Landmark's curriculum starts with our students. Students are grouped by ability, rather than traditional grade levels, and move steadily through a carefully planned curriculum that allows them to build confidence and experience success.
Landmark offers three programs on our two Massachusetts campuses:
All three programs help students with dyslexia, and other language-based learning disabilities, develop the skills they need to become strong critical thinkers, problem solvers, independent learners, and advocates for their own needs in the world. Many of our elementary and middle school students transition to mainstream school environments, while others find that Landmark meets their needs through high school graduation. After high school, nearly every Landmark student goes on to college where they report that the skills they learned at Landmark translate directly into success.
80% of Landmark High School Students participate in intramural sports.