Landmark College

High school and college students who learn differently can gain skills and strategies for academic success by spending summer in Vermont at Landmark College!

Join us Wednesday, April 13, for a live webcast from 7 to 8 p.m. EST to learn more about the variety of summer programs offered by Landmark College:

  • High School Summer Program for Rising Juniors and Seniors
  • Transition to College Workshop for Recent High School Graduates (with separate cohorts in Putney, Vermont, and Norwalk, Connecticut)
  • Summer Session for Visiting College Students
  • Intensive Workshop for Summer Success for Current College Students (in Berkeley, California)

Susan Grabowski, director of short-term programs at Landmark College, will present an overview of summer options for high school and college students, and she will discuss the transition from high school to college for students who learn differently. After her presentation, Susan will answer questions via live chat.

Landmark College, a global leader of integrated teaching methods for students with learning disabilities (including dyslexia), ADHD, ASD, and gifted LD, offers associate and bachelor’s degrees; summer programs for high school, college, and middle school students; short-term options such for college students, such as bridge semesters; and dual enrollment partnerships with high schools.

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