BREAKING NEWS: Two of our students have been awarded Gold Medals at the 90th Annual Scholastic Art Awards in New York. Congratulations to senior Phoebe Britton for her gold medal in drawing and junior Corey Kramer for his gold medal in print making!
Landmark School students recently won 53 Massachusetts Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, more than any private school in the state. Over 9,500 art pieces were submitted by students, grades 7 – 12, from public and private schools throughout Massachusetts in this year’s competition.
Landmark School, a boarding and day school for students (grades 2 – 12) with language-based learning disabilities, such as dyslexia, received 17 Gold Key pieces that will advance and be judged at the national Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition with winners announced in May. Landmark students also won 18 Silver Keys and 18 Honorable Mention awards. Founded in 1923, the 90-year national art and writing competition is the longest running, most prestigious recognition program for teen artists and writers in the United States.