One of the hallmarks of the Landmark community is the generosity of its people. It is a constant source of amazement to those who work here and those associated with our school just how willing our staff, students, and parents are to give to those in need. For more than 10 years, Landmark has been involved with Beverly Bootstraps (a home grown charitable organization) in its effort to assist families in need by purchasing gifts for children whose parents are in the midst of hard times. This... Read More
Eleven eighth grade students from Landmark Elementary•Middle School traveled into Boston on November 27 to help prepare and serve about 150 lunches at Rosie's Place. Students were involved in several stages of the process, from food preparation to serving the meals.
Prior to the meal, students set tables and helped with food preparation (cutting tomatoes, cucumbers, and bread and making salad). Students then served the meal. Each student was given a job where the focus was on distributing the... Read More
EMS Students Help Victims of Syrian Civil War
As the holiday season approaches, the Landmark community, known for its generosity and altruism, is participating in food and supply drives to help those in need both near and far.
The Elementary•Middle School is collecting new and gently used clothing, as well as school supplies and household items for NuDay Syria, a non-profit organization focused on bringing humanitarian aid to mothers and children inside Syria and in bordering areas of Turkey... Read More
On Wednesday, Nov. 15 athletes, proud family members, and friends gathered for the Fall Athletic Awards. Amid cheese and crackers followed by make-your-own ice-cream sundaes, everyone enjoyed this culminating experience after a season of hard work, determination, and resilience. The evening celebrated team accomplishments, growth in the program, as well as individual athletes.
Special congratulations to the Girls Varsity Soccer team for winning the Independent Girls Conference Championship --... Read More
Last week high school students fanned out, rolled up their sleeves, and participated in an annual fall ritual in New England. 110 students, in groups organized by their residential houses, raked and provided yard work for elderly residents in the Beverly area.
Many of the local households have enjoyed the contributions of Landmark students year after year and the relationships that have been forged over time are very special. Thank you to all of the students who donated their time, the... Read More
In early November, to mark the end of the long cross country season, the Landmark Boys Varsity, JV, and Girls teams traveled to Berwick Academy for the annual New England Preparatory School Track Association (NEPSTA) Division Four Championship. They were there to compete against 30 other schools in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC).
On a cold and blustery morning our top seven boys varsity runners towed the starting line along with the other 183 athletes. The gun... Read More
Thank you to all that came out to celebrate our
13th Annual Casino Night & Reunion Weekend!
We kicked off the the weekend with a festive 10(ish) Year Alumni Reunion event at Sea Level Oyster Bar in Salem where we toasted the Class of 2007. The celebration continued on Saturday with our 13th Annual Casino Night. Over 100 guests gathered to play games, win prizes, and enjoy each other's company, all while raising over $23,000 for The Landmark Fund! Special thanks to the Alumni Council and... Read More
Three dozen donors rolled up their sleeves to give blood at the American Red Cross Fall Blood Drive on Thursday, November 9. The Red Cross collected 37 units of blood, up from 30 units at the spring drive. The blood has the potential to save or sustain the lives of more than 110 patients.
"Collecting that amount is a reflection of the great job that you and the student body and all who volunteered did at promoting yesterday's drive," said Dan Craig, an American Red Cross account manager.... Read More
On November 5, from the wee hours of the morning to mid-afternoon, 87 Landmark students volunteered to help at the 30th Annual Special Olympics State Soccer Championship held at the Governor's Academy in Byfield. The students were assigned a particular team, and they spent the day with that team, cheering them on during games, getting lunches for them, and hanging out with them between games. The acted as buddies to the team members and helpers for the coaches.
To a student, they were engaged... Read More
By the Numbers
Hundreds of parents and guardians descended on the High School and Elementary•Middle School campuses for fall Parents' Days. Take a look at these facts and stats about the event-packed days.
October 19 and 20
Number of families who attended: 277
Number of conferences: 2,216Sporting events: Boys varsity soccer, girls varsity soccer, varsity golf, girls varsity volleyballArt events: Gallery exhibit and Performing Arts ShowcaseReception at Headmaster Bob Broudo's... Read More