The Langley School fosters purposeful inquiry-based and social-emotional learning for children in preschool through grade 8 in a joyful, connected community. We empower all students as curious, confident, and resilient leaders, thinkers, and creators. Since our founding in 1942, our impact has been evident in the unique accomplishments and meaningful contributions of our students, graduates, and educators.
7:1 student/teacher ratio
$2.1 million granted in tuition assistance to 17% of the student body
73% of lead teachers hold advanced degrees
40% of students identify as a person of color
84 faculty members
534 students enrolled
"You have created an incredible environment and we left our tour feeling absolutely joyful about the prospect of our child growing and learning within your walls!"
“Our children love to go to school every day. The teachers and administrative staff are great and care about our children academically, socially, and emotionally."
“We switched our kids over from public school a few years ago and couldn't be happier with The Langley School. ”
“Langley truly is a community working towards creating thoughtful learners and thoughtful citizens. This school is committed to nurturing not only the brain, but also the heart and spirit of each student.”
“Fantastic school! Excellent teachers, nurturing environment, engaged community. Our son is thriving here!"
“Such a great school. Supportive, creative, individual attention, sweet atmosphere, amazing teachers."
“Our family has appreciated the one-on-one conversations with teachers and staff helping us identify the optimal schools for our children for their Life After Langley."
Congratulations to Technology & Innovation Teacher Laura Dixon who was named a finalist in the nonprofit and academia category of the Women in Technology (WIT) 25th Annual Leadership Awards. Award winners will be announced at the WIT Leadership Awards Gala on May 9.
In math class, fifth-graders have been learning how to multiply and divide fractions, as well as how fractions are used for real-world tasks like cooking. Students then took part in a bake-off, a friendly competition to test both fractional knowledge and baking skills.
Seventh-graders recently completed their independent science projects, which ranged from creating traditional science fair projects, shadowing professional scientists, or engineering products and creating a commercial to sell them.
Langley celebrated Lunar New Year with an assembly featuring the visiting troupe, Chua Martial Arts, that performed a stunning Lion Dance. More than 20 parents and students also gave classroom presentations on their Lunar New Year traditions, foods, clothing, stories, and celebrations.
Whether making light-up Valentine cards, designing air plant terrariums, building imaginative structures out of noodles, or participating in the many other hands-on activities, students had tons of fun at Langley's STEAM Fair.
Nestled in a wooded oasis, The Langley School’s 9.2-acre campus is just minutes away from Tysons Corner and easily accessible to the surrounding cities of McLean, Arlington, Falls Church, Great Falls, Vienna, Reston, and Washington, DC.