Building resilience, teamwork, and lifelong healthy habits
We believe athletics are an integral part of the overall education and development of each child, and our athletic program reinforces the goals of the school’s mission while helping students build character through competitive athletics.
Langley is a founding member of the Capital Athletic Conference (CAC) which comprises several K-8 independent schools in Maryland, Virginia, and the District. Students in grades 5-8 may participate in Langley’s after-school interscholastic team sports program which includes soccer, volleyball, cross country, basketball, softball, lacrosse, track and field, and tennis.
When possible, we offer two levels of competition based on grade level, with grades 7 and 8 competing on the varsity level and grades 5 and 6 on the junior varsity level. For certain sports, Langley offers only one level open to grades 6-8 to ensure age-appropriate and safe competition.
Solomon Athletic Center
Built in 2001, the 23,350-square-foot Solomon Athletic Center features two gyms, a climbing wall, a weight room, a cardiovascular room, locker rooms, and meeting rooms.
Langley Main Gym
The main gym located in the Solomon Athletic Center hosts interscholastic team basketball and volleyball games, student physical education classes, and school-wide events.
In 2009, Langley opened a new artificial turf field named in honor of Jim Gleason, the school's former athletic director. With superior drainage capabilities, the field provides students with a durable, reliable space to use year-round. Students of all ages enjoy use of the field daily for P.E., recess, team sports, and special events.