Landsdale was made for Frederick County’s summer days and we’re excited the season is upon us. From a long list of amenities, to summer camps, family vacations or lazy days, the choice is yours. Within Landsdale, you can cozy up with a book or throw a party in our 6,000 square foot Craftsman-style clubhouse overlooking the community. Swim team or Marco Polo? Take a dip in the 8-lane Olympic-size pool or splash around in the zero-entry leisure pool. Couples tennis, or a quick game of 1:1, the tennis courts are ready for your 40/Love.
Nothing makes us smile more than hearing the sound of laughter and giggles. And that you’ll hear as you head towards the playgrounds and tot lots. You’re also sure to see some familiar faces on the walking and biking trails or as you and your friends head to the open amphitheater to listen to your neighbor play a bit on their acoustic guitar.
Landsdale is truly life with a view. The community has been thoughtfully designed to inspire more relaxation, togetherness and fun in your daily life. From sunrise to sunset, be it from your back deck or on your evening stroll, our neighborhood is meant to provide a home base that isn’t just seen on the sports courts. It’s where your heart is because Landsdale is home.
- Maryland has ranked among America's top states for top-quality public education from 2009-2018 [Education Week's Quality Countsreports].
- While Maryland continues to lead the nation in Advanced Placement (AP) achievement, FCPS students' 3.27 mean AP exam score surpassed Maryland's 3.03 and the global 2.84. The percentage of students with AP scores 3 or better (on a 5-point scale, where 3 typically qualifies for college credit) was 73.6% at FCPS (with 4,522 exams), 64.7% statewide and 60.3% globally.
- FCPS achievement also exceeds Maryland averages with scores that consistently surpass national averages on the College Board SAT. Our mean 2018 SAT score was 1,149, compared to Maryland's 1,066 and the nation's 1,049.
- 99% of more than 1,000 employers surveyed indicated that FCPS students met or exceeded workplace readiness standards.