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After-School Activities

Landmark School offers an additional variety of after-school activities for day and residential students who do not participate in Athletics or Performing Arts. Each activity runs Monday-Thursday every week. Students may select a new activity each season (Fall, Winter, Spring). 

Mr. Fauci coordinates these activities. Please email or see him with any questions.

Learn more about each activity:

Art

Fall, Winter, Spring

Art is available to all Landmark students as an after-school activity. Students are given opportunities to use our art facilities to work on class projects in more depth as well as pursue independent projects. Teachers provide encouragement and feedback and suggest additional projects and ideas. It is an excellent opportunity for students to gain extra time to develop skills and advance their work.

Auto Mechanics

Fall, Spring

Students in Auto Mechanics perform service on vehicles and are exposed to the fundamental concepts of basic automotive repair.

Community Service

Fall, Winter, Spring

Students have multiple community service opportunities:

  • Cape Ann Animal Aid in Gloucester: a local animal shelter
  • Beverly YMCA:  If students have a background in swimming, rock climbing or gymnastics, they can apply to help teach.
  • Students who enjoy working with young children can either work at Tot Spot on campus or at the Beverly Children's Learning Center, a grammar school for underprivileged children.
Drama

Fall, Winter, Spring

Students can sign up to try out for a part in the play or musical, or they can participate in the action behind the scenes. 

Fitness Center

Fall, Winter, Spring

Students use our new, state-of-the-art Fitness Center to live a healthy, active lifestyle. Treadmills, free weights, and Life Fitness machines are available for use. Students can participate in one of two sessions: 3:30 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. or 4:15 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Rock Climbing

Fall, Winter

Students in Rock Climbing head to a local indoor climbing facility to learn proper techniques and safety precautions necessary to conquer a rock wall.  

 

Study Hall

Fall, Winter, Spring

Students who request or require additional time for homework and classwork are encouraged to join a structured Study Hall. Students work quietly and independently in this environment.  

Technical Theater

Fall, Winter, Spring

Students in Technical Theater work to build and create all sets and designs required for the Performing Arts Department. Students are exposed to fundamental carpentry and construction techniques.

Woodworking

Fall, Winter, Spring

Students in Woodworking are exposed to the fundamental concepts of woodworking. While completing projects of choice, a primary focus is placed on attention to detail.