In September, Landmark welcomed once again a study group of Japanese educators, including two members who made a return visit from last year. Kazuki Tani, a professor at Tamagawa University in Tokyo, and Takayuki Ono, an elementary special education teacher, were part of a visiting group last September. This year, Professor Tani led a team of six educators. Their trip was part of a greater context of visits from Japanese special education professors, researchers, and teachers dating back four... Read More
The Landmark High School Visual Arts Department is thrilled to announce the inaugural Alumni Art Exhibit at the Inspiration Gallery. The exhibit will run from December 1, 2017, through January 13, 2018.
The Gallery is accepting submissions for 2D or 3D works from any and all visual artists who studied at Landmark. Works can include—but are not limited to—painting, sculpture, ceramics, textiles, jewelry, photography, drawing, printmaking, graphic design, etc. The exhibit is intended to... Read More
The fall High School sports season is in full swing, with teams taking to the field, court, course, and trails to practice and compete. Games and matches began this week.
Participation in fall athletics is as healthy as it's ever been, with 152 of our 310 students signed up for boys and girls varsity and JV soccer, coed cross country, golf, and varsity and JV volleyball.
Sixty-seven of 115 registered girls signed up for interscholastic sports, making this one of the most well-attended fall... Read More
The results are in! More than 250 Landmark students voted to elect Student Council officers on September 14. Nick Engstrom won the race for president, Caroline Manning secured the vice president slot, and Jared Joshi will serve as treasurer.
Candidates bravely delivered speeches in Ansara on September 13, outlining their platform and explaining what makes them the strongest candidate for the job.
Nick highlighted what makes Landmark a life-changing experience and promised to work to enliven... Read More
Landmark students are off and running! We welcomed 455 students to both of our campuses and are eager to begin our 47th year.
Last week, day and residential students returned, parents met with Academic Advisors and other key staff members, and everyone was engaged in ice-breaking activities that got them reacquainted and quickly brought new students into the fold.
Highlights of the high school orientation program included a lightning-fast game of Simon Says lead by Dean of... Read More
The coaches at High School and Elementary•Middle School are brushing up on drills and the maintenance crew is sprucing up the fields in preparation for the fall athletic season.
More than two-thirds of the student body participates in some aspect of interscholastic sports competition—an impressive number especially given that many of our students travel long distances each day.
Brook Sumner returns for his 10th season as Athletic Director, Sean Anastasia-Murphy will... Read More
The Summer Program and Outreach's Summer Institute are in the books, which means the academic year is just around the corner! The maintenance crew and outside contractors have been busy sprucing up the the campus for the arrival of students, faculty, and staff.
In addition to the usual summer refurbishing projects, the classrooms next to the Inspiration Gallery and the the Expressive Language Department workspace are being updated. Portions of the Dudley Building and Alexander are getting new... Read More
The Summer Programs at the High School and Elementary•Middle School are in full swing! Students on both campuses ended their first full week with new skills and strategies that will help them succeed inside and outside the classroom.
After a half day of morning classes, students on both campuses can participate in fun, confidence-boosting afternoon activities. EMS students are participating in visual arts, 3-D design, marine science, and a high-ropes course. Down the road, the high schoolers... Read More
Two of Landmark School's administrators were recognized by Rotary International with their highest honor, the Paul Harris Fellowship. Headmaster Bob Broudo and Chief Financial Officer and Beverly Rotary Club member Mark Brislin, received the award at the Beverly Rotary Club Annual Meeting in June 2017. Each was strategically instructed to make sure that the other one attended the event but had no idea that they would also be receiving an award.
The Paul Harris Fellowship is given in... Read More
Seventy-six beaming seniors graduated from Landmark School on Saturday, June 3, equipped with sage advice from Headmaster Bob Broudo. He urged the students to take the time to ask five questions when embarking on new experiences:
Couldn't we at least...?
How can I help?
What truly matters"
Students Deliver Inspiring Speeches
The eloquent student speeches and the long list of accomplishments of the award winners made clear that members of the Class of 2017 are indeed... Read More