Elizabeth Parker, director of admission at Landmark School, will be available to talk to prospective students and their families in Delhi, India, on November 6, 2019, at the Linden School Fair. The Leela Ambience Gurugram Hotel & Residences is hosting the fair, which runs from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Can't make it to the fair? Email Elizabeth to set up an appointment to meet anytime November 4–6, 2019.
Landmark School, a coeducational, college-preparatory boarding and day school conveniently located 25 north of Boston, offers academic year and summer programs for students who struggle with dyslexia, writing, organization, time management, and ADHD.
Students entering grades 2–12 who have been diagnosed with dyslexia or another language-based learning disability (LBLD) are encouraged to apply to Landmark School. Our students possess average to superior cognitive abilities, have well-developed reasoning and comprehension skills, but often have weaknesses in processing speed or working memory. Landmark students are also motivated to learn and have a healthy social and emotional well being.
100% College Acceptance
Landmark provides an individualized curriculum, the cornerstone of which is our renown, one-to-one daily tutorial. Small class sizes, specially trained faculty, and a proven track record prepare our students for college—and a lifetime of success. 100% of our graduates are accepted to college and 94% attend.
Students are grouped in classes by ability so we can tailor the pace and content to suit their individual needs. Executive function and literacy skills are an essential part of the program and are integrated into all classes. Students leave here not only with strong reading, writing, and math skills, but also with critical-thinking, time-management, organizational, and test-taking skills...and confidence.
Landmark's robust Residential Life Program emphasizes responsibility, respect, and independence. From the dining room to the playing fields, from the dorms to the surrounding communities, residential students are continuously developing positive self-advocacy skills. Students learn how to manage schoolwork and schedules, support friends and roommates, and participate in the larger Landmark community. They also enjoy a wide range of planned activities, outings, and social and cultural events. Our houses provide comfortable and homey living quarters for all of our boarding students.
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.
Language-based learning disabilities do not discriminate by country or language, and Landmark serves students from all over the world. Representatives from Student Life, Admission, and the International Group support international students, welcoming them to campus and guiding them through the transition process, which often involves being exposed to new foods, cultures, and climate.
Academics, after-school activities, and evening and weekend events and trips all combine to provide students who come from far away the opportunity to thrive at Landmark even though home may be 3,000 miles away.
"Coming to Landmark from another country, to say the least, I was very nervous. At first everything seemed new and different. But soon, I started to realize, I’m not surrounded by strangers but friends. I developed relationships with students and staff that I will cherish all my life. Furthermore, Landmark allowed me to learn the skills to be independent and mature with everyday activities in my life which is essential to survive and thrive in the world out there." —Ady Tiberwal '17
High School Students Discuss Their Experience at Landmark
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.