A Virtual Look Inside Langley

Get to know Langley’s philosophy, values, and classroom experiences from the safety and comfort of your home. While we are not offering in-person campus tours at this time, we hope this gives you an in-depth look inside Langley from many different angles and viewpoints. 


In a Nutshell: Our Philosophy in Four Minutes

These one-minute whiteboard videos explain what makes Langley unique. When you join our community, your child will receive a balanced curriculum of academics and social-emotional learning that is age-appropriate and prepares him or her for high school and beyond. 

The Langley School’s Arc of Development

The Two Sides to Langley’s Signature Curriculum

Where Community Comes Together  
Portrait of a Langley Graduate

Walking Tours of Our Beautiful Campus

A wooded oasis that is tucked away from the main roads, our campus is easily accessible to key surrounding cities such as McLean, Arlington, Falls Church, Great Falls, Vienna, and Reston. Take a virtual walking tour of our nine-acre, nine-building campus that promotes movement between classes and community among grades. 


Primary School Walking Tour



Middle School Walking Tour



Lower School Walking Tour



Campus Map

Campus map

Going Deeper Into Our Programs

Led by Langley administrators and our expert educators, these webinars introduce you to our curriculum and priorities. You will learn about our teaching and learning models, our priorities, and the resulting student skills and competencies.


The Foundational Skills We Prioritize That Lead to Long-Lasting Outcomes



Introduction to Primary School: Investing in the Early Years
Our Approach and Process During Uncertain Times



Langley: Through A Student Lens
(recording from a recent admission event)

On the Go? Listen to Our “Climbing the Arc” Podcasts

Climbing the Arc is our podcast that welcomes listeners into the classroom. You’ll hear the energy and learning as students and teachers interact and engage in activities. 




Voices of Our Community Members

Langley’s 79-year history has not only generated thousands of graduates who have gone on to lead lives of purpose, but also is embodied by the thousands of parents who have raised their children together during their Langley years. And, our dedicated faculty and staff are committed to the development and growth of every child, every day. 


Multiculturalism In the Classroom

Lucas Bitar
Langley Class of 2020



Preparing Students for Their Futures

Ryan McKinney
Science Teacher and Langley Parent

Finding Belonging In Our Community 

Yashika Cantrell
Langley Parent



A Strategic View on Shaping Culture

Shireen Zaman
Langley Parent and Board Trustee

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