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International Students

Dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities do not discriminate by country or language. Our students come from all over the world and across the U.S. Students who attend Landmark from afar are quickly integrated into campus life, settle into our residential houses, get to know the beautiful North Shore of Boston, make lifelong friends, and above all, attend a school that customizes a program for each student's learning needs. International students say that they feel like Landmark quickly becomes their home away from home. Our structured and nurturing Residential Program provides comfortable and homey living quarters for all of our boarding students.

Academics, after-school activities, and evening and weekend events and trips all combine to provide students with the opportunity to thrive at Landmark even though home may be 3,000 miles away.

Applying to Landmark

International students fill out the same application as U.S. students, but there are additional steps that must be taken prior to attending Landmark. Once accepted to Landmark, which has Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) certification, the school will issue the student an I-20 form. Students must then apply for a visa at a U.S. embassy or consulate. International students must also have health insurance, either under their parents' policy or through ISM Insurance.

Countries Represented

Landmark students have come from:

  • India
  • Austria
  • China
  • Curacao
  • Dubai
  • Ethiopia
  • Israel
  • Mexico
  • Namibia
  • Saudi Arabia
  • United Arab Emirates
  • and many more countries…

Meet Sunaina

Read how Landmark has helped a student from India adjust to a new school, culture, and country.

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