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landmark high school 2017 honor scholars
Posted on Wednesday, May 17, 2017
2017 Honor Scholars Recognition Dinner Cara O'Neill, Ady Tibrewal, Olivia Valenti, Alec Hurst, and Madison Coddington were recognized for their outstanding academic achievement on May 9 at the 49th Annual Honor Scholars Recognition Dinner. The annual event, sponsored by North Shore Chamber of Commerce, honors the top 5% of graduating seniors from 32 North Shore public and private secondary schools. More than 300 students were cited at the reception held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in... Read More
landmark high school graduates walking in a procession
Posted on Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Seniors are about embark on the last month of their experience at Landmark! This is an extremely exciting—and hectic—time, for students and parents alike. Mark your calendars and make travel plans for these upcoming senior events. Application packets for the "LPA Award for Outstanding Accomplishment” have been made available to all seniors. Every senior is invited to apply. Completed applications must be returned to the Guidance Office by Friday, May 9. Prep Senior Presentations will take... Read More
members of the landmark high school sailing team in zodiac
Posted on Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Phil Jeffries, Sailing Phil Jeffries has been a key component in the success of the Sailing team this year. Phil's consistency on the race course and his selfless sacrifices not only make him a great match racer, but also a great team racer. He often gives up a first place finish to block the opposing team's boats in order to give his teammates in other boats a first place finish to create winning combinations for the team.
landmark high school newspaper staff
Posted on Wednesday, May 10, 2017
The students in Mr. Harrison's Senior Study Skills class proudly published the debut issue of Inside the Lighthouse on May 1. The 10-page newspaper covers a broad range of topics, from socialist vs capitalist economies to the courtship of Mr. and Mrs. Meade, from Mr. Genetelli's controversial move on sugary drinks to how to build dynamite. Mr. Harrison suggested the project to the class, and the students eagerly embraced the idea. "Landmark had a paper years ago, and I thought it would be... Read More
Posted on Tuesday, May 9, 2017
Time for spring cleaning? Properly dispose of all your unwanted electronics at our Electronics Recycling Collection on Saturday, May 13,  from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Landmark's High School campus, 429 Hale Street. Acceptable electronics include: $5.00 will be charged for anything electronic like but not limited to…                         air conditioners, fans                         cell phones, land line phones                          computer batteries, keyboards, chargers... Read More
olivia valenti landmark high school athlete of the week
Posted on Monday, May 1, 2017
Via Valenti, tennis As the Girls Tennis team captain, Via Valenti has done an excellent job leading by example both on and off the court. On the court, Via consistently fights for every point and never gives up even during long games or matches. She is able to accurately read her opponent and vary her shots including executing hard to reach cross court ground strokes. Her drive and passion for the sport are contagious and Girls Tennis is lucky to have Via on the team!
Posted on Saturday, April 29, 2017
Landmark’s High School will celebrate International Day on Thursday, May 4th. The program will run all day and will include workshops and presentations by members of our International Group in collaboration with the Gay Straight Alliance. The purpose of the day and mission of the International Group is to foster a sense of identity, acceptance, and belonging for the international community, as well as to explore, raise awareness, and honor Landmark's rich cultural and ethnic diversity. The... Read More
zach wilcox landmark high school athlete of the week
Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017
First name Zach. Middle name Clydesdale. Last name Wilcox. Prefix Viking. Need we say more? Zach owned Concord Academy on April 20, striking out 12 while only allowing one earned run. Zach has been a presence for us all season. Prior to the Concord Academy game, Zach beat both Pingree and Beaver in beautifully pitched games. This athlete of the week award was very well deserved.
formal function hall with pink lighting
Posted on Friday, April 21, 2017
This year's Senior Prom will be held April 21, 2017, at Cruiseport Gloucester. Although Landmark proms are a senior event, many of the Landmark community members are invited as guests of a senior, so if your child is attending the prom, below you will find useful information. In addition, we ask for your help and generosity. Last year’s prom was a huge success largely due to the fact that many senior parents stepped up to donate funds to offset the costs of the music, decorations, and favors.... Read More
Landmark School Athlete of the week Katya Leikikh playing lacrosse
Posted on Friday, April 21, 2017
This is Katya Leikikh's first year playing lacrosse, yet she has the game sense of a veteran. She works hard learning the basics, even using time outside of practice to work to improve her skills. Katya consistently maintains a positive attitude while pushing herself to improve. Her smile and positive attitude are infectious. This week, despite being nervous, she helped her team start the season off with two wins. Katya even scored her first goal of the season!

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