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Topic - Landon School
The Landon School is a private, nonsectarian, college preparatory school for boys in grades 3-12, with an enrollment of approximately 683 students. The school sits on in Bethesda, Maryland, just outside of Washington, D.C. - Source: Wikipedia
Before he got on with the business of his senior year in the Landon School's backcourt, Joe McDonald had something else to occupy his time besides figuring out where he would play point guard at the college level.
As the top official at the nonprofit Landon School, an exclusive private day school for about 700 boys on a 75-acre campus in Bethesda, headmaster David Armstrong receives nearly a half-million dollars per year, tax forms show.
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