Class sizes on average are 6–8 students.
All the instruction at Landmark is highly individualized, due the nature of the school being a language-based program. Students are grouped in the various content/subject area classes based on their skill levels. All students at Landmark receive a daily 1:1 language-based tutorial for individualized remediation of literacy skills.
Students are grouped in the various content/subject area classes based on their skill levels.
Typically Elementary•Middle School students receive 45 minutes to one hour of homework each night, and High School students generally receive an hour-and-a-half a night as underclassman and two-three hours a night as an upperclassmen for their 11th and 12th grade years.
There are no foreign languages offered at Landmark School. American Sign Language is offered at the High School.
Elementary•Middle School: visual art, digital art, woodworking, small engine repair, practical arts, computer science, Kids Around the Globe, music, bike repair. Read details about each elective.
High School: visual arts, woodworking, auto mechanics, performing arts, technology, physical education
Ninety-four percent of Landmark School graduates attend college or pursue post-secondary education.