL

Rendering of DEDICATED STEM CENTER

DEDICATED STEM CENTER

Inside Entrance of new Boehly Upper School

VESTIBULE

Cross section of new Boehly Upper School

INSIDE THE UPPER SCHOOL

AERIAL OF NEW ACADEMIC CORE

AERIAL OF NEW ACADEMIC CORE


Future Home of the Middle School

Our Middle School will move into the Banfield Academic Center (BAC), the current Upper School, which will undergo a comprehensive modernization with all-new systems and finishes. The courtyard will become an outdoor gathering space to foster interconnectivity among students, and updated technology and classroom layouts will promote greater collaboration and learning.

New BAC COURTYARD ENTRANCE

BAC COURTYARD ENTRANCE

AERIAL OF NEW ACADEMIC CORE

AERIAL OF NEW ACADEMIC CORE

RENOVATED LEARNING SPACES

RENOVATED LEARNING SPACES

Cross section of renovated BAC

INSIDE THE BAC

New MIDDLE SCHOOL LIBRARY

MIDDLE SCHOOL LIBRARY

Rendering of New Middle School Commons

MIDDLE SCHOOL COMMONS

View of new Academic Core

ACADEMIC CORE


Future Home of the Lower School

Moving the Lower School into the more centrally located Middle School Building will give our Lower School students a greater sense of community and additional opportunities for mentorship from the older boys at the school. Students will have more room and resources to explore, create, and collaborate, including a new library and a skylit central atrium.

Aerial View of new Academic Core

FUTURE HOME OF THE LOWER SCHOOL

Cross section of renovated learning spaces

RENOVATED LEARNING SPACES

Rendering of new LOWER SCHOOL LIBRARY

LOWER SCHOOL LIBRARY


Future Home of Landon’s Visual Arts Center

The Wilson Building will be renovated to serve as our new visual arts center for the campus. A woodshop, sculpture and painting studios, and exhibit galleries will give our students expanded space to imagine and create.

Cross section of Wilson Building showing Visual Arts classes

RENOVATED FOR VISUAL ARTS