Landmark students, in grades 2-12, are curious, intelligent, well-adjusted, happy, and eager to learn. The majority have been diagnosed with a language-based learning disability, such as dyslexia, SLD in reading, or a disorder of written expression. Read more about our student profile here.
When families inquire about Landmark School and visit our campuses, we ask them to imagine themselves with students who are curious, eager to learn and succeed in school…a campus where students have diverse interests, who care about each other, and come from all over the U.S. and many countries to learn innovative ways to understand and overcome their learning differences.
Our Admission team carefully evaluates each applicant to make sure they are an appropriate fit and that we can support them academically and socially. Our teachers are trained in language-based reading remediation, specifically in phonemic awareness, decoding, and reading fluency.
Landmark Changes Lives
I never could have predicted that my daughter would now sneak away to read when she wants to relax. She is even going to read a book with her best friend and have a virtual book club over the summer. I realize that the days ahead may not all be "rainbows and unicorns,” but I needed to let you know because each one of you has helped to make this happen. And that means everything. —Jamie, Elementary parent