Head of School Search



Landmark School’s longest-serving head and founding faculty member, Bob Broudo, will be retiring in the spring of 2022. Bob’s impact on the school and its mission is immeasurable, and his legacy will live on through the students, parents, faculty, staff, researchers, and trustees who crossed his path over the past 50 years.

Landmark School announced in July 2021 that Josh Clark will assume the role of head of school on July 1, 2022. Please join us in welcoming Josh and his family to the Landmark community.



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From Our Board Chair

Details about Landmark School's Head of School search


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The evolving role of Landmark's next head of school.


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Message from Bob Broudo



Dr. Charles (Chad) Drake, Landmark’s Founder, was undeniably brilliant, passionate, charismatic, creative, and severely dyslexic. In the 1960’s, he opened the Reading Research Institute in Wellesley, Massachusetts, where he diagnosed children and adolescents with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities, and soon became frustrated by the lack of appropriate services and programs for these students. Thus, he began operating summer programs in Maine, including in 1969 on the Bates College campus, where I was a rising junior, and met Dr. Drake and learned of his work. Read more.