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Student Stories

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Landmark students are making news on campus and beyond. Read inspiring stories about how students are leaving their mark on the world by putting their passions into action.

This is Me

by Abby Cournoyer ’25
A long, long time ago I was in a class and I noticed that I was different. There were kids who were not like me. Kids that knew everything and I knew nothing...READ MORE

The Most Uninteresting Thing About Nicole

by Jeanne Talbot P'20
It was a cool spring afternoon at Landmark with a sweeping, stiff ocean breeze that rushed up the hill between the Alexander and Lopardo buildings. I saw him across the drive, and he saw me. He smiled, I think, but maybe not...READ MORE

Zen and the Art of Student Relaxation

by Lydia Jackson ’20
I am Lydia Jackson, a sophomore at Landmark School. I came to Landmark because I struggled at my past schools. Landmark has changed my life by teaching me not only the skills I need but also to love school and learning...READ MORE

Queen of the Kitchen

by Joe Rose

After one-and-a half years as a student in Landmark’s Prep Program, Katia Green began to think outside the box in terms of her future. What she began to envision at that point in her junior year would go a long way toward changing her life both academically and personally. ...READ MORE

Getting Back on Track

by Katharine Judy, former student at Landmark Elementary•Middle School

Before coming to Landmark, school was a nightmare for me. Of course I had friends, but the classes were extremely difficult. I was reading almost three years below my grade level and my writing, well it wasn’t the best. Whenever I read I couldn’t seem to grasp the concept of each chapter and the words on each page seemed to float away into the abyss. ...READ MORE