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Summer Programs

COVID-19 Note: While we are closely monitoring and responding to the COVID-19 pandemic locally, nationally, and around the world, at this time we are planning for our Summer and Short-Term Programs to run as scheduled. We understand that many of you have concerns about the potential impact to these programs and the Landmark College community. Please read our Coronavirus Response page for the latest information.

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Landmark College offers summer programs to assist a wide range of students with learning differences, including middle school students, high school students, graduating high school seniors, and students enrolled at colleges around the country. There is also an online option for rising high school juniors and seniors.

All of the programs are designed to enable students to identify their learning strengths and differences. Students learn specific strategies to be successful in formal academic settings and grow personally and academically in an intentional and supportive academic community.

Whether located on our Putney, Vermont campus or at one of our partnering colleges in California and Colorado, the instructors consist of current Landmark College faculty as well as teachers from the surrounding areas who are experienced in working with students who learn differently.

Read: “Discovery and Transformation for a High School Student”

The following article was written by Landmark College alumnus Aaron Kahn-Bork ’13 and appeared in the February 2019 issue of Attention magazine, published by CHADD. A PDF version of the full Summer Camp supplement is available here.

Attention Magazine article about Landmark College's Summer Programs

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