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Landmark News and Events

olivia valenti landmark high school athlete of the week
Posted on Monday, May 1, 2017
Via Valenti, tennis As the Girls Tennis team captain, Via Valenti has done an excellent job leading by example both on and off the court. On the court, Via consistently fights for every point and never gives up even during long games or matches. She is able to accurately read her opponent and vary her shots including executing hard to reach cross court ground strokes. Her drive and passion for the sport are contagious and Girls Tennis is lucky to have Via on the team!
Posted on Saturday, April 29, 2017
Landmark’s High School will celebrate International Day on Thursday, May 4th. The program will run all day and will include workshops and presentations by members of our International Group in collaboration with the Gay Straight Alliance. The purpose of the day and mission of the International Group is to foster a sense of identity, acceptance, and belonging for the international community, as well as to explore, raise awareness, and honor Landmark's rich cultural and ethnic diversity. The... Read More
zach wilcox landmark high school athlete of the week
Posted on Wednesday, April 26, 2017
First name Zach. Middle name Clydesdale. Last name Wilcox. Prefix Viking. Need we say more? Zach owned Concord Academy on April 20, striking out 12 while only allowing one earned run. Zach has been a presence for us all season. Prior to the Concord Academy game, Zach beat both Pingree and Beaver in beautifully pitched games. This athlete of the week award was very well deserved.
formal function hall with pink lighting
Posted on Friday, April 21, 2017
This year's Senior Prom will be held April 21, 2017, at Cruiseport Gloucester. Although Landmark proms are a senior event, many of the Landmark community members are invited as guests of a senior, so if your child is attending the prom, below you will find useful information. In addition, we ask for your help and generosity. Last year’s prom was a huge success largely due to the fact that many senior parents stepped up to donate funds to offset the costs of the music, decorations, and favors.... Read More
Landmark School Athlete of the week Katya Leikikh playing lacrosse
Posted on Friday, April 21, 2017
This is Katya Leikikh's first year playing lacrosse, yet she has the game sense of a veteran. She works hard learning the basics, even using time outside of practice to work to improve her skills. Katya consistently maintains a positive attitude while pushing herself to improve. Her smile and positive attitude are infectious. This week, despite being nervous, she helped her team start the season off with two wins. Katya even scored her first goal of the season!
day of silence poster
Posted on Friday, April 21, 2017
The Landmark High School will observe the Day of Silence on Friday, April 28, 2017. The Day of Silence is a very special day of commemoration for many students and adults in the Landmark community. We are one of thousands of schools all over the country who participate. It is designed to help us remember the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning) people who have been silenced by those who do not or have not accepted them. Showing our support is especially important now, as... Read More
logo for inspiration gallery at landmark school
Posted on Tuesday, April 11, 2017
The Landmark Art Department has yearned for a space to display the innovative work of students, staff, and alumni. With a generous gift, that dream has become a a reality. The Inspiration Gallery will celebrate its grand opening on April 13, 2017. The newly renovated space, located on the first floor of the High School Administration Building, next to the Dudley Classroom Building, will showcase innovative work by the Landmark community, which is filled with innovators, makers, and artists who... Read More
stephen davis landmark high school athlete of the week
Posted on Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Steve Davis: Athlete of the Week Steve Davis demonstrated in the varsity lacrosse season opener that he has patience, the dedication necessary to be a team leader, and the ability to make saves against any offensive unit that comes his way. Without his stalwart performance in net against Beaver Country Day this week, the game would not have been as close or as competitive as it was. He routinely made superhuman-like saves, clears, and plays that kept Landmark in the game. Steve has spent the... Read More
american red cross bloodmobile outside a campus
Posted on Friday, March 31, 2017
More than three dozen brave donors showed up to give blood at the American Red Cross Spring Blood Drive on Thursday, March 30. There was a mix of seasoned donors and first-timers. The Red Cross collected 30 units of blood, which has the potential to save nearly 100 lives. Fourteen volunteers helped make the event run smoothly. The Student Council organized the event.  "For a relatively small school, Landmark has been a leader in the North Shore when it comes to school blood drives. The need... Read More
students sitting outside at Alexander Landmark School
Posted on Thursday, March 23, 2017
Spring Parents’ Days will take place on Thursday, April 13, and Friday, April 14. These days are an opportunity for parents to meet with teachers and other faculty at Landmark High School.  While the main focus of these days is parent-teacher conferences, we are also hosting community events, presentations, and an art gallery opening. We encourage parents to participate in any—or all of these. Our Headmaster, Bob Broudo, will address parents on both Thursday and Friday. The Guidance Office... Read More


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