Seventy-six beaming seniors graduated from Landmark School on Saturday, June 3, equipped with sage advice from Headmaster Bob Broudo. He urged the students to take the time to ask five questions when embarking on new experiences:
Couldn't we at least...?
How can I help?
What truly matters"
Students Deliver Inspiring Speeches
The eloquent student speeches and the long list of accomplishments of the award winners made clear that members of the Class of 2017 are indeed... Read More
“All art is to give you more to think about. To give you more to be a human being with.”
The excitement was palpable as Gary Schmidt, two-time Newbery Honor-winning author and National Book Award finalist, arrived to talk with Landmark Middle School students. Schmidt has written dozens of books, including Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy and The Wednesday Wars, and many other young adult novels and nonfiction books.
Schmidt spoke, or perhaps a better word for it is... Read More
Details About the High School Calendar
The 2017-18 Landmark High School Calendar is posted on our website so that you may begin to plan for next year. The calendar contains necessary information, including start dates, vacations/holidays as well as Saturday School and Early Release Days.
New Orientation Schedule
Parents/Guardians of returning students: Please note that the arrival dates for resident and day students are different this year as we have made some programmatic changes to our... Read More
It’s not just about learning HOW to read, it’s learning to LOVE to read.
At Landmark School, we believe our one-to-one tutorials are about more than teaching literacy skills: they are also about encouraging students to LOVE reading. Once students start to feel more comfortable reading, a whole new world opens—not just a world of academics, but also a world of pleasure.
Every year the Landmark Elementary•Middle School holds "Book Look." To the casual observer, and the students who visit,... Read More
At first singles for the boys tennis team and as team co-captain, Jack took on the best singles players in the Eastern Independent League and came away undefeated for the season. Since starting with the team in eighth grade, Jack has improved steadily and dramatically to become one of the strongest players in the league. His ability to mix his serving, net game, and baseline game is outstanding. Congrats to Jack for an amazing tennis season.
Mahmood is everything a coach could... Read More
Seniors are about embark on the last month of their experience at Landmark! This is an extremely exciting—and hectic—time, for students and parents alike. Mark your calendars and make travel plans for these upcoming senior events.
Application packets for the "LPA Award for Outstanding Accomplishment” have been made available to all seniors. Every senior is invited to apply. Completed applications must be returned to the Guidance Office by Friday, May 9.
Prep Senior Presentations will take... Read More
Phil Jeffries, Sailing
Phil Jeffries has been a key component in the success of the Sailing team this year. Phil's consistency on the race course and his selfless sacrifices not only make him a great match racer, but also a great team racer.
He often gives up a first place finish to block the opposing team's boats in order to give his teammates in other boats a first place finish to create winning combinations for the team.
2017 Honor Scholars Recognition Dinner
Cara O'Neill, Ady Tibrewal, Olivia Valenti, Alec Hurst, and Madison Coddington were recognized for their outstanding academic achievement on May 9 at the 49th Annual Honor Scholars Recognition Dinner.
The annual event, sponsored by North Shore Chamber of Commerce, honors the top 5% of graduating seniors from 32 North Shore public and private secondary schools. More than 300 students were cited at the reception held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in... Read More
The students in Mr. Harrison's Senior Study Skills class proudly published the debut issue of Inside the Lighthouse on May 1. The 10-page newspaper covers a broad range of topics, from socialist vs capitalist economies to the courtship of Mr. and Mrs. Meade, from Mr. Genetelli's controversial move on sugary drinks to how to build dynamite.
Mr. Harrison suggested the project to the class, and the students eagerly embraced the idea. "Landmark had a paper years ago, and I thought it would be... Read More
Time for spring cleaning? Properly dispose of all your unwanted electronics at our Electronics Recycling Collection on Saturday, May 13, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m., Landmark's High School campus, 429 Hale Street. Acceptable electronics include:
$5.00 will be charged for anything electronic like but not limited to…
air conditioners, fans
cell phones, land line phones
computer batteries, keyboards, chargers... Read More