Student Advocates

The mission of the Landmark Student Advocates Program is to increase awareness of learning differences among students and teachers. We strive to serve and support the Landmark campus and the broader community.

Who we are:

Pedro, Sam, Merryl, Andrew, TJ, Alexia, Pat, Piper, Bella, Baylah

What we do:

PRESENT: We are a group of Landmark School seniors who deliver presentations about learning differences to students in elementary schools, as well as students studying education at colleges and graduate schools, in Boston and the surrounding area.

ENGAGE: The Landmark Student Advocated raise funds and provide community service to charities including “Coats for Kids” and “Beverly Bootstraps.”

PROVIDE: We also host on-campus activities, such as new-student and new-teacher orientations, student recognition programs, and ice cream sundaes for charity.

For more information, please contact The Landmark School Outreach Program:

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