Located in the historic North Shore of Mass, the Landmark School is a multi-campus co-educational private school that educates students from grade 2 to 12. Landmark’s focus is the education of children with language based learning disabilities, such as dyslexia.

The school was founded in Prides Crossing, Massachusetts in 1971 by Charles “Chad” Drake with only 40 students and a handful of teachers. Chad had an educational goal of taking students with language based learning disabilities (LBLD) and showing the world that these children were not only capable of learning but that they could also excel at it.

Landmark School is recognized the world over as a leader in the education of LBLD, and is accredited by not only the Massachusetts Department of Education, but also the New England Association of Schools & Colleges. They currently boast an impressive 1:3 faculty/student ratio, with just under 475 enrolled students and over 300 faculty and staff.