Landmark School Summer Programs

 

Overview

Landmark's summer program, which combines academic skill development with recreational activities, serves students of average to above-average intelligence who have been diagnosed with a language-based learning disability. Instructors customize each pupil's program to improve reading, writing, spelling and study skills. Elementary and middle school boys and girls attend a five-week academic program that features two classes and a daily one-on-one tutorial; for an additional fee, students may take part in exploration or practical arts afternoon offerings. The four-week high school session includes four hourlong academic classes and a study hall. Residential life for those in grades 8-12 consists of after-school activities, weeknight events and weekend trips. For an extra charge, day pupils may join boarders in such after-school pursuits as marine science, visual arts, short-film production, and health and fitness training.

General Info

Name Landmark School Summer Programs
Location Prides Crossing, MA
Year-round Contacts 978-236-3000
Program Focuses & Features Dyslexia, English, Kayaking, Learning Disabilities, Math, Photography, Ropes Course
Grade Range (rising grades) 1-12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 13-20; Day — Coed 7-20
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Carolyn J. Orsini Nelson, Director
Residential Fee $7940, 4-5 weeks.
Day Fee $4755-6625, 4-5 weeks.
Year Established 1971
Dates & Sessions July-Aug; 2 sessions, 4-5 weeks long

Contact

Carolyn J. Orsini Nelson, Director
978-236-3000