COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols
Read details about COVID-19 health and safety protocols for both the Elementary•Middle School and High School campuses (link is external) .
You can be you at Landmark.
Learning differences aren’t different here.
Be a part of a community of day and boarding students in grades 2–12
diagnosed with dyslexia and other language-based learning differences.
July 5–July 31, 2021
Help your student catch up after months of remote learning! Our four-week Summer Program combines intensive, academic skill development with fun afternoon activities for students going into grades 8-12, who have been diagnosed with dyslexia or another language-based learning disability (LBLD). Landmark's program is personalized for each student and designed to improve reading, writing, spelling, math, and study skills.
July 6–August 6, 2021
Landmark's Elementary•Middle School Summer Program will minimize learning loss and regression and prepare your child for a successful and productive school year. Our program offers intensive academic skill development and is designed for students going into grades 1–7 with a diagnosed language-based learning disability (LBLD), such as dyslexia, average to above-average intelligence, and a healthy emotional well being.
July 26–August 6, 2021
With Skills+ in just two weeks middle and high school students can take their skills to the next level. Our short and effective half-day seminars will help students refine their study and executive function skills, explore and adopt new time management and organizational strategies, develop strong study habits, and boost academic achievement in a small, low-pressure setting. Designed for students enrolled in public schools.
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Landmark students, faculty, parents, and alumni are making significant contributions to the campus,
the broader community, and the world! Read about their inspiring accomplishments both big and small.
Living at Landmark
Students who board at Landmark High School are surrounded by peers from around the country and the globe. Landmark quickly becomes
a second home to our students and their housemates become family. Friendships made here last a lifetime.
Read more about Landmark High School's Residential Program.
"I have had the pleasure of living on campus for the past two years, and it truly is my home away from home. I've made connections to both my peers and staff members, which helps a lot when I cannot go home for long periods of time. Living on campus has helped me grow into who I am today, and I am more capable of being independent. This has not only helped in daily activities, but also in my academics because I feel more confident in my work. I am glad to call Landmark home."—Margaret Hamilton '20
The pandemic has thrown much into question, not the least of which is the value of a four-year higher education experience with a questionable future of gainful employment or the funds to pay back six-figure loans. There are an abundance of gap-year programs these days, but COVID-19 has prevented many from providing opportunities for participants to travel or deliver service locally, nationally, and especially internationally. Meet InventiveLabs, a program tucked away in the corner of a renovated mill building in Amesbury, Massachusetts, cultivating the creativity, drive, and motivation of recent high school graduates and even some veteran professionals with dyslexia and/or ADHD. Read more.
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